Great excitement at the RDS in Dublin as large groups of campaigners arrive and the ballot boxes are opened for the counting of referendum votes. Video: Bryan O'Brien
An historic visit from Prince Charles and Ireland goes to the polls, take a look back at the week gone by as seen through the lenses of award-winning Irish Times photographers. Video: David Dunne
Dunnes Stores, Gorey was closed without warning at 6pm on Thursday May 21st. Bill Abom from Mandate Trade Union speaks on behlaf of the staff.
President Michael D Higgins and his wife Sabina casting their votes at St Mary's Hospital, in the Phoenix Park, Dublin. Video: Bryan O'Brien
The New York Times has published a selection of leaked emails, showing Hillary Clinton's private correspondence related to the 2012 Benghazi attacks. Video: Reuters
The Referendum Commission has today called on all voters to use their vote in both referendums on Friday May 22nd. Video: Referendum Commission
A dramatic rescue from Colombia's landslide-ravaged Salgar as police officers act quickly to save a dog from a rushing river swollen by recent heavy rain. The dog suffered injuries from rocks and debris but is expected to recover. Video: Reuters
The same-sex marriage referendum campaigns started in earnest in March and have not been out of the news since. Here is a collection of some of the headline grabbing quotes from both sides of the argument.
Islamic State militants and Syrian government forces battle for the historical city of Palmyra. Video: Reuters
One World Observatory, the observation deck atop the newly-constructed One World Trade Center building in lower Manhattan, gets set to open to visitors on May 29th, offering 360-degree views of New York. Video: Reuters
Scenes from Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall’s visit to Lissadell House and then Mullaghmore Co.Sligo where Prince Charles’s great-uncle, Lord Louis Mountbatten died in an IRA bombing in 1979. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Prince Charles praises current warm relations between Britain and Ireland, while sharing the pain of losing his great-uncle, Lord Mountbatten to an IRA bomb attack. Video: Reuters
Cannes is abuzz with controversy over a claim women were turned away from a red carpet screening for wearing flat shoes instead of heels; actress Emily Blunt weights into the debate, calling the report 'very disappointing'. Video: Reuters
Amazing footage captures the moment lightning strikes at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown in Dublin. Video: Nicola Duffy
Having been blown into the zoo enclosure during an animal show in China's Zhejiang Province, a red-crowned crane squares off against two tigers and lives to tell the tale, suffering only minor injuries. Video: Reuters
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon calls on Southeast Asian countries to uphold obligation to rescue people in distress at sea. Video: Reuters
First Families First had their final press conference before the referendum on same-sex marriage on Friday. During it John Waters addressed Mary McAleese, Ashers Bakery and the referendum commissioner.
Former president of Ireland, Mary McAleese speaks to Mary Minihan about her catholic son bullied for being gay and the negative mail she has recieved during the Same-sex Marriage Referendum campaign.
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