Mobile phone traffic evidence has resumed in Graham Dwyer's trial for the murder of childcare worker Elaine O'Hara.
The PSNI has reportedly won the right to listen to Boston College's taped interviews with loyalist Winston "Winkie" Rea.
Air BnB has announced 200 new jobs in Dublin.
The Education Minister Jan O'Sullivan says it will ultimately be her decision to give Junior Cert reform the go-ahead.
Ukrainian and Russian-backed separatist forces have drawn back some heavy weapons from the front line in the east in compliance with a ceasefire deal, although officials in Kiev accused rebels of falling short of requirements.
A sneak peak of how the white fuzzy bears are preparing for their biggest day ever…
A Nazi-themed troupe of dancers and a 16-tonne Second World War tank gatecrashed the start of Ukip’s spring party conference in England.
Boris Johnson has accused an advocacy group in the UK of being apologists for terrorism after it said the Londoner believed to be Islamic State executioner Jihadi John had previously been harassed by the British security services.
One little girl is speaking to all our inner bookworms today.
They're really going to miss you.
Take a deep breath, you’re about to find out what colour #TheDress ACTUALLY is.
A murder of crows, a nest of vipers and a school of fish. These are all common enough collectives which we have been taught throughout our lives.
Kevin Spacey wants to make a 'House of Cards' blooper reel.
MasterChef Australia’s Matt Preston has fulfilled his dream of starring in the soap.
Jane Lynch doesn't "want to face" the end of 'Glee'.
The soap’s producer and actress Natalie Anderson, whose character has been attacked, talk about why they wanted to cover the latest difficult storyline.
Ireland today: Cloudy amounts will increase during the day with the chance of some patchy ...more weather
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has insisted the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will finish no later than December 18 – a move which could protect English football’s traditional Boxing Day games.
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt has disagreed with the notion that his side is playing one-dimensional rugby in this Six Nations campaign, which continues on Sunday when England provide the opposition at the Aviva Stadium.
It was ironic that both Paul Ryan and David ‘Dotsy’ O’Callaghan were deemed surplus to requirements by Ger Cunningham when he named his starting line-up to meet Kilkenny in Nowlan Park last Sunday afternoon.
Joe Schmidt has named Jordi Murphy in Ireland's Six Nations side to face England at the Aviva on Sunday.