Dublin Fire Brigade attend to gunshot victim Martin O'Rourke on Sheriff Street.Martin died after been wrongly identified as a gangland figure.
Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern works on his allotment.He once described payments from friends as only "dig-outs from mates".
Ireland's most notorious rapist and suspected serial killer Larry Murphy,living like a fugitive in Amsterdam,Holland.
Specialist Gardai,armed with Sig automatic pistols search deralict house's in the Ballincurra Weston area of Limerick,for members of the McCarthy-Dundon crime gang.
A daughter of fire fighter Brian Murray, who died in a factory fire in Bray, as his coffin is removed from the church.
Armed Gardai approach a cash in transit van during a 'tiger raid' at a cargo terminal at Dublin Airport.
Dr. Ian Paisley with Taoiseach Bertie Ahern at Oldbridge House, the site of the Battle of the Boyne in 1690.
Ibrahim Halawa pictured on his arrival at Dublin Airport, after spending over 4 years in an Egyptian jail
Kevin Vickers Ambassador of Canada to Ireland tackles a protestor who disrupted proceedings during ceremony to remember the British soldiers who died during the Easter Rising 1916.
Former champion jockey Robbie McNamara who became a trainer after being paralysed in a fall in 2015 pictured in his yard at the Curragh Co. Kildare.
The Band of 2 Brigade prepare for the arrival of President Michael D Higgins in the early morning mist at the Cadet School Curragh Camp.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD ‘photobombs’ a selfie picture at a youth event in Dublin
Newly elected Labour party leader Joan Burton TD shakes hands with Alex White, her competitor in the leadership race
The remains of Diarmuid, Lorraine, Mark and Julie Flood are carried to the cemetery at the rear of St. Clement’s Church, Clamhan, Co. Wexford, after their funeral Mass. The family died in an apparent murder-suicide.
Photographer Olivero Toscani at the launch of his exhibition of 50 life size prints of donkeys.
Gardaí arrest a man as members of the Traveller community protest at the closing of Dunsink Lane, Co Dublin, blocking direct access to Finglas village from their encampment, in October 2004
The Taoiseach Bertie Ahern surveys the floods after the river Tolka burst its banks in his Drumcondra, Dublin, constituency in mid-November 2002