Protesters have broken up a meeting between Irish Water and local councillors in Cork today.
Gardaí are investigating after an Aer Lingus plane had to go into lockdown in Dublin Airport following a prank by a passenger which sparked a brief Ebola scare.
Health Minister Leo Varadkar has said there will be a secondary medical card test for those who do not meet the criteria of the means-test.
A woman and a man are recovering and a second man is in custody following an alleged assault and carjacking incident in Longford, gardaí said.
There is no evidence against a veteran republican charged in connection with one of the North's most notorious murders, a court has heard.
Anti-water charges campaigners predict more than 100,000 protesters will be on the streets at 70 demonstrations around the country this Saturday.
A man has died following a crash involving a truck and two cars in Co Sligo today.
Authorities are taking a big risk with children’s health if they introduce fluoride-free water, one of the country’s most senior dentists has claimed.
Post-primary schools in Ireland have been urged to redouble their efforts to ensure that students get at least two hours' physical education per week.
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA) has warned pet owners to take especial care of their animals this Halloween as they may be frightened by the noise of fireworks.
Health Minister Leo Varadkar has hinted that the Government could extend the period of the assessed charge for water metering.
Rehab has today announced the appointment of its new chief executive, Mo Flynn, on a €140,000-a-year salary.
Teachers and students from Leinster College are to hold a protest in Dublin in the next hour this morning.
The Government has just published a three-year plan to overhaul the civil service which it says aims to provide a 'world-class' service.
A pensioner has been arrested by detectives investigating the kidnap and murder of Belfast mother-of-10 Jean McConville.
Galway's Mill Street Garda Station remains closed this morning due to flooding last night.
Senior Ministers will meet again today to discuss the ongoing water charges controversy.
Investigations are continuing following a shooting in Co. Louth last night.
The Government is to announce a three-year plan to reform the civil service later.
Commuters are being advised of major disruption to rail services in and out of Heuston Station in Dublin this morning due to a fatality on the line between Newbridge and Sallins overnight.
Gardaí are seeking the public's help in finding 19-year-old Amy Louise Dunne.
The head of the body representing county and city councillors wants the board of Irish Water to step down.
Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe today welcomed the beginning of an agreement which allows for the mutual exchange of driving licences between Ireland and the Canadian province of Ontario.
Communications Minister Alex White has said that the Government has been "behind the curve" on Irish Water and "bit off too much too quickly".
An anti-racism rally is due to take place in Waterford this afternoon in response to a number of demonstrations against the city's Roma community last weekend.
The Right2Water campaign today announced details of local events planned for Saturday November 1 to highlight public opposition to planned water charges.
Adam Clayton's former personal assistant has lost an appeal against her conviction for stealing nearly €3m from the U2 bass guitarist.
Health Minister Leo Varadkar says the communications campaign about the necessity for water charges "has not yet been won".