Update 1.50pm: A man in his 70s has died after a house fire in Wexford.
The prosecutor in a Kildare murder trial has told the jury there is a series of facts that he believes proves the accused man's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
Fire fighters have put out a blaze on a bus in Cork city.
The planned demolition of the camp is not going smoothly.
They took to the streets to demonstrate against the inequality.
Because no-one remembers the candidates who don’t win.
Scientists have been excited about the strange new world since its discovery was confirmed earlier this year.
Air strikes in Syria have killed 17 people, mostly children, when war planes struck a school complex in the northern rebel-held province of Idlib, activists said.
Russia has withdrawn its request to refuel a fleet of Russian warships in Spain, amid pressure from Britain and Nato who raised concerns that the ships could be used to ramp up air attacks in Syria.
Several large fires have broken out in the Calais Jungle on the third day of the operation to clear it.
MEPs Steven Woolfe and Mike Hookem have been reported to French police over their altercation at the European Parliament which plunged crisis-hit Ukip into further turmoil.
Last month we featured the absolutely hilarious story about Enda Kenny lending money to a two-year-old.
You know you want to.
Euro 2016 was a melting pot of mediocre football and banter.
Won't be making that mistake again!
At least he is determined
If only dinosaurs weren’t extinct.
Injuries have been present in Strictly since it launched in 2002.
“We made a mistake.”
The former Peggy Mitchell star is “shocked” by the news.
The successful foursome will be working together an exciting new project.
After 10 weeks of Bake Off on the telly, this lot are basically BFFs for life.
The two full seasons so far of Rick and Morty have just arrived on Netflix in Ireland, and you really should be watching them now.
The singer blamed promoters for the cancellation, adding her fans “deserve better”.
Hamilton director Thomas Kail is also on board as a producer.
An expandable living space that’s insulated and full of modern features has been created by a Canadian firm.
Coming early 2017!
The number of trips being made to Ireland jumped 10.5% between July and September, according to the Central Statistics Office.
Ireland today: It looks set to be a mostly cloudy day across Ireland with the chance of ...more weather
If you saw€4,000 worth of money on the ground, would you take some?
Reporter Lesley Anne McKeown was on board the transatlantic United Airlines flight from Belfast International that was forced to make an emergency landing at Shannon Airport after developing a problem with its landing gear.
Ann Lenihan, the matriarch of one of the country's leading political dynasties, has died.
The luck was flowing in Killarney this week when Kerry man Ljatif Saiti won €200,000 on his All Cash Spectacular scratch card.
Two men have been arrested by Gardaí in County Meath as part of Operation Thor.
Defending champion Agnieszka Radwanska lost her first match of the WTA Finals in Singapore, with Svetlana Kuznetsova surviving match point to score the upset.
A woman has died in a crash in north Dublin overnight.
Chances are, not everyone will be able to see them.
Could Nico Rosberg secure the title, or will Lewis Hamilton keep things interesting?
Rory McIlroy has today revealed that his participation at the Olympic games was complicated by politics.
Rory McIlroy's caddy has thanked him for a hefty windfall following the Northern Irishman's victory at the FedExCup.
Keith Earls has received a two-week ban for his sending off in Munster's emotionally charged Champions Cup tie against Glasgow Warriors at Thomond Park last weekend.
Knowing me, Alan Partridge, knowing you, Jose Mourinho. Aha.
Rory McIlroy believes he needs at least one win from his next three events to become only the second man after Henrik Stenson to win the FedEx Cup and Race to Dubai in the same season.
Papiss Cisse. Remember him?
It is being reported that the GAA and Sky Sports are set to renew their coverage of the Championship for a further five years at a cost of €55m to the British broadcaster.