As 2018 draws to a close, take an alphabetical look back at some of the most popular videos on RTÉ News this year.
A is for Artist
B is for Barber
C is for Cows
After eight and a half months indoors, these cows finally got to venture outside.
D is for Dáil
The Dáil was suspended for five minutes after a row broke out between Danny Healy-Rae, Michael Healy-Rae and Fianna Fáil's Marc MacSharry.
E is for Eyre Square
F is for Francis
Alison Nevin from Swords in Co Dublin hid her mobile phone up her sleeve before boldly asking the Pope to pose for a selfie at the World Festival of Families concert in Croke Park.
G is for Gowns
"The gown, to me, became very, very important because it’s the one time you’ll get to dress your baby." Charity appeals for a permanent location to store donated wedding dresses, which they use to make 'Angel Gowns'.
H is for Horse
I is for Ibrahim
The moment Ibrahim Halawa arrived back in Ireland.
J is for Jewellery
Gold rings thought to be up to 3,000 years old were found by workers digging a drain on a farm in Donegal.
K is for Killer Whales
L is for Local
Local businesses in Gorey, Co Wexford, want to convince people to take up jobs in the area rather than commute to Dublin.
M is for Meltdown
On 26 April 1986, an unauthorised experiment at the Chernobyl nuclear plant went catastrophically wrong. | Read Will Goodbody's special report: https://bit.ly/2yRKQHW
N is for Newgrange
A summer heatwave led to the discovery of a possible henge close to Newgrange in Co Meath. It's thought it could have been built 500 years after Newgrange, which dates from 3,000 BC.
O is for Offenders
P is for Pop-up
"It's communities helping communities." A pop-up shop offering Communion outfits for families who are struggling financially opened in Dublin.
Q is for (Dancing) Queen
British Prime Minister Theresa May danced to the ABBA hit Dancing Queen as she arrived on stage at the Tory Party conference.
R is for Refugee
S is for Sinead
T is for Throwing
U is for Unprecedented
Bakers upped production to meet "unprecedented" demand for bread ahead of stormy weather.
V is for Volunteer
Brian Birkett makes 50 chicken curries every Monday night to share with Dublin's homeless community.
W is for Where?
Do people know where the border is in Ireland? Or where they are in the UK?
X is for ... errrrr... breXit
There's been a lot of talk in the news about Brexit recently and you've probably heard a lot of words like 'backstop' and 'Chequers' - but what does it all mean? Here's one of RTÉ's political experts @RTENewsPaulC to explain. pic.twitter.com/93etaS2HO4— RTÉ news2day (@news2dayRTE) September 26, 2018
Y is for Yoga
A grand stretch in the evenings - farmers in Co Kerry embrace yoga.
Z is for Zip Line
The world's longest zip line - at 2.8km.