A 28-year-old man has been found guilty of murdering a homeless man who died inside a rubbish chute at an apartment complex in Cork.
The Cabinet is discussing whether or not television coverage of Six Nations rugby should be protected as "free to air".
90% percent of English teachers say they need extra training for the new Junior Cycle course.
Nearly three out of 10 weddings last year were civil marriages.
This king of the pack had a six-hour dental procedure.
French aviation investigators have said they will examine "systemic weaknesses" such as cockpit entry rules and psychological screening procedures that could have led to the Germanwings crash.
Indonesian prosecutors are seeking jail sentences of 18 years for an American man and 15 years for his girlfriend if they are found guilty of murdering the woman's mother while on holiday in Bali last year.
Lufthansa says its insurers are setting aside $300m (€276.45m) to deal with possible costs resulting from the French Alps crash in which 150 people died.
Practice makes perfect!
And the dastardly cat that gets in his way.
“I’m going to be putting this lad in the ground, just like I’m going to be putting those water meters in the ground outside your gaffs!”
The music star reckons going to the loo is a good move for striking songwriting gold.
Kit Harington finds it "offensive" when he's referred to as a hunk.
The British star didn’t want her son to see the racy goings on in her new TV show.
The actresses wowed in striking dresses at the New York premiere of wartime drama Woman In Gold.
Ireland today: A very windy day with a mixture of sunny spells and blustery showers across ...more weather
The GAA has confirmed today that Joe Kernan is the new Irish international Rules manager.
Newcastle have emerged as one of the most profitable clubs in the Barclays Premier League after announcing record profits of £18.7million last season.
Top seed Serena Williams advanced to the quarter-finals of the Miami Open on Monday as Venus Williams upset Caroline Wozniacki.
Tiger Woods’ Masters plans may still be unknown – but this week’s world rankings see his decline once again laid bare