A man has been arrested by gardaí today in connection with the alleged kidnapping of a six-year-old girl in 1977.
Dentists have described the closure of a dental clinic at St James' Hospital, without putting alternatives in place, as a disgrace.
A legal action to potentially jail nine water protesters who are allegedly obstructing the installation of meters in North Dublin has been put back until next month.
Irish Water has said it will investigate claims that it sent tenants' bank account details to some landlords.
A man has been killed by a train in Co Wexford today.
Childline's night-time call service is in danger of closing unless an emergency appeal for donations is sucessful, the ISPCC warned today.
Nine water meter protesters are being asked to give undertakings not to obstruct the installation of water meters in North Dublin.
Three criminal cases linked to the alleged rape of a Belfast woman who insists the republican movement covered up her claims are to be independently reviewed, the Public Prosecution Service has announced.
A 34-year-old Dublin man has appeared in court charged in connection with the seizure of €63,000 worth of drugs in Finglas yesterday.
The Government has ordered a review of procedures and communications at Irish Water.
Efforts to rescue a puppy from a mineshaft in Co Cork will resume this afternoon.
Fianna Fáil says sacking the head of Irish Water will do nothing to resolve the problems at the company.
Hollywood couple Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have settled a lawsuit against a top celebrity magazine over pictures it published of him at a party in a Paris nightclub.
Rugby legend Brian O'Driscoll has spoken about how he knew he wanted to marry Amy Huberman after just eight weeks together.
A teenager who was being questioned about a petrol bomb attack on a house in Waterford which left three children in hospital, has been released without charge.
A women's aid campaigner claims some "gatekeepers" in the North still don't encourage victims of sexual violence to go to the proper authorities.
A man is due in court in Dublin this morning charged in connection with a drug seizure worth more than €60,000 in Finglas.
Work has begun on Dublin's Poolbeg incinerator, as locals against the project prepare to march on the Dáil tomorrow.
A 23-year-old man is due in court this morning charged in connection with an arson attack at a house in Ballybeg in Waterford last week.
Last month was the hottest September since record-keeping began in 1880.
Truck drivers are blocking more than 300 lorries from leaving Dublin Port in a protest over the Budget.
Ireland is facing into some heavy rain tonight as Ireland experiences the tail end of Hurricance Gonzalo.
Irish Water is facing fresh controversy this morning after it was revealed how much it plans to charge households to fix a leak.
A woman has been taken to the National Isolation Unit at the Mater Hospital, after falling ill at her Dublin home.
A near seven-hour armed siege has ended peacefully after an 89-year-old man walked out of his home, after a shot was earlier fired when gardai went to his house to revoke his firearms licence.
A judge has issued a bench warrant for the arrest of a garda charged with harassing a woman after the accused failed to appear for a court date.
Forecasters say blustery conditions and showers will continue well into this afternoon.
A young bank worker who stole €100,000 from a Kildare branch of AIB has been spared a jail term.