We see how the new Toyota Auris performs on the road, and ask the question, have Toyota made enough changes to justify an upgrade? Video: Neil Briscoe
An electrical bicycle rider had a narrow escape in China's Nantong City, on Wednesday. Footage showed the truck running a red light at a high speed toward the bicycle that was crossing the road. Steering to avoid the bike the truck rolled over.
Irish Manager Martin O'Neill responds to claims made by German manager Joachim Low, that Ireland were ultra defensive and got lucky with a long ball.
Ken Early and Emmet Malone report from the Aviva Stadium as Ireland record a historic 1-0 victory over world champions Germany. The resultmoves Ireland closer to qualification for Euro 2016.
Ireland is known for its start up culture and entrepreneurship. But when going up against the giants of their industry are the small guys getting all the help they need? Video: Enda O'Dowd
Matt Williams and Simon Hick look ahead to a big weekend in the RWC and in particular Ireland's clash with France, the mindgames on Sexton and the battle of the backrow.
In an upcoming episode of Eamonn Mallie meets... Martin McGuinness talks about his personal and political life. Video: Irish TV
This week, Donald reviews Sarah Gavron's historical drama Suffragette and Tara reviews Denis Villeneuve's drug-wars thriller Sicario.
Tánaiste Joan Burton said she was 'not a quitter' and insisted the government would continue to its full term.
‘Anti Austerity Alliance - People Before Profit’ is now an official entity on the Register of Political Parties. All candidates of both groups will have this as their party designation on ballot papers in the General Election. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Nadiya Jamal Hussain carried off the Great British Bake Off prize in a finale watched by an estimated 14 million. Here's the moment she was told. Video: BBC
The Apple Watch originally went on sale in April, but it took until September for Irish retailers to get their hands on it. Business reporter Ciara O’Brien finds out if it was worth the wait.
Economics Editor Arthur Beesley analyses the state of Ireland's economy in the build up to Budget 2016. Have the good times returned or is this in fact a false recovery?
Łukasz Ciechanowski used a drone to capture the vastness of the Icelandic landscape across more than a dozen different locations. Video: Reuters
52 Orwell Park, a double fronted red brick house built in the neo-Victorian style over three floors is for sale through Turley Property Advisors with an asking price of €3.2 million. Video: Bryan O’Brien
From ladder trucks, firefighters in Chicago aimed their hoses at flames breaking through the roof at the Shrine of Christ The King, a church built in the 1920's. The cause of the fire is not yet known. Video: Reuters
The Irish Times Insights brought together Cliff Taylor, Stephen Collins, Arthur Beesley and Kathy Sheridan to discuss election dates and budget outcomes.
O’Connell, Sexton and Henshaw talk about traditions and characters in the Ireland rugby team dressing room. Video: 3
Surgeons in Brisbane reattached the head of 16-month-old toddler, Jaxon Taylor, after it was severed from his spine. Reports say that he was travelling in a car with his mother and sister when they collided with another car at a speed of 110km an hour.
The Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile has joined forces with filmmaker Luc Besson (The Fifth Element) to produce a film designed to promote children’s road safety across the world. Video: FIA
Tallaght Cross West, a mixed-use retail and multi-family apartment development at Tallaght Cross West in Dublin 24 is to be offered for sale on behalf of Nama at over €80 million.
Joe Tynan, PwC Head of Tax, Austin Hughes, Chief Economist, KBC Bank Ireland, and Susan Kilty, PwC International tax partner, discuss the upcoming budget.
Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden said UK intelligence agency GCHQ has total control over users' smartphones. Video: Reuters
Residents of Longboat Quay said they plan to begin legal action if the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) and the receiver do not improve their offer to cover the cost of fixing fire defects in the complex.
While diesel rules the family crossover market, petrol could be making a comeback. We take the 1.6l petrol Nissan Qashqai DIG-T for a test drive. Video: Neil Briscoe
Irish singer Hozier says he has received an apology from Canadian musician Chilly Gonzales who last week pointed out similarities between Hozier’s 'Take Me to Church' and Feist’s 'How Come You Never Go There'.
German Justice Minister Heiko Maas calls the verdict of top EU court on data invalid saying the US-EU data transfer deal is a 'signal for the protection of data'. Video: Reuters
Dublin commuters were surprised to see a large seal swimming about near the Custom House between Loopline and Talbot Memorial bridges this morning. Video: Bryan O'Brien
As speculation continues to mount that the government may call a November general election, the Taoiseach has declined to confirm a date, while ministers Howlin and Kelly have dismissed the idea. Video: Mary Minihan
Adi Roche and Ali Hewson receive the Princess Grace Humanitarian Award, for their work with Chernobyl Children International, at the Ireland Fund of Monaco event. Video: Pioneer Media
An interview shows British millionaire Paul Bailey speaking minutes before his Porsche 918 Spyder crashed into a group of spectators injuring 28. Video: Reuters
Russian defence ministry says Russian air force flew 15 sories over Syria on Monday, conducted 10 air strikes. Video: Reuters
Footage, which has gone viral on Chinese social media sites, proports to show a motor cyclist reaching speeds of up to 237km/h and weaving through traffic on a ring road in Beijing.
Rock climbers scale Ireland's most northernly point, Malin Head, Co. Donegal capturing their efforts on camera with a drone. Video: Bren Whelan. Music: Kevin MacLeod
British singer Sam Smith unveils the video for 'Writing's on the Wall', the theme song for the upcoming James Bond film 'Spectre'. Video: Reuters
Speaking at the British Irish Chamber of Commerce 2015 president's gala dinner, Michael O'Leary, Ryanair CEO, has praised Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan for abolishing the travel tax. Video: British Irish Chamber of Commerce
A car loses control, crashing into a crowd of spectators at a Malta car show, injuring at least 26 people. Warning: graphic footage. Video: Reuters
Irish-born scientist William Campbell jointly wins the 2015 Nobel prize for medicine or physiology with Satoshi Omura and Youyou Tu for their work against parasitic diseases. Video: Reuters
Islamic State militants have blown up the Arch of Triumph, a major monument in the 2,000-year-old Roman city of Palmyra, Syria's antiquities chief says. Video: Reuters. Music: Chris Zabriskie
Three people were killed and at least 80 others were injured as a tornado, believed to be triggered by typhoon Mujigae, hit south China's Guangdong Province. Video: CCTV