The Abortion Rights Campaign* has said the Government must take action in the abortion debate.
The Road Safety Authority has said it is concerned about the high level of road fatalities this year.
The Taoiseach has asked the head of the ECB to reconsider its stance on the banking inquiry.
The Minister for Primary and Social Care has said she expects more concerns to be raised about care homes and disability services following the Áras Attracta case.
New research has been discovered that could pave the way for an effective HIV vaccine.
Scientists found that those who suffered from “microbleeds” were more likely to have trouble balancing on one leg.
An “emotionally manipulative” father killed his 12-week-old daughter in “a momentary loss of self-control” after shaking her, a court has heard.
The estranged wife of a billionaire financier who got about £200m less than she wanted after one of the biggest divorce money fights seen in an English court says she has decided not to mount an appeal.
All your old Bebo photos are coming back from the digital grave.
Singer's Corner is - if you don't already know - a landmark part of Cork City, on the corner of Washington Street and Grand Parade.
This one is guaranteed to make you smile. And cry.
Dads are great, but among the most important duties they have in life is the opening of really hard jars. And that was put to the test this week in Masterchef.
Claudia Winkleman has said she’s ‘ridiculously excited’ to be hosting the first Comic Relief Danceathon.
EastEnders fans have been tasked with working out who killed Lucy Beale – with a behind-the-scenes visit to the soap on offer as a prize.
Games Of Thrones will get a plug in the festive edition of sci-fi show Doctor Who.
Jennifer Aniston has become an aunt for the third time.
Ireland today: There will be a mixture of cloud and sunny intervals in the west with showers. ...more weather
Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli has pledged to learn from his latest misdemeanour after apologising to team-mates and fans for incurring a one-match ban on Thursday.
Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli has been banned for one match, fined £25,000 and ordered to attend to an education course after making racist and anti-semitic comments on social media.
Plans for a proposed new venue for Ireland’s rugby World Cup bid in 2023 have been quashed.
Three men have admitted to a pitch invasion stunt which forced a Tottenham match to be temporarily halted last month.