The station and pontoon will see six minutes shaved off the time taken to leave for rescues.
Following the Munster legend’s decision to retire, we celebrate his stellar career.
Featuring Willie Joe Padden, Gavin Duffy, Liam McHale and other legends.
They gathered in Dublin City centre to hear from speakers including TD Clare Daly.
Paths should be conveyor belts.
Sinn Féin’s Deputy Pádraig Mac Lochlainn also said it is “worrying” the Justice Minister mentioned the information on Prime Time.
Plus – find out how much you could make at the bookies if the Premier League is forced to hold an unprecedented play-off.
The 23-year-old was travelling with a fellow Briton through rainforest, when they drank four bottles of local whiskey.
Jim Larkin is an iconic figure in Irish history, yet when I was in school the Lockout only received a minor mention on the history syllabus – we wanted to make him more accessible, says Rory McConville.
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
The right way. The only way.
The members of the convention voted by 57 to 41 per cent not to write to the Taoiseach seeking an opportunity to discuss the abolition of the chamber.
Residents are questioning if the land is haunted and have considered asking local Native American tribes if the hilltop was an ancient graveyard.
We were live from L’Aviva Stadium as the Top 14′s finest took aim at the European Cup.
The tech giant is updating its much-criticised Windows 8 software next month, here’s a few things we’re hoping to see.
Kenny will also be presented with an honorary doctorate from Boston College while on his US trip.
A 32-year-old man was shot numerous times in the incident at the Ballyboggan Industrial Estate, Cabra on Wednesday.
Widow of murdered Garda Adrian Donohoe, Caroline and widow of murdered Garda Jerry McCabe, Ann meet at the ceremony in Dublin Castle.
“If there is a little tear in the eye next week, I wouldn’t be surprised,” said outgoing coach Joe Schmidt.
The General Secretary of the INTO said today that two issues of note were higher pay and the supervision allowance.
Five people are in a critical condition following the incident.
The PSNI discovered an explosive device yesterday which they believe was part of the attack on police earlier this week.
The economic and societal importance of plants is hard to underestimate; in order to meet the global challenges facing us today, we need to invest time and money into this sector, writes Eoin Lettice.
Watching The Panel and Cabin Fever, and listening to The Darkness. What an odd year.
They were fired as part of a military drill, landing in the Sea of Japan.
Whilst she was being assaulted another of the teens stole her mobile and money.
The French rivals are vying to become their country’s third winner of the European Cup.
The medal was presented at the annual Garda Memorial Day, honouring the 87 Gardaí who have died while on duty.
The legislation also legalises gay adoption.
Here’s our round-up of the best, the most interesting and the most commented-on pieces from the past week. Did you make it in?
The first ever oil laundering plan found in Dublin had a potential loss to the exchequer of €1.75 million a year.
Do you remember what his all-time favourite space food is? We’ve learned SO MUCH.
French President Francois Hollande has signed gay marriage into law today, making it the 14th country to do so.
Breaking via The Mire wire: The Gathering at the Dáil; Cabinet clones; Alan Shatter knows what you did last summer.
It was made illegal to buy, sell or manufacture alcohol in 1920 in the United States. Here’s what happened next.
From Popeye to Father Ted. No, really.
The winning boys from Jobstown built a robot and app reminding older people to take their vital medicines.