Two Laois brothers have had their convictions for raping a woman in a hotel bedroom quashed after a prosecution witness claimed on appeal that he had lied at their trial.
Exchequer returns published this afternoon show the Exchequer deficit is now €2.5bn better than this time last year.
Sergeant Maurice McCabe is still being victimised and isolated by senior members of the force, according to the chairman of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC).
Three British men have been remanded in continuing custody in connection with the seizure of €80m worth of cocaine aboard a yacht off the Irish coast last month.
Revenue has seized €600,000 worth of herbal cannabis at Dublin Port.
The chairman of the Public Accounts Committee John McGuinness has said the penalty points system is still being abused despite a series of overhauls.
Phil Hogan has cleared the first hurdle in his bid to become a new EU Commissioner.
Injunctions stopping eight anti-water charge protesters obstructing the installation of meters in North Dublin have been reinstated.
The Special Criminal Court has heard there was a tracking device on a car believed to be used in a drive-by shooting in Co Meath.
The Arts Minister has refused to reveal who within Fine Gael asked her to consider John McNulty for a place on the IMMA board.
American firm Beckman Coulter is closing its facility in Galway, with the loss of up to 70 jobs.
An Irishwoman who was accused of unlawfully concealing the birth of her child in Western Australia will not have to face charges.
The Cabinet has signed off on a plan to hold a referendum to remove the offence of blasphemy from the constitution.
A new levy will be charged to developers with vacant sites or empty shops starting at 3% of the cost of the land, and rising.
Parents of children playing sports are being warned about protective headgear giving kids a "false sense of security".
Irish residents made 1.8 million domestic trips in the second quarter of 2014.
Gardaí are investigating the discovery of the body of a man in a Dublin park in the early hours of this morning.
People are being advised not to eat mushrooms they find growing in the wild.
Last month was the second-driest September on record, according to data from the Armagh observatory.
The Head of the Investigation team searching for the so-called 'Disappeared' is urging anyone with any information - no matter how small - to contact the commission.
A former Fine Gael councillor has resigned from the board of Irish Water.
Motorists are being urged to avoid the M50 near Blanchardstown after a trailer carrying hay or silage bales caught fire.
A loophole in the law that would have allowed Ministers to escape paying water charges on their second homes is to be closed by Government.
The High Court is being asked to quash the government's decision to transfer the water supply to Irish Water.
The Commission for Energy Regulation has just published the cost of water, with charging to begin tomorrow.
A Donegal County Councillor says he fully supports anyone who tries to stop Irish Water engineers from installing water meters in the county.
Members of the RNLI lifeboat were called out following reports of a dolphin causing some difficulty for swimmers in the Galway area earlier this evening.
One in five Irish Defence Forces staff are claiming Family Income Support to make ends meet, it has been claimed.