The Dáil has been suspended again following another dispute between Sinn Féin and the Ceann Comhairle, Sean Barrett.
The Head of the Health Service Executive says there will always be people on trolleys at Irish hospitals, but he says they won't be there for such long periods of time.
The High Court judge hearing Ian Bailey's damages action has warned the case will have to be aborted if they have fewer than 10 jurors to hear it.
A man has been arrested after cannabis herb with a street value of €60,000 was seized in Cork.
TD Clare Daly has accused the Government of deliberately appointing women to key positions within the courts and Gardaí to distract from cronyism.
Fifty kilos of cocaine has been seized in Co Tyrone.
The solicitor for the family of a man who died on a hospital trolley having presented as a "very urgent" case says they are devastated by what happened.
Funding for health services is being increased slightly for the first time since 2008.
The Education Minister Jan O'Sullivan has urged teachers' unions to reconsider a strike planned for next week.
The Public Accounts Committee is to ask the Attorney General whether a whistleblower should be allowed to attend for a public hearing.
The company handling customer queries for Irish Water has denied a report that a staff member was "rushed to hospital" after a customer pack including human excrement was received.
A patient deemed to be a "very urgent" case after being rushed to an overcrowded emergency department was not seen by a doctor until he was found dead on a trolley over three hours after he was admitted, an inquest has heard.
Cars will be banned from one side of Dublin's College Green in a trial by Dublin City Council next year.
New research shows more than 1.6 million adults place bets on sporting events.
A new rule which would see housebuyers forced to save 20% of a deposit before taking out a mortgage is to be delayed.
Blood samples can be taken from all drivers involved in road crashes from today - including those who cannot give consent.
Toddlers who watch three hours TV a day may end up physically weak, educationally stunted and emotionally aggressive, according to a new study.
Americans living in Ireland will hold events to celebrate the annual Thanksgiving holiday today.
The Public Accounts Committee is today focusing on mismanagement of public money in relation to the purchase of lands for Limerick Greyhound Stadium.
There could be 2,000 children eligible for adoption from the foster care system when the legislation from the Children's Referendum is enacted.
It has emerged that new rules for appointments to State boards will not apply to Irish Water.
A young father who was forced to drop his three-month-old daughter from the window of their burning home has thanked the young man who caught and saved her.
Atheist Ireland is voicing concern about the reinstatement of a cross at the summit of Carrauntoohill.
The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform has said that Sean Fleming's is wrong in his assertion that new rules for appointments to State boards will not apply to Irish Water.
The owner of a dog, which mauled a girl's head and body, has appeared in court charged with three counts under the Control of Dogs Act.
The EU is taking Ireland to court in a row over the fuel used for private yachts.
The Road Safety Authority is advising motorists to take care after an updated Orange weather warning was issued from Met Éireann.
An apartment block in Dublin has been evacuated after a fire broke out in the underground car park.