Gerry Adams to step down as leader of Sinn Féin next year
An investigation is underway into suspected fraud at the country’s largest hospice.
The body of a woman has been found in the hunt for missing teenager Gaia Pope, which UK police are "confident" is the 19-year-old.
Joey Carbery suffered a suspected broken arm in Ireland's edgy 23-20 win over Fiji in Dublin.
A licence for medicinal cannabis has been granted for the treatment of chronic pain for the first time. The move has been described by the medical profession as an “important development”.
Rare enough are athletes for whom defeat can be dismissed as an occasional evil; rarer still those who manage to evade it entirely.
Brewing giant Heineken is toasting a multimillion-euro refurbishment which has transformed its historic Irish corporate headquarters into one of the funkiest office spaces in the country.
There is never a right time to go. But, surrounded by his loyal supporters, Gerry Adams is tonight expected to announced he will stand aside as president of an organisation he has led for more than half of his 69 years, writes Elaine Loughlin.
Incredibles 2 will hit theaters on June 15, 2018.
While a local resident called the rogue skywriting spectacle “pretty funny”.
Businesses in Cork are unanimously confident about the future despite external threats such as Brexit, according to a survey, with more than three-quarters of firms planning to hire in the next year.