The Garda Commissioner's been requested to be present outside the Dáil tomorrow to ensure access to Leinster House for TDs, Senators and staff.
A search off West Cork for a missing man has been stood down for the night after his father and girlfriend drowned yesterday.
There was no winner of the €2m midweek Lotto jackpot draw.
Four men are being detained in Wexford this evening after the seizure of €184,000 worth of drugs.
The UK and Irish governments have urged political leaders in the North to intensify efforts to resolve the welfare dispute that has put the future of power-sharing at risk.
A fifth person has been charged in Britain over an international cocaine bust off the coast of Ireland last year.
The State's only designated facility for assessing and treating people found not guilty through “insanity” has just a fraction of the capacity required for inpatients, a court has heard.
Four Lithuanian men have been arrested after herbal cannabis and cannabis resin was discovered at Rosslare Europort in Co Wexford.
There is increased security at Leinster House this evening over a protest in support of Greece.
The prosecution has handed over newly discovered documents to the defence in the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank officials.
Each taking home a nice even €100,000 each.
Charlie McCreevy has denied that he was reckless with the public finances, and resisted answering whether he thought a property bubble existed in Ireland during the boom.
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in Ireland.
A High Court jury has heard claims that former Catholic Archbishop Richard Burke inappropriately touched a girl while she was in hospital in Nigeria at the age of 13 or 14.
The three Irish victims of the Tunisia terror attacks will be home within 24 hours, Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan has said.
Cyclists will face fines for dozens of offences under a new fixed charge notice system.
Two men and a woman have been arrested, after €720,000 worth of drugs was seized in Dublin yesterday.
Ireland has officially had the hottest day of the year so far, with 26.1C recorded in the Botanic Gardens in north Dublin yesterday afternoon.
Sinn Féin is vowing to fight water charge legislation tooth and nail, though the party admits the Government has the numbers to force it through.
A teenager has lost a Supreme Court fight over the police’s use of images of children suspected of being involved in riots or of causing criminal damage in Derry.
Three Irish universities are to benefit from a €2m grant from the Blackstone Charitable Foundation.
Two people are dead and a major search is underway for a third after a freak shore accident in West Cork this evening.
A man has been killed after a hit-and-run in Dublin.
A search operation has resumed in West Cork for a man missing since a freak accident killed his father and girlfriend.
People would have to have unpaid water bills of at least €500 before they are taken to court for the money to be deducted from their salary, welfare or pensions.
The Department of Health plans to relocate the three Dublin Maternity hospitals following a review of services.
A spectacular double act starring Jupiter and Venus will light up the sky tomorrow night.
The coastguard has sent a helicopter to help in the search for a man missing in Cork after his father and girlfriend drowned yesterday.
Prayers will be said in Qatar this evening for an Irish man and his English girlfriend who died there at the weekend.