A Ukrainian ship seized in Dublin Port in March has been sold at auction for €4.8m.
Air passengers have been warned to expect delays as airports return to normal operations following a strike by air-traffic controllers in France.
Air passengers are facing major travel disruption as air-traffic controllers in France stage a three-day strike over plans to create a single European airspace.
The public bicycle sharing schemes may be extended to Galway, Cork and Limerick.
A man, believed to be in his 70s, has died and three other people have been injured in a crash in Co Donegal.
An investigation is being carried out after a fire broke out on a Dublin-bound train outside Newry, Co Down.
Work has started on the €250m upgrade of the Newlands Cross junction in Dublin and the N11 in Wicklow.
The top US transportation security official has said he has decided not to permit passengers to carry small knives on airplanes.
Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar has said he has no plans to introduce new tolling points on the M50, as proposed in a draft report by the National Roads Authority.
A private bus, carrying about 30 children, went on fire in Cork city this morning.
Speaking at the launch of a new road safety initiative for tourists, Assistant Garda Commissioner Gerard Phillips has defended the garda road safety effort.
Gardaí are appealing to drivers to slow down and take extra care on the roads this weekend.
A report into an emergency landing at Heathrow Airport last week has found that doors on both engines of the British Airways plane had been left unlatched during maintenance.
The two largest unions at Bus Éireann have voted to accept a restructuring plan brokered at the Labour Relations Commission.
Irish Rail has said that it is "unforgivable" for hauliers not to know the height of their lorries and the height of the bridges on their routes, following three separate incidents yesterday in which trucks hit rail bridges and delayed services.
Aer Lingus has launched a High Court challenge against a ruling that could allow Ryanair make another bid for the national carrier in August.
A British Airways plane had to return to Heathrow Airport with smoke billowing from the aircraft.
Nissan is recalling up to 14,000 cars in Ireland due to a potential steering wheel defect.
Heavy rain has disrupted public transport in Northern Ireland and forced the cancellation of a major motorcycle race event.
Aer Lingus has said that some of its customers flying to Brussels are experiencing "some disruption" as a result of a strike by baggage handlers at the airport this week.
Agreement has been reached between unions and management in the Bus Éireann dispute over cost-saving measures, which the company said would help protect jobs and routes around the country.
The largest ocean liner in the world has arrived in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin.
Bus Éireann management and union representatives have reached an interim agreement that will allow Bus Éireann services to run as normal tomorrow.
The sister of a young man killed in a hit-and-run accident has backed Fianna Fáil proposals to impose tougher penalties on offenders.
SIPTU has announced that it will be balloting its members in Irish Rail and Dublin Bus for industrial action in solidarity with its members in Bus Éireann.