A Wicklow man has been jailed for life for the murder of a woman he had a one-night stand with over Christmas 2014.
There were no trains or Bus Éireann buses operating out of Limerick, causing chaos for commuters.
A worker in Cork has been rushed to hospital after a metal beam injured him.
Justice minister Frances Fitzgerald is coming under pressure over the latest Garda scandal involving almost 15,000 wrongful road traffic convictions.
Enda Kenny has signed a book of condolence for the victims of Wednesday's Westminster terror attack.
Dive teams have begun searching the wreckage of a Coast Guard helicopter for its three missing crew after it crashed into the Atlantic over a week ago.
A 40-year-old Wicklow man has been found guilty of murdering a woman he cheated on his wife with.
Common ground exists between the Stormont parties as the deadline looms for saving power-sharing, the Northern Ireland Secretary said.
The body of a woman who was raped and murdered at a tourist resort in India has been flown home to Ireland.
A TD told to remove a Daffodil Day pin in the Dáil wants the Leinster House dresscode to be more fairly enforced.
A man has been arrested after three police officers escaped injury when their patrol was targeted in an explosive attack.
The CSO also released figures comparing the average age of first-time mothers in 2015 to the year 2000.
There are 363 people waiting for beds at hospitals around the country this afternoon.
Patients in Dublin are being put at risk because of a lack of adequate ambulance cover in the capital, according to a HIQA review of pre-hospital emergency care.
There are fresh calls for touting legislation after Electric Picnic tickets appeared online for multiple times face value.
Gardaí have started a two-day crime crackdown in Co Meath as part of Operation Thor.
A car has burst into flames on the M8 Dublin/Cork road.
Garda HQ will conduct a fresh review of security strategies after the London terrorist attack and are monitoring the reaction of a small number of jihadist sympathisers here.
A cyclist has died following a traffic collision on Patrick's Street, Dublin last night.
In the North, peace building continues today, without the Sinn Féin veteran Martin McGuinness at the table.
Update 12.03pm: Divers are likely to search the wreckage of Rescue 116 this afternoon.
Thousands packed the streets of Derry City today as the body of the former Stormont deputy first minister and ex-IRA commander was brought through the streets of his home town for the final time.
15,000 litres of laundered fuel was seized by Revenue officers in Wicklow.
Gardai have said they are investigating claims by a young Cork woman that she was held against her will by up to five people in a Kerry B&B before being raped by a man.
The closures are expected to lead to around 220 redundancies.
A Tipperary man has been convicted of cruelty for keeping dogs in appalling living conditions.
A man has been jailed for life for murdering his friend in Wicklow.
Some 830,000 cases have been reviewed by the force and people affected are being contacted but the Policing Authority said there are potentially thousands of people caught up in the errors.
Latest: Delivering the graveside oration for Martin McGuinness, Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams appealed for his legacy to be built on by achieving equality and freedom in Ireland.