The Irish Cycling Show is taking place at the RDS, Dublin. Now in its 4th year the event showcases stunt team displays, workshops as well as every sort of bike, cycling product and service. Video: Bryan O'Brien
The 48th Infantry Group departed on April 7th for United Nations duties in Syria. Peter Murtagh has been shadowing them since their training began in February of this year. Video: Enda O'Dowd
Aidan Foley of MLV Record Pressing Vinyl goes behind the process of pressing vinyl and speaks about its resurgence. Video: Daniel O'Connor
A week of art, history and dressing up. Take a look back at the week gone by as seen through the lenses of award-winning Irish Times photographers. Video: David Dunne
A Russian family adopts a baby bear left orphaned after his mother was killed by poachers. Video: Reuters
The unmanned SpaceX rocket that blasted off to deliver a cargo ship to the International Space Station, bursts into flames as it attempts to land on a customized barge stationed at sea. Video: SpaceX/Reuters
Two mews just off Dawson St and St Stephens Green in Dublin city centre are up for sale. Although in disrepair the structures have remained untouched for almost a hundred years. Video Enda O'Dowd
A buffalo frightened by car noise broke into a primary school in southwest China, scaring students who ran to avoid the animal. The buffalo was later shot by police as a safety concern. Video: Reuters
Black-clad self-styled anarchists hurl petrol bombs and rocks at police on the streets of Athens. Video: Reuters
The teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was just unveiled. Starring Harrison Ford, Domhnall Gleeson and Chewbacca it is set to be released in December.
Star Wars fans flock to Dundrum cinema in costume to get a look at new footage from the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII film
Can eight be greater than twelve? That’s the question facing the wealthy elite for whom the Bentley brand is on their motoring shortlist. Video: Neil Briscoe
Scottish police have confirmed that the body that was discovered on a farm in north Glasgow is that of missing Cork woman Karen Buckley. Video: Police Scotland
Get up close and personal with the adorable lion cubs from Dublin Zoo that will feature as part of the television series The Zoo, which airs Thursdays, 7pm on RTÉ One. Video: Moondance Productions
Alan Rickman's latest directorial effort 'A Little Chaos' is reviewed by Tara Brady, and Donald Clarke looks at Soviet-era thriller 'Child 44' starring Tom Hardy and Gary Oldman. Plus Gerard Barrett on his excellent 'Glassland'. Video: Niamh Guckian
British snowboarder Billy Morgan becomes the first person to land a backside 1800 quadruple cork. Morgan's jump involved four off axis flips and five full rotations. Video: Reuters. Music: Gunnar Olsen.
Cleaners in Peru's Pre-Incan city of Chan Chan stumble across an ancient mummy dumped near rubbish at the site. Video: Reuters
Over 130 monuments and buildings from Ireland, including decorated high crosses, the island monastery of Skellig Michael, Glendalough and Newgrange are featured in a new 3D digital collection on http://www.3dicons.ie
A group of university students are hit by frantic flying Asian carp during a rowing session in a Missouri lake. Video: Reuters
21 finalists have been whittled down from thousands in the Texaco Children's Art Competition. The works will remain on exhibition at Dublin City Gallery Hugh Lane until Sunday, 31st May. Video: Enda O'Dowd
Grow It Yourself and Cully & Sully launched an initiative 'Give Peas A Chance', which aims to get 500 teams of five workmates to grow peas at work. For more details and to register visit www.cullyandsully.com/ourgarden. Video: Daniel O'Connor
Retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell and his wife have been ordered by the High Court to leave their Killiney mansion in south Co Dublin within two weeks. Dan Griffin reports.
ECB chief Mario Draghi is attacked by a woman shouting and throwing confetti over him as he deliveres his press conference in Frankfurt. Video: Reuters
Movidius, a leading vision processor company, announce they have raised $40 million in funding which will the create up to 100 jobs in Ireland. Video: Ballywire
The European Union accused Google on Wednesday of cheating competitors by distorting Internet search results in favour of its Google Shopping service. Video: Reuters
GoPro video shot in space by US astronaut Terry Virts shows two spacewalks on the International Space Station on February 25 and March 1. Video: NASA/Reuters. Music: The 126ers.
Residents of Havana welcome President Obama's decision to remove Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism. VIdeo: Reuters
Is Opel's new Astra OPC good enough to take on the Volkswagen Golf GTI, Seat Leon Cupra and the RenaultSport Mégane? We take it to the track to find out. Video: Ian Beatty
Arizona police release dash cam video from February of a police cruiser ramming into a robbery suspect wielding a gun, who survived and was later jailed, police said. Video: Reuters
The parents of missing Cork woman Karen Buckley appeal for anyone with information on her whereabouts to come forward. Video: Police Scotland
The Department of Arts and Heritage is asking Dublin City Council to put 13 buildings on Moore Street on its record of protected structures. Olivia Kelly reports. Video: Enda O'Dowd
Fashiontech designer Anouk Wipprecht blends fashion with robotics and wearable technology to create interactive couture. Her 3D-printed, Intel Edison-powered Spider Dress reacts if someone stands too close.
Detective Superintendent Jim Kerr of Police Scotland appeals for witnesses in the case of missing Cork woman Karen Buckley. Video: Police Scotland
Authorities investigate the cause of schools of dead fish floating along Rio de Janeiro's Olympic rowing and canoeing courses. Video: Reuters
The prominent newspaper and coffee kiosk in the centre of Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, has been sold to a private investor for almost €250,000. That's over €70,000 per square metre.
London-based Moley Robotics demonstrate their 'robot chef' that uses two complex, fully articulated robotic hands to prepare meals with all the flair of a master chef. Video: Reuters
Robot used to investigate inside Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant's reactor number one loses connection in the middle of the radioactive core. Video: Reuters
Amnesty International say at least 2,000 women and girls have been abducted by Boko Haram since the start of 2014 and many have been forced into sexual slavery and trained to fight. Video: Amnesty International/Reuters
An Alaska Airlines flight makes an emergency landing in Seattle after a ramp worker became trapped in a cargo hold. Video: Reuters
Monday 13th April is the anniversary of the first ever global performance of Handel's Messiah on the site of the former Neals Music Hall, Temple Bar in 1742. To celebrate Our Lady's Choral Society perform well known excerpts from Messiah. Video: Daniel O'Connor