Doug Leddin, one of several congregation members to film the priest's Christmas departure on a scooter, said it was a "great fun moment."
Getting rid of mushroom compost has become a major logistic and economic challenge for growers, one that is now the focus of a European research project.
Apart from collecting plastic waste, Flossie takes part in the weekly Fridays for Futures marches. Her inspiration– the Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg.
Ireland takes action on carbon emissions - and nobody's happy
With Irish farming also under pressure to reduce carbon emissions, farmers are concerned for how they can cut back while still making a profit.
More than a dozen migrants have been found in the back of a lorry on a Stena Line ferry en route to Ireland.
The people of Northern Ireland remain British citizens even if they identify as Irish, according to a court ruling in the United Kingdom last month. It’s a startling decision that strikes at the foundations of Northern Ireland’s peace process and creates a divide between the two main communities.
Britain's miscalculations over Ireland in the Brexit process will come back to haunt it in the pro-Ireland halls of power in Washington.
The compromise solution [...] is likely to further inflame tensions between the unionist community who want to remain part of Britain and the nationalist community who want more than ever to be part of a united Ireland.
Ireland is stepping up preparations for a no-deal Brexit by putting aside €1.2 billion for the UK crashing out of the European Union.
The Global Conversation asks Emily O'Reilly why she wants to be re-elected for another five-year term.
Irish deputy PM Coveney says Brexit deal 'not mission impossible'
Weather warnings are in place across Ireland and the UK for the parts of the weekend as the remnants of a former Category 5 hurricane make landfall.
Concerns are mounting on the island of Ireland that if a No-Deal Brexit happens, dissident Irish republicans may return to terrorism if customs check points are reintroduced.
A commercial aircraft carrying 326 passengers was forced to divert to Shannon, Ireland, after a coffee spill caused two audio control panels to fail, it emerged today.
Alcohol-free beer is now the fastest growing product in the Irish drinks industry and Ireland's first alcohol-free bar – The Virgin Mary – opened in Dublin earlier this year.
We won't replace a legal guarantee with a promise, said Varadkar
A crowd of Irish-based British people protested outside the British Embassy in Dublin, Ireland, this evening against Boris Johnson's plans to prorogue Parliament and express their concerns over a no-deal Brexit.
"I think we need to be honest here, that the alternative arrangements that have been discussed to date do not do the same job as the backstop, not even close," Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said.
After a century of decline, sales are projected to climb from 6 million cases in 2010 to 12 million in 2020 – or 145 million bottles.
Cabin crew are to strike at 13 bases across Spain for 10 days in September in a dispute over job cuts. A walkout in Portugal began on Wednesday.
Passengers flying from September 15, 2019 will be forced to find new flights, as the airline cancels six routes operated from Dublin, Cork and Shannon to the United States and Canada.
Ryanair pilots in Ireland to strike after talks fail
In another setback for Ryanair, its pilots in Ireland have voted to strike unless they're given a pay rise.
Leo Varadkar said a no-deal Brexit is increasingly likely — but a referendum on Northern Ireland’s constitutional future would be “divisive.”
Europe's largest low-cost carrier reported post-tax profit down 21% year on year at 243 million euros.