Nama is to provide 18 million euro to finish two office blocks in Belfast, it has been revealed.
A serial sex offender has been sentenced to life in prison for the rape and murder of an Irish woman that outraged Australia's second-largest city.
Low-fares airline Ryanair has confirmed it would be buying around £10 billion-worth (11.6 billion euro) of new planes in a move that will create more than 3,000 jobs.
The sale of the harvesting rights for the country's state-owned forests has been abandoned.
The threat from dissident republicans remains severe, Justice Minister Alan Shatter has said.
Three fishermen have been rescued off north Donegal after their boat sank.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny is to hold talks with prime minister of Japan Shinzo Abe in Dublin.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has guaranteed there will be no hike in income tax in the next budget.
Savage education cuts are hitting the country's most vulnerable children while the state continues to bail out bankers and developers, campaigners have claimed.
A rebel Government TD has claimed new abortion laws are based on absurd notions and nonsense that could lead to widespread demand.
The wife of the world's most powerful man is sitting across the table eating fish and chips at your local - the stuff of dreams for most mere mortals, but for U2 frontman and self-styled anti-poverty campaigner Bono it was just another lunch at the top table.
Comprehensive compensation is needed for survivors of Magdalene laundries including unpaid wages and pensions and rehab for forced labour, a watchdog has claimed.
A Garda probe into the death of a mother and a daughter has been upgraded to a double murder investigation.
Primary teachers have backed the revised public sector pay deal.
Even the President's daughters want to brag about their Irish roots.
A youngster was rendered speechless as Michelle Obama affectionately greeted him and classmates backstage at a special performance of the dance spectacular Riverdance.
A 31-year-old man has been arrested over the sexual assault of a woman with special needs while she was out jogging.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of dissident republican activity after guns and ammunition were seized by gardai.
One of the last surviving Irish soldiers granted a pardon after fighting against Nazi Germany has laid a wreath to remember his comrades.
Some 142 jobs are to be created at a new fuel plant.
A Garda investigation is under way after the violent death of a mother and daughter in their home.
Medics missed an early opportunity to terminate the pregnancy of a woman who later died from septic shock when she suffered a miscarriage in an Irish hospital, a scathing report has found.
Michelle Obama has arrived in Ireland for a 24-hour visit while the G8 summit takes place.
Public sector workers of the Unite trade union have voted to reject the Government's revised pay deal.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has defended Ireland's tax laws following accusations the Government has "stolen" revenue from the UK.
US president Barack Obama's wife Michelle and their daughters will tour Dublin during the G8 summit.
An investigation into the death of a woman who was refused an abortion lays bare unacceptable practices, Health Minister James Reilly has said.
The body of a woman has been recovered on the banks of the River Shannon.
Online deals provider Groupon is to take on 20 new staff in Dublin.
Rescuers have moved to reassure seafarers off Ireland's south-west coast after reports that a lifeboat has been stolen.
Men are more likely than women to die from all types of cancer, researchers have revealed.
Mandatory sentencing should be abolished for all offences except murder, legal experts have advised the Government.
A planned compensation scheme for survivors of the Magdalene laundries will be published in the next two weeks, the Taoiseach has confirmed.
An Asian supermarket owner and one of gaming tycoon Richard Quirke's companies are among the top payers in the latest tax defaulters list.
Ireland's Catholic bishops have claimed people are being misled in the debate over planned abortion law reform.
More Government funding is needed to improve standards in Ireland's floundering childcare sector, Children's Minister Frances Fitzgerald has said.
A Garda watchdog will launch an investigation into the quashing of penalty points by officers within the force in the coming days.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny will hold talks with Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper before the G8 summit.
A site near Dublin Airport has been chosen for a new 'super' sewage treatment plant, it was announced.
A footballer is being investigated over an alleged assault at a popular nightclub in Dublin.
Women from poorer backgrounds are 42% more likely to be obese after childbirth, a report has revealed.
A pet dog was saved when it plunged 200ft down a cliff.
A 21-year-old man has drowned after getting into difficulty while swimming in the River Lee late on Sunday night.
Young gay and bisexual men have been warned that the risk of contracting HIV has grown significantly.
Three youths have been arrested following a burglary in Co Meath.
Thousands of pro-life campaigners took to the streets of Dublin urging the Government to scrap its plans for new abortion laws.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has pledged Ireland's absolute commitment to tackling global hunger as he recalled the Great Famine more than 160 years ago.
Hundreds of fundraisers have climbed nearly 12,000 feet over the last three days - helping to raise 200,000 euro for a homelessness charity.
A man in his 60s has died after the tractor he was driving crashed.
Former Republic of Ireland midfielder Damien Duff has spoken of the "longest four hours" of his life as his baby son underwent heart surgery.
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