Aer Lingus and Ryanair are operating full schedules today following delays and cancellations yesterday due to a fault at an air traffic control centre in England.
A number of flights to and from Ireland were delayed today due to technical issues at Britain's Air Traffic Control in Swanwick, Southern England.
SIPTU has said that there will be no industrial disruption to Aer Lingus flights or Dublin, Cork and Shannon Airports before Christmas.
Aer Lingus Regional is to expand its services at Shannon Airport including a new daily service to Bristol.
The driver of a New York commuter train that derailed on Sunday, killing four people, has told investigators he "lost focus" and went into a daze shortly before the crash.
Four vehicles have been seized as a result of non-payment of tolls on the M50 motorway in Dublin since the introduction of barrier free tolling in 2008.
The European Investment Bank has agreed in principle to provide significant financial backing for Dublin's Luas Cross City Link.
The cost of Dublin Bikes membership is to increase next month, to help pay for the expansion of the scheme.
Director of Consumer Affairs for the AA Conor Faughnan has said the introduction of a process to allow the public to appeal speed limits will give consistency across the road networks.
A woman has died in a single-vehicle crash in Tooreen, Skibbereen, Co Cork.
A 53-year-old man has died in a car crash in Ballybofey, Co Donegal.
A Boeing 737 has crashed on landing in the Russian city of Kazan, killing all 50 people on board.
The threatened closure of the Aer Lingus cabin crew base at Shannon may be averted after settlement proposals emerged from marathon talks at the Labour Relations Commission overnight.
Talks between Aer Lingus management and cabin crew representatives have resumed at the Labour Relations Commission.
Ryanair has announced nine new routes from Dublin Airport as part of an expansion that will create 300 direct jobs.
Talks at the Labour Relations Commission aimed at resolving the Aer Lingus cabin crew dispute will resume on Thursday.
The Road Safety Authority has confirmed that a data breach has occurred on the website for the new National Driver Licence Service.
Three people have died in separate crashes in Co Limerick and Co Fermanagh.
Talks between Aer Lingus management and cabin crew union IMPACT are taking place at the LRC in a bid to resolve the row over the outsourcing of crewing on new transatlantic routes from Shannon in January.
A man in his early 30s has died in a collision on the Navan to Kingscourt Road at Kilberry in Co Meath this afternoon.
Talks aimed at resolving the Aer Lingus dispute over the threatened closure of the cabin crew base at Shannon have adjourned.
Drivers at Dublin Bus belonging to SIPTU have voted not to take industrial action over cost cuts at the company.
A ballot of SIPTU drivers at Dublin Bus has begun on whether to take strike action if the company implements cost-cutting proposals.
Minister for Transport Tourism and Sport Leo Varadkar has said that he would prefer Aer Lingus to use Aer Lingus cabin crew on new transatlantic flights from Shannon if at all possible.
LA airport shooting suspect faces charges of murder of a federal officer, the US attorney says the death penalty could be sought.