The PRO of Limerick Marine Search and Rescue has slammed the actions of a person who allegedly phoned in a bogus alert that, a woman had jumped into the River Shannon ...
Clampers in Dublin have decided to take industrial action over a pay dispute.
The HSE has confirmed that a perinatal death took place at Portlaoise Hospital two days ago, on March 8.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has arrived in the UK for a two-day visit saying it was important for the European Union to include a strong Britain.
The Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said the Central Bank should contact UCD economist Morgan Kelly to discuss his predictions of a 'meltdown' for SMEs.
Final preparations are being made for the second Irish Defence Forces deployment to war-torn Syria.
Frank Flannery has quit his roles within Rehab and Fine Gael.
Efforts to deal with the North’s troubled past have failed, Amnesty International claimed.
The Minister for Justice and Defence Alan Shatter is calling on Rehab director Frank Flannery to appear before the Public Accounts Committee.
The Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has admitted that the government may need to consider extra budget measures this year for Irish Water, depending on a ruling ...
The man accused of murdering childcare worker Elaine O'Hara in Dublin has failed in his latest attempt to secure bail.
Con Horan is the first witness from the Financial Regulator's office to be called to give evidence at the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank executives.
The main players in Ireland banking sector have said there is no "real basis" for claims from a leading economist that small and medium firms are facing a "wipe-out". ...
A man has appeared in court charged with a major drugs find in north Dublin.
The Government has made €15m in funding available to renovate vacant council houses.
The Irish Medical Organisation says plans for Free GP care are "doomed" without full negotiations with doctors over resourcing the scheme.
A major crackdown on drug dealing in Dublin city centre has been launched, to coincide with the lead up to St Patrick's Day.
A Labour Junior Minister Kathleen Lynch says Frank Flannery "needs" to appear before the Public Accounts Committee.
A man is in hospital after he was stabbed in Dublin last night.
The Irish Patients Association says people on prescription medicine should be given consent forms to ensure they are warned about possible side effects.
Gardaí are investigating the discovery of the body of a woman in Dublin.
Clampers in Dublin are considering strike action over a pay dispute.
The stormy winter helped to lower energy prices for electricity suppliers, but consumers won't see the benefit just yet.
Efforts are underway at Leinster House to find 21 missing artworks.
Frank Flannery is said to be "still considering his position" on the growing calls for him to appear before the Public Accounts Committee.
Students are following job prospects when deciding college courses, according to CAO applications.