‘One Night for All’ - Culture Night is back with a bang for 2023 as it celebrates its 18th birthday.
Eamon Butterly, former manager of the Stardust nightclub, has taken to the witness stand at the inquest into the deaths of 48 people who died when fire engulfed the building during a Valentine’s Day disco in 1981.
The security of Leinster House will be under review today, after TDs and staff were unable to leave the grounds of the building for several hours due to protests.
Bijou Philips has filed for divorce from Danny Masterson, two weeks after the disgraced star of 'That 70's Show' was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison for the rapes of two women.
Bord Gáis Energy, one of the largest energy providers in Ireland, today announced price cuts of 15.5% off the current unit rates of both gas and electricity.
The cost of living and housing are set to dominate today's proceedings at the Dáil, as Government ministers and TDs return to Leinster House following the Summer recess.
An Irish student has died following a kayaking accident in the United States. Ella Mills, from Dublin, was studying English at Columbia University.
AIB has warned of a new wave of investment scams targeting Irish customers. The scammers assume the identity of genuine bank and financial services staff, using their real names and job titles, to build trust with their victims.
Patrick Kielty made his debut as host of The Late Late Show last night, replacing Ryan Tubridy, who stepped down last March.
Met Éireann has warned that persistent rain may lead to localised flooding in parts of the country today.
Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC) has fined TikTok €345m after an inquiry into how the social media giant handled the data of child user accounts.
Former ITV News presenter Alastair Stewart has been diagnosed with onset vascular dementia.
Two weather warnings have been issued, with Met Éireann predicting heavy rain for 13 counties across the country.
Director-General for RTÉ Kevin Bakhurst has announced a recruitment freeze with immediate effect.
RTÉ board members are to go before the Oireachtas Media Committee today to face further questions regarding financial controls.
Minister for Justice Helen McEntee has condemned the recent violent incidents in Galway City.
Road safety lessons could be on the cards for Leaving Cert students, with Education Minister Norma Foley writing a letter to the Road Safety Authority last week.