Two men have been arrested after an oil laundering plant was uncovered in Co Meath.
Two men who barged their way into the home of two brothers because they claimed they wanted a “straightener” over a drug debt have been jailed for stabbing the men’s ...
The jury at the inquest of a toddler who died after falling from an upstairs window has urged the HSE to publish immediately the full review of the ambulance service's ...
12 staff members have been suspended from a Dublin care facility over concerns around the standard of care provided.
The Minister for Children described the number of child sex abuse allegations against the Christian Brothers as "chilling".
Ireland's President Michael D Higgins has described the memorial ceremoney for Nelson Mandela as a very moving experience.
The Taoiseach has again ruled out an independent inquiry into the payment of top-ups to some health managers.
The Health Minister says he thinks the Irish health service has turned a corner.
Many bereaved victims of the North’s conflict decided not to apply for financial help after those that did were left stressed and frustrated, the region’s largest ...
Gardaí in Dublin are renewing their appeal for the public's help in tracing the whereabouts of a missing 14-year-old boy.
An investigation has been launched into the armed hijacking of a woman's car in County Laois last night.
More than 40% of offenders who are on probation re-offend within three years, latest official figures show.
A Sinn Féin TD has rubbished speculation that he could be about to join Fianna Fáil.
Almost 2,000 vehicles have been stopped at checkpoints designed to thwart dissident republicans in Belfast, police said.
The European Parliament has approved a fishing reform intended to ensure that overfished seas can repopulate.
Ireland has been named the best tourism destination for the second year in a row by the US Global Traveler magazine.
The Christian Brothers have said that "they deeply regret" the hurt caused by their response to abuse allegations which resulted in only 12 brothers being convicted ...
The High Court has heard the Director for Public Prosecutions will not press charges against a man described as the largest facilitator of child pornography on the ...
A Galway man who pulled out a firearm and threatened to shoot a dog owner after their dogs became entangled has avoided a jail term.
A Dublin man who broke an off duty garda's nose at a Swedish House Mafia gig at the Phoenix Park last year has been remanded in custody pending sentence.
A 22-year-old with 140 previous convictions has been sentenced to eight years after being stopped at a garda checkpoint with a petrol bomb.
Police in the North are appealing for witnesses to a fatal road crash in Portadown which happened almost a week ago.
An audit of how the Christian Brothers dealt with abuse allegations has found only 12 brothers were convicted of crimes between 1975 and today.
A Sinn Féin TD has dismissed reports that he could be about to join Fianna Fáil.
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses after shots were fired on Dublin's northside overnight.
A man arrested in connection with a gun attack in county Offaly yesterday has been released without charge.
The Public Expenditure Minister Brendan Howlin says the former head of the Central Remedial Clinic could be compelled to appear before an Oireachtas Committee.
150 properties will go under the hammer at the largest Allsop Space auction to take place in Ireland today.
A number of reports on child abuse in the Catholic Church will be published this morning.
Gardaí in Cork are to carry out DNA tests to try and identify a motorcyclist killed after his bike hit a wall on the main Cork to Macroom Road on Sunday afternoon.
Medical card holders accounted for the majority of patients treated at 57 acute public hospitals across the country last year.
There has been a 6% increase in the number of professional job opportunities available to people in comparison with the same time last year, according to the latest ...
The Public Accounts Committee may seek the powers to compel current and former staff at the Central Remedial Clinic to appear before it.
Ten members of staff at Stewart's Hospital in Dublin have been suspended amid allegations over the standard of care received by some residents.