The legendary musician, poet and songwriter was best known for his work with trad-punk fusion band The Pogues.
Met Éireann have said that temperatures are to plummet, with most of the country issued with Status Yellow ice warnings.
The first transatlantic flight powered entirely by sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) has taken off from London’s Heathrow bound for JFK airport in New York.
From today, anyone suffering from domestic abuse is entitled to five days leave from work in order to access supports.
The Taoiseach said the Government will use the full resources of the law and machinery of the state to punish those involved in the violence in Dublin last night.
The sisters of Denise Morgan, the Louth woman murdered by her abusive ex-boyfriend in New York last month, have spoken about the “warning signs” of a dangerous relationship.
Delivery service, DPD Ireland has issued a warning to customers purchasing online to be cautious in the lead up to the busiest online shopping period of the year.
Picture This announce huge summer shows at St Anne’s Park, Dublin on Saturday 1st June and Musgrave Park, Cork on Saturday 15th June.
A care worker who stole more than €45,000 from an elderly woman with dementia has been jailed for two and a half years.
Jozef Puska has received a mandatory life sentence for the murder of Ashling Murphy.
Paid sick leave is to increase to 5 days from 1 January 2024, the Government have confirmed.
An Garda Síochána is advising the public to pay “particular close attention” when considering potential investments, after a 77% rise in reports of investment fraud this year.
The teacher recruitment and retention crisis in Irish second level schools is worsening.
Today marks the first anniversary of the death of CervicalCheck campaigner, Vicky Phelan. A woman who “saw things as they are, rather than how others wanted them to be,” and “just wouldn’t give up.”