Three men in their 20s were hospitalised after a stabbing in Co Galway yesterday.
Ferry companies serving the three Aran Islands and Inishbofin have agreed to discourage tourists from travelling during the crisis.
"The sun is shining very brightly this morning and knowing that one of our customers will be waking up with a smile as wide as the Shannon makes it all worthwhile!"
From the best bread to the best dairy, these awards have the cream of the crop.
Heavy hail showers were reported around the time each of today’s incidents occurred.
Twitch will no longer be the home of esports for Call of Duty, Overwatch and Hearthstone, with those games (and more) going to YouTube instead.
On RTÉ TV’s Eco Eye programme on Tuesday, presenter Duncan Stewart talked about the future of electricity generation in Ireland.
The murder and dismemberment of Drogheda teenager Keane Mulready-Woods last week sent a chill through this society.
Gardaí have arrested two people in relation to burglaries in the Limerick and Tipperary area.
A status yellow low temperature warning is in place across Leinster and Connacht until 11am this morning.
One of the rarest cars in the world has been donated to the National Museum by Ireland’s biggest collector of Rolls Royces.
Approximately €140,000 worth of heroin has been seized in a car at Loughrea in County Galway.
She was hit by a car while walking along a local road at Carrowmanagh in Oughterard at around 8.45pm on Tuesday night.
The much-maligned Brussels sprout is fast becoming the king of vegetables, says a west of Ireland organic farmer.
An environmental watchdog only became aware through media reports that several people had become ill in Limerick from consuming contaminated drinking water, an audit has revealed.
Childcare providers have been left with just days to find insurance solutions before they are forced to close.
Almost 11,000 vulnerable children are missing out on meals each day — because schools have refused to join a State-funded scheme.
The Government cannot say when the process of exhuming the remains of hundreds of children buried in the former Tuam mother and baby home will begin.
"He was overtaking a lorry and he failed to make it and swerved, crashing in to several vehicles."
One of the most interesting videos which many farmers saw at the National Ploughing Championships featured Agritech Ltd’s StrongBó automated weighing system for beef farms.
A man in his 70s was arrested following the incident
Commuters in parts of Dublin and Galway will see significant improvements on some of their busiest bus routes from today.
From Dublin to Galway to Cork, Paul McLauchlan meets the women at the heart of Ireland’s luxury independent boutiques.
IT WAS written about an old ruin in Co Wexford but it may as well have been written for any other place.
The jury assessing damages in a case taken by an Aer Lingus pilot against the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) over defamatory emails it sent is expected to go out to consider its decision on Thursday.
A €5m fine has been imposed on the State by the EU’s top court over a failure to comply with EU legislation that might have prevented landslides linked to the construction of a windfarm in the west of Ireland in 2003.
Current CEO Ronnie Counihan is to retire next year after 20 years at the helm of the historic hotel and 45 years in hospitality.
It is probably the strangest method ever devised for establishing a sea border anywhere in the world.
The wellness backlash has begun, writes Ciara McDonnell. So is it time to ditch the gratitude journals and Goop subscriptions?
A Co Galway-based Syrian family which lost four close relatives, including three young children, in Turkish-led military attacks on north-east Syria this week, has expressed gratitude for the overwhelming community response.
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