A man is due in court this morning, charged in relation to an attack on an elderly man in Limerick last Thursday.
A suspected gun has been seized by detectives investigating dissident republican activity.
Psychiatric nurses at St Ita’s Hospital in Portrane, Co Dublin, will today ballot for possible strike action.
Over 20,000 people are expected to attend the Dublin Horse Show over the next number of days at the RDS.
An estimated 200,000 cases of womb cancer have been prevented in the last decade by women taking the Pill, say scientists.
At least 19 people were killed when two trains derailed in central India after monsoon rains flooded a track.
German justice minister Heiko Maas has said he will request the dismissal and retirement of the country’s chief federal prosecutor Harald Range.
At least four police forces are investigating sex abuse allegations linked to Sir Edward Heath, it has been revealed.
The world-renowned rider hit the waves of Tahiti to bring us yet another breathtaking performance, proving anything is possible.
What have we done to deserve this?! After a promising May, June was patchy and July has not been the kindest month for sun worshippers.
Look at him go!
A Dublin teen’s heroic act has gone viral on social media after his story was shared on the Human’s of Dublin Facebook page.
The TV star’s controversial comments about Donald Trump have caused a social media uproar.
Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy have announced they're separating after several decades as a couple.
Lenny Kravitz's trousers split open on stage on Monday, exposing himself to the crowd.
50 Cent spends $3,000 a month on clothes.
Ireland today: It will be a cloudy and unsettled day with outbreaks of rain, some of which ...more weather
Ronny Deila has been pleased with Celtic’s preparations for their Champions League third qualifier against Qarabag.
The grand slam may not be on the line and the defending champion looks set to miss out, but if the last major held at Whistling Straits is anything to go by, the US PGA Championship should provide a thrilling end to 2015’s major season.
Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly keep the faith with the same 15 that hammered Sligo by 26 points.
"The published allegations were sensationalist and confusing: the results referred to were not positive tests."