Here’s what was said and who said what this week.
Skagen has been putting out some of the best minimal Wear OS smartwatches for a couple of years, and the Falster 3 brings the tech inside up to speed.
An 80-metre cargo ship, which had been abandoned and adrift in the Atlantic for more than a year, has run aground near Ballycotton in east Cork.
The Wexford boss says the game doesn’t need the rule.
Samsung’s claim that the new Galaxy Z Flip uses “Ultra Thin Glass” sounded like a true breakthrough when the foldable phone was announced. But a durability test from JerryRigEverything raises serious concerns about the screen’s durability.
Researchers warn of drawing too-quick conclusions about people's feelings from facial expressions. Interacting with other people is almost always a game of reading cues and volleying back. We think a smile conveys happiness, so we offer a smile in return. We …
Met Éireann has cancelled the Status Yellow wind warning that had been in place nationwide.
The incident happened in the Ardglen Place area last night.
Tiger Roll finished fifth on his return to action, his first race since winning the Grand National for the second time
The former Love Island presenter was found dead at her home on Saturday after taking her own life - she was just 40 years old
Eight of nine people who tested positive successfully treated and discharged from hospital
The incident occurred just after 5pm yesterday on the Phibsborough Road near Monck Place.
The former Girls Aloud star spilled the beans on why Jenner is absent from their chat.
Some of the country's highest-profile women TDs who lost their seat in the General Election have revealed the depth of the explicit and hurtful messages sent to them in recent weeks.
Evacuated Americans from Japan housed separately from previous repatriated US citizens
A full technical examination of the house was carried out
The former Taoiseach predicted a new government won’t be formed by the end of March.
On day two of formal hearings, the Citizens' Assembly on gender equality heard personal stories from parents whose families are not defined as such under the Irish Constitution.
Dominic Cummings might have the independence of the Bank of England in his sights