Video footage and photographs of 43-year-old blind man, John Llyod, his wife and their 10-year-old son being evicted from their home have gone viral.
Enda Kenny's office has received the final report into the resignation of former Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan.
Broadcaster Bibi Baskin and journalist Fiona Looney have spoken publically for the first time about their personal experiences of sexual assault.
More than a third of Irish people are spending over 20 hours online per week, according to the results of a new survey.
A shoe believed to belong to a missing Japanese woman, whose partner’s body was pulled from the sea on Sunday, has been found on a beach.
Calls are being made for more to be done to tackle Ireland's childhood obesity rates.
Two people have appeared in court charged in connection with an incident in Dublin in which a Garda was seriously injured by a stolen car.
Two children in care were forced to urinate on the floor of an isolation unit and another had to wash with baby wipes for four days after being denied access to bathrooms, health watchdogs have found.
Three men who plotted to murder former loyalist leader Johnny "Mad Dog" Adair in Scotland have been jailed.
The RNLI at Ballycotton was called out yesterday evening to help a dolphin that was stranded due to extreme high tides in a bogland.
An inspection of the Ballydowd Special Care Unit in Dublin has highlighted problems with some of the care provided to young people there.
The Simon Community has launched their Simon Week activities with TV3 presenter, Martin King, giving a 'Homeless Forecast'.
The Environment Minister Alan Kelly says whoever sent a suspicious package to his office is a "scumbag".
Northern Ireland’s First Minister is to meet the British Prime Minister tomorrow to discuss Stormont’s deepening political crisis.
An uncle of Molly Martens says she has not lost any faith that her stepchildren will one day be returned to her care.
Ireland is one of the top five European countries for the number of people suffering an overdose.
The Anti-Austerity Alliance claims it has been banned from fundraising in one area of Dublin because of its boycott of water charges.
Northern Ireland First Minister and DUP leader, Peter Robinson, has criticised the decision by the Ulster Unionist Party to leave the Northern Ireland Executive.
Ireland's free travel scheme will be protected, according to a spokesperson for the Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton.
HSE bosses are looking for almost €2bn more in budget funding for 2016.
The Government’s efforts to resolve the homelessness and housing crisis are nowhere near what is needed, a leading rights group has warned
Tributes have been paid to the victims of a freak incident on the River Shannon yesterday in which two men lost their lives.
The family of Bryan Whelan, who died in a freak incident on the River Shannon last Saturday, has paid him an emotional tribute.
A non fee-paying, all-girls secondary school has been ranked number one in Ireland.
Two men have been killed in a tragic accident on the River Shannon this evening.
A man is described as being in a critical condition in hospital following a single-vehicle collision at around 11.30am today.
Update 6pm: Diving was suspended at 5.30pm today with no sign of the second body. Diving will resume tomorrow (Monday) morning when naval divers will also join the search.
A Garda remains in a serious condition after being struck by a stolen car in Dublin last night.
An elderly man has died and nine others were rescued after five hours in the sea when their boat capsized off the south coast.