Bundoran in Donegal has seen it's population increase by almost 50% over the last two years with refugees arriving from Ukraine.
Tommy Lysgaht has been carving stones for over ten years and now works for the Cork Life Centre, Simon Community as well as running his own weekly workshops.
Ireland's largest prison has seen huge changes in recent years with Covid causing disruption to in-person meetings.
The rise of deepfake technology is overlapping with a year packed with elections, will regulations keep pace with technology?
An Israeli history teacher, Meir Baruchin, was jailed for posts opposing the killing of Palestinians and is still waiting for the charges to be dropped.
For nearly 40 years a community group in Drimnagh have been working to restore a castle, now they wonder who will take on the project when they step aside.
Some 170,000 public-sector workers in the North are staging a 24-hour strike.
There's a renewed interest in darts in Ireland after Luke Littler took the PDC by storm with many young Irish darts players hoping to follow in his footsteps.
Naomi O'Leary of the Irish Times reports on the Dublin based landlord Marc Godart and reveals how he uses CCTV within properties and avoids RTB fines.
Mexican tenant Salvador Chavez Morales complained about a camera trained on the kitchen of his Dublin rental, part of the property business of controversial Luxembourg landlord Marc Godart
Outreach teams for Dublin homeless charities have seen a marked increase in people sleeping rough on Dublin's streets.
New charges are to be introduced on aluminium cans and plastic drink bottles from February 1st as part of an EU directive to increase recycling.
Yama fled Afghanistan for Iran when the Taliban re-emerged, but further violence there meant he was a refugee once again.
Irish artist Ailbhe Ní Bhriain’s first solo exhibition at Dublin's Kerlin Gallery runs until January 6, 2024.
An Post will be delivering around two million parcels a week for the next few weeks as the Christmas surge hits the company.