The rate at which homes are being repossessed has increased by more than 500% since last year.
The Government's new housing plan has been criticised by social campaigners and the Opposition.
A man has been arrested in connection with a cannabis seizure in Galway.
A Meath man, who killed a 77-year-old woman by knocking her down as she crossed the road, is to do community service instead of jail time, a court heard today.
Every local authority in the country is set to benefit from a new €312m social housing plan.
One hundred new jobs have been announced at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin today.
President Michael D Higgins has said a commemoration for the 40 children killed in the Easter Rising should spark a redoubling of efforts to build a Republic they would have been proud of.
A former IRA commander has been shot dead in Belfast, it has been confirmed.
The Tánaiste Joan Burton has said that any decision on the sale of Aer Lingus will be taken by the whole of Government, and she does not expect one for some time.
There were more cases of prostate cancer registered in the west of Ireland than in the rest of the country between 1994 and 2012, a report has found.
Students and teachers from international language schools are to march to the Dáil this afternoon, in protest at a spate of recent closures.
Brian O'Donnell says he and his family know it could be another five years until they get justice in their legal battle with Bank of Ireland.
Liam Adams, a brother of Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams, has lost an appeal against his convictions and sentence for raping and abusing his daughter.
A man has been shot dead today in South Belfast.
The Government has unveiled a new €312m social housing plan.
A doctor found guilty of assaulting PSNI officers while under the influence of a date rape drug will today appeal her convictions.
A new system aims to replace passwords with one that questions your online activity to make sure it is really you.
Ireland's efforts to tackle climate change have been labelled "weak" and "half-hearted" in a new report.
Today is the final day for people to ensure they are registered to vote in the upcoming referendums.
Up to €300m is being poured into a major social housing construction programme.
An Irish nanny accused of killing a one-year-old US girl in her care is asking a judge to release her while authorities review medical evidence in the case.
Two hundred bikers joined a motorcade escorting the coffin of Aidan Lynam home today, after the charity worker and father of three was killed in a crash yesterday in Co Clare.
Two bodies have been found in Co Wexford.
Down Syndrome Ireland has been paying tribute to one of its biggest fundraisers who died in a motorcycle crash in Co Clare yesterday.
Ireland’s oldest gay bar, Loafers bar in Cork, closed its doors today.
Housing extensions and one-off homes may be exempt from tough new building regulations aimed at preventing shoddy work, under proposals being considered by the Government.
A motorcade including 100 motorcyclists is escorting the coffin of Aidan Lynam back to Dublin, after his death yesterday in a Co Clare crash.
Gardaí are investigating after a 33-year-old man was killed in a collision in east Cork this morning.
Gardaí are patrolling dozens of bogs in Ireland deemed by the EU to be special areas of conservation in a turf-war with local farmers.