Latest: UK court hears details of lewd messages RTÉ producer allegedly sent to '13-year-old girl'
An intellectually disabled young man with serious health and other difficulties is to remain detained in hospital until his condition stabilises, the High Court has ordered.
Charles Manson, the hippie cult leader who became the hypnotic-eyed face of evil across America after masterminding the gruesome murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in Los Angeles during the summer of 1969, has died after nearly a half-century in prison.
Here are all the highlights you may have missed from last night's Fenway Hurling Classic.
A newly-published book gives a rare insight in images and words into the daily lives of those who inhabit the only Cistercian monastery for women in Ireland.
Joe Kernan wasn’t conflating Ireland’s failure to win with what he perceived was the failure of the referees to do their jobs in Perth on Saturday. Hands up, he knew his team didn’t do enough to claim the Series, although a Test win was well within their grasp.
The Christmas celebrations got off to a glittering start last night as upwards of 20,000 people flocked to Cork city centre for the switching on of the Christmas lights, with Lord Mayor Tony Fitzgerald lighting up the city centre shortly after 7pm.
Mary Lou McDonald is seen as the chosen candidate to fill the position of Sinn Féin president, writes Elaine Loughlin
The first acts have been announced for Forbidden Fruit 2018 and the line-up so far is looking very promising.
"One is a genius the other’s insane."
The news could spell trouble for retailers, many of which rely on a spike in sales in the final months of the calendar year to help boost revenues.