The Tánaiste Joan Burton says the Coalition may cut bankruptcy to just one year as a means of forcing banks to do a deal with those struggling with debt.
Improving your CV should improve your chances of getting a job, say the organisers of this year's 'Skills for Work Week'.
Nurses and midwives will hold lunchtime protests across the country today against an increase in fees.
The Teachers Union of Ireland is making a fresh appeal for more talks on Junior Cert reform.
The British graduate unmasked as “Jihadi John” was bullied at school, his former headteacher has revealed.
The level of job satisfaction amongst sex workers in the UK is high, with the majority saying they find their job “rewarding”, a survey has revealed.
More than 6,000 people have died in eastern Ukraine since the start of the conflict almost a year ago, the UN human rights office says.
A large-scale military operation to recapture Saddam Hussein’s home town from the Islamic State extremist group has begun, Iraq’s state TV says.
There's nothing funnier than other people's physical pain.
Thankfully it all ends well but it's a tough watch.
Yes. Yes he was.
But did you enjoy it Nanny? Yeah we had a great laugh.
The sci-fi show’s star has teased that a reboot could well be on the cards.
The Blank Space singer doesn’t see herself in a long-term relationship in the next five years, as she doesn’t think any man would be comfortable with her level of fame.
Madonna has announced a new tour – just days after her fall at the end of the Brits sparked headlines around the world.
Beck has announced a gig at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin.
Ireland today: Cold and unsettled with wintry showers, these most frequent in western areas ...more weather
QPR have reported a loss of £9.8m for the year ending May 2014.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes the Barclays Premier League title race is still wide open despite Manchester City’s loss to Liverpool on Sunday.
Philip Hobbs identified Big Easy and Duke Of Lucca as two of his big chances at the Cheltenham Festival next week.
Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho has gone to the next level in terms of his performances and is still improving, according to team-mate Joe Allen.