Charities have today called for a restoration of funding for community services and supports.
Finance Minister Michael Noonan has surprised his Cabinet colleagues by outlining his details of his intentions for Budget day in relation to tax policies writes Irish Examiner Political Editor Daniel McConnell.
A lucky young Dublin couple have won €500,000 in the Euromillions Plus draw on Friday September 23.
Six left-wing TDs are facing potential Leinster House disciplinary action after breaking strict political emblem rules by wearing pro-choice "Repeal" t-shirts in the Dáil writes Irish Examiner Political Correspondent Fiachra O Cionnaith.
Gardaí are seeking the public's help in finding two missing teenagers in Cork.
The prosecutor in the trial of a teenager accused of falsely imprisoning Joan Burton and her adviser believes there is a sufficient case for him to answer.
Education funding has proved a point of contention for Fianna Fáil and the Government.
Three men have appeared in court in the UK over allegations they passed horsemeat off as beef.
Abrahim Hassan was conceived using nuclear DNA from his mother and father and mitochondrial DNA from a “second” mother.
Syrian government forces have captured a central rebel-held area in Aleppo after a week of air strikes, as a military official vowed that the offensive would continue until the insurgents are "wiped out."
The eggshell fragments were collected from Tanzania and South Africa and examined by researchers.
Space agency Nasa had sparked a frenzy of speculation about aliens after promising news of “surprising activity” on Europa.
Peace has been a long time coming, and it isn’t secure yet.
Alton Towers operator Merlin Attractions has been fined £5 million after admitting health and safety breaches over the Smiler rollercoaster crash.
Some people found it all a bit heartbreaking.
Travis DeRose moonwalked across Europe, and filmed it.
“I’m never drinking ever again”… sure.
The Irish Naval Service has today released a loggerhead turtle back into the wild.
The advert’s inspirational message hit viewers hard.
These cows are fine swimmers.
A café in Ballybunion had the most adorable reason to close for the day.
Find out which dances the stars are set to perform this coming Saturday.
After first appearing on Broadway in 2003, the London version of Wicked has been a huge success.
It’s been a fantastic year to be a comedian, if these annual earnings are anything to go by.
“It’s to make sure that you, the viewing audience, can understand who’s who,” he explained.
“We are going to see a complete change in our country,” he warned. But did he mean Brexit or Bake Off?
The Manchester-set soap has the most nominations this year.
Let’s just say the video is nearly as strange as Tom Hanks crashing a couple's wedding photos mid-run.
War on Everyone is coming to Dublin, with the cast and director descending show off the raucous new comedy from the director of The Guard.
The coating could have some great uses – such as keeping your documents safe.
MineVention, the unofficial convention for Minecraft lovers is back soon.
Ikea’s TRADFRI LED bulbs can be turned on or off by a wireless remote control. And they can be used in any lamp…
Ireland today: Once any early patches of drizzle or light rain clear from eastern areas ...more weather
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie signed an ‘ironclad’ prenup before tying the knot, it has been revealed.
Skerries has been named as Ireland's tidiest town for 2016.
Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts have confirmed they have ended their relationship.
Kate McWilliams, 26, began flying aged 13. Just 5% of commercial pilots are female and easyJet wants to double the proportion of female new entrants.
Crimecall returns to our screens tonight, and now we’ve finally been given a glimpse at the show’s new presenter.
The, ahem, cheeky prank was already an offence in the state of Victoria, but it’s now punishable under a specific law.
The average price of a three bed semi has risen to €200,000 for the first time since the property crash.
Need a tissue Donald?
The former Bolton boss has served the shortest ever tenure for a permanent Three Lions manager.
This sounds painful!
Steve Bruce was interviewed in the summer about the job – could he get it now?
We’ve got a video with graphics and everything!
Big Sam was at the helm for just 67 days.
He stepped down after making comments about third-party ownership to a newspaper.
"I feel very fortunate and privileged that he's there to join us," said Darren Clarke.