A 12-year-old boy was airlifted to hospital after he fall from rocks in Dublin earlier today.
Members of the RNLI lifeboat were called out following reports of a dolphin causing some difficulty for swimmers in the Galway area earlier this evening.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has told the Fine Gael that it is time to move on from the John McNulty affair and focus on the next election.
Shannon Airport has won a prestigious international award.
A 66-year-old Dublin man is to stand trial charged with wrecking the historic wooden front gate of Trinity College Dublin during an alleged dangerous driving incident six months ago.
One in Four says there has been a marked increase in the number of young sex offenders.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has again declined to name the Fine Gael official who arranged John McNulty's appointment to a State board.
Bail has been set at €75,000 for a man accused of almost hacking another man's arm off with a slash hook during the Smithfield horse fair in Dublin in 2011.
Dublin has got a major jobs boost this afternoon.
A Donegal County Councillor says he fully supports anyone who tries to stop Irish Water engineers from installing water meters in the county.
Cork will bid to be named the European Green Capital for 2017, when a submission is completed by the end of the month.
A loophole in the law that would have allowed Ministers to escape paying water charges on their second homes is to be closed by Government.
The High Court has asked the Financial Services Ombudsman if a bank is allowed to increase mortgage interest rates at times when the rates set by the European Central Bank are historically low.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said an official in Fine Gael dealt with the appointment of John McNulty to the board of the Museum of Modern Art, and did not report to officials dealing with his Seanad nomination.
Gardaí in Dublin are looking for a teenage girl who has been missing for more than a week.
The owner of two shetland ponies that were removed from a Finglas housing estate yesterday is attempting to get the horses back.
John McNulty says he wants to draw a line under the controversy surrounding him, and he has done nothing wrong.
The Seanad has struck down a plan to haul in Enda Kenny for questioning over the John McNulty affair.
A body has been found on a bog in Co. Meath where a man abducted and murdered was believed to have been secretly buried by the IRA.
Cannabis plants worth an estimated €200,000 have been seized in Co Cavan.
The Commission for Energy Regulation has just published the cost of water, with charging to begin tomorrow.
Motorists are being urged to avoid the M50 near Blanchardstown after a trailer carrying hay or silage bales caught fire.
A former Fine Gael councillor has resigned from the board of Irish Water.
The High Court is being asked to quash the government's decision to transfer the water supply to Irish Water.
Twelve people have been arrested during protests against the installation of water meters in North Dublin.
The mother of a girl killed in a tragic farm accident has described her beloved daughter as a "bright, intelligent, popular girl."
A high-profile publican is defending his position that front-of-house staff in his bars should be Irish.
Two young Irish men have died in separate accidents abroad.