Garda Sgt.Fiona Savidge of Balbriggan Garda Station and Eilidh MacNab, area manager North Dublin Tusla have held a press conference where they appealed to the mother of the baby found on Balbriggan beach to come forward and get help. Video: Conor Pope
Forty metro stations are shut as well as numerous museums and monuments as Paris braces for the fifth weekend of yellow vest protests. Video: Reuters
6th class students of St Patrick's National School, Slane Co. Meath have recorded the Band aid classic 'Do They Know its Christmas' at Jealoustown Studios to raise funds for St Vincent De Paul by selling the cds and via the online platform GoFundMe.
11- and 12-year-old students at Gaelscoil Bharra in Cabra, Dublin 7 talk to their principal Sean O Donaile about women's equality and female heroes.
At a press conference in Brussels, UK PM Theresa May insisted that the message from the EU27 was positive on clarification on the backstop., despite commentary stating otherwise.
Una Mullally talks to Kieran Rose, a former senior planner at Dublin City Council, about development trends in the capital, cultural spaces, social housing and how we could make the city better. Video: Kathleen Harris
Former UK prime minister Tony Blair said at a speech for the 'People's Vote' campaign, that there was an increased likelihood that a second referendum on UK membership of the EU would take place.
A 102-year-old Australian granny has become the world's oldest tandem skydiver, according to organisers, as she leaped out of a plane from over 14,000 feet (4,267 meters) above sea level. Irene O'Shea first skydived on her 100th birthday.
Video footage of an exchange between Jean Claude Juncker and Theresa May appears to show a tense UK Prime Minister confronting the president of the European Commission before discussions yesterday (December 13th). Video: EU Commission
Aquaman - official trailer
European Union leaders gave Prime Minister Theresa May assurances on Thursday (December 13) that they would seek to agree a new deal with Britain by 2021 so that the contentious Irish 'backstop' is never triggered.
Maria Butina in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2015. She has pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy in US federal court after being accused of acting as a Russian agent to infiltrate a powerful gun lobby group and influence US policy toward Moscow.
The latest test flight by Virgin Galactic successfully rockets to space and back. Video: Reuters, Virgin Galactic
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar arrives at a European Union leaders summit in Brussels. Video: Reuters
Simon Carswell joins the crew of Irish fishing vessel 'Eblana' in the Irish Sea and speaks to skipper John Lynch about the impact a hard Brexit would have on him and other Irish fishermen. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Lewes FC, based in Lewes, East Sussex, England, is the first and only football club in the world who pay men and women footballers the same. This video is part of a series celebrating #WomenInFootball on social media platform, Twitter. Video: Twitter
The #MeToo movement has made its way to Argentina where actress Thelma Fardin has accused actor Juan Darthes of sexually assaulting her when she was just 16-years-old. Darthes denies the accusations.
Theresa May speaks outside Downing Street after winning a confidence vote in her leadership of the Tory party. Video: Reuters
British prime minister and Conservative Party leader Theresa May has survived a vote of confidence in her leadership, but says she will not lead Tories into next election.
Michael Cohen says his loyalty to US president Donald Trump meant he felt obliged to cover up his "dirty deeds". Video: Reuters
UK Labour MP for Oldham West and Royton has asked Theresa May if food shortages in Ireland would be part of the UK's Brexit negotiating stance. The question comes after comments from Tory MP Priti Patel expressing that view. Video: Parliament TV
UK Conservative MP Anna Soubry has apologised to the Irish people for the actions of her party and government in the Brexit debacle. Audio: RTE Radio One
The documentary Avicii True Stories tells the story of musician Avicii who died just six months after the films release.
350 French police officers are hunting for the man responsible for the Strasbourg Christmas market attack. Video: Reuters
Theresa May faces a vote of confidence in her leadership of the Conservative Party With less than four months left until the United Kingdom is due to exit the EU. Video: Reuters
Trump repeatedly clashed with incoming House majority leader Nancy Pelosi and senate minority leader Chuck Schumer in a highly-fraught encounter in the White House played out in front of the media. Video: The White House
Official trailer for Peter Jackson produced film, Mortal Engines.
Trailer for Free Solo, a profile of extreme rock climbers.
The Trinity Museum Building landed on campus in the 1850s, in a predominantly Georgian city, like "a buffalo among a herd of elephants”, creating a taste for Connemara marble and Cork Red limestone at home and abroad. Video: Trinity College Dublin
Steve Bray has become known for standing outside the British parliament every day it is in session, waving banners and screaming "stop Brexit" at lawmakers. Video: Reuters
Ciarán Hodgers is a multi-award winning Irish spoken word poet, now living in Liverpool. This video was recorded by Muddy Feet Poetry. For more from Muddy Feet Poetry go to - https://www.facebook.com/MuddyFeetPoetry
Actor Fiona Shaw recites Eavan Boland's poem, ‘Our Future Will Become the Past of Other Women,’ as part of a celebration of 100 years of Irish Women’s Suffrage. Video: Royal Irish Academy
The European Union is willing to give Britain further clarifications on its Brexit deal but will not renegotiate the treaty or its protocol on the Irish border, EU chief executive Jean-Claude Juncker said on Tuesday (December 11).
It's a new age of sophistication for the quirky Citroen crossover, but how does it shape up against its competitors? Video: Neil Briscoe
French President Emmanuel Macron offered concessions in a bid to quell chaotic protests that have gripped Paris in recent weeks - but also condemned violence and vowed he would not make any U-turns.
Shuttered shops, burning cars and tear gas. The New York Times were on the ground in Paris with the “Yellow Vests” protesters as they took to the streets for the fourth week in a row. Video: NYT
Over the course of one day The Irish Times visited services providing free or low-cost food to the poorest, the homeless and the most vulnerable residents of the capital. Video: Kathleen Harris
UK prime minister Theresa May says postponing the House of Commons vote on the Brexit withdrawal agreement she reached with EU is necessary as the Northern Ireland backstop is still a divisive issue for politicians. Video: Reuters
Barry Keoghan has retweeted a video sent out by Dublin's O'Connell Secondary School which shows the Irish actor in a school play. His retweet added, 'This is where it all started!! On stage in O’Connell’s'. Video: O'Connell Secondary School
Random tweets and infighting have caused no end of problems for Elon Musk, chief executive officer of both Tesla and Space Exploration Technologies. The CEO spoke about the controversies in a wide-ranging interview with CBS’s 60 Minutes. Video: CBS