The General Secretary of the Association of Secondary Teachers in Ireland has condemned the treatment of the Education Minister Ruairi Quinn and claims he has been bullied by members of his own organisation.
An animal centre in Kildare has said today that it needs to raise at least €8,000 “to simply catch up”.
A leading Irish-American politician has said there is little hope of any reform of America's immigration law until at least the year 2020.
A Chinese man arrested in a cannabis growhouse in Dublin will stand trial on drug charges after the High Court ruled that he is not a victim of human trafficking.
The teacher who used a megaphone to disrupt the Education Minister's address at the ASTI conference said today that he has no regrets.
A man has been arrested in connection with a post office robbery in Enfield in Co Meath last Friday.
Dublin is the richest county in Ireland with over €2,000 more disposable income per head than the national average, according to the Central Statistics Office.
Fine Gael's Cork South Central Deputy, Jerry Buttimer, has advised his party's candidates as the countdown continues to the Local and European elections.
Up to 230 new jobs are on the way to 12 locations across the country at home security firm Phonewatch.
Irish Olympic hero Eamonn Coghlan has spoken of his personal battle with depression at the end of his running career – and the importance of knowing that help is available.
The Department of the Environment said it has received 418 applications for its scheme to fund remediation work for homes damaged by pyrite.
Residents in Co Cork have been mounting protests against the installation of water meters.
The Department of Social Welfare is giving those who owe money 14 days to repay money owed.
Motorists in county Laois are being warned of a road closure in place following a multi-vehicle crash.
Gardaí are launching a nationwide blitz against people using mobile phones while driving tomorrow.
Almost 10,000 addicts a day are using methadone.
The Education Minister said the reform of the Junior Cycle has to happen, despite second level teacher objections.
Local and European elections take place one month from today.
Irish Water is to be given money to fund over 1,000 voluntary redundancies at local authorities.
A family of three have been rescued from their boat on Lough Derg this evening.
Residents of a Cork housing estate are in a stand-off with Irish Water workers.
American billionaire Donald Trump has threatened Clare County Council with legal action, after it issued a planning enforcement order against his company.
Irish Rail was ordered in January to drop a TV ad offering inter-city journeys for €9.99.
Gardaí have found the car that was hijacked from a Dublin woman, leaving her seriously injured.
Ruairi Quinn has provoked a strong reaction from primary school teachers by suggesting that Honours Maths should be a minimum requirement to qualify.
A man accused of trying to rob a petrol station in Dublin is going to apply for High Court bail amid concerns over his safety while in prison.
A woman in her 50s remains in a serious condition in hospital after suffering head injuries during a violent carjacking in Dublin yesterday.
Almost 10,000 drivers were caught using their mobile phones while behind the wheel during the first three months of this year.