A satellite captures footage revealing the full scale of Cyclone Debbie from space. The powerful storm caused widespread damage in the Australian state of Queensland on March 28th, with winds stronger than 260km/h. Video: NOAA/NASA
A protest by striking Bus Éireann staff has been held outside Leinster House to coincide with the appearance of Minister Shane Ross at the Oireachtas transport committee where he was giving a presentation on Bus Éireann. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Britain has triggered the process of leaving the European Union, UK prime minister Theresa May tells lawmakers in the British parliament, describing it as "an historic moment from which there can be no turning back". Video: Reuters
Film critic Donald Clarke interviews actor Cillian Murphy and director Ben Wheatley about their new film 'Free fire'.
Political Editor, Pat Leahy and Managing Editor, Cliff Taylor, discuss how currency fluctuations and new tariffs may impact Irish businesses in the near future.
European Council President Donald Tusk accepts a letter from the British ambassador to the EU that triggers a two-year countdown to Brexit under Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty. Video: Reuters
Swiss Skier Andri Ragettli landed the world's first Quad Cork 1800 in Watles, Italy on March 28th. The 18-year-old managed to land the trick which entails doing five rotations while simultaneously dipping his head under his body four times.
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Eva Murphy performs her winning routine as she collects the Marion Kelly Cup for U12 harp at the Feis Ceoil 2017. Video: Barry Cronin
NFL side the Oakland Raiders are set to move into a new $1.9 billion (€1.75bn) stadium - the most expensive in the world - in Las Vegas, after NFL team owners approved the controversial move from Oakland. Video: Reuters
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The world's largest known dinosaur footprint, a 1.7-metre print belonging to a giant sauropod dinosaur, has been found among 21 types of dinosaur tracks discovered in Northern Australia. Video: Reuters
As Iraqi forces press on with an offensive on western Mosul, video posted online purports to show Islamic State fighters firing guns and rockets in the streets. Video: CCTV/Reuters
Firefighters in northwest China lower a boy to safety after he became stuck in a crevice, 40 metres above ground, after he fell off a 100 metre cliff. Video: CCTV
Owen Lambert, one of the people who was ran over on Westminster Bridge last week, describes the incident on the bridge which resulted in a wound to his forehead.
The home stadium of Gus Poyet's China's Shanghai Shenhua football club caught fire early on Tuesday (March 28). There were no casualties and the blaze was extinguished by mid-morning. The cause of the blaze is being investigated.
Wind gusts stronger than 260 km per hour (160 mph) were recorded at tourist resorts along the world-famous Great Barrier Reef as the powerful storm, at category four, just one rung below the most dangerous wind speed level, began to make landfall.
Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan at a press conference in Garda Headquarters in the Phoenix Park, Dublin.
Katie Tertell from Washington DC has moved to Ireland and now plays in the RTE Symphony Orchestra. Here she talks about her life in Ireland. Video: Barry Cronin
British Prime Minister Theresa May presses her case for a strong union with a speech in Scotland to civil servants working in international aid. Video: Reuters
At least 18 people were injured when an escalator at a shopping mall of Hong Kong's Langham Place suddenly reversed direction and increased speed. Video: CCTV
Can a car really achieve perfection? We take the Mercedes-Benz E220d Estate out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Veteran news broadcaster Ted Koppel has told Sean Hannity of Fox News that he believes he is 'bad for America' during an interview on US television. Video: CBS Sunday Morning
Dashcam footage captures a police officer in Texas running from a charging cow after he herded it into a gated area of a park, nobody was injured although the cow did escape. Video: Reuters
French far-right presidential candidate and leader of the National Front, Marine Le Pen, tells supporters the EU 'will die' as she campaigns in Lille. Video: Reuters
The body of Captain Mark Duffy has been recovered from the cockpit of the Rescue 116 Coast Guard helicopter located on the sea bed near Blackrock island, 13km west of the north Mayo coast. Video: Keith Heneghan
Police say that at least fourteen people were shot, one fatally, at the packed Cameo Nightlife nightclub in Cincinnati, Ohio, early on Sunday morning. Video: Reuters
The leaders of 27 European Union countries have posed for a family photograph after attending a ceremony that marks the 60th anniversary of The Treaty of Rome. Video: Reuters
The Sydney Harbour Bridge has switched its lights off to mark the 10th anniversary of Earth Hour. The initiative began in Australia in 2007 as a grass roots gesture by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to draw attention to climate change. Video: Reuters
The Bus Éireann strike which has disrupted the travel plans of over 100,000 people this weekend, could escalate significantly next week and involve Dublin Bus and Iarnród Eireann. Video: Bryan O'Brien
House Republican leaders have pulled their bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, signaling a significant failure on what was supposed to be a major legislative accomplishment for President Donald Trump. Video: Reuters
Emmet Malone and Keith Duggan reflect on a costly evening for the Republic of Ireland as they lose captain Seamus Coleman to a bad injury in their 0-0 draw with Wales. Video: David Dunne
Wales manager Chris Coleman has defended his star player Gareth Bale, who picked up a yellow card during the game, following the 0-0 draw with Ireland in Dublin
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill reflects on his side's 0-0 draw with Wales and confirms that captain Seamus Coleman has broken his leg
President Michael D Higgins and Taoiseach Enda Kenny attend the British embassy in Dublin to sign a book of condolence for the victims of the recent attack on Westminster. Video: Ronan McGreevy
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