RTÉ reunited Darragh Smith and Stephanie Sarpong to perform on The Ray D'Arcy Show.
A man has been found dead beside a train line in Drumcondra in Dublin.
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses and potential victims following a number of reported assaults that occurred in the Connolly Station area on Wednesday.
Irish Rail is describing an incident of alleged racial-abuse on a train as "shocking" and "upsetting".
Irish Rail conceded that “thousands” of commuters were affected by a signal failure at Heuston Station today which was described as the “worst fault” the railway experienced in years.
The Notre Dame fire has strengthened the argument in both economic and environmental terms of investing and looking after heritage buildings both here and abroad, writes Kyran Fitzgerald.
Drinks company, innocent is introducing the Brightside Choir - a choir for people who can't sing.
Tickets will be valid for one day and give passengers the opportunity to take one free DART journey.
Irish Rail are expecting "very significant" delays as emergency services respond to a "tragic incident" at Harmonstown.
We have to admit, we don’t hate it.
Latest: A woman aged in her 20s was arrested at Dublin Airport today.
Cyclists in Dublin have held protests along two of the city's busiest bike lanes.
A bridge in Dublin city has been hit twice today by trucks in two separate incidents.
Bus Éireann driver Ken O’Donnell said they never wanted to let people down, but they have been let down themselves.
A 20 year old man died after he collided with his brother and lost control of his scrambler bike on waste ground in Dublin city centre.
The Phoenix Park Tunnel line is now open to commuters for the first time in more than a century, connecting stations between Kildare and Dublin.
It's the work of artist John Braine who has painted the much-loved faces onto traffic boxes near Connolly Station.
If you’re walking by Connolly Station in Dublin any time soon, you may notice some familiar faces staring back at you.
A mother whose teenage daughter died after taking ecstasy has thanked her friends for their bravery in “spreading awareness for the greater good”.
The mother of a teenage girl who died after taking ecstasy thanked her friends for their bravery in ‘spreading awareness for the greater good.’
Outgoing drugs strategy minister Aodhán Ó’Ríordáin has joined calls for action on the drugs problem after three suspected drug-related deaths in the last week.
The developers of the site where U2 recorded some of their albums have failed in their battle with Dublin City Council over a disputed Luas Red Line payment of almost €500,000.
A number of simultaneous artistic performances were staged around the country, as well as in London, yesterday, to highlight Ireland’s restrictive laws on abortion.
The exceptional bravery of a 10-year-old boy who clung to the window of a moving 4x4 to rescue his sister has been commended.
Here we go again re a rake of reannouncements.
The developers of the site where U2 recorded some of their best-loved albums have entered a battle with Dublin City Council over a disputed Luas Red Line payment of almost €500,000.
A mother was refused a payment out of her child’s personal injury award so that she can buy a car.
A wheelchair user was left alone on a locked train in Dublin as there were no staff available to help him disembark.
A man who uses a wheelchair was last week left alone on a locked train in Dublin as there were no staff available to help him disembark.
The Right2Water campaign is finalising a de facto manifesto for potential election candidates which will focus on the wider austerity debate.
Recently while back home in Dublin, I was struck by the level of filth and neglect on every single bit of the railway line from Skerries into Dublin City, regardless of the locality being well off or disadvantaged.
An 82-year-old woman who fell on an escalator at Connolly Station, Dublin, when she got on it because the lift out was of order has settled her High Court action for €90,000.
A 82-year-old woman who fell on an escalator at Connolly Station, Dublin, when she got on it because the lift was out of order has brought a High Court action for damages.
OUR ideology crumples when confronted with vested interest.
Last year saw a surge in tickets issued to motorists who parked in cycle lanes in Cork City, figures released under the Freedom of Information Act have shown.
Anti-water-charge protesters are to take to the streets of towns of cities in a series of co-ordinated demonstrations by local groups.
Socialist TD Joe Higgins has stressed the only way the anti-Irish Water campaign will survive and succeed is through “peaceful protest” that does not plumb the depths of “insulting” comments against officials.
Pro-choice campaigners have called for a straightforward ‘yes or no’ referendum on abortion next spring after throwing down the gauntlet to officials by illegally bringing abortion pills over the border.
A man has been killed by a train in Co Wexford today.
Their do-it-yourself approach has won many fans and helped Delorentos win the coveted Choice Music Prize. Now with a major label on board they tell Ed Power about exciting times ahead.
The ESB has said that thousands of homes have no power this morning after overnight high winds and heavy rain.
The Luas cross-city construction works have been halted after bones were unearthed during digging.
It was love at first fare.
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