Partial remains identified as those of man (20) missing since 2000
Gardaí have been informed that partial remains discovered 17 years ago belong to missing person Aengus Shanahan.
Gardaí have been informed that partial remains discovered 17 years ago belong to missing person Aengus Shanahan.
An elderly woman has lost her life after she crashed into a tree.
The countdown is on - there is less than a week to go until polling day for the Presidential Election 2018.
Revenue has issued an official warning on the latest bogus phonecall scam.
A 15-year-old boy remains in a critical condition following a serious road traffic collision involving a truck in Co Laois.
One of the world's biggest boybands Westlife have announced their upcoming tour dates - and they're set to hit Croke Park.
Presidential hopeful Peter Casey has doubled down on his criticism of the Travelling community, saying they should “think and act as Irish people”.
Sinn Féin presidential candidate Liadh Ni Riada said she would be open to wearing a poppy on Armistice Day.
Weather forecasters have predicted more wet weather for the weekend ahead - and say Storm Callum's Status Orange warning was "deemed appropriate".
The south and west of the country were worst hit by Storm Callum as it swept over the country last night.
Met Eireann has urged people to "be vigilant" of weather warnings as the country braces itself...
A garda on patrol evacuated a historic building that went up in flames early this morning.
Presidential hopeful Gavin Duffy has claimed that RTÉ is "a fan-club for President Michael D Higgins".
A school in north Dublin has been closed today after a student allegedly posted gun-related threats online against staff.
Gardaí have arrested a woman in her 40s in relation to a stabbing incident in Cork, in which a man died and two other people were left injured.
A 15-year-old boy remains in a critical condition following a serious road traffic incident involving a truck in Co Laois.
Revenue have issued an official warning on the latest bogus phone call scam.
On Friday, October 26th, the country will be hitting the polls for both the presidential election and the blasphemy referendum.
A man - whom a High Court judge once described as having "a prolonged and deep history" with criminality - rang RTE's 'Liveline' to brand an early morning visit to his home by gardai with an arrest warrant as "ludicrous".
Gardaí have arrested a woman in her twenties after a seizure of drugs in the capital.
Over 30,000 homes and businesses are without power this morning - and some may take hours to be restored due to continuing stormy conditions.
THERE could be major disruption for travellers in the aftermath of Storm Callum on Friday, with some flights and ferry crossings already cancelled.
THE Department of Education has told schools, universities, institute of technology and all other education centres in areas affected by a status orange alert to remain vigilant and to “err on the side of caution”.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is "so far" satisfied with Communications Minister Denis Naughten's position after claims the National Broadband Plan contract has been "contaminated".
A 14-year-old schoolboy who was fearing deportation and has been granted leave to remain in Ireland said he is "happy and overwhelmed".
PRESIDENT Michael D Higgins surprised shoppers in the city centre as he began his campaign for a second term in earnest by pressing the flesh.
Customers whose social welfare payments were affected can expect payment to reach their account over the course of today.
Presidential hopeful Sean Gallagher has responded to criticism on his track record of public service over the last seven years.
A local newspaper has apologised for a "racist" and "offensive" 'joke' which featured on their 'It's Only A Joke' page.
Homeowners in Dublin have expressed fears over a "sinister" Sellotape trick they believe is being used to mark vacant properties.
Homeowners in the capital have expressed fears over a "sinister" sellotape trick they believe is being used to mark vacant properties.
It's not a bad outlook for the weekend, with "good sunny spells" on the cards.
The Chief Scout of Scouting Ireland Christy McCann has acknowledged it is possible he mishandled a 2016 rape allegation in the organisation.
Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy said he hopes TD Catherine Byrne "is not pulled into the Sinn Féin stunt" of a motion of no confidence in himself.
Shocking photographs have emerged of a sinkhole in the GAA grounds at Magheracloone, Co Monaghan.
Presidential campaign hopeful Gemma O'Doherty has been formally endorsed by Laois County Council to contest the upcoming election.
An incident in which an intruder accosted President Michael D Higgins in his Áras office is a "matter of concern", the Justice Minister has said.
Housing activist group 'Take Back The City' closed off Dublin's O'Connell Bridge in attempt 'to shut down the whole city'.
Irish Rail have cancelled a number of services today after a train struck a herd of cattle.
Housing activist group 'Take Back The City' are hoping to host their biggest protest yet across the country today.
Met Éireann forecaster Gerry Murphy has insisted that the Status Orange warning issued for Storm Ali was the correct level of caution.
The National Ploughing Championships "would have been on the brink of emergency evacuation levels" if it opened today, organisers were told.
The National Ploughing Championship will not open today following extreme weather conditions.
Storm Ali is wreaking havoc across the country with gusts of up to 150km/h.
Teams at the National Ploughing Championships are assessing any potential damage done to the site after Storm Ali wreaked havoc this morning.
A dad who lost his daughter in a hit-and-run incident has pleaded with drivers to "be careful" on Ireland's roads today.
People were asked to "stay off the road" and "not to make unnecessary journeys" as Storm Ali wreaked havoc nationwide today.
Forecasters have upgraded a wind warning for a total of 13 counties tomorrow as Storm Ali will track close to the west coast.
A Fine Gael TD has described a 'practical training session' by housing activists on how to occupy empty buildings as "concerning".
Forecasters have warned that Storm Helene passing over Ireland "heralds the beginning of a very active period of weather this week", as they expect gusts of up to 110km/hr and "intense rain."
A landlord has admitted she "would do things differently" after she lost at least €25,000 in an 18-month battle to remove rent-dodging tenants from her property.
Businessman and former 'Dragons' Den' judge Gavin Duffy has said he is "relieved" to have secured the endorsement of a fourth local authority, which allows him to take his place in next month's presidential election.
Forecasters at Met Éireann said they are monitoring Hurricane Helene in the Atlantic and will issue warnings, if required, closer to the time of landfall.
A WOMAN who presented a satirical presidential bid for the Áras race before Dublin City Council has said she "had to take it to an outrageous level to make her point".
A leading weather expert has reassured people that an oncoming Atlantic hurricane "will not be a repeat of Ophelia".
Gardaí are appealing for the driver of a white truck to come forward as he may be a potential witness to a fatal road incident.
A large cat believed to be on the loose in Cork has been described as "looking like a labrador dog with a much longer tail".
A major search has resumed this morning for a missing man on Lough Erne in Co Fermanagh.
The man behind a new charity after the closure of controversial Ataxia Ireland has slammed "career CEOs" and said this time, "the members are doing it for themselves."
Gardaí are investigating a suspected knife attack in Dublin's city centre last night.
A 49-year-old man has lost his life in a road crash.
BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Rachael Bland has passed away following a battle with cancer.
BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Rachael Bland has revealed how she is wrapping 18 years' worth of presents for her son ahead of her death.
The aftermath of the Electric Picnic site was "as if a nuclear Holocaust just happened" and reflective of a "throwaway culture", according to one festival-goer.
A total of six people have lost their lives on Ireland's roads since Friday evening.
Vandals who destroyed up to 30 headstones in a graveyard have been branded "disgusting" by a shocked priest.
A priest has said that he is in "a deep state of shock" after up to 30 graves were vandalised in a criminal damage spree at a well-known Dublin graveyard.
Labour Party leader Brendan Howlin today wrote to the Taoiseach calling on him to change the date of the Presidential Inauguration.
The parents of tragic Jastine Valdez have said they were disappointed her murderer died before they could learn his motivation.
The mother of murdered Jastine Valdez said she had a "gut feeling something terribly wrong had happened" when her daughter didn't return home.
A €100,000 grant fund has been announced to kick-start the LGBTI+ National Youth Strategy.
This dramatic footage shows a raging fire in a Co Wicklow housing estate.
Water pressure has been lowered at night in the Greater Dublin area as Irish Water warned that almost 100 supplies are "at risk."
There is no sign of Ireland's heatwave abating - as forecasters are now predicting the sizzling temperatures to continue into next week.
Commuters in Dublin experienced delays this morning following a two-car crash involving a garda car.
Fire crews have slammed people who opened "several fire hydrants" in Tallaght, Dublin last night.
Gardaí have released details of a suspect vehicle in a hit-and-run incident this morning.
A man was killed in a hit-and-run incident in the early hours of this morning.
This week's heatwave could result in this being the hottest summer in Ireland since 1976.
Gardaí are investigating the discovery of a man's body in the Tallaght area of Dublin.
A teenager who was reported missing from St Luke's Hospital in Kilkenny has been located safe and well.
Ireland will be hotter than the Algarve and the Canaries next week, with temperatures potentially soaring to a sizzling 29C.
An elderly man was killed and an elderly woman seriously injured in a single vehicle car crash this morning.
Power has been restored to up to 140,000 homes, farms and businesses after the country was battered by "severe and potentially damaging gusts" .
The summer weather is officially over - and we can expect gale-force winds and "wet and extremely windy" weather in the coming days.
A woman walking with a child on a bicycle was fatally struck by a car yesterday evening.
Gardaí investigating a fatal machete attack have recovered a firearm from the suspected getaway vehicle.
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses after a man was discovered unconscious on a street in Bray in the early hours of this morning.
Fire crews are currently battling an ongoing gorse fire in Howth as temperatures in the capital remain a toasty 22 degrees.
Need a holiday after the Leaving Cert? Irish teenagers can next week apply for a golden ticket to travel around Europe by train - for free.
The CEO of the Irish Amateur Boxing Association (IABA) has said "whatever went on" during the Bray Boxing Club gun attack yesterday "has nothing to do with boxing".
Gardaí have arrested two men and one woman following an armed robbery at a service station off the M9 in the early hours of this morning.
Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to an armed robbery at a service station off the M9 in the early hours of this morning.
WELL-KNOWN boxing trainer Pete Taylor is "doing fine" after an early morning gun attack which killed man one man and Taylor and another man were injured in, a friend has claimed.
Gardaí arrested two men after an incident on a train following the Tipperary-Cork match in Thurles on Sunday.
A man remains in a critical condition after he sustained a serious head injury in an incident outside a nightclub at the weekend.
A female dog-walker has been left in a serious condition after a hit-and-run collision this morning.
A leading bishop has called on Catholics who voted 'Yes' in the abortion referendum to "consider coming to confession".
French President Emmanuel Macron has hailed a Malian migrant a hero for rescuing a small boy dangling from a balcony - and has made the 22-year-old a French citizen.
Temperatures will soar to a whopping 26 degrees Celsius this week, making Ireland warmer than some of Europe's top hotspots.
The church's influence in Ireland is under threat after a landslide victory for the 'Yes' campaign in the abortion referendum, according to the Archbishop of Dublin.
The turn-out for the abortion referendum is the third highest-ever for a referendum in Ireland since the adoption of the Constitution in 1937.
Ireland has voted with a resounding 'Yes' to repeal the Eighth Amendment.
The Taoiseach's six-month time-line to introduce legislation following the repeal of the Eighth Amendment "is realistic", according to a lecturer in constitutional law.
Counting is well underway nationwide and it seems Ireland is moving towards a resounding 'Yes' vote.
The father of the late Savita Halappanavar said he has "no words to express his gratitude to the people of Ireland" as the country is on the brink of repealing the Eighth Amendment.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has reacted to the results of two exit polls ahead of the official referendum count, saying; "It's looking like we will make history."
Ireland is on course to legalise abortion after a massive turnout of young people seeking to repeal the Eighth Amendment, according to two separate exit polls.
The countdown is on and Ireland's referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment is now just hours away.
We can all say why we're voting what we're voting - but can you say it in five words or less?
Gardaí are appealing for information following an alleged sexual assault that occurred early Sunday morning.
A cousin of tragic murder victim Jastine Valdez has paid a heartfelt tribute saying "the most painful goodbyes are the one's that are never said and never explained".
Gardaí are appealing for information on an alleged sexual assault which occurred early Sunday morning.
An Irish nun who lived in the Philippines for 17 years has told of the comforting words she shared with the parents of Jastine Valdez.
Gardaí questioned a youth in relation to social media posts in which he made references to carrying out a school shooting.