The Head of the Health Service Executive says there will always be people on trolleys at Irish hospitals, but he says they won't be there for such long periods of time.
The High Court judge hearing Ian Bailey's damages action has warned the case will have to be aborted if they have fewer than 10 jurors to hear it.
A man has been arrested after cannabis herb with a street value of €60,000 was seized in Cork.
TD Clare Daly has accused the Government of deliberately appointing women to key positions within the courts and Gardaí to distract from cronyism.
The European Parliament has rejected a motion of censure against the EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and his team.
A huge manhunt is under way for a Lithuanian builder following the double murder of a man and woman in a village house in England.
An invisible shield blocks high energy electrons from disrupting astronauts and satellites.
Belief in vampires and the supernatural was rife in eastern Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Yuletide showpiece heralds the unofficial start to Christmas in Ireland.
Even the President isn't immune from eye-rolls.
You'll never look at Monty the Penguin the same way again. Ever.
Butr it seems he had some help.
EastEnders actress Linda Henry will go on trial accused of racially aggravated harassment.
Ed Sheeran and new three-piece Take That will perform on the festive Top Of The Pops specials.
Pink Floyd have helped boost the resurgence in vinyl with their latest album, The Endless River.
The brief teaser for Game Of Thrones’ season five has been unveiled and it focuses on Arya Stark.
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A goalkeeper in England played on after suffering a suspected broken neck in a collision with a team-mate.
Rory Best will start for Ulster against Munster in tomorrow's match at Thomond Park while Munster coach Anthony Foley has named a strong squad bolstered by a number of returning internationals.
Three current FIFA executive committee members are under investigation by ethics chief Michael Garcia following his probe into World Cup bidding, it can be revealed.
The Australian Rugby Union have denied a reported €8,000 damage was caused to the Wallabies dressing room in the Aviva by a frustrated staff member in the wake of their 26-23 defeat to Ireland last Saturday.