Relatives of a Protestant workman in the North gunned down in an IRA attack almost 40 years ago have accused the authorities of attempting to bury the truth.
The Government is being urged to update the voter registration system if it wants to get more young people to the ballot boxes.
Garda whistleblower Maurice McCabe has been asked to help in a renewed bid to clamp down on penalty points abuses.
Gardaí who wipe out penalty points are being told to leave behind a "paper trail" to explain their decision.
The bodies of two British tourists have been found naked with gruesome head wounds on a beach at a popular island in southern Thailand, police say.
France’s president has said there is “no time to lose” in the global push to combat extremists from the Islamic State group, as reconnaissance planes from his country stand ready for action.
British boy Ashya King – at the centre of a legal dispute after his parents took him from a UK hospital without doctors’ consent – is receiving the first treatment for his brain tumour in the Czech capital.
English footballer David Beckham has added his voice to the campaign against Scottish independence.
This one goes out to all the long-suffering dads out there.
The excitement is building!
Winter is on its way, with days that are slow to brighten and dusk falling earlier, so it’s time to get out the box sets and the duvet and put the runners in storage until Spring, right?
It’s Saturday, everyone - and you know what that means. Time for our round-up of the best memes/pics/internet-y stuff of the week.
Kerry Katona has married George Kay.
Will he ever learn?
Mitch Winehouse is "bursting with pride" over the unveiling of a statue of his daughter Amy Winehouse.
One Direction have announced details of the first single from their new album 'FOUR'.
Ireland today: Once any local mist patches have lifted, it will be a largely dry but rather ...more weather
“Sam Maguire’s gone astray, We want him here to stay, that's what Kerry say.”
Alan Pardew is still clinging on to his job as Newcastle manager despite mounting speculation he will be sacked in the wake of Saturday’s 4-0 defeat at Southampton.
Rory McIlroy admitted he was looking forward to seeing the back of his golf clubs for a few days after failing to land the jackpot in Atlanta.
Louis van Gaal has told his Manchester United players there is still plenty of room for improvement despite their impressive 4-0 win over QPR.