Man dies after being knocked down by car
A man has died after being knocked down in Co Limerick.
A man has died after being knocked down in Co Limerick.
Scuffles broke out in central Dublin at the launch of the anti-Islamisation group Pegida.
Gunmen dressed up in police uniforms opened fire in an Irish hotel lobby, killing one man and seriously injuring two others, during a packed weigh-in for a European boxing title fight.
Sir Terry Wogan's funeral will take place next week, the BBC has announced.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has ruled out a deal with any independent TDs in order to secure power.
One man has been left fighting for his life and three others suffered hypothermia after they were rescued from a capsized boat on the River Shannon.
Election front-runner Fine Gael has come under attack from rivals over its sums after launching a 10 billion euro (£7.7bn) package of spending and tax cut promises.
Existing safeguards are good enough to protect Ireland's blood supplies from the Zika virus, health chiefs have said.
Champions of plain-speaking have devised a dictionary to help voters with the onslaught of political jargon over the coming weeks.
Six fishermen were rescued after their scallop boat broke down in the middle of the night.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has announced on Twitter that a general election will be held on February 26.
Two adults have been confirmed with the Zika virus, health chiefs have said.
Authorities have been urged to fine general election hopefuls who flout the law by putting up campaign posters before the poll is called.
Some healthcare workers responsible for people with disabilities being kept in a foster home where rapes allegedly occurred are still employed by the state, it has been revealed.
An Irish woman and a Scottish man have died after a yacht ran into trouble and crashed on the western coast of South Africa.
An Irish ticketholder has come forward to claim a 66 million euro share of Friday's EuroMillions jackpot.
Musician Colin Vearncombe, known as Black, is to be remembered in a memorial in his native city after his death in a road accident.
A commission of investigation is to be set up into allegations of abuse and cover-up at a foster home in the south east.
A father-of-three who drowned after a canoe capsized would have been leading a search and rescue if it had been someone else, those who knew him have said.
The gay marriage referendum sparked an influx of calls to a support service for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people as it recorded its busiest year.
Budget airline Ryanair has seen passenger numbers rise by a fifth as it cut prices to boost bookings in the wake of recent terrorist attacks.
Some 130 jobs are being created at a call and customer service centre.
A pensioner killed in a road accident in which two gardai were also injured had been missing from a nursing home.
Sir Terry Wogan's friend Father Brian D'Arcy has spoken of their emotional "last shake hands" and goodbye.
God is "way off" if self-declared atheist Sir Terry Wogan does not have a place in heaven, his friend Father Brian D'Arcy has said.
A man has collapsed and died while walking through central Dublin, gardai said.
Sir Terry Wogan's home city is opening a book of condolences to allow citizens to mark the passing of a "true son of Limerick".
Sir Terry Wogan's passing will be felt across Britain like a death in the family, friend and fellow broadcaster Henry Kelly has said.
Sir Terry Wogan acted as a bridge between Ireland and Britain, Irish premier Enda Kenny has said.
Michael D Higgins has led the tributes to Limerick-born broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan, who has died aged 77 after a battle with cancer.
Tributes have poured in from the world of showbusiness and beyond for broadcasting great Sir Terry Wogan, who has died from cancer.
Sir Terry Wogan has been hailed as a "national treasure" after his death from cancer aged 77.
Labour would secure a referendum on abortion, radically slash childcare costs and boost weekly State pensions if returned to government, party leader Joan Burton has vowed.
There will not be political progress in Northern Ireland until it is accepted that victims' issues need to be dealt with in a transparent way, the son of a Catholic RUC officer shot dead 39 years ago said.
A ticketholder in Ireland has won 66 million euro, sharing Friday's massive Euromillions jackpot.
A leading street artist has dismissed claims a politically charged artwork on the Moore Street 1916 battlefield site was drawn by the world-renowned Banksy.
Customs officers have seized almost 10 million black market cigarettes in the last week.
Ireland's unique postcode system cost 20 million euro more than originally forecast as the bill for encoding public sector databases was not initially counted, a spending watchdog has been told.
Regrets, we had a few.
Europe's banking chiefs blocked Ireland from saving as much as 9.1 billion euro on crippling bank debts, the banking inquiry has revealed.
Critics often accuse Gerry Adams of having a double identity.
Health chiefs have been ordered to review how they run basic background checks on medics who move between hospitals in light of findings from a fitness to practise inquiry.
House prices across the country continue to rise except in Dublin where values are dropping slightly, latest figures show.
Betting chain Paddy Power has said it expects a 9% boost to profits, buoyed by "good" trading at the end of last year.
The Government should be embarrassed by its failure to bring in new anti-corruption laws four years after proposals were announced, a watchdog has said.
A major bank is to create about 100 jobs this year as it opens a new trading floor in the International Financial Services Centre.
Musician Colin Vearncombe, known as Black, has died after suffering head injuries in a car accident.
Stormont's First Minister has defended the Irish Taoiseach's right to voice an opinion on Brexit, but warned that people in Northern Ireland "don't take too kindly to people telling us what to do".
Major multinationals are stalling on plans to invest in the UK while eyeing up Ireland in the event of a Brexit, Dublin's Central Bank chief has said.
A coalition of trade unions, NGOs and rights groups has called on the Government to back a Robin Hood tax on bankers and stockbrokers which could raise up to 360 million euro (£273m) a year.
Ireland's new banking chief has vowed to shake up the mortgage market to make it easier for homeowners to switch lenders.
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