The army has removed an historic artillery shell which was discovered in a residential area in County Kildare.
There was no winner of tonight's Lotto Jackpot, worth €6,422,412
Irish Rail has said that the blockage to driver training must be addressed by trade unions.
The prosecution has finished giving evidence in the case of three men accused of murdering a 64-year-old at his home.
Supreme Court judge Mary Laffoy will head up the new Citizens' Assembly which will examine the Eighth Amendment and other issues, writes Elaine Loughlin.
A senior company executive who beat and began strangling a cyclist for riding his bike on a Dublin city-centre footpath, has been spared a criminal record and a possible sentence.
A retired guesthouse owner has been jailed for 18 months for the sexual molestation of his 11-year-old niece when she visited from America.
Two men have been jailed for a "despicable and mean spirited" burglary on the home of an elderly couple who had poignantly died within weeks of each other prior to the break-in at their home, writes David Raleigh.
Nearly 1,700 officers have been formally discharged from Turkey's military following the country's failed coup, according to the state-run news agency.
German authorities have arrested a 15-year-old boy who they suspect of having planned a rampage and who they also believe was in contact with a teenager who killed nine people in Munich last week.
A 27-year-old Syrian asylum seeker who blew himself up in the southern German town of Ansbach was chatting online with a still-unidentified person immediately before the explosion, Bavaria's interior minister has said.
Distribution of the assets of a scheme to compensate Jimmy Savile's victims has received final approval from a High Court judge.
Pope Francis has urged Poland's leaders to overcome fear and show compassion to migrants at the start of his five-day visit to the country.
The remaining charges against three Baltimore police officers awaiting trial over the death of black man Freddie Gray have been dropped.
Watch this adorable baby rhino run around his orphanage, and even answer when called by his name.
Check. This. Out!
What a cracker!
These two won't be forgotten any time soon!
Anyone have any ideas?
This video proves that no matter where you are in Ireland, there is something great to do
"Ice ice baby, he’s my nice nice baby. He bought me ice ice baby, now I’m his wifey baby"
On your marks…
A “much happier” Kristen said she has decided to be open about her relationship so it doesn’t look like she is ashamed.
As the show enters its 18th series, here’s a trip down memory lane (although you might rather forget some of it).
Gossip Girl fans are getting excited about the prospect of a reboot.
We've rounded up our top stories from the world of showbiz to take your mind off Hughie being robbed of the Big Brother title last night.
M Night Shyamalan got some real cred back thanks to The Visit and now he has a new classic in the making with James McAvoy.
Some thought Bez looked better after his “lifestyle change”, but other viewers expressed concern for the former Celebrity Big Brother winner.
Items of Beatrix Potter memorabilia will be auctioned in London.
OK, we’ve all heard of doing a house swap, but now you can browse 95,000 stylish homes direct from your phone. Living the dream…
The Bluetooth device will help you catch Pokemon, even when your phone is in your pocket.
Uses a combination of Wi-Fi, GPS and cell towers to pinpoint your position for emergency services.
Ireland today: Largely dry during the morning but plenty of cloud and local mist and just ...more weather
A man has been found dead at Navan Retail Park in Co Meath this morning.
Ten people were killed when a suicide bomber detonated an explosives-laden car outside the United Nations Mine Action Service offices in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, a police official said.
When militants loyal to Islamic State seek to inflict pain on Europe, France is their preferred target, a grim reality borne out yet again with today's killing of a Catholic priest.
Update - 10am, July 27, 2016: Kevin Barry has been found safe and well.
Two men have died in separate road accidents in Co Meath and Co Kildare last night.
A doctor found guilty of professional misconduct has said his treatment during a public inquiry “will be fully paid for at an extremely bloody price for the people involved worldwide,” the High Court heard.
A pilot scheme designed to keep people out of the hands of money lenders is set to go nationwide.
It further limits Russia's ability to send competitors to the Rio Games.
"I always wanted someone there who has been a captain before."
The Kingdom were outstanding from start to finish in claiming a fourth title in this grade.
The Irish youngster played at centre-back in the draw.
Gordon Elliott and Willie Mullins dominated the finish, training the first six home.
Brendan Rodgers gambled by giving a European debut to 20-year-old Corkonian.
What is it with Leicester and snacks?