LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: All six defendants found not guilty in Jobstown trial; Colm Cooper confirms famous All-Ireland final day nap
Fewer than 400 people died by suicide last year - the lowest level in more than 20 years - but there was a 6.2% increase among women.
An Iraqi commander said his forces have taken Mosul's landmark al-Nuri Mosque compound that was destroyed by the Islamic State group last week.
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner insists he asked for "nothing out of the ordinary" in the controversial race for the 2018 World Cup.
Five men were arrested and several unlicensed firearms have been seized following a garda-led blitz in Cork.
Richie Hogan has no intention of returning to teaching, having quit it to concentrate on hurling on a full-time basis.
A historic city convent which has undergone a €10m conservation and regeneration project is set to open as an iconic heritage and visitor centre.
While US action is needed over the death of Otto Warmbier in North Korea, the goal must be to ensure no other student meets his fate, writes Dan DePetris.
The singer also made an emotional plea for fans to support the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
The “alien” was even wearing its seat belt.
Electrical goods group Dixons-Carphone has decided to pull out of the Irish mobile communications market and sell its stuttering iD Mobile arm.