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Comic mega star Will Ferrell has pledged to go skinny dipping in the Liffey during his visit to Dublin.
The chief executive of the scandal-struck Central Remedial Clinic has insisted his successor should have no previous links with the hospital.
The service is now available in six cities and 31 towns across the country.
Detectives have arrested a woman after seizing illegal drugs believed to worth almost half a million euro.
An international team of experts is to assess the future of children's heart surgery on an All-Ireland basis.
Mandela noted the success the Irish soccer team in handwritten notes on a speech he gave at Dublin’s Mansion House in July 1990.
By John Irish and Daniel Flynn PARIS (Reuters) - France's intervention to quell violence in Central African Republic may prove simpler militarily than the campaign it waged against al Qaeda-linked Islamists in Mali this year, defence experts said. But, in a country the size of France, imposing state authority after decades of coups, rebellions and poor governance will take years and risks tying Paris down longer than it wants. The U.N. Security Council mandated France on Thursday to do whatever necessary to protect Central African Republic's 4.6 million people and restore government authority while an African Union peacekeeping mission slowly deploys. "We are intervening for humanitarian reasons," French President Francois Hollande said, outlining a short campaign that would be unlike that against Mali's well-armed, determined rebels.
The Irish Film Institute has set up an award scheme for potential movie critics in tribute to late programmer Pete Walsh.
Irish boyband star Kian Egan on Sunday beat fashion designer David Emanuel, creator of Princess Diana's wedding dress, to win the 2013 edition of "I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!".
A man and woman have been shot in front of a seven-year-old boy at their home.
The recovery of the Irish construction industry appeared to take another step forward last month, with the latest figures indicating further growth in the sector.
Major airports have reported they are back to "business as usual" after an air traffic control centre glitch caused chaos across the UK and Ireland. Hundreds of flights were cancelled or delayed on Saturday after problems with a telephone system arose at the National Air Traffic Service (Nats) centre in Swanwick, Hampshire, in the early hours. Thousands of people endured hours of frustration as flights were affected across the country, including the major airports of Heathrow, Stansted and Gatwick. The problem was resolved at about 7.30pm on Saturday, Nats said, more than 12 hours after first being reported.
A threatened strike that would have seen ESB energy taken off the grid has been avoided after unions said their industrial dispute with management has been resolved.
New trading opportunities for Irish companies in East Africa are being explored during a government visit to Kenya this week.
A 50-year-old man has died after a road crash involving two motorcycles and a car in Co Wicklow.
Major airports reported that they were back to "business as usual" after an air traffic control centre glitch caused chaos across the UK and Ireland.
Sixteen families are now losing their homes in the capital every month, according to Focus Ireland.
A human skull has been found close to where dismembered parts of a murdered drug dealer were dumped.
The number of families becoming homeless in Dublin has doubled in the last six months, a charity has warned.
Dr Aidan MacCarthy was being held in a prisoner-of-war camp in Nagasaki when the atomic bomb was dropped on the Japanese city.