Prisons seek to ease fears over backlog of sex offenders for treatment programme

The Irish Prison Service has sought to ease fears of a backlog of sex offenders waiting to enter its tailored treatment programme following criticism from a visiting committee at one of the country's main jails.

Update: Body found in search for missing Ruth Maguire in Carlingford

Cystic fibrosis patients call for new hospital facilities

Cystic fibrosis patients and their families are calling on the Government to honour its pledge to give them new hospital facilities, warning that the cost of the project is rising as the delay drags on.

Search continuing in Carlingford for mother-of-three who went missing from hen party

Gin and whiskey to be produced in new Cape Clear distillery

The first distillery to be constructed in modern times on an Irish island is nearing completion and those behind it have already trademarked the gin and whiskey it will produce.