Five protesters have gathered at the site this morning and a car is blocking the entrance

Warning over modular housing deadline

11.31 The managing director of the company constructing modular homes at Ballymun in Dublin has said the 21 December deadline to complete the project is in serious jeoprady.

There were 2,010 sexual offences recorded in 2013

Increase in recorded sexual offences

11.57 There has been a significant increase in recorded sexual offences over a five year period, according to new figures published by the Central Statistics Office.

Police in Stuttgart arrested the man on Tuesday on suspicion of arms dealing

Man arrested in Germany over arms deal

11.26 Prosecutors in the southern German city of Stuttgart have confirmed they have arrested a 34-year-old man on suspicion of arms dealing but declined to comment on a report that he may have supplied the militants in Paris with four guns.

The IMERC is located at the National Maritime College of Ireland (Pic: Google Street View)

Major investment programme planned for Cork, Kerry

10.11 Details of proposed Government investments to be made in Cork and Kerry will be outlined later today at a briefing by Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin and Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine Simon Coveney.

A few people ran across into Macedonia but were quickly detained by police

Migrants try to storm Greek-Macedonian border

26 Nov Hundreds of Moroccans, Algerians and Pakistanis tried to storm the border between Greece and Macedonia today, tearing down part of the barbed wire fence at the crossing and demanding to be allowed to carry on into northern Europe.

While not yet banned in Ireland, authorities have "significant safety concerns" over the use of hoverboards here

Hoverboards turned away over fire fears

26 Nov More than 1,000 hoverboards, reminiscent of those made famous by Back To The Future, have been turned away from Ireland over fears they could burst into flames.

SIPTU seeking clarification over proposed increase in DART frequency

SIPTU criticises Ianród Éireann over DART proposal

26 Nov SIPTU has accused the management of Ianród Éireann of attempting to "ride roughshod" over the conditions of employment of train drivers by announcing a ten-minute frequency DART service without driver agreement.

People pay tribute to Oleg Peshkov and Alexander Pozynich who lost their lives after Turkey shot down a Russian jet

Russia plans economic moves against Turkey

26 Nov Russia is preparing a raft of retaliatory economic measures against Turkey after the NATO member downed one of its warplanes, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said today.

HIQA also stated that residents' finances were not protected

Kilkenny care centre not fit for purpose - HIQA

26 Nov A unit in Kilkenny catering for 28 people with complex medical needs including dementia and visual impairments has been criticised in a number of reports by the Health Information and Quality Authority.