A British Airways plane had to return to Heathrow Airport today 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.
Bus Éireann services will operate today after management and unions agreed to "pull back" for 48 hours in a bid to resolve the bus strike.
Bus Éireann has said that over 95% of services are disrupted due to the strike action by workers, which looks set to continue into tomorrow and beyond.
The NBRU, the largest union at Bus Éireann has said an all-out strike will go ahead from Sunday, as Bus Éireann presses ahead with a range of cost-cutting measures, despite appeals from ministers to call the strike off.
A six-month trial of "self-service" automated border control gates has started at Terminal One in Dublin Airport.
Turkish Airlines is quashing a ban on female flight attendants wearing red lipstick and nail polish, its chief executive said today, after an outcry by secular Turks worried the country is becoming too Islamic.
Bus Éireann passengers face the prospect of industrial disruption from Sunday after the company insisted it is pressing ahead with the implementation of cost-reduction measures.
Councillors at Dublin City Council are due to vote on Monday week whether to extend the Dublin bike scheme.
Turkey's national airline has barred female flight attendants from wearing red lipstick and nail polish, in a move which has disturbed secular Turks who fear the country is becoming more Islamic.
Bus Éireann has told staff it is pressing ahead with implementing cost-saving measures in two weeks without union agreement.
Managers at Dublin Airport Authority have been asked to volunteer for a taskforce to assist with customer service at Terminal 1.
Ethiopian Airlines has become the world's first carrier to resume flights with Boeing Dreamliner passenger jets three months after they were grounded over battery meltdowns.
Extreme weather conditions at Irish airports last night caused major disruption to Aer Lingus operations this morning.
Up to 38,000 cars are to be recalled over possible problems with passenger airbags in some Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Mazda models.
A study of clamping in the Dublin City Council area shows that one motorist had been clamped 63 times in four years.
A Samoan airline that says it is the world's first carrier to charge passengers by their weight rather than per seat has defended the plan as the fairest way to fly.
The Government aims to reduce road deaths by almost a quarter and serious injuries by 30% as part of its new road safety strategy, which will run to 2020.