A woman will be sentenced next year for accidentally stabbing an 18 month-old girl while she was attacking the child’s mother.
A man in his late 60s has died after being struck by a car in Co Cork this evening.
Gardaí in Cork are hunting two men who stole a 'substantial' amount of cash in an armed robbery on a post office in the city this morning.
Minister of State for Gaeltacht Affairs Dinny McGinley has said nobody should turn down the opportunity of a festive job if they're worried about losing their jobseekers' allowance.
More than £2m (€2.37m) raised by taxing plastic bags in Northern Ireland is to benefit some 250 eco-friendly community projects, Stormont’s Environment Minister has announced.
The Justice Minister Alan Shatter has said he hopes to introduce legislation next year to allow for a charities regulator.
Over 49,000 struggling borrowers now have deals in place with the banks to permanently restructure their mortgages.
A convicted rapist and kidnapper who fled during his trial six years ago is to be sentenced next month after being found in England.
The Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan has said he has yet to find any evidence in the Smithwick Tribunal report to warrant an internal inquiry.
The Special Criminal Court has fixed a date in 2015 for the trial of a Lithuanian national charged with possession of a handgun.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has suggested the board of the CRC should consider its position.
A pig farmer who was jailed for ordering two repossession men to strip naked and get into a pen with a boar has been released on bail ahead of his appeal.
Tipperary South TD Mattie McGrath has criticised the new driver's licence service, saying it is not fit for purpose.
The Public Accounts Committee is to seek to compel former CEO of the Central Remedial Clinic Brian Conlan to appear before them to answer questions about the top ups controversy.
Ireland’s older population will almost double over the next two decades, new figures have shown.
Ulster Bank says a technical problem which led to delays to payments into some customer accounts overnight has now been resolved.
An investigation is underway in Co Fermanagh after a truck was driven into a property owned by the former Quinn Group last night and set alight.
A new ferry service that will sail from Ireland to the west of France and northern Spain has been announced.
A man has been injured in a stabbing incident in Dublin yesterday evening.
An IRA man jailed after a suspected spy ring was unearthed has lost the final leg of legal battles to stop the courts accepting confidential evidence from senior gardaí.
It has emerged that the Central Remedial Clinic pays over half a million euro each year to the Mater Hospital to administer a pension fund that does not exist.
The Taoiseach is to make a live TV address this Sunday.
An investigation has been launched into the armed hijacking of a woman's car in County Laois last night.
12 staff members have been suspended from a Dublin care facility over concerns around the standard of care provided.
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.
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.
A man who took a fraudulent personal injury action claiming he suffered a debilitating back injury in a car crash has avoided a jail term.
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.