Tezaur Bita is alleged to have parked his car on the Old Nangor Road in the early hours of 27 August 2015 and relieved himself in bushes.
Government adopts unified stance on abortion bill, man who threatened to shoot schoolchildren remanded in custody and six to be tried over topless Kate Middleton photos – it’s the Evening Fix.
The Dáil is this evening discussing an AAA/PBP Bill calling for the repeal of the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution.
The topless images were published in France, Denmark, Ireland, Italy and Sweden.
Altogether now: “Ebony and Ivory live together in perfect harmony…”
FactCheck looks into a major claim that took hold online over the weekend.
Elsewhere, talk is building that Katie Taylor will turn professional, Keith Earls is facing a disciplinary hearing and the shortlist for the Bord Gáis Energy Sports Book of the Year has been revealed.
Today, the British government approved a new third runway at London’s Heathrow airport, with Transport Secretary Chris Grayling calling it a “momentous step”.
It contained cocaine worth €5 million. No such devices had been found in Ireland before.
The bill is due to be debated in the Dáil tonight.
Clyde Keogh appeared at Limerick Circuit Court today for sentencing.
German cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Muller advised people today to store them in places approved by the Church.
The alleged killings occurred between 2007 and 2014 at two private facilities where Elizabeth Wettlaufer worked, authorities said.
The woman told the trial she was sharing a bed with the man after a night out when she woke up to him having sex with her.
The Road Safety Authority is worried about an increasing trend.
Kate Deegan, 5, had been extremely distressed and started panicking, crying and knocking on the door to be let out.
The former Olympic gold medallist has reportedly signed with Matchroom Sports.
Michael McNicholas will leave his job next May.
Her attackers forced her from her black 4x4 into another car, a source told AFP.
That’s according to new research undertaken in western countries.
The show, broadcasting from New York’s Trump Tower, debuted last night.
As it happened: Enda faced questions on strikes, public pay, and what exactly false imprisonment means
Taoiseach Enda Kenny was back in the hot seat for Leader’s Questions this week.
The company now employs more than 2,000 people worldwide.
The social networking site has put itself up for sale – but interest seems to have dried up.
The student said as many as four white students put a noose around his neck during football practice.
The car she was driving hit a wall on Sunday.
The flight from San Francisco to London was diverted to Vancouver after members of crew became ill.
Rurik Jutting, 31, is standing trial for the murders of two Indonesian women.
The pair have played an integral part in the province’s recent success.
The Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards take place in November.
Suge Knight is currently in jail after killing a colleague with his car.
It brings to number of crematoria in Ireland to six.
The owners of Ashers Bakery were found guilty of discrimination.
An official said it was “too early” to make assumptions as to the cause of the blast.
The popular travel guide describes the area as “perhaps Ireland’s most charismatically wild and emerald stretch of coastline”.
A migrant charity said it is concerned about what will happen later in the week when those determined to get to England refuse to be moved.
Gardaí are urging people to ensure that houses look occupied.
A new poll says that 44% of Irish people support decriminalisation of small amounts of drugs for personal use.