Isil bride Lisa Smith held in rebel safe house after Syria 'jail break'
Isil bride Lisa Smith is being held in a Syrian rebel safe house after escaping from a detention camp at the weekend.
Isil bride Lisa Smith is being held in a Syrian rebel safe house after escaping from a detention camp at the weekend.
The 40 years of the Dublin Marathon are chronicled in a new book by 'Sunday World' sports journalist Seán McGoldrick.
Gay Byrne was unable to attend his wife Kathleen Watkins' book launch last night due to a bad infection.
ICONIC Irish rock band Thin Lizzy have been nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the first time next year.
Motorists were left stranded on the M8 after heavy rain flooded part of the motorway in Co Tipperary.
A staged chemical/biological threat took place at Casement Aerodrome, Baldonnel, yesterday in an operation that tested how the Defence Forces deal with such attacks.
A garda suffered injuries to his face after he was slashed.
A garda has suffered injuries to his face after being attacked yesterday evening in Dundalk, Co Louth.
Ryan Tubridy insisted he was genuinely concerned for climate activist Greta Thunberg's "health and wellbeing" as he replied to criticism of his controversial remarks about her.
An 'Éire 7' sign at Hawk Cliff in Dalkey, Dublin, has been "painstakingly" refurbished for the first time since World War II.
Ryan Tubridy will this morning reply to the criticism he received after suggesting climate activist Greta Thunberg should be "brought home and watch a movie".
Dublin manager Jim Gavin will be honoured with the Freedom of the City for leading the Boys in Blue to five All-Ireland wins in a row.
A shared-living build-to-rent accommodation scheme in Harold's Cross, Dublin, that included one bedroom of just 6.3sqm has been turned down.
A man has died after falling down a shaft in an office building in Dublin 4 earlier this afternoon.
Thousands of Dublin GAA supporters have been left frustrated after failing to secure a ticket for the homecoming of their All-Ireland heroes.
Let the good times roll. Thousands of Dublin GAA fans celebrated on the double as they cheered the men's and women's All-Ireland winning teams.
Let the good times roll! Some 15,000 Dublin GAA fans celebrated both All-Ireland wins again as they welcomed their heroes home today
A record 3,286 sexual offences were reported to gardaí over a 12-month period, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
The day before embarking on my first ever ski trip, I accidentally stumbled upon a YouTube compilation of the world's worst skiing accidents.
Richard Keogh feels "responsible" for the car accident which led to his season- ending knee injury and the arrest of two Derby County team-mates on suspicion of drink-driving.
The survivor of a brutal knife assault which left her friend dead has expressed her horror that convicted killer Peter Whelan is getting escorted day releases just six years into his life sentence.
A boy missing from his home in Co Wexford has been found safe and well.
Irish rail passengers are experiencing significant delays after a train struck a cow this evening in Co Tipperary.
Greta Thunberg has addressed the online abuse she has received since speaking out about the impact of climate change.
RYAN Tubridy has said that he is concerned for climate activist Greta Thunberg's "health and wellbeing" as he addressed controversial remarks he made about her.
Dublin manager Jim Gavin will be honoured with the Freedom of the City for leading the Boys in Blue to an All-Ireland five-in-a-row.
As the sun went down last night, tens of thousands of culture vultures from around the country embraced everything that their towns, cities and villages had to offer.
As the sun went down, tens of thousands of culture vultures from around the country embraced everything that their town, city and village had to offer.
An elderly man who shot and killed his neighbour in Co Mayo is said to be "absolutely devastated" as he was being comforted by relatives last night.
Local and national news publishers have united to call for reform of defamation laws and to cut VAT on print and digital newspapers.
Now in its 14th year, Culture Night has grown to become one of the most enjoyable events of the year, accessible to everyone of all ages, and boasting over 4,000 events across the country.
The largest cultural event ever in Ireland is set to kick off on February 1 next year with the official launch of Galway 2020.
A cyclist has been rushed to hospital this evening after he was hit by a cement truck in Lucan, Co Dublin.
Students who are burned out by an excessive use of social media are being warned that their grades may suffer if they don't put down their phones.
Customers and staff had a 'miracle' escape after a Jaguar car ploughed through the front of a north Dublin shop yesterday afternoon.
Two IT graduates from DCU have launched a new app to give shoppers the opportunity to donate to people in need at no extra cost to themselves.
Cross-border shopping for alcohol needs to be discouraged "at all costs", according to Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (DIGI), as new data shows that the price of booze remains significantly cheaper in Northern Ireland.
Cross-border shopping for alcohol needs to be discouraged “at all costs”, according to Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (DGI), as new data that shows that the price of drink remains significantly cheaper in Northern Ireland.
It's 35°C in Turkana, north-west Kenya, and inside a makeshift hut sits a widowed mother who hasn't eaten anything in four days. I settle down on a goatskin rug and notice that the baby boy cradled in her arms is watching me as I set up my recording device and camera.
Children as young as 11 could be capable of killing people by hacking into their pacemakers, a cyber security conference has been told.
THE family of an Irish man who went missing in Spain has confirmed that he has been found "safe and well."
An urgent appeal has been launched to find a Dublin man with dementia who has gone missing in Spain.
Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan has admitted that the Government cannot deal with the threat of cyber-attacks on its own.
THE return of duty-free for travellers between Ireland and the UK is sure to mark a "booze cruise" renaissance. Except that in the days of budget airlines, it might be cheaper to fly to Britain and back rather than taking the ferry.
Father Dougal McGuire's blissfully dim expression has been immortalised thanks to his fans at the Irish Wax Museum.
He cheered on the Galway camogie team from his hospital bed and even offered some pointers to the captain, so it was only fitting that GAA fan Darragh Ruygers was the first young patient at Our Lady's Hospital in Crumlin to lift the O'Duffy Cup yesterday.
The Beef Plan Movement has begun protesting outside distribution centres owned by supermarkets, despite distancing itself from ongoing demonstrations at meat factories.
A community is in mourning after a school teacher died in an early morning car crash.
RTÉ star Ray D'Arcy said he is prepared to take a pay cut from his €450,000-a-year salary, but his fellow presenters remain tight-lipped on whether they will follow suit.
A school teacher who died in an early morning car crash has been named as Craig Lynch, a noted athlete who previously represented Ireland at the European Championships.
A second man has been arrested in connection to the violent death of Clondalkin father-of-two Vincent Parsons.
A mental health charity has accused Roy Keane of reinforcing dangerous stereotypes by indicating that men showing emotions is a sign of weakness.
The price of a pint of beer in Wetherspoon pubs is being cut by an average of 20p, with the company calling it an example of how leaving the customs union with the EU can reduce prices.
The Irish Hospice Foundation has urged people to be compassionate to those going through bereavement after Roy Keane mocked former striker Jon Walters for "crying" on television when talking about several tragedies that befell his family.
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THE United Kingdom will not be able to make a “clean break” from the EU even if a Brexit deal is agreed, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned.
The small number of Mike Pence supporters who waited in the rain and cold yesterday in Doonbeg were not let down as the US vice president spent more than 10 minutes with them chatting about his Irish roots.
A taxi driver had precious cargo on board after he helped his passenger give birth in the back of his cab.
Gardai are investigating reports of an alleged sexual assault at Electric Picnic over the weekend.
Broken tents, squashed cans and a sea of litter was left strewn across the Electric Picnic festival grounds again this year, but organisers have insisted there was a "definite improvement".
More than 3,700 children across the country are starting the new school term without a home as the homeless crisis rises to "deeply disheartening" proportions.
Two separate investigations are being carried out into the circumstances surrounding the death of seven-year-old schoolboy Devin Shepherd, killed in an accident involving a Dublin City Council road sweeper on Sunday afternoon.
MOURNERS attending the funeral of a young boy who died after being struck by a vehicle during a "workplace accident" have been asked to wear bright colours by his devastated family.
A community has been left devastated after a seven-year-old boy died after being struck by a vehicle during a “workplace accident” in Dublin yesterday.
Most of the 700,000 migraine sufferers in Ireland face a continuous stigma that they are just over-reacting from a bad headache.
A community has been left devastated after a seven-year-old boy died after being struck by a council vehicle during a "workplace accident" in Dublin yesterday afternoon.
A community has been left devastated after a seven-year-old boy died after being struck by a vehicle during a “workplace accident” in Dublin this evening.
A garda based in the organisation's headquarters has been arrested on suspicion of unlawfully possessing gun components.
Gardaí were called to a meat processing plant in Co Cavan after a farmer allegedly damaged its outer walls with his tractor.
An on-the-run fraudster is a suspect in the theft of more than €400 from a mother who believed she was buying tickets for Sunday's All-Ireland final.
A pregnant woman charged with the murder of a Cork toddler has been granted bail.
A pregnant woman charged with the murder of Cork toddler Santina Cawley (2) has been granted bail.
An on-the-run convicted Dublin fraudster is a suspect in the theft of more than €400 from a mother who believed she was getting tickets for Sunday’s All Ireland final in return.
The first direct flight route between Israel and Ireland is set for take-off next summer.
Irish parents are the most likely to praise their children and the least likely to lose their temper when faced with naughty youngsters, a new study has revealed.
A mother has lost €420 after falling victim to an elaborate scam to sell All-Ireland final tickets to her.
Around 300 contractors working for Apple who had frequently heard confidential recordings via Siri have lost their jobs.
Gardaí have arrested a man in his 30s and seized four firearms in Co Monaghan after searching a car today.
A woman who was scammed out of €420 as she tried to buy All-Ireland tickets has said the conman even promised the children with her a free tour of the stadium before he vanished with her money.
A man was executed in front of children in a caravan park yesterday in a dramatic escalation of the Drogheda gang feud.
Four youths have been arrested by gardai in connection with a petrol bomb attack on a house in Drogheda, Co Louth last month.
A “friendly and warm” young man remains in a critical condition in hospital following a serious assault at the weekend.
Disgruntled beef farmers in the midlands brought a number of meat-processing facilities to a standstill yesterday following a second wave of unofficial protests.
A 34-year-old man left critically ill following an assault in Dublin on Saturday night has died.
Passengers at Dublin Airport got a wake-up call they didn’t expect after they were allegedly ‘soaked’ in coffee by the staff at Starbucks.
A 34-year-old man who was left critically ill following an assault in Dublin on Saturday has died.
A former addict whose needle-scarred arms shocked the nation 13 years ago has warned casual drug users that they are putting their lives on the line, following fears that a bad batch of drugs is in circulation.
A spectacular and diverse festival showcasing the music, dance and culture of various nations from around the world will be held at Mountjoy Square this weekend.
Hollywood Star Marilyn Monroe’s family tree has been traced back more than a thousand years to Ireland, a DNA study has revealed.
The Government has launched a €12m campaign to boost Irish tourism over the next three months.
A former Miss Ireland contestant, who made a miraculous recovery after being hit by a car last year, has been left homeless following her release from hospital.
Student Conor Dillon, from Swords, Co Dublin, described the HSE's decision to scrap the Rehabilitative Training allowance as "a slap in the face" to those with disabilities.
The decision to cut a vital training allowance for people with disabilities has been slammed as an attack on society's most vulnerable.
A decision to cut a vital training allowance for people with disabilities has been slammed as an attack on society's most vulnerable.
The toxic relationship between farmers and the meat industry must come to an end, Agriculture Minister Michael Creed has warned.
Despite being caught up in a bitter dispute with processors over prices, hundreds of beef farmers from around the country were determined to keep the atmosphere of the Tullamore Show in Co Offaly alive.
Agricultural Minister Michael Creed has said the ‘toxicity’ between farmers and the meat industry must come to an end.
Hospital waiting lists to see a specialist have reached a record high of 564,829, as Ireland continues to have among the worst waiting times in Europe.
Hospital waiting lists have reached a record high of 564,829 patients in line to see a specialist, as Ireland continues to have one of the worst waiting times in Europe.
A man has died and his grandson has been seriously injured in a road crash in Dundalk, Co Louth.
TRIBUTES have been paid to well-known Irish businesswoman Jennifer Taaffe after she passed away following a battle with cancer.
There was more frustration for thousands of GAA fans who were desperate to secure an All-Ireland semi-final ticket before all 82,300 got sold out.
Passengers at Dublin Airport looked on in astonishment as a horse and cart dropped off a die-hard Dubs fan at Terminal 2 before his flight home to the US.
There was more frustration from thousands of GAA fans this morning who were desperate to secure an All-Ireland semi-final ticket before all 82,300 were sold out.
Thousands of GAA fans were left outraged as they scrambled in huge queues for All-Ireland semi-final tickets for Mayo and Dublin's Croke Park clash.
One woman's persistence has been credited with bringing to light an IT glitch that led to thousands of women not receiving their cervical screening results.
Thousands of GAA fans across the country have been left frustrated as they scramble in huge queues for All-Ireland semi-final tickets for Mayo and Dublin's Croke Park clash.
A teenager who won €45,000 playing 'Fortnite' plans to give most of the prize money to his parents for allowing him to pursue his dream of becoming a professional gamer.
More than one child a day was accidentally locked inside their parents' car last year, figures from the AA Ireland have revealed.
A priest has urged families not to bring "appalling" items like cigarettes or beer up to the altar during funeral Masses.
A popular north Dublin hotel has hit back at an illegal dumper after she was caught on CCTV throwing her weekly rubbish into its bins.
Love/Hate actor Laurence Kinlan has told of his anger after his mother was viciously attacked and robbed in Dublin city centre.
More Irish supermarkets have been forced to recall bottled water because of "elevated" levels of arsenic.
The 100th Liffey Swim will kick-start the long weekend as planned, despite the river's water quality being described as "exceptionally poor".
The 100th Liffey Swim will go ahead tomorrow, despite the river’s water quality being described as “exceptionally poor”.