Education funding has proved a point of contention for Fianna Fáil and the Government.
The prosecution in the trial of Anglo Irish Bank’s former chairman Sean Fitzpatrick is due to open its case on October 10.
Private cars could be banned from Cork City’s main street by the end of next year after contentious traffic plans were approved last night writes Eoin English.
The decision to charge a teenager with false imprisonment of then Tanaiste Joan Burton during the Jobstown protest was not in accordance with Irish or European human rights laws, the boy's lawyers have argued writes Tom Tuite.
An Irish person has become the first in the world to take part in a new drug trial for patients with the blood cancer 'multiple myeloma'.
The vast majority of members in the Garda Representative Association have said they are willing to take industrial action over pay.
The eggshell fragments were collected from Tanzania and South Africa and examined by researchers.
Space agency Nasa had sparked a frenzy of speculation about aliens after promising news of “surprising activity” on Europa.
Peace has been a long time coming, and it isn’t secure yet.
Alton Towers operator Merlin Attractions has been fined £5 million after admitting health and safety breaches over the Smiler rollercoaster crash.
Some people found it all a bit heartbreaking.
At least 14 people were killed and nine others injured when a crowded bus slipped off a mountain in Nepal, a government official said.
A mosque and an international congress centre were attacked in two explosions in the city of Dresden, but nobody was injured, German police said.
Need a tissue Donald?
“I’m never drinking ever again”… sure.
The Irish Naval Service has today released a loggerhead turtle back into the wild.
These cows are fine swimmers.
We’ve moved on from chickens and now the burning question is: Why did the deer cross the road?
Friends, you can’t beat having them around.
School girl is told she has failed drug test even though she knew she was clean.
Miriam O’Callaghan has revealed how she deals with online trolls.
The soap star reckons a bit of heartache is good for her character.
Talk about going the extra mile to keep things historically accurate.
Katy Perry has told voters to vote nude – well, kind of.
Jean-Claude Van Damme will get his new show with the Amazon series Jean-Claude Van Johnson just picked up for a series.
Lady Gaga has sent Laura Whitmore the most thoughtful gift.
Paddy was known for hosting on BBC Radio Ulster, with presenter Noel Thompson announcing the news on Good Morning Ulster – as he paid tribute to the veteran broadcaster.
“The only way I would consider any kind of reunion, I think, would be with Glenn’s son, Deacon,” drummer Don Henley said.
MineVention, the unofficial convention for Minecraft lovers is back soon.
Ikea’s TRADFRI LED bulbs can be turned on or off by a wireless remote control. And they can be used in any lamp…
Ireland today: Once any early patches of drizzle or light rain clear from eastern areas ...more weather
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie signed an ‘ironclad’ prenup before tying the knot, it has been revealed.
Skerries has been named as Ireland's tidiest town for 2016.
Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts have confirmed they have ended their relationship.
Kate McWilliams, 26, began flying aged 13. Just 5% of commercial pilots are female and easyJet wants to double the proportion of female new entrants.
Crimecall returns to our screens tonight, and now we’ve finally been given a glimpse at the show’s new presenter.
The, ahem, cheeky prank was already an offence in the state of Victoria, but it’s now punishable under a specific law.
The average price of a three bed semi has risen to €200,000 for the first time since the property crash.
Need a tissue Donald?
"I said in the team room before the match to Stephen Ward that I'd love to get a goal and it felt great to do it."
The video appears to show the 61-year-old making numerous controversial remarks.
We doubt Big Sam will be retweeting this.
Every point or half-point you can deliver is a vindication of your presence, every defeat a damning indictment
James will stand when the Star-Spangled Banner is played before Cleveland Cavaliers games.
"It is clear that the TUE (therapeutic use exemption) system is open to abuse."
The Liverpool manager joined Anfield favourite Jamie Carragher.
There is no excuse for Rowe’s shot to not have counted as a score.