The Minister for Finance has admitted a ruling by Eurostat, that the cost of Irish Water must remain on the Government's balance sheet, is "embarrassing" and "controversial" for the government.
The family of a husband and wife who died on Monday are asking for privacy.
Two Hungarian women working as prostitutes in Ireland described their brothel keeper as a “second mother” and a friend, a court has heard.
A man charged with murdering another man in a "frenzied" knife attack had to be restrained by several gardaí at Limerick District Court after he lashed out at officers.
Gardai say they are treating the death of a woman in Co Louth yesterday as murder.
Serious failures by Permanent TSB has led to people losing their homes, a damning investigation has revealed.
Sinn Féín has warned that the only way to get Irish Water off the state's balance sheet is to increase water charges.
Eircom and Vodafone have today been convicted and fined for continuously sending customers over-charged bills.