A group of 30 children from the Chernobyl region of Belarus will be arriving at Dublin Airport this morning for a two-week Christmas holiday.
It turns out that many of us spend more on our boyfriends or girlfriends at Christmas than our mammies.
Ten years on from one of the biggest bank robberies in British and Irish history the IRA gang responsible may still be struggling to spend some of the £26.5 million plundered in the Northern Bank heist, an expert in combating money laundering has said.
A Fine Gael backbencher says the current Government does have a mandate to put a referendum on abortion to the people.
India has announced two more successes in its quest to send humans into space, launching the country’s largest rocket and testing the re-entry of a crew module.
A Russian tycoon placed under house arrest in September in a move that rattled markets has been released hours before President Vladimir Putin’s annual televised press conference.
Public libraries in the UK are facing an “absolute disaster” and should try to emulate coffee shops, the author of an independent report into the service has said.
Did the planet really receive water from icy comets or could it have supplied it itself?
It's doesn't go as bad as you think.
Know someone coming home to Dublin for Christmas? This is for you.
Dylan wrote the book to help his friend, Jonah, who suffers from the incurable disease.
Hand’s up who thought Bosco was Ed Sheeran?
Robert Pattinson is keen to buy a new home in north London, but will only do so if the property has a dance-floor.
Bastille and Duran Duran will be performing a series of cosy gigs.
Is Blobby better than Bob? Which Band Aid version trumps all others? These questions and many more have now been answered. Definitively.
Madonna has attracted criticism after calling the leak of her upcoming album "artistic rape".
Ireland today: A rather cloudy day with persistent rain in all areas, heavy at times, especially ...more weather
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew will today consider whether to make a fresh approach to the Premier League over whether he can sign a goalkeeper on an emergency loan ahead of the Tyne-Wear derby.
Evidently the Liverpool star’s strength was not in his excellent hair.
The British boxer is “infinity per cent” sure the fight won’t happen.
FIFA has been accused of overseeing a “new failure” after Michael Garcia, the man in charge of investigating the World Cup, quit his post.