A round-up of this morning’s top news.
Irish Water will tomorrow start reading meters in advance of their first round of bills.
Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill praised the self-belief of his players after seeing them fight back to snatch a vital Euro 2016 qualifier draw against Poland.
The Garda Ombudsman is investigating a complaint that an armed detective frequently worked as a paid coach for a rugby club while on duty.
Allianz HL Division 1 quarter-final
Cork 0-18 Wexford 0-14
Probably just as well Cork have three weeks to prepare for their league semi-final for this victory posed far more questions than it provided answers.
Since Saudi Arabia foundation, its leaders have tried to keep a friendly regime in power in Yemen to prevent it from posing a threat. However, Mohamad Bazzi says this time the stakes are higher
We’ve all seen the videos - people returning home from abroad to surprise their families.
A powerful earthquake rattled the South Pacific nation of Papua New Guinea, generating a small tsunami and frightening people near the epicentre, but prompting no reports of damage or injuries.
Pilots with a history of depression should not be banned from flying commercial jets, according to a leading British psychiatrist, in a warning against a knee-jerk reaction to the French Alps air disaster.
The Russian businessman Filaret Galchev, who owns a 10.8% stake in Swiss building materials group Holcim, via Eurocement Holding, has rejected the merger offer that France’s Lafarge has made for Holcim, a Swiss newspaper reported.
Taylor Swift cleaned up at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, winning artist of the year and song of the year for Shake It Off – and even assisted Madonna by strumming her guitar on stage while the Material Girl sang a new song.
The Rubberbandits are bringing a new show to a town near youby Richard Fitzpatrick