A woman has told a jury that her daughter was “hysterical and shaking life a leaf” when she came home after allegedly being raped in Dublin city.
Women's Aid is calling for a change in the law to tackle digital abuse of women.
Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has said that seven new Luas trams will be operational in some time after next year.
Enda Kenny has ruled out publishing legal advice given to the Coalition about setting up the inquiry into IBRC transactions, as the Opposition called for urgent legislation to be enacted.
The so-called 'Islamic State' group has claimed responsibility for a bus attack in Tunisia which killed at least 13 people.
A Russian airman who survived the downing of his military jet has said Turkish jets did not issue any warnings before the incident.
Vladimir Putin has ordered state-of-the-art air defence missile systems to be deployed at a Russian air base in Syria following the downing of a Russian warplane by Turkey.
At least two people have been killed and several injured by huge wildfires which have destroyed homes near the Australian city of Adelaide and continue to burn out of control, officials said
Putting all other men to shame.
The Czech fighter pilot jokes “I hope I will not have to pay for it from my salary” as he examines the damaged right wing.
The Late Late Toy Show has got a very special treat in store for one little boy this Christmas.
“I have a camera bro!”
The antiques expert and TV presenter has not returned to Bargain Hunt since the reported suspension in September.
The public has chosen chart-topping songs for The X Factor quarter-finalists to take on.
Julian Dorio, who was touring with the group, said he is “counting down the days” before they can perform in Paris again.
TV3 nearly lost half of their viewers for their annual Toy Show, it has been revealed.
Ireland today: Cloudy in northern and eastern areas initially, with light rain or drizzle. ...more weather
The Fenway hurling classic may be under review by the GAA for the “mass brawl” that broke out between the Dublin and Galway hurlers midway through the second quarter, but one thing seems certain: the Americans loved it.
The Liverpool manager talks music, his love of football, life in Liverpool, his biggest weakness and who he plans to sign in six years…
As the saying goes, ’Pele good, Maradona better, George Best’.
Just don’t tell him we said it.