EU leaders agreed the outline of an agreement they hope to put to Turkey this morning to ease the migrant crisis.
The incoming government faces industrial unrest in schools and colleges with the threat of one-day strikes in half of second-level schools in the autumn.
Child sex abuse victims are attending Galway University Hospital’s emergency department (ED) for examination because the State’s only 24-hour forensic treatment service for under-14s has closed.
Members of the public, and perhaps people facing deportation, are being targeted by a sophisticated telephone scam that extracts money.
The largest garda representative organisation is facing a vital ballot on rosters, and the election of new leaders, which will determine if it is to become more militant.
The recent rise in oil prices has steadied prices at the pumps, but motorists are still more than €500 a year better off than they were two years ago.
Demolition work on the site of Cork’s proposed €53m events and conference centre is expected to begin after Easter.
The Islamic State (IS) militant group has committed genocide against minority Christians and Yazidis as well as Shi’ite Muslims, US secretary of state John Kerry said, a finding that is unlikely to greatly change US policy toward the group.
President Vladimir Putin has warned that Russia can rebuild its forces in Syria “in a few hours”, if necessary, and will continue striking extremist groups.
Liverpool claimed a place in the quarter-finals of the Europa League and it was made all the sweeter by earning it at the home of bitter rivals Manchester United.
Johnny Sexton admits he’s been frustrated by the lack of support from referees and officials during a bruising Six Nations campaign.
Boosting renewable energy generation to meet global climate goals could save as much as $4.2trn (€3.75trn) a year by 2030, according to a report asking lawmakers to strengthen clean energy policies.
Heineken is likely to ask Vijay Mallya, who owes creditor banks more than $1bn, to step down from the board of United Breweries, India’s largest brewer.
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Under glorious blue skies, the St Patrick’s Day parade snaked through Dublin, led by disability campaigner Joanne O’Riordan.
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