100 jobs are on the way to Cork.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan is leading 34 Irish companies on a trade mission that heads to South Africa today.
Many patients at Irish hospitals are afraid to lodge complaints in case it affects their standard of care, according to a new report.
The Dáil will begin a two-day debate today on the €1.4 billion takeover of Aer Lingus.
At least 12 people have been taken into custody by police after a fire killed 38 people at a privately run home for the elderly in central China.
Gunmen have tried to assassinate Libya’s internationally recognised prime minister on his way to the airport in the eastern city of Tobruk, a spokesman for his government said.
Of the 26% of patients who responded to the new cancer treatment, known as T-Vec, one in 10 saw their tumours vanish without trace.
Former British prime minister Gordon Brown said Syrian refugees have overwhelmed Lebanese public schools, and asked the world for more support.
Yes voters are being mind-controlled by Satan.
The Cú Chulainn Coaster at Tayto Park is set to be the largest inverted wooden rollercoaster in Europe (and probably the only one in a crisps theme park) when it opens this summer.
Oh, Choyon. You so funny.
It’s just as brilliant as the name sounds and there’s going to be some more pictures soon.
The Rock doesn’t do things in small measures, as he’s proving with his latest movie premiere arrival.
The Avengers turn into squabbling rednecks in the latest video from the crowd at Bad Lip Reading. It is just as hilarious as you'd imagine.
Harrison Ford is "happy" to be getting his life back on track.
It was deja vu all over again for BGT viewers as Matisse followed in the pawsteps of Pudsey to make it into the final.
Ireland today: A few sunny spells in the east at first, but cloud will build with rain spreading ...more weather
British authorities have banned around 1,300 English soccer fans from travelling to Dublin in just under a fortnight's time.
FIFA was plunged into crisis on Wednesday morning after Swiss authorities made early-morning arrests of six football officials.
Head of the FAI John Delaney has called for Sepp Blatter to step down and insists Ireland won’t vote for FIFA President in Friday’s election.
Sixth seed Eugenie Bouchard crashed out of the French Open in the first round on Tuesday but Serena Williams and Petra Kvitova are both through.