The Competition Authority is urging schools to allow a number of different retailers to sell school uniforms.
An IRA prison escapee pardoned by Margaret Thatcher’s government has said she was a pragmatist whose ministers made small concessions as part of dealings with Ireland.
The head of the Jack and Jill Foundation has said he has been sent two anonymous letters which he says proves the site of the new National Children's Hospital is inappropriate.
A Dublin city councillor has been arrested as part of a protest against Greyhound, a waste disposal company, in Coolock this morning.
Rotherham council’s former top officer is to be questioned by his current boss over what he knew about the town’s sex abuse scandal.
The past week has seen the highest increase of Ebola cases since the outbreak in west Africa began, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said today.
“Time is running out” for a five-year-old boy with a brain tumour who was taken without consent from hospital by his parents as the battery on his feeding system runs out today, police have said.
European Union (EU) foreign ministers were today set to consider adopting a tougher stance on the Ukraine crisis amid increasing calls to beef up economic sanctions against Russia.
Redditor galwayreddit has noticed something familiar in the hands of Groundskeeper Willie in an old episode of The Simpsons.
A - B - C … Always. Buy. Camping!
No matter how old you are, nobody - except, perhaps some frazzled mums and dads – really looks forward to the end of the holidays.
America’s answer to Bruce Forsyth, Bob Barker has recreated that Happy Gilmore scene.
So you’re all packed for Electric Picnic then? Well, no, you’re not…
Drake and Chris Brown are being monitored by police.
And not just because she pranks Justin Timberlake.
The UK's communications watchdog Ofcom has confirmed it will not investigate The Great British Bake Off’s “bin-cident” row after viewers complained about the alleged sabotage of contestant Iain Watters’s Baked Alaska.
Communications watchdog Ofcom could launch an investigation into The Great British Bake Off’s “bin-cident” row after viewers complained about the alleged sabotage of contestant Iain Watters’ Baked Alaska.
Ireland today: It is going to be another unsettled day with heavy showers or bursts of rain ...more weather
Mercedes have taken “suitable disciplinary measures” against Nico Rosberg after the German admitted his responsibility for the controversial collision between himself and Lewis Hamilton in Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Both teams lining out tomorrow for the All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay have named unchanged sides.
Tottenham will be looking to replicate local rivals Arsenal’s recent success against Besiktas after being paired with the Turkish side in Group C of the Europa League.
West Ham midfielder Mark Noble is reportedly considering making himself available for the Republic of Ireland international side.