As the flowers continue to pile up outside the Massarene Barracks in Northern Ireland, the hunt is on to find the Real IRA gunmen who claim to have
Some 2,000 police have demonstrated in the Irish Republic against plans to make them pay a levy on their pensions. The Irish economy – not so long
A huge demonstration involving an estimated 120,000 people has been held in Dublin to protest against the Irish government’s handling of the economic
Irish shoppers are crossing a border to save money in Northern Ireland. Their euro is strong where the UK pound is weak. On both sides people blame
Ireland’s government is to take over the full ownership of the troubled Anglo Irish bank. It is the first nationalisation of its kind in the
The Irish maker of luxury tableware Waterford Wedgwood called in the receivers on Monday. The loss making company had been trying to find new
Irish singer Enya’s new album And Winter Came is vintage Enya. She has overdubbed her voice so she sounds like a virtual choir and her fusion of
The Irish government has announced a 10 billion euro bail out for the country’s main financial institutions. The money will be used to boost capital
Irish pork contaminated with toxic dioxins may have been exported to 25 countries, according to Irish officials. The government has recalled all
Spain’s most notorious paramilitary leader, who was arrested in Northern Ireland on Monday, has been released on bail. He had turned himself in to a
New research has suggested Ireland’s rejection of the Lisbon Treaty last June could be reversed if a second referendum is held.
A poll for an Irish
Some consider the only people to have had a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty and said ‘No’ as renegades. Others feel the Irish spoke for all people
The UK parliament has ratified the Lisbon reform treaty, the first country to do so since the Irish rejection in a referendum. Despite moves by
What should they do now? That’s the question which will be asked across Europe today. Foreign ministers meet in Luxemburg as French President Nicolas
As life returns to normal in an Ireland that said “No” to the EU’s Lisbon treaty, the question being asked is… what happens next?
Only those who voted with a resounding Irish “No” to the European Union’s Lisbon reform treaty were celebrating in Dublin when the result came
On the streets of Dublin, reaction to news of the Irish EU referendum result was mixed. Some think the outcome was the right one.
“I just feel for
It is looking as if Irish voters have rejected the European Union’s Lisbon treaty, according to the nation’s public service broadcaster. Counting is
The Irish vote today in a referendum on the EU’s Lisbon treaty, the result of which could put the cat among the pigeons again in Europe. With the
Ireland joined the European community in 1973, as a poor country. Its economic rise, with help from richer partners funnelled through Brussels
The final day before Ireland votes on the Lisbon Treaty in a referendum rolled on with uncertainty. Ireland is the only EU state whose own
In Ireland, opponents of the European Union’s reform treaty have overtaken the ‘Yes’ camp, according to a new survey. Generally seen as pro-European
A treaty banning the use of cluster bombs – that is the aim of a conference which has just started in Ireland.
Representatives from more than 100