A group representing doctors fears Ireland is not geared up for abortion services after they were legalised in a referendum
On Tuesday, the Domestic Violence Act 2018 came into effect and included new protections for victims suffering from various forms of 'coercive control' in intimate relationships. The Act allows victims of abuse to apply for emergency barring orders lasting eight days.
Musicians Bono and The Edge busked in Dublin on Christmas Eve, asking people to donate to a homeless charity.
The vandalism appeared after a bill to legalise abortion services passed all stages in the Irish senate.
A football club in Dublin has received backlash after reporting the death of a player, who was, in fact, alive and well in his hometown in Spain.
Irish foreign minister Simon Coveney says the Brexit withdrawal agreement is done but expresses hope that Britain would rejoin the EU one day, welcoming it back 'in a heartbeat'
The Taoiseach has told his Finuh Gayl party conference he is managing the transition period and negotiating a new close relationship with the UK.
Irish authorities are looking into reported sightings of UFOs from a few airline pilots.
He was one of the most feared politicians of his generation and heavily-linked to hardline Irish republicanism. But now footage has been released of former Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams emerging from a bush to talk about his favourite recipes.
A referendum was held on whether to change the law, which makes publishing or uttering a blasphemous comment punishable by a fine of 25,000 euros.
Michael D Higgins re-elected as Irish President
The last person to be prosecuted for blasphemy in Ireland was in 1855.
Nothing compares to Islam: Sinéad O'Connor becomes a Muslim
Ireland will vote on whether to remove blasphemy as an offence from its constitution on Friday, the same day as the Irish presidential election is on the same day.
Facebook could face a sizable fine due to the E.U.'s General Data Protection Regulation.
Ireland’s foreign minister Simon Coveney told Euronews in an exclusive interview that his country expects “the British Prime Minister to follow through on her commitments".
Around 30,000 homes were left without power this morning after gusts of 110km/h battered Ireland overnight.
The west of Ireland castle of Claregalway went back to its roots on Saturday, transformed into a medieval battlefield.
A woman has died after strong wind swept her caravan over a cliff.
The three armed suspects were not expecting this.
Local fishermen find skull and antlers of extinct Great Irish Elk in their fishing nets
What exactly did the Pope say on psychiatric help for gay children?
Each time the Pope asked for forgiveness the crowds erupted with applause - the words of sorrow welcomed. It's estimated around 300,000 people went to the World Meeting of Families closing mass
Pope Francis flew into Ireland on Sunday for a visit to the Knock holy shrine in County Mayo.
The Pope has begged for God’s forgiveness for the “open wound” of church abuse in Ireland as he called for “firm and decisive” action to secure “truth and justice”.