Revealed: How much music-lovers will fork out at festivals this summer - and it doesn't include tickets
Nearly a quarter of Irish adults will spend an average of €316 each at music festivals this summer - and that doesn't include the price of...
Nearly a quarter of Irish adults will spend an average of €316 each at music festivals this summer - and that doesn't include the price of...
The coastal town of Skerries was united in grief this morning as around a thousand mourners paid their respects to Jamie McAllister who tragically...
Telephone's, wellies, computers and even the kitchen sinks from the former Central Bank building went under the hammer in a massive auction.
An angler got more than he bargained for after he hooked two massive sixgill sharks off the coast...
TELEPHONES, wellies, computers and even the kitchen sinks from the former Central Bank building went under the hammer in a massive auction.
People attending tonight's Shawn Mendes concert at the 3Arena will be subject to pat-down body searches, a ban on backpacks and other heightened security measures in the wake of the Manchester Arena bombing.
A massive search for a missing crewman after his fishing boat capsized and sank just metres off the coast of Skerries has recovered a body.
A massive search off the coast of north county Dublin for a missing fisherman has been stood down for the night.
A member of the State’s spending watchdog is calling for an investigation into allegations of spending malpractice at some of Ireland’s top universities.
Mount Dillon, Co. Longford rivalled Florence in southern Italy as Ireland basked in the hottest day of the year so far.
A seven-month-old baby girl has died in hospital after she was left unattended in a car for a number of hours on the hottest day of the year.
A Dublin couple with two young children was among a dozen homeless families whose only alternative...
Representatives from across the political spectrum were united in grief as they stood for a minute's silence in solidarity with the victims of the Manchester terror atrocity.
Most people believe the taxman should come down hard on bloggers and other 'social media influencers' who don't declare monetary and other 'gifts', a new survey reveals.
A village's beloved vintage phone box has been reborn as a miniature library.
Gardaí helped raise more than €63,000 for a mental health charity after successfully climbing four mountains in three days.
Thousands of volunteers are being sought to help organise the visit by Pope Francis at next summer's World Meeting of Families.
It is "unacceptable" that cancer patients are being subjected to undue stress due to the shortage of chemotherapy drugs, according to a leading oncologist.
Smokers who use vaping devices could turn to the black market to buy nicotine oil in bulk as new EU-wide rules come into effect today, a leading retailer has warned.
The number of Irish children suffering from life-changing bowel disease has increased threefold in recent years, which experts believe could be linked to ready meals and hyper hygiene.
A Dublin woman who had 14 surgeries has told about the difficulties faced by people living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).
One of the six young people involved in a horrific car crash in Cavan last weekend has died in hospital.
The much-maligned avocado is not only hurting millennials' in the wallet - it's now sending people to hospital.
It was the advice for millennials that has left a generation divided: if you want to own a home, then stop buying avocado toast.
Parents and teachers must lead by example and not let children's lives by ruled by computer algorithms, according to an expert on cyberbullying.
The baggage scales used by airlines are being inspected regularly for accuracy.
Grandparents and other casual childminders will balk at being vetted by gardaí in exchange for a State subsidy, a veteran childminder has warned.
Grandparents and other casual childminders face Garda vetting if they want to access a new subsidy.
Grandparents and other casual childminders face fast-track garda vetting if they want to get a new Government subsidy.
A businessman had a lucky escape after his apartment was destroyed by a fire that broke out while he was at work.
Patrick Monaghan is a strong believer in the old adage "if you fall off your horse, get right back on".
Arts Minister Heather Humphreys has vowed to put Ireland in the frame and target lucrative investment from the film and TV industry.
A young Saudi woman living in Ireland says she has no problem with her country being given a seat on the UN Commission on the Status of Women - despite concerns over Saudi Arabia's human rights record with women.
The cystic fibrosis community is outraged and demanding an apology from a health economist who claims State funding of a life-saving drug for CF patients is putting others at risk.
Electronic tagging is among a raft of new measures to beef up the monitoring of sex offenders that is expected to become law by spring, Justice Minister and Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald confirmed last night.
Wall-to-wall sunshine across the country had the mercury nudging just slightly below 18C at Ireland's hotspot on Valentia Island in Co Kerry - just two degrees below Valencia, Spain.
The traditional first-aid treatment for jellyfish stings is all washed up and could actually cause more harm than good, a ground-breaking new study from NUI Galway reveals.
Now you can see the doctor while picking up your pension or posting a letter.
Call them the plucky seven.
Mobile phone addiction and "fake health news" are the biggest health threats facing teenagers today, according to fitness guru Karl Henry.
The majority of parents driving to the new national children's hospital in Dublin will have to pay regular car parking charges, it has emerged.
Mobile phone addiction and “fake health news” are the biggest health threats facing teenagers today, according to fitness guru Karl Henry.
Hundreds of people attended a candle-light vigil held in honour of murdered father-of-three Stephen Lynch in Dublin last night.
Irish people looking to work in Australia need not panic - despite changes made to one of the country's most popular visa programmes, according to a leading visa expert.
Hundreds of mourners brought a housing estate in Tallaght to a standstill on Wednesday night in a candle-light vigil honouring slain father-of-three Stephen Lynch.
Over 20,000 people have signed a petition seeking to prevent the Sisters of Charity from becoming the owner of the new National Maternity Hospital.
The Force is strong with more than 2,000 devotees who listed Jedi as their religion in the most recent census.
Survivors of the Magdalene Laundries are appalled that the controversial Sisters of Charity order that ran the notorious workhouses will still own the new National Maternity Hospital - even if it is independently run.
A savage assault on a female garda and her male colleague has "sent shock waves" through front-line gardaí, who are demanding body video cameras to record attacks against them.
A three-year-old child was rushed to hospital last night after being hit by a car.
Two gardai were savagely attacked in Co Mayo in the early hours of Sunday morning.
A bereaved mother, who learned that the remains of her premature son were left in a hospital ward for weeks, says parents must be informed of all aspects of their children’s burial in the future.
A German tourist has been airlifted to hospital after breaking an ankle while hiking in a beauty spot in West Cork this afternoon.
A leading cycling campaigner fears a slew of "anti-cycling" posters that mysteriously appeared on a popular biking route in north Co Dublin were designed to incite hatred towards cyclists.
It's been almost two years of wedded bliss for one of Ireland's first same-sex married couples.
A Canadian father who admitted to flying to Ireland twice to have sex with an Irish teenager whom he groomed online is to be sentenced today in Canada.
The organiser of the World Irish Dancing Championships has appealed for more local support for the competition.
Members of the Irish Defence Forces who risked their lives to save more than 15,000 migrants from the Mediterranean are to get an additional €15 a day in 'danger' pay.
RELATIVES of a young father killed by a friend with more than 70 road traffic convictions are "disgusted" by the 18-month sentence he received for causing death by dangerous driving.
A construction tycoon who has built up a collection of more than a hundred vintage tractors is expected to pull in well over €1m when his beloved farm trucks go under the hammer later this month.
People visiting Dardistown Cemetery should not have to pay a new parking toll designed to prevent the grounds from being used as a dump or free parking, according to Dublin Lord Mayor Brendan Carr.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has personally pleaded with the Egyptian President for the immediate release of jailed Dubliner Ibrahim Halawa on humanitarian grounds.
The strike by Bus Éireann drivers is costing working mother Sharon Keogan both time and money.
Jobstown protesters have been warned they would face 'the most severe of consequences' if they attempt to intimidate jurors at the upcoming trial of Dublin TD Paul Murphy on false imprisonment charges.
UNOFFICIAL pickets, which caused major disruption for early morning commuters, have been lifted but road users are warned to expect a "hectic" evening.
People living in social housing sometimes feel pressure to adopt 'posh' accents or lie about their housing situation due to the ongoing stigma of living in council properties.
Close to 50,000 new social housing units are to come on stream over the next five years as part of a €5.4bn housing strategy, Housing Minister Simon Coveney announced today.
Proposals for extra bus lanes on Dublin's busiest quays will lead to increased traffic congestion and might reduce footfall and spending in the city centre, it has been warned.
A new ferry service linking the Republic with Northern Ireland on Carlingford Lough is due to being this summer.
Hillwalking groups welcomed the overturning of a €40,000 award made to a woman who sued after injuring herself while hiking in the Wicklow mountains.
Gardaí are investigating a suspected hit and run in Dublin city centre after a coach luggage door is believed to have hit three pedestrians, leaving a woman fighting for her life.
Gardai are investigating a suspected hit and run accident that killed a young pedestrian last night.
A miniature version of Andy Warhol's iconic silkscreen of screen legend Marilyn Monroe can be yours next month - if you have more than €15,000 to spare.
More than a century after they first met on its steps, the National Library is now home to private correspondence between James Joyce and William Butler Yeats.
Pro-choice activists vow to defy the law and hand out abortion pills in major centres and universities next month as part of their campaign to repeal Ireland’s controversial abortion laws.
Researchers at Trinity College have proved the old adage that 'just because there's snow on the rooftop doesn't mean a fire's not burning in the furnace'.
She has seen a lot in her career as an A&E nurse, but nothing could prepare Berna Breen for the constant parade of casualties suffering from gunshot and stab wounds when she worked for a week in one of the most violent places on Earth.
A toxic work environment rife with bullying, excessive drinking and "perverts" is making life a living hell for workers at the National Museum, a damning report by RTÉ's 'Drivetime' programme claims.
A solo yachtsman who was sailing a boat he had purchased in the UK back to Ireland was dramatically rescued by an Irish naval ship after getting into trouble off the coast of Cork this afternoon.
The 1916 commemorations were a shining example of the spirit of inclusiveness between Ireland and the UK, according to Arts Minister Heather Humphreys.
The writing has been on the wall for some time over the future viability of HP Inc.
An automatic driving ban for anyone caught drink driving is among tough new measures Transport Minister Shane Ross intends to impose to reduce the carnage on our roads.
The full extent of the crisis over hospital waiting lists has been laid bare as it emerged 49,000 public patients have been "hidden" from official figures.
The physical and emotional agony of public patients and their families waiting months - if not years - for treatment is laid bare in an RTE Investigates documentary airing tonight.
A man and a woman are being held for questioning after a young woman was found unconscious on a street with head injuries in a suspected assault.
A large number of mourners are expected at the funerals next week of a beloved priest and former GAA star who passed away while on holiday in South Africa.
It cost close to €40m last year to house homeless families in unsuitable hotel accommodation, the latest figures from the Dublin Regional Homeless Executive (DRHE) reveal.
Around 110,000 Bus Éireann passengers could be left without a service indefinitely after unions announced an all-out strike will take place from February 20 that could ultimately spread to Irish Rail and Dublin Bus.
Transport Minister Shane Ross has claimed a Bus Eireann strike will be "very damaging" to the travelling public as Siptu confirmed industrial action will go ahead on February 20.
Children from the Irish-Peruvian community delighted in gifts they received during a visit to Áras an Uachtaráin.
President Michael D Higgins has launched a thinly veiled attack on US President Donald Trump's controversial immigration ban.
Irish writer Sebastian Barry has emulated the feat of Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney in winning the Costa Book of the Year twice.
A bereaved mother subjected to a barrage of abuse by an irate caller during a live phone-in show says she feels vindicated after the broadcasting watchdog upheld part of her complaint.
Environmentalists from around the world have stepped up their campaign against Donald Trump's proposed wall.
Atrocious table manners, belly laughs and the humiliation of being stood up were among the highlights of the RTE dating show First Dates Ireland which returned to the small screen tonight for the second series.
Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan intends to monitor Donald Trump's anti-immigration policies "very closely" as the 45th president began his clamp down on illegal immigrants.
The search is on for Ireland's latest EuroMillions winner after a ticket sold here won the entire jackpot worth €88.6m.
Gardai have issued an appeal for information in connection with a suspected “gay bashing” cold case in which a former set designer on The Late Late Show was brutally stabbed to death 34 years ago.
The High Court has approved the appointment of an interim examiner in a move that will allow the Dublin hotel at the centre of last year's most high-profile gangland murder time to restructure its debts.
Former US president Bill Clinton paid tribute to Dermot Gallagher - a key architect of the Northern Ireland peace process - as hundreds of mourners attended the well-respected diplomat's funeral.
Former US President Bill Clinton paid tribute to Dermot Gallagher - a key architect of the Northern Peace Process - as hundreds of mourners attended the funeral of the former diplomat this morning.
Bloggers and celebrities who receive undisclosed gifts or payment to flog products and services under the guise of celebrity endorsement could ultimately wind up in jail for tax evasion.
Today is apparently the most depressing day of the year.
More than 1,000 mourners gathered yesterday for the funeral of respected civil servant TK Whitaker, who passed away at the age of 100.
Retired teacher Geraldine McGuire has a simple message for other health insurance consumers: buyer beware.
MICHAEL D HIGGINS and his wife Sabina were among more than a thousand mourners who paid their respects this morning to Dr TK Whitaker who passed away at the age of 100.
Football legend Packie Bonner has credited former Ireland manager Jack Charlton with inspiring him to achieve greatness.
The country is officially feeling the bite.
Over a thousand mourners packed a church this morning to pay their final respects to a beloved local teacher who tragically died in a horror road accident last weekend.
Batten down the hatches as the first real blast of winter is set to strike tonight with strong winds, freezing temperatures and possibly sleet and snow.
A winter break in Cape Town turned into a holiday from hell for an Irish family stranded in Turkey for five days by snow.
The country is bracing itself for an Arctic blast that could bring snow, ice and freezing temperatures as a polar front from Iceland settles over the country later this week.
A ground-breaking new Irish study has given a cautious green light to using e-cigarettes as a cost-effective way to quit smoking.