Heavy snow and ice are causing transport disruption in central and northern England. Roads were particularly badly-hit in Yorkshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire. Around 2,000 homes in the East Midlands were without power on Saturday. Video:REUTERS
Irish Times Picture editor Frank Miller talks about some of his favourite images from 2014 that feature in the annual Irish Times Magazine Photos of the Year edition.Video: Bryan O'Brien
Supporters of the My Lovely Horse Rescue group took to the sea at Dollymount despite appalling weather conditions in their santa outfits to raise funds for animals that suffer wet and cold on a daily basis. Video: Alan Betson
A multimedia showcase of some of 2014's top stories; from conflicts in Ukraine, the Middle East and Pakistan to the Ebola outbreak and demonstrations across the United States. Video: Reuters
Some US cinemas are being allowed to screen 'The Interview,' less than a week after Sony pulled the plug following a devastating cyberattack blamed on North Korea. Video: Reuters
Ten years on, take a look back at the Indian Ocean tsunami that struck on St. Stephen's Day 2004.
Following North Korea experiencing a complete Internet outage, Lim Jong-In, the Dean of Korea University Graduate School of Information Security says he believes the outage to be "the United States taking revenge". Video: Reuters
A Christmas lights show illuminates the Empire State Building in New York from December 20th-23rd. Over 15,000 channels of the building's LEDs are being synchronised to festive themed music on local radio stations. Video: Reuters
With Christmas just around the corner, we speak to arrivals in Dubln airport's Terminal 2. DAA expects over three quarters of a million people to pass through the airport over the holiday season. Video: Kathleen Harris
The Seanad has been adjourned amid heated exchanges about whether or not members of the House were drunk during last Friday night’s late sitting to discuss the Water Services Bill.
A man climbs St. Peter's Basilica to protest against new economic directives that he says will favour multinationals, rather than smaller local businesses like the beach bar he owns. Video: Reuters
An Australian court revokes bail for the partner of the gunman who staged a hostage crisis in a Sydney café last week. Video: Reuters