A court has granted orders allowing medics force feed an anorexic woman with a gastric tube.
U2's longtime tour manager has been found dead in his Los Angeles hotel room, hours after the band's first show in the city.
A 78-year-old man has been reported missing from his home in Co Meath.
Gardaí are hunting a gang who "seriously assaulted a defenceless chicken farmer" by knocking him down at his home when fleeing his property after attempting to rob him.
The Psychiatric Nurses Association has said it is extremely concerned that the Waterford Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services has suspended taking new referrals.
The family of a terminally ill child has been “overwhelmed” with support after a public appeal to give the four-year-old one last Christmas.
Ireland could see the first same-sex marriages in Ireland take place in early Autumn, earlier than originally thought.
US Vice President Joe Biden has hailed Ireland's Yes vote for marriage equality, calling it "a courageous stand for love and family".
Sinn Féin has said the Government should hold a referendum before agreeing to the sale of Aer Lingus.
Four days of strikes have been announced by Spanish air traffic controllers, potentially affecting thousands of Irish holidaymakers.
Ireland must take immediate steps to introduce an effective legal ban on all forms of corporal punishment against children, Barnardos said today.
Police have warned anti-terrorism resources should not be eroded by budget wrangling in the North.
More than 800,000 plants will be sold over the next five days at the Bord Bia Bloom show in the Phoenix Park in Dublin.
The Northern Secretary said she cannot rule out Westminster legislating on welfare matters in Stormont.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has admitted he did not see a secret report prepared for Aer Lingus on potential jobs losses as a result of the sale of the airline.
Three guns, ammunition, tablets and a powder like-substance have been seized in Dublin.
The Church of Ireland says personnel at St Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin engaged fully with the authorities regarding a lay worker, Patrick O'Brien, who was yesterday charged with indecently assaulting ten boys
The pro-life campaign is playing down reports of public support for repealing of the eighth amendment, in the wake of the weekend's marriage referendum result.
Ireland's electricity prices were the third highest in the EU in the second half of 2014.
The number of trips to Ireland in the last year increased by 13.5%, according to the latest CSO figures.
Parents are being warned about the potential dangers of trampolines and bouncy castles.
The body of a man has been found in Wexford town.
A priest in County Clare has been criticised for refusing members of the travelling community entry into a First Holy Communion.
Gardaí are hunting an armed gang who tied up a man and confronted a couple at their home in Wicklow.
The Council of Europe will issue a ruling today on Ireland's laws on corporal punishment.
Cork Fianna Fáil activist, Ken Curtin, has announced he is resigning from the party.
Fianna Fáil is facing another internal spat after Cork's deputy Lord Mayor stormed out of an internal party meeting last night after being asked to explain why he wants a colleague disciplined.
Dunnes Stores in Gorey County Wexford is to re-open to the public tomorrow.
Gardaí plan to have a major clampdown on speeding over the long weekend.