The Six Nations tournament has ended in defeat for champions England as Ireland end their winning run of 18 games.
Ireland is expected to widen an inquiry into former Church-run homes for unmarried mothers on the orders of the country’s prime minister.
The remains of hundreds of babies, ranging from new-borns to three-year-old toddlers, have been confirmed as lying in the sewers of a former church-run home for unmarried mothers in Ireland.
Ireland kept alive their hopes of a third Six Nations title in four years when they came from behind early on to beat France in a bruising contest at the Aviva Stadium in…
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has warned how Brexit could threaten peace in Northern Ireland after a meeting with Irish PM Enda Kenny.
Ryanair had to cut its fares more than expected during the last three months of 2016 because of over-capacity, which pulled down profits.
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The weaker pound has led Ryanair to cut its annual profit forecast but it expects to boost market share by selling more tickets at cheaper prices.
A team of Irish researchers is conducting an unusual kind of experiment – they are examining the venom of some of the hundreds of species of spiders found in Ireland in the hope it may have medicinal…
The Irish government says 'We don't want the money' as it decides to appeal against the EU ordering Apple to pay billions in back taxes.
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The European Commission has taken ordered tech giant Apple to pay up to 13 billion euros in back taxes to the Irish government in Dublin.
RIO DE JANEIRO – Brazilian police investigating Rio Olympic ticket-scalping seized several passports of Ireland’s delegation on Sunday, as the
A few regular bus routes may be late on Monday morning in Dublin after a group of drivers won Friday’s euromillion jackpot of nearly 24-million euros.
Moody's has upgraded Ireland's credit rating due to better than expected growth. They put it up by one notch to A3 with a positive outlook.
Tens of thousands lined the streets of Dublin to mark the centenary of the Easter uprising of 1916. The parade on Sunday was one of many events to
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A court case against has collapsed against a 45-year-old bricklayer suspected of murdering 29 people in the 1998 Real IRA bomb attack in Omagh
It’s the no-nonsense approach to vote counting likely to give legal officers the jitters. Staff at an election count in Ireland were left scrambling
Political stalemate beckons as early results suggest there has been no clear winner in the country's general election
Ireland looked set to kick Prime Minister Enda Kenny’s coalition government out of office with no clear alternative in sight, according to an exit