The North’s faltering power-sharing Executive has lurched towards another crisis after the Assembly voted down a bid to implement welfare reforms in the region.
International Airlines Group (IAG) looks set to take over Aer Lingus after the Government gave the green light to a €1.4bn bid.
The Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has confirmed the Government has agreed to a proposal from IAG to purchase the State’s 25% stake in Aer Lingus.
If you live in an area where there is excessive noise from traffic, aircraft or trains you could be more at risk of becoming obese.
A study of fruit flies suggests that inherited ‘gay genes’ could be linked to fitness traits that help survival.
The new species have only just been discovered, but the WWF have warned that they are under threat.
Of the 26% of patients who responded to the new cancer treatment, known as T-Vec, one in 10 saw their tumours vanish without trace.
Former British prime minister Gordon Brown said Syrian refugees have overwhelmed Lebanese public schools, and asked the world for more support.
Yes voters are being mind-controlled by Satan.
The Cú Chulainn Coaster at Tayto Park is set to be the largest inverted wooden rollercoaster in Europe (and probably the only one in a crisps theme park) when it opens this summer.
Oh, Choyon. You so funny.
It’s just as brilliant as the name sounds and there’s going to be some more pictures soon.
It was deja vu all over again for BGT viewers as Matisse followed in the pawsteps of Pudsey to make it into the final.
We witnessed nine fantastic acts tonight but who managed to edge that step closer to the Royal Variety Performance?
There was an extremely bendy teen, the world’s favourite Bordie Collie and a bunch of super-cool dads with sock suspenders.
Human legs, we mean. Not table legs. All tables have table legs.
Ireland today: After a generally cloudy start, perhaps with localised spots of drizzle, sunny ...more weather
Sixth seed Eugenie Bouchard crashed out of the French Open in the first round on Tuesday but Serena Williams and Petra Kvitova are both through.
Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic moved one step closer to a mouth-watering French Open quarter-final on Tuesday after both players won their first round matches in straight sets.
Jimmy Barry-Murphy has bolstered the Cork defence with the readdition of Brian Murphy to the panel.
Preston North End player Jermaine Beckford will sign his spare match shirt for a young fan after the boy appeared to have the first shirt snatched from his grasp.