World leaders and tens of thousands of South Africans have paid tribute to Nelson Mandela, described as a "giant of history" by US President Barack Obama, at a national memorial service in Soweto.
An audit by the Catholic Church's child protection watchdog has found only 12 Christian Brothers were convicted of crimes between 1975 and today.
Aer Lingus has threatened to take legal action against SIPTU if it proceeds with a ballot for industrial action in a row over the pension scheme.
Irish MEPs were on opposite sides of a controversial vote in the European Parliament tonight in which a proposed ban of bottom-trawling fishing was narrowly defeated.
22:39 The Health Service Executive has said it will continue to pay the medical expenses of those suffering from a sleep disorder claimed to be linked to the human swine flu vaccine.
22:29 World leaders and tens of thousands of South Africans have paid tribute to Nelson Mandela, described as a "giant of history" by US President Barack Obama, at a national memorial service in Soweto.
21:08 A retired company director has had to pay more than €6.2m to the Revenue Commissioners in interest, tax and penalties, according to the latest tax defaulters list.
22:06 Phil Jones' second-half winner brought David Moyes some blessed relief as Manchester United beat Shakhtar Donetsk 1-0.
Financial journalist Ian Kehoe meets the overseas investors who have acquired significant chunks of the Irish property and business sectors
Tributes, galleries, reports and more on the life and times of former South African president Nelson Mandela
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