The Society of St Vincent dePaul expects to receive more than 50,000 calls for help in the coming weeks.
The National Union of Journalists and SIPTU are planning to protest outside an extraordinary general meeting of Independent News and Media's shareholders.
A veteran republican charged in connection with the notorious IRA murder of mother-of-10 Jean McConville is suffering from dementia and would not be able to fully participate in his trial, a court has been told.
The future of the Midlands Regional Hospital is uncertain and significant risks remain, according to a HIQA review.
A cabinet minister believes people who paid their water bills can't end up worse off than those who didn't.
Over 80% of us will recycle the packing from our Christmas presents this year.
A new clinical trial has been launched in Cork for improved treatment of a form of skin cancer.
It’s one of the biggest constitutional decisions in UK history.
The TMA-19M has been refurbished but is still singed by the heat of re-entry.
An associate of hate preacher Anjem Choudary has been jailed for 28 months for knocking a schoolboy unconscious because he cuddled his girlfriend in the street.
Italian voters have dealt premier Matteo Renzi a resounding rebuke by rejecting his proposed constitutional reforms, plunging Europe's fourth-largest economy into political and economic uncertainty.
Have you heard of the “caveman response”?
All the parties involved in the Supreme Court battle over Brexit have formally given their backing to the 11 justices hearing the historic case, it was announced at the start of the hearing.
Japan's leader has said he will visit Pearl Harbour with US president Barack Obama at the end of this month.
There's a lot more to this than meets the eye.
This one probably won’t sink.
He can’t get enough of Mondays.
She said: “Oh, yes, I will.”
Did I mention it’s 20 days until Christmas?
Emotional Barnardos video uncovers six things you might not know about the impact of domestic abuse on children.
Danielle Muscato, who describes herself as an activist, didn’t hold back.
It should really be a Bank Holiday.
Sense8 was one of the most expensive productions undertaken by Netflix, from some of the same producers as The Matrix.
The late comic is said to have first worn a fez after mislaying his Army hat.
For some reason, Trump’s not terribly popular in Mexico.
Scarlett Moffatt was crowned queen of the jungle and Adam came third.
David Beckham’s love of inking has inspired a 60-second clip in aid of Unicef.
And that’s only the beginning.
The Channel 5 show is back and it’s just revealed its first glimpse at what is in store for fans.
ITV said this year’s final was the most-watched since 2013.
The Ektra has gone on sale aimed at smartphone-using photography enthusiasts.
The Virtually Real exhibition opens in January.
Bike maker Johammer is working on a version of their electric vehicle that can double as battery storage.
Ireland today: Some brightness possible this morning in Connacht and perhaps western Ulster, ...more weather
Firefighters braved toxic fumes and an exploding domestic home heating oil storage tank to avert tragedy today.
Update 6.57pm: Three males have now been confirmed deceased following a two-vehicle collision on the N72 earlier today.
Scotland Yard has said it is “not prepared to discuss any lines of inquiry whilst the investigation is ongoing”.
Leo Varadkar’s venture into the world of broadcasting as a DJ has sparked a war of words, writes Daniel McConnell.
Donald Trump has announced his domestic business tax policy in a series of six tweets this afternoon.
No word yet of where the ticket was sold.
Update: 1pm The victims of the gun attack in a town in south-eastern Finland have been identified as the chairperson of the Imatra Town Council and two local journalists.
Someone in Dublin has won a massive €11,345,002 in last night's Lotto jackpot.
The Willie Mullins-trained eight-year-old got his career over fences back on track on after gaining a fifth Grade One success with victory in the Tingle Creek at Sandown.
"I owe it to Cork City and John (Caulfield) for what they did for me this time last season."
Following the decision of FIFA's ethics committee to impose a ban, Blatter described himself as "a punching ball".
He doesn’t do low key, does he?
The American has always been selective of which tournaments he has played in.
The defender scored one of three Bournemouth goals in the final 14 minutes of a thrilling encounter at the Vitality Stadium
"I’m committed to Bristol irrespective as to what happens in the short-term."