A woman has been attacked during a burglary in Dublin in which the suspect received a number of cuts and scratches.
Nurses will be balloted on industrial action next month, if progress is not made on critical Emergency Department issues.
Irish Water is reporting a 300% rise in the number of calls to its centre.
A prominent republican has pleaded not guilty to nine tax offences.
A 43-year-old man is being questioned in Co. Kildare following an operation on a growhouse in Athy during which €900,000 worth of drugs were seized.
The European Court of Justice has cast doubt on an agreement giving US companies access to the online information of millions of EU citizens.
The congregation at the funeral of murdered Dublin criminal Garry Hutch has been told "to break the cycle of violence - by not seeking revenge".
The Irish Data Protection Commissioner will examine how today's EU court ruling protecting personal information online will impact data being shared with the US.
A Sinn Féin MEP has demanded the Government appoint a new Irish ambassador to Egypt to help the detained Irish teenager Ibrahim Halawa.
Gardaí in Co Kildare have arrested a man following an operation on a growhouse in Athy during which €900,000 worth of drugs were seized.
A Donegal-born Nobel prizewinner has said he would love to bring his award to his home county.
A US Coast Guard life ring has been found on the Clare coast thousands of kilometres where from it was lost overboard in Florida.
The Public Expenditure Minister Brendan Howlin has said he does not think Labour is being railroaded into a November election.
Irish Rail has said it is "ridiculous" that industrial action is being proposed across its network.
The European Court of Justice is to rule later in a case against Facebook over personal data held by the social media site.
A large Garda presence is expected this morning at the funeral of one Dublin's biggest gangland figures.
Nurses graduating this year will benefit from measures being taken to ease overcrowding in our hospitals, with media reports suggesting they are in line for permanent job offers.
The Union of Students in Ireland has said it hopes to get 10,000 students to register to vote in the next 24 hours.
There has been a strong increase in house prices outside Dublin, while homes in the capital have seen a fall in value.
Operations at An Post are returning to normal this morning following four days of industrial action that crippled postal services.
The Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly is to meet with owners and residents of the Longboat Quay complex in Dublin today.
A student in Cork has had a lucky escape after she managed to get away from two men who she claims were trying to assault her in the city last Friday.
Applications have opened for Ireland’s new credit card-sized passport.
An emergency meeting of the Fianna Fáil members of the Metropolitan District of Limerick City and County Council was held this evening to assess the position of the metropolitan mayor of the city following revelations that he is at the centre of an internal Garda probe into the failure of officers to investigate his involvement in a motoring incident.
An Aer Lingus flight with 181 passengers en route to Portugal has made an emergency landing at Dublin Airport.
TV3's new documentary strand 'Disclosure' will continue tomorrow night with 'The Elber Twomey Story', the story of a Cork woman whose husband, infant son and unborn baby were all killed when a suicidal driver hit their car during a holiday in England three years ago.
The company at the centre of an industrial dispute at An Post's mail centres, says its employees' core pay is not being cut.
The ESB is facing a multi-million euro bill after a High Court judge today ruled it was 60% liable for extensive damage to buildings at UCC following record floods that engulfed large parts of Cork city centre five years ago.
The Secretary General of the nurses and midwives union says he has never been as worried heading into a winter period.