A virtual or socially-distanced St Patrick’s Day doesn’t have to mean less fun. Head online to enjoy the craic.
"COVID has exacerbated all of the inequalities" - Mary Robinson, chair of the Elders, discusses the pressing issues affecting Europe today.
The country's Deputy Chief Medical Officer said Covid Placentitis, an infection in the placenta which causes stillbirths, was "a concern" but "very rare".
The country dealt with the virus relatively well until December, but has since seen cases soar largely due to the spread of the highly contagious British variant.
Ireland's data regulator fines Twitter €450,000 in first sanction against US firm under GDPR
With the 2030 ban on petrol vehicles fast approaching, one Irish company is leading the way towards greener roads.
Many times banks ask for a passport before allowing someone to open an account, but often asylum seekers won’t have a passport, and if they do have one then the government will likely take it while they are looking at their claim for asylum.
Irish Justice Minister Helen McEntee said she is "determined to act" and introduce new legislation against 'revenge porn' after thousands of intimate images of women were released online without their consent.
The zoo, deprived of customers amid the coronavirus lockdown, says it needs €500,000 a month to stay afloat.
The trailer for the new movie Wild Mountain Thyme has come in for criticism for ropey accents and too many cliches.