Tests carried out on guns after gangland killing
Ballistic experts are conducting forensic tests on two guns found in the wake of a suspected gangland assassination in Dublin.
Easter Rising medals presented to Irish Defence Forces
The President has awarded medals to members of the Irish Defence Forces to recognise their efforts in a year that marked the centenary of the Easter Rising.
Criminal Mark Desmond shot dead in Dublin
Notorious criminal Mark 'The Guinea Pig' Desmond was shot dead in west Dublin last night.
Man dies in suspected gangland shooting in Dublin park
A man has been shot dead in a suburban park in Dublin in a suspected gangland assassination.
A signed manuscript of a Seamus Heaney poem, an original 1922 Irish Proclamation and...
A treasure trove of historic items including a signed manuscript by Seamus Heaney is set to go under the hammer in Dublin later this month.
Dublin Regency Hotel murder: Tyrone man fighting extradition over alleged role in...
A Co Tyrone man fighting extradition over his alleged role in a gangland murder at a Dublin hotel is undergoing further neurological assessment, a court heard on Friday.
Body found in search for woman missing from ferry travelling from Wales to Ireland
A body has been found in a major search operation for a woman believed to have fallen from a ferry in the Irish Sea.
Pat Hickey remains in Rio as lawyers confirm no bail payment made
Pat Hickey’s legal team in Brazil say that no bail payment has yet been paid to the courts in Rio de Janeiro.
Body found by rescuers searching for missing ferry passenger
Rescuers searching for a ferry passenger believed to have gone overboard in the Irish Sea have found a body.
'I’m not talking about this anymore': Tyrone footballer McCarron quizzed on alleged sexual...
Tyrone Gaelic football star Cathal McCarron was involved in a tense radio interview last night, after he was questioned about an alleged sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl.
Gerry Adams must deliver answers on Stack killing, says Irish minister
The Republic of Ireland's justice minister has said prison officer Brian Stack was murdered by "IRA thugs" and that Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams must come clean on any information he has in relation to the case.
Pensioner killed in road crash
An elderly man has died in a road crash, gardai said.
Ireland's Central Bank denies turning away UK businesses
The Republic of Ireland’s Central Bank has not tried to turn any UK banks or firms off setting up in Ireland in the wake of the Brexit vote, its deputy head said yesterday.
Donegal beats world-famous destinations to be named 'coolest' place to visit in 2017
Donegal has topped National Geographic Traveller's 'Cool List: 17 for 2017'.
'That evil killer will not silence our beautiful Clodagh' – Sister and mother of murdered...
The mother and sister of murdered mum Clodagh Hawe have vowed to honour her life by preventing other families from suffering the same devastation they have.
'Line crossed' when media tycoon O'Brien's banking details revealed
One of Ireland's richest men has asked the High Court to rule that a line was crossed when two elected representatives disclosed details of his banking affairs in parliament.
Aer Lingus flight from Dublin forced to make emergency landing amid fears for...
An early morning Aer Lingus flight to Vienna was forced to make an emergency landing in Frankfurt after an elderly woman became ill on the plane.
Ryanair's new package holiday service 'will transform the travel industry'
Ryanair has launched a package holiday service which it claims will be the best value for travellers.
Family of missing Arlene Arkinson 'deeply frustrated' at inquest delays
The family of missing teenager Arlene Arkinson is deeply frustrated by delays in concluding a long-running inquest, a coroner's court has heard.
Real IRA commander Aidan O'Driscoll shot dead in Cork ambush attack Republic of Ireland
Rory McIlroy firm records pre-tax losses of £13.5m Republic of Ireland
Peta protests: Dublin café owner responds to 'woman on a plate' stunt: 'I can't... Republic of Ireland
Son of murdered prison officer Stack challenges Gerry Adams to name IRA... Republic of Ireland
Watch: Son of murdered prison officer Brian Stack calls Gerry Adams 'a liar'... Republic of Ireland
Joy as Josh Martin's cancer growth is halted Northern Ireland
Carl Frampton pays tribute after former opponent Alejandro Gonzalez Jr 'executed' in Mexico World
Mum's agony over 'woman who failed to act' as teen died of drugs in her home Northern Ireland
Could 1983 Brian Stack murder signal final act in Adams' long career? News Analysis
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Jobs boost as Northern Ireland shopping centres ring up new tenants
Ballymena traders' fury as roadworks hit Christmas trade
Linfield and Rangers set to hail goalscoring legend Simpson
Apprentice Grainne McCoy toasts survival as Trishna fails gin test
Bruce Springsteen: 'Depression's been a big part of my life since I was a very, very young boy'
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NI Chamber President's Banquet at Waterfront
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Woman gives birth to her own grandson
QUB winter graduations - full results .... and no Kim Kardashian lookalikes in sight
Nearly naked woman on giant Christmas plate in Belfast city
Taken star Liam Neeson quits Northern Ireland fight club over abortion row
Belfast at night: Stunning aerial photographs
Video: Shocking footage shows dissidents with rocket launchers roaming Belfast streets
Girl raped 43,000 times vows to help sex slaves
Amazing tale of NI boy taken in by Batman actor
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Man steals pot of gold worth $1.6m
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