The head of Children's Health Ireland (CHI) has described its use of unauthorised springs as implants in children as a "truly shocking" and an "unprecedented occurrence".
A gunman killed a teacher, a local woman and her daughter after opening fire in a classroom at a university hospital campus in Rotterdam and a nearby house, Dutch police said.
Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has said he is willing to enter intensive negotiations with the garda representative associations to resolve a dispute over rosters.
A seventh man has been arrested in connection with the seizure of over 2,000kg of cocaine off the Cork coast this week, which gardaí say is the largest haul in the history of the State.
Author Cathy Kelly has shared on Instagram that she is undergoing treatment for breast cancer.
A teenage boy has been arrested in connection with the cutting down of one of the UK's most photographed trees.
A family who had to take on the State to secure proper special needs education have gone public to demand accountability after learning a secret health dossier had been unlawfully kept on them.
Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry have both been selected for action on the opening morning of the Ryder Cup in Italy.
Irish-born actor Michael Gambon has died peacefully in hospital aged 82, his family has announced.
Dozens of American teenagers occupied the office of the top Republican politician to protest against a looming US government shutdown that they say will exacerbate the climate crisis.
Irish Film and Television Chief Executive Áine Moriarty has described Michael Gambon as "the real McCoy" and "a true legend."
The prosecution has withdrawn a charge of manslaughter against a former GAA player as there was "no reasonable prospect" of a conviction, a court has heard.
A man accused of raping his wife on multiple occasions over four years is to stand trial.
Strictly Come Dancing hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman, Match Of The Day presenter Gary Lineker and The Apprentice boss Alan Sugar are among those who have been warned by the BBC that they could face disciplinary action for social media use.
Switzerland's glaciers suffered their second-worst melt rate this year after record 2022 losses, shrinking their overall volume by 10% in the last two years, monitoring body Glacier Monitoring Switzerland has said.
The Taoiseach has said he disagrees with the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council's (IFAC) assessment that the Government's broad spending plans for the upcoming budget are procyclical.
A 14-year-old stabbed three teachers and two students at a school in southern Spain today, sparking soul-searching in a country where such attacks are very rare.
Video sharing platform TikTok said it has uncovered and shut down a covert influence operation targeting Ireland.
The Garda Commissioner said he is concerned about a small number of serving gardaí, despite his attempts to dismiss them.
The National Asset Management Agency sold multi-million euro loans at a 97.5% discount to a debtor's brother, an Oireachtas committee has heard today.