Filmmakers shooting the latest Star Wars blockbuster have clashed with conservationists over their occupation of Skellig Michael.
A fifth man has been arrested after a burglary at a house in Dunlanvin in Co Wicklow yesterday.
The head of the Commission for Energy Regulation says he will take action if electricity suppliers don't pass on savings to consumers.
A south Dublin GAA coach has been jailed for seven years for his part in a major drugs operation.
The European Union is adopting tough new economic sanctions against Russia over its support of rebels fighting in eastern Ukraine, diplomats have said.
At least 100 Palestinians have been killed in fighting in Gaza today, according to a health official, as Israel escalated its military offensive in the coastal strip.
Mothers are more likely to turn to “Dr Google” than their family doctor to seek advice if their child is poorly, a UK-based poll suggests.
A man has been found guilty by a UK court of killing his girlfriend's baby.
Updates from Farah Baker, 16, convey the terror of life under conflict.
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Everton midfielder Ross Barkley has signed a new four-year deal at Goodison Park, the Premier League club have announced.
West Ham co-chairman David Gold has blamed jet-lag for a social media mistake that suggested he wanted to see Sam Allardyce leave his role as the club’s manager.
Manchester United have had to devise a special training programme to get Luke Shaw in shape for the start of the season.
Daniel Sturridge is ready to step up and fill the sizeable gap left by Luis Suarez in the Liverpool attack – but says his team-mates need to do likewise as they begin life without the prolific Uruguayan.