Almost 50,000 Irish patients received drugs for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED) for free on the medical card last year – a rise of almost 6pc compared to 2016.
The names of all 48 young victims of the Stardust tragedy were read out as campaigners called for a new inquest into their deaths.
Spain’s prime minister has said his country will vote against the divorce agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom if Gibraltar’s future is not considered a bilateral issue between Madrid and London.
A dead whale that washed ashore in eastern Indonesia had a lump of trash in its stomach including 115 plastic drinking cups and two flip-flops.
Some 93pc of Irish consumers own or have access to their own smartphone – and they pick up their phones 55 times per day on average, a new survey has found.
A motorcyclist is in a serious condition after a collision in west Cork.
A commuter train carrying around 150 people derailed outside the Spanish city of Barcelona on Tuesday, killing one person and injuring at least six, police said.
Two members of staff killed in a shooting at a Chicago hospital that left four dead, also including the gunman and a police officer, have been identified.
France’s “yellow vest” protesters blocked oil depots and roads across the country for a third day in a revolt against fuel price rises that has seen motorists subjected to racist and homophobic attacks and hundreds injured.
The wife of legendary ‘Late, Late Show’ host Gay Byrne, Kathleen Watkins, said she might have one day directed the flagship chatshow if it wasn’t for the marriage bar.