The total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in the Republic of Ireland has risen to 61,059 with 1,270 cases in County Wicklow.
A murder investigation's been launched in Ballinteer in South Dublin.
23 people are currently homeless in County Wicklow.
There have been around 700 bonfire call-outs in Dublin in the past six weeks.
The one off grants will be provided to organisations to improve the quality of life for people who rely on the services.
A yellow wind warning will come into force across the entire country from 1 o’clock tomorrow morning as Storm Aiden prepares to make landfall.
11 businesses in Wicklow have been included in an initiative that encourages people to reduce the amount of goods that they discard every year.
The country's estimated 14-day incidence rate of Covid-19 has fallen for a third day in a row.
The Criminal Assets Bureau conducted a search operation yesterday targeting the assets of members of a suspected Organised Criminal Group based in Wicklow and Dublin.
Health Minister Stephen Donnelly says the new campaign is part of an effort to keep people physically and mentally well this winter.
Survivors of Mother and Baby Homes will be allowed access their personal information.
The Labour Party says the threat of strike action by teachers must serve as a 'wake-up call' to government.
Galway United will play Bray in the SSE Airtricity First Division playoffs after taking the place of Cabinteely.
Over 50,000 people are on the waiting list for a driving test.
Two separate funerals will take place for three family members who died in an apparent murder-suicide in Cork.
Five community groups in Wicklow are to benefit from 21,000 euro in funding to support integration projects during the pandemic.
The €22 million facility near the IFSC was given the go ahead last year.
Concerns are being raised about a planning application for a major housing scheme in Shankill, which by-passes the local authority and will be decided by An Bord Pleanála.
The allegations range from posting pictures of the two boys to naming them.
Cervical Check campaigners say they feel "betrayed" after regulations surrounding a tribunal into the controversy were published - despite survivors' concerns.
The Chief Medical Officer says the recent dip in Covid-19 figures can't be regarded as a trend just yet. Last night, 720 new cases were confirmed with 5 additional deaths.
Over three days earlier this month, almost 2 thousand people who'd tested positive were asked to notify their own close contacts.
A court challenge brought by gardai against the licence renewal at Berlin D2 Bar in Dublin gets under way today.
Almost 52,000 more people have been paid the pandemic unemployment payment this week.
The latest CSO Suvery on Income and Living Conditions found it went from 14% in 2018 to 12.8% last year.
Almost 182,000 people have signed a petition against plans to seal an archive of files relating to Mother and Baby Homes.
Hearings had been due to start today but concerns have been flagged by advocate groups.
A man in his 40s was arrested this morning as part of an ongoing investigation into alleged corrupt practices at the Kildare- Wicklow education and Training board.
The Chief Medical Officer says too many people are not self-isolating after testing positive for Covid-19.
14-thousand training places are being opened up in third-level courses to help people affected by the Covid-19 pandemic to get back to work.
Ireland's aviation industry "will not exist" unless rapid testing at airports gets large numbers of people back flying.
Concerns have been expressed after Irish Rail said it would no longer keep a marshland area south of Kilcoole train station clear from blocking up.
The number of mortgage approvals in September was up by almost 20 percent on August.
The post mortem examinations on the bodies of two of 3 men found dead in an apparent murder suicide in Co. Cork yesterday have been completed.
Wicklow's 13-points to 10 win over neighbours Wexford secured promotion to Division Three for the Garden County.
Google searches for 'shop-local-Ireland' have increased by 540% in the past week.
The following arrangements continue to remain in place for Wicklow County Council Offices and the Municipal District Offices.
There are plans to overturn planning permission for a development at a site linked to a 1916 leader in Dublin.
Convicted criminal John Gilligan is among six people arrested by Spanish police.
TDs have approved a controversial bill that sends a database created by the Mother and Baby Homes Commission to Tusla - which is raising concerns about accessibility.
The Chief Medical Officer says he's not overly concerned about the breakdown in the contact tracing system.
A hand sanitiser, which is one of 11 used in schools has been recalled after it's been proven to cause skin issues, headaches and respiratory issues.
A post mortem will be carried out today on the body of a woman found dead in Dublin yesterday morning.
A 25 year old Waterford woman has been charged in connection with the identification on social media of the teenage defendants in the Ana Kriégel trial.
Almost €430,000 in cash has been seized at Rosslare Europort.
This collision happened yesterday afternoon on the Dublin Road in Longtown North in Clane.
Level 5 restrictions are now in place across the country in an effort to stop the spread of Covid-19.
Gardaí are introducing more checkpoints from today, as part of the Level 5 restrictions.
The new traffic light system for air travel will come into effect early next month.
20% of direct payments to farmers under the new Common Agricultural Policy will be reliant on them implementing environmentally friendly schemes.
Details gathered by the Raptor Protocol, a joint project involving the National Parks and Wildlife Service, the Veterinary Laboratory Service and State Laboratory, have been published today.
People who aren't wearing a face mask on public transport or in shops, or those who travel beyond the 5 kilometre limit could face an on-the-spot fine of up to 500 euro.
Under level 5 restrictions it was due to be just 10 people - but will now be increased to 25 in line with weddings.
While experts say it’s not too unusual at this time of year, one case in which a young pup was found dead following serious injuries, has sparked speculation that bull seals may be attacking smaller grey seals and their young.
The majority of people believe the government's plan to cut down waste by putting a 20 cent deposit return charge on plastic drinks bottles and aluminium cans next year doesn't go far enough.
Located between 6 and 13 kilometres off the Arklow coastline, the proposed wind park by SSE Renewables, will be Ireland’s first large-scale offshore wind farm with an export capacity of 520 Megawatts.
It happened at a house in the Fairways estate at around 4:30am this morning.
House prices have continued to increase sharply despite the pandemic -- with a national increase of 4.8 per cent in the third quarter of this year.
Teachers want to know what 'additional protections' they are entitled to in Level 4 and 5.
Gardaí have upgraded the disappearance of Jo Jo Dullard to a murder investigation
3 broadband points in Wicklow are part of 50 new connection points now live across the country, as part of the National Broadband Plan.
Two community support groups in Wicklow are set to share over €90,000 in funding from the Dormant Accounts Fund.
Funding has been provided to a school in Arklow to replace windows that are over 100 years old.
The new €2 billion plan was drawn up after thousands of submissions from people, with almost half concerned they'd lose their bus service and a quarter worried they'd have to get off one bus and onto another.