Latest: The Air Accident Investigation Unit has defended its decision to publish the final words of the crew of Rescue 116.
Four flares were let off into the Waterford sky as a wreath was laid at sea in a tribute to the crew members of Irish Coast Guard helicopter R116.
Hundreds of well-wishers paid tribute to the crew of Rescue 116 at a special ceremony today.
An RNLI tribute will take place for the crew of Rescue 116 today.
A report into the R116 helicopter crash off the coast of Mayo has recommended that the company that runs the Coast Guard service in Ireland should review route guides in use by search and rescue helicopters.
A report into the Rescue 116 helicopter crash has recommended there should be a review of route guides in use by search and rescue helicopters in Ireland
An initial report into the Rescue 116 helicopter crash says it "pitched up rapidly" in its final seconds.
The Marine Institute's ROV submarine carried out its last dive off Blackrock island today, and has left Blacksod bay on board the Irish Lights vessel the Granuaile.
Searchers for the remaining missing crew members of Coast Guard helicopter Rescue 116 are concentrating on the area around the crash site again after the disappointment over the weekend’s flotilla exercise.
A flotilla of trawlers has found nothing after combing a swathe of the Atlantic off north-west Ireland for two winchmen missing from a crashed search and rescue helicopter.
The RNLI says they are grateful to the civilians who joined rescue teams for yesterday's massive sea search off Mayo and Donegal.
Latest: There is still no sign of missing Rescue 116 crewmen Ciarán Smith and Paul Ormsby, despite one of the largest sea searches ever undertaken in the history of the state.
UNLESS weather conditions deteriorated dramatically overnight a major sea search is underway off our north west coast.
Up to 1,000 people will this weekend mobilise in an air, sea, and land search for missing R116 helicopter crew members Paul Ormsby and Ciarán Smith.
Latest: A large fleet of trawlers is being organised to search part of the Atlantic off the northwest coast for the two winchmen missing from crashed Coast Guard helicopter Rescue 116.
The families of the two missing Rescue 116 crewmen, Paul Ormbsy and Ciaran Smith, have appealed to fishing vessels along the north west coast to join the search.
Latest: Searches are to continue for two missing Irish Coast Guard crew members after a major operation to lift their helicopter from the sea failed to locate them.
Latest: The Air Accident Investigation Unit has released a statement confirming that no mechanical anomalies were found on the health and usage monitoring system and multi-purpose flight recorder recovered from Rescue 116.
The funeral of Captain Mark Duffy was held at the St Oliver Plunkett Church, Blackrock, Co Louth, yesterday.
THERE was a chilling coincidence around yesterday’s funeral of Captain Mark Duffy, who died when the Coast Guard helicopter crashed off the coast of Mayo 18 days ago.
Latest: "I love you to the moon and back," these were the words of Captain Mark Duffy’s wife Hermione at his funeral this morning.
The heartbreaking video posted on Youtube has resulted in an outpouring of emotional posts as father of two Captain Mark Duffy is laid to rest.
"The reason why is there are attractive positions outside the Air Corps."
Latest: The time of Captain Mark Duffy's funeral mass has been announced.
Operations at the crash site of Rescue 116 off the Mayo Coast have wound down for the night.
Two weeks after Rescue 116 came down off the County Mayo coast, a major operation is continuing to try and locate two crew members who are still missing.
Rescue teams which recovered the body of an Irish Coast Guard pilot from the Atlantic seabed have said their hearts go out to the family.
The focus of the Irish Coast Guard helicopter Rescue 116 search mission off the North Mayo coast has shifted to the recovery of the remaining two missing crew members, writes Evelyn Ring.
Rescue teams which recovered the body of Irish Coast Guard pilot Captain Mark Duffy from the Atlantic seabed have said their hearts go out to the family.
Latest: Gardaí have confirmed the body recovered from the wreckage of Irish Coast Guard helicopter R116 this morning is that of Captain Mark Duffy.
LATEST: The body of a crewman of an Irish Coast Guard helicopter that crashed into the Atlantic 11 days ago remains trapped in the wreckage.
Update 10.30pm: Gardaí have confirmed a body have been discovered on board the wreckage of the Rescue 116 aircraft.
Update 12.03pm: Divers are likely to search the wreckage of Rescue 116 this afternoon.
Update 10.30pm: Rescue workers off the Mayo coast hope to dive on the wreckage of Rescue 116 tomorrow.
Latest: Wreckage of the rescue 116 helicopter has been found off the county Mayo coast.
Update 9.30pm: The Air Accident Investigation Unit has released a statement saying they have rescued a significant amount of debris from the R116.