The PSNI says recruitment events are taking place today in Belfast and Omagh, after security alerts ended.
Former Justice Minister Alan Shatter has said the Criminal Assets Bureau has a greater role to play in dealing with criminal gangs involved in rural crime.
Concern is being raised about the level of human trafficking involved in the recent surge of refugees moving towards Europe.
We are being asked to treat people with mental health issues with dignity and respect.
Authorities in Iowa have brought new charges against a former lottery security officer who rigged a game so he could win a $14m (€12m) jackpot.
Update 11am Two bomb explosions apparently targeting a peace rally in Turkey’s capital Ankara have killed at least 30 people, a news agency and witnesses have said.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un declared that his country was ready to stand up to any threat posed by the United States as he spoke at a lavish military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the North’s ruling party.
A judge in Massachusetts has refused to throw out a defamation suit against Bill Cosby.
Take heed and swipe right with caution – one of these nightmarish Tinder dates could be right around the corner.
Are you as fashionable as Anna Wintour… or Jeremy Corbyn?
Turns out they were both altar boys back in the day - Fallon in Saugerties, New York and Fassbender in Killarney, Co Kerry.
One parent said aye aye, they did…
Forget the Queen and move over Mary Berry, you are not the most popular people in the UK.
The pop star and TV personality says reports that he spends ages in the make-up room are not true.
Loose Women panellist Jamelia has revealed how much she underestimated the technical aspects of Strictly Come Dancing.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Anita Rani is surprised at the way she has become such a fan of the fake tan spray experience.
Ireland today: Cloudy and misty through most of today across Ireland with some patchy light ...more weather
Final practice for the Russian Grand Prix was abandoned after Spanish driver Carlos Sainz was involved in a high-speed impact with the barriers.
New Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has already earned himself an army of disciples among Reds fans, but what he really wants are believers.
Johnny Sexton can withstand France’s merciless all-out assault and will not be bullied into mistakes in tomorrow's vital World Cup battle, according to Joe Schmidt.