The Taoiseach is to make a live TV address this Sunday.
The TUI says appropriate investment is needed in the Institute of Technology sector to meet the future needs of the Irish economy.
Ireland is to recognise same-sex marriages formalised in six other countries.
Gardaí are to mount a major road safety campaign over the Christmas period.
The Minister for Health claims the HSE's spending overrun in 2013 will not have a knock-on effect causing further cuts next year.
New figures show that 40% of those whose parents have a low level of education in Ireland are likely to also remain at that level, compared to an EU average of 34%.
New utility company Irish Water has been warned it has a lot of work to do to guarantee safe drinking supplies when it takes up its role in January.
Gardaí are investigating the cause of a fire in Dublin which forced an evacuation earlier.
Scandal-struck Central Remedial Clinic (CRC) chiefs said they face being sued if they enforce salary cuts on bosses getting top-ups from public donations.
Director and acting chief executive of the Central Remedial Clinic, Jim Nugent, has rejected calls for his resignation in light of controversy surrounging top-up payments to nine senior staff members at the disability agency.
New clinical guidelines have been launched to prevent the spread of a potential killer hospital superbug.
A man has been arrested in connection with a pipe bomb attack on a police patrol in the North.
The Central Remedial Clinic (CRC) is insisting it came to an agreement with the Health Service Executive (HSE) in 2009 to allow for the top-up of some salaries.
The share of household income from welfare payments has risen by 50% since 2004, according to a new report from the ESRI, which emphasises the importance of social welfare in reducing poverty.
Free public wifi is putting users at risk from even the most basic hackers, IT experts have warned.
President Michael D Higgins has been asked to speak on behalf of European leaders at a special lunch marking the first day of Nelson Mandela lying in state.
DART services in Dublin are going to be inspected more often, following complaints of over-crowding.
Fianna Fáil's Health Spokesperson Billy Kelleher says the €1bn target for Health Service savings next year isn't "credible" or "sustainable".
Representatives from the Central Remedial Clinic (CRC) will today take questions from TDs on private salary top-ups.
Two men are to appear in court this morning following the discovery of an oil laundering plant in Co Meath yesterday.
A Traveller couple who were refused service in a Co Dublin hotel on the day of their daughter's wedding were successful in a discrimination case they took against the hotel at Swords District Court today.
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses after shots were fired on Dublin's northside overnight.
12 staff members have been suspended from a Dublin care facility over concerns around the standard of care provided.
An investigation has been launched into the armed hijacking of a woman's car in County Laois last night.
A burglar was arrested after the woman in the house he had broken into sat on his back and stopped him escaping, a court has heard.
An Irish bookmaker is offering odds on a White Christmas in Ireland - with Dublin named the early favourite.
Gardaí in Dublin are renewing their appeal for the public's help in tracing the whereabouts of a missing 14-year-old boy.
A Sinn Féin TD has dismissed reports that he could be about to join Fianna Fáil.