Sunday March 29, 2015
At least 38 people were killed in clashes between rebel forces and tribes near a southern oil region in Yemen.
Wednesday March 25, 2015
The Government was offered €500,000 for the LÉ Aoife naval vessel which was decommissioned two months ago, but the Department of Defence did not auction the vessel publicly and instead gave it to the Maltese government for free.
Friday March 20, 2015
The defence counsel in the trial of Graham Dwyer for the murder of Elaine O'Hara has told the jury it was vital to remind them of the presumption of innocence.
Thursday March 19, 2015
Arctic sea ice has set a new winter record by freezing to the smallest maximum extent in satellite records dating back to 1979 in new evidence of long-term climate change, US data has showed.
Wednesday March 18, 2015
The family of two Egyptian fisherman, who died when the Tit Bonhomme trawler sank in heavy seas outside Glandore Harbour in Co Cork, have settled their High Court actions.
Monday March 16, 2015
Round up of other Irish and International stories
Friday March 13, 2015
Intel has slashed nearly $1bn from its first-quarter revenue forecast as small businesses put off upgrading their personal computers, sending the chipmaker's shares down more than 5%.
Thursday March 12, 2015
Graham Dwyer told gardaí he did not kill anyone after he was arrested on suspicion of the murder of Elaine O'Hara in October 2013.
Sunday March 08, 2015
One of the most baffling aviation mysteries in history seems no closer to being solved as the first anniversary of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370's disappearance is marked today.
Friday February 27, 2015
A Picasso painting, stolen more than a decade ago from a storeroom in Paris, has surfaced in New York and will be returned to the French government.