There were heartbreaking scenes inside Court 1 at Limerick Circuit Court as 219 applications were brought by banks and other lending institutions for possession of properties against families and individuals.
A second man has been charged with shooting dead a grandfather outside a family wedding.
A former Russian Special Forces solider who wrestled a young woman to the ground and sexually assaulted her at Dublin Airport has avoided a jail sentence.
A former apprentice butcher, who stole more than €49,000 from his employer during a “drug-induced paranoia” on Christmas Eve has avoided jail.
Clare TD Timmy Dooley has been speaking about his attempt to chase what appeared to be a handbag thief.
A detective denied in interview that she forged a letter from the Director of Public Prosecutions to cover up the fact that she had failed to complete a clerical sex abuse investigation.
A US military air-to-air refuelling aircraft has made an emergency landing at Shannon Airport this afternoon.
Actor David Murray was spared a jail sentence today after he was convicted of attacking his former partner who accused him of hitting and strangling her during a domestic row.
A forensic scientist told a murder trial jury today that a button from a jacket worn by a man accused of murdering two women eighteen years ago produced a negative DNA result when examined in 1998.
A garda sergeant has today denied acting aggressively towards Ian Bailey's partner Jules Thomas during her arrest in 2000.
A 35-year-old man has been remanded in custody after being charged with the false imprisonment of a child in Co Laois.
A 13-year-old boy has pleaded guilty to murdering a builder after a row outside a block of flats.
Several homes have been repossessed at a sitting of Limerick Circuit Court.
Workers at Dunnes Stores have today voted to strike.
NUI Galway Student's Union is now mandated to support the legalisation of cannabis.
A 35-year-old man will appear in court later charged in connection with an attempted child abduction in Co Laois earlier this week.
A woman aged in her 70s has died in a house fire in Shannon, Co Clare last night.
Graham Dwyer's murder trial has heard that images, documents and videos describing women being raped or stabbed were found on a hard drive at his home.
A TD has used Dáil privilege to claim that US military personnel have carried weapons on aircraft travelling through Shannon Airport.
Northern Trust is to create 300 jobs in Limerick over the next three years.
A 27-year-old woman has been arrested in connection with a suspicious house fire in Drogheda, Co Louth last year in which an elderly woman was seriously injured and subsequently died.
Gardaí have arrested a man in connection with an attempted abduction of a child in Co Laois yesterday morning.
The journalist Vincent Browne has led reporters on to solicitor Brian O'Donnell's Gorse Hill property in South Dublin.
Arnotts in Dublin has removed a t-shirt showing two children watching a pole dancer with their father, after hundreds of complaints were registered with the department store.
Irish Water has changed its rules to allow people to register with them until the end of 2015 without penalty.
A Co Louth printing company has said it stands over a refusal to make invites for a gay wedding.
Commercial jets carrying hundreds of people had to be diverted in mid-air or else prevented from taking off to avoid potential collisions with two Russian bear bombers which “cloaked” their presence during their latest incursion into Irish-controlled airspace.
Solicitor Brian O'Donnell has told the High Court that coverage of his legal battle over the Gorse Hill mansion in South Dublin is an "absolute circus".
Gardaí are today escorting back to Ireland from Spain a man charged with sending a pig’s head to the home of a Garda.