A second man has been arrested by gardaí investigating the death of a man in his 50s in Tralee, Co Kerry.
Ukraine has ruled out a ceasefire or any territorial concessions to Russia, while Poland's president said any loss of Ukrainian territory would be a "huge blow" to the entire West as he warned against appeasing Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Home care organisations based in local communities have called on the Minister for Health to clarify when they will receive the pandemic bonus payment, issued to frontline staff as recognition of their work during the pandemic.
A delegation of politicians from the United States is due to meet the Taoiseach Micheál Martin in Dublin today.
The Chair of the HSE's Monkeypox Incident Management Team has said it is possible that cases of monkeypox will be seen in Ireland and an incident management team has been established to ensure that the country is fully prepared for that eventuality.
Justin Thomas believes his experience was a crucial factor after beating Will Zalatoris in a play-off to win his second US PGA Championship at Southern Hills.
Australia's Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese has been sworn in as the country's 31st prime minister, promising a "journey of change" as he vowed to tackle climate change, rising living costs and inequality.
The wealth of Ireland's nine billionaires has increased by €15.55 billion since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a new report by Oxfam.
The challenge of rapidly rising raw materials costs means that nine out of every 10 construction companies in Ireland are now unwilling to take on fixed price contracts, a new survey has found.
Russia would normally have its own "house" at the World Economic Forum as a showcase for business leaders and investors.
The first cases of a new Covid-19 variant of concern have been confirmed in Ireland.
The Government has said the closure of 11 beds at the Linn Dara Unit for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in Dublin will have implications for those waiting to access care.
The mother of Nicola Furlong has told of her heartache ten years after the Wexford student was murdered in Japan.
Political Correspondent Paul Cunningham speaks to Poland's Secretary of State for Europe about the country's response to the Ukrainian refugee crisis.
Detectives investigating the fatal stabbing in Co Down of north Belfast's Eamonn Darren O'Hanlon have charged a 25-year-old man with murder and possessing an offensive weapon with intent to commit an indictable offence.
Austria's first case of monkeypox has been confirmed, Vienna's health authority said this afternoon, after reporting the case as suspected.
The Minister for Education has said there have been no issues in allocating places for Ukrainian students in schools in Ireland.
Hundreds of protesters have demonstrated in Madrid today against tarnished former king Juan Carlos I, whose visit to Spain after almost two years of self-imposed exile in the UAE has sparked criticism.
As the European Central Bank readies to hike interest rates, the cost of longer term borrowing is starting to rise. That applies to our national debt where the cost of borrowing over 10 years has doubled in recent months. Bond yields are likely to continue to move upwards as ECB rates rise.
A military cargo plane carrying the first shipment of infant formula from Europe to address a critical shortage in the United States landed in Indianapolis today.