Gardaí to brief Government on gangland crime
The Government has defeated Sinn Féin's attempt to abolish Irish Water and scrap charges immediately.
I repeat, Westmeath have beaten Kilkenny in hurling!
Department of Social Protection officials came under fire when they told a Dáil committee community welfare officers are helping thousands of distressed tenants by providing rent advances and help with deposits.
Colm Cavanagh is the embodiment of the modern sweeper, influencing the GAA world as Kim Kardashian does fashion, writes Mike Quirke.
It's the time of year that nature is at its most visible.
On the surface, the water charges motion dominating the Dáil last night and this evening is focused on whether the fees should be abolished immediately.
Exams in the social media age are crazy. It’s like leaving the room and not just asking your mates what they put for question 4b, but asking literally thousands of people.
Konami today announced PES 2017, which it says will let players control reality.
Belgian prosecutors have detained four suspected Islamic State (IS) group recruiters who they say may have planned new attacks in the country.
Leicester City star Jamie Vardy is set to marry his fiancee Rebekah Nicholson in a lavish ceremony today.
Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has said that the airline is on course to usurp Air Berlin as the second largest player in the German market behind national flag carrier Lufthansa.
A Florida judge has denied online media company Gawker's motion for a new trial in the Hulk Hogan sex-video case and will not reduce a $140m jury verdict.