HSE Chief Executive Paul Reid has announced that he will be stepping down from his position later this year.
Regional authorities have urged civilians to urgently evacuate the eastern Ukrainian city of Lysychansk – the last major city still held by Ukrainian troops in Luhansk province - which is being attacked by Russian forces.
The independent organisation offering free legal advice to those who cannot afford it, has said the demand for its services last year outstripped its resources.
At least four people were killed and more than 300 injured yesterday when the grandstand at a bullring in Colombia collapsed, during a popular event at which members of the public face off with small bulls, officials said.
Social Justice Ireland is calling on the Government to prioritise the protection of the most vulnerable groups in society in October's Budget.
The Irish Blood Transfusion Service is to operate walk-in clinics for regular donors this week, in an effort to avoid an amber alert situation, whereby hospitals would be asked to cancel elective surgeries due to a lack of blood supplies.
One hundred years ago this week, on 30 June 1922, the Public Record Office of Ireland was destroyed at the outset of the Civil War.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will urge world powers to step up their support for Ukraine when he addresses the G7 summit this morning, as Kyiv reels from the first Russian strikes on the capital in weeks.
Troops in Sri Lanka handed tokens to people queueing for petrol amid a severe fuel shortage in the nation battling its worst economic crisis in seven decades, while schools shut in Colombo and public employees were asked to work from home.
Average home prices rose by 3.8% in the second quarter of this year, the largest three-month gain in nearly two years, while the stock of homes increased slightly, according to the latest report from property website Daft.ie.
The Northern Ireland Protocol Bill will get its second reading in the British House of Commons today.
More than one thousand cyber security experts from around the world are gathering in Dublin this week for a major conference on how to tackle online threats.
Health Service Executive CEO Paul Reid has said there are "very significant challenges" to recruit more staff into disability services around the country.
At least 21 teenagers died over the weekend after a night out at a township tavern in South Africa, officials have said.
Colm Cooper believes more stringent sanctions need to be introduced to stamp out the type of brawl that occurred during the All-Ireland SFC quarter-final between Galway and Armagh.
SIPTU members employed by the Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) are to go on strike on Tuesday 5 July as part of a pay dispute.
The Law Society has warned of worsening delays in family law courts unless the government appoints more judges.
An aggregate path has been constructed about 1.5km up the side of Mount Errigal and, within months, it will reach the top.
One lucky Westlife fan had the best birthday ever when Nicky Byrne, Mark Feehily, Shane Filan and Kian Egan showed up to sing at her party.
Abortion rights defenders fanned out across America yesterday for a second day of protest against the Supreme Court's thunderbolt ruling, as state after conservative state moved swiftly to ban the procedure.