1 hour, 49 minutes agoA man in his 30s is in a critical condition in Limerick after an attack in the city this afternoon.
1 hour, 59 minutes agoGardaí investigating the manslaughter of a homeless man whose body was found in a refuse chute in Cork last week have arrested a 27 year old man.
2 hours, 7 minutes agoEnda Kenny has dismissed calls for Alan Shatter to resign over his use of confidential garda information against a political opponent during a live television broadcast.
2 hours, 40 minutes agoNew services have been announced to help lone-parents to return to work.
3 hours, 57 minutes agoParts of a home-made bomb have been discovered on the North Strand Road in Dublin.
4 hours, 3 minutes agoThe Taoiseach Enda Kenny has dismissed opposition party calls for the Justice Minister Alan Shatter to resign.
4 hours, 34 minutes agoO2 customers can expect to surf the net on their phone much faster from now on.
5 hours, 7 minutes ago » latestPublic servants face compulsory redundancies unless they accept a new deal on cuts in pay and pensions, the Government has warned.
5 hours, 33 minutes agoThe Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Eamon Gilmore says a US senate report which found Apple used Ireland to avoid paying tens of billions of euro in tax is not an issue for the government.
6 hours, 13 minutes agoThe number of deaths from dementia in Northern Ireland hit a new high of 1,400 last year, it was revealed.
7 hours, 30 minutes agoThe Radiological Protection Institute said that eight new nuclear power plants being built in the UK carry a very low threat to the health of Irish people.
7 hours, 42 minutes agoThe sole survivor of the Tit Bonhomme tragedy off the west Cork coast last year has been giving evidence today at the inquest into the deaths of five men in the incident.
8 hours, 7 minutes agoTom McGonigle, a Criminal Justice Inspector, is to be the new Northern Ireland Prisoner Ombudsman.
8 hours, 11 minutes agoScientists have identified a unique strain of blight which they believe triggered Ireland's potato famine in the mid-19th century.
8 hours, 10 minutes agoLimerick man John Dundon has applied to the High Court for a stay on his trial for the murder of Garryowen rugby player Shane Geoghegan.
8 hours, 29 minutes agoA leading barrister has rejected claims from the Taoiseach and Health Minister that proposed legislation to change Ireland’s strict abortion regime does not alter existing laws.
8 hours, 48 minutes agoThe number of deaths caused by smoking in the home could be as high as road deaths - according to new research led by NUI Galway.
8 hours, 54 minutes agoAn Irish MEP has ripped up his property tax return in the European Parliament.
9 hours, 36 minutes agoThe Tánaiste has expressed his full support for the Justice Minister Alan Shatter, who is to make a statement at 7pm tonight on the Mick Wallace affair in the Dáil.
9 hours, 54 minutes agoThe parents of deaf children who are campaigning for cochlear implants are demanding a meeting with the Taoiseach Enda Kenny.
9 hours, 58 minutes agoThe government is being urged to clamp down on people who are working in construction while drawing the dole.
10 hours, 5 minutes agoIreland may have come last in this year's Eurovision - but it seems the show was a ratings hit for the state broadcaster.
10 hours, 13 minutes agoA leading barrister said the government will need to rethink the proposed abortion laws when it comes to appeals such as if a woman is refused a termination under the suicide ground.
10 hours, 22 minutes agoThe Tánaiste has been defending Ireland's tax system after a US Senate report accused the iPhone makers Apple of using Ireland as a way of avoiding billions of euro in tax.
10 hours, 55 minutes agoThe Bank of Ireland today partially backtracked on a steep rise in mortgage rates for customers who thought their repayments were fixed for life.
11 hours, 37 minutes agoDanny Healy-Rae is to be the subject of a German documentary.
11 hours, 37 minutes agoThe head of the Oireachtas Committee on the Environment has warned that new climate change laws need to be introduced in tandem with an information campaign.
11 hours, 53 minutes agoThe Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform has said a new set of proposals has been reached between public sector unions and the Government on the Croke Park 2 agreement.
12 hours, 1 minute agoFormer Northern Ireland arms decommissioning inspector Martti Ahtisaari will officially launch a new conflict studies institute at Queen’s University Belfast today.
12 hours, 6 minutes agoBoston cardinal Sean O’Malley skipped a college commencement in protest at its decision to honour Taoiseach Enda Kenny, who backs laws to permit abortion.
12 hours, 23 minutes agoA drugs crisis organisation is urging the Government to treat drug use as a health issue instead of a criminal one.
12 hours, 32 minutes agoParents are being warned sharing a bed with their baby increases the risk of cot death.
12 hours, 48 minutes agoTwo men remain in Garda custody this morning over the murder of a man in Cavan last year.
13 hours, 13 minutes agoThe final day of hearings on the proposed abortion laws will hear from lawyers and the junior health minister today.
13 hours, 13 minutes agoThe inquest is due to open today into the deaths of five men who died when their trawler sank at the mouth of Glandore Harbour in West Cork over a year ago.
1 day, 1 hour, 33 minutes agoAn improvised bomb has been made safe in the Tallaght area of Dublin.
1 day, 1 hour, 36 minutes agoA small group of demonstrators has gathered outside Boston College in protest at Taoiseach Enda Kenny's presence at the college's commencement ceremony.
1 day, 2 hours, 16 minutes ago » latestSecondary teachers have voted for industrial action in the event that the Government pushes through pay cuts.
1 day, 3 hours, 11 minutes agoAlmost half of all those jailed for robbery are sentenced to three years or less behind bars, new figures show.
1 day, 3 hours, 59 minutes agoA young offender, who was caught with €675 worth of cocaine, has been told he must spend the next six months planting flowers if he wants to avoid a sentence.