Sunday April 05, 2015
Authorities in Kenya have said they have identified one of the four dead al-Shabaab gunmen who massacred nearly 150 people at Garissa University as an ethnic-Somali Kenyan national and law graduate.
Tuesday March 31, 2015
A hapless armed robber in his 60s broke his leg while holding up a shop in Japan, and then used the shop's payphone to call an ambulance, according to a report and police.
Wednesday March 18, 2015
Round up of Irish and International news stories
Friday March 06, 2015
Hourly pay is lower for women and pension pots are substantially smaller than for their male counterparts, according to separate research in advance of Sunday's International Women's Day.
Wednesday February 18, 2015
The jury in the trial of Graham Dwyer, who is charged with the murder of Elaine O'Hara, has been told that a text message was sent to Ms O'Hara's phone in 2011 or 2012 by someone who said they "must get fit for the murder".
Thursday February 12, 2015
A round-up of other stories from around Ireland and the world.
Friday December 19, 2014
The inclusion of one additional pay and pensions day in public expenditure next year for "technical" reasons will cost the exchequer some €300 million, Government documents show.
Monday November 24, 2014
Police in the US city of Cleveland have shot and killed a 12-year-old boy who was waving around what turned out to be a toy gun at a playground.
Friday October 10, 2014
The last recorded movements of a 27-year old Lithuanian woman found dead in her home in Kerry last year were shown to the jury in the trial of a man charged with her murder and the murder of her eight-year old daughter.
Saturday September 20, 2014
Thousands of people displaced by floods triggered by tropical storm Fung-Wong returned to their mud-caked homes in the Philippine capital of Manila, as the death toll from the disaster rose to five.