A 24-year-old man has been arrested after a major drugs and firearms seizure in Dublin.
The Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald has announced the closure of a section of Mountjoy jail used to house 'protected prisoners'.
Fifteen-year-old Sait Canbulla has been located safe and well in Ballymote, Co Sligo this afternoon, gardaí have confirmed.
Two women and a man have been arrested following the seizure of a number of firearms and drugs in Tallaght, Dublin yesterday.
Residents in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk have come under repeated shelling despite a fragile ceasefire agreement imposed last week.
A fourth doctor has died of Ebola in Sierra Leone after a failed bid to transfer her abroad for treatment.
Britain will take “whatever steps are necessary” to help an international push to destroy the “evil” extremist group who murdered aid worker David Haines, British Prime Minister David Cameron said today.
Pope Francis has married 20 couples in St Peter’s Basilica – with one bride already a mother.
Somebody thought this would be a great design for the Colombian women’s cycling team kit.
The excitement is building!
Winter is on its way, with days that are slow to brighten and dusk falling earlier, so it’s time to get out the box sets and the duvet and put the runners in storage until Spring, right?
It’s Saturday, everyone - and you know what that means. Time for our round-up of the best memes/pics/internet-y stuff of the week.
Hollywood actor and former child star Lindsay Lohan says she has put her troubled period behind her and is determined to win an Oscar.
Amy Winehouse has been immortalised with a life-size statue.
Rumours that Beyoncé and Jay Z are expecting their second child have intensified after Jay Z changed some of his song lyrics.
The X Factor has continued to shed viewers with the audience for last night’s show down one million UK viewers compared to its launch a fortnight ago.
Ireland today: It is going to be a dry and fine day with sunny spells, although cloud will ...more weather
Manchester United's stellar squad trounced QPR to hand Louis van Gaal his first win as manager.
Limerick 1-12 Kilkenny 0-10
Limerick emerged from the embers of last year’s final defeat to emerge stronger and deservedly claim the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie title at Croke Park this afternoon.
Down 1-12 Laois 1-8
Down produced a blistering final quarter to win their fourth Liberty Insurance All-Ireland premier junior camogie title at Croke Park.
Greg Norman is recovering from a chainsaw accident that nearly cost him his left hand, but not his sense of humour.