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Vandals broke into the crypt of a church in Dublin, Ireland, on Monday, damaging several mummies and stealing the head of an 800-year-old Crusader
Dublin Airport has reunited a parrot found on a runway and its owner following a days-long search. Several people came forward to claim Hugo, but how did the airport's "pet detectives" find the right person?
Dublin Airport said in a tweet on Thursday that it was forced to temporarily suspend all flights after 'confirmed drone sighting'
Musicians Bono and The Edge busked in Dublin on Christmas Eve, asking people to donate to a homeless charity.
A Living it guide to mixing the best of business and pleasure in Dublin, Ireland.
Two days after the Irish government sealed a bill to allow a referendum on repealing an almost outright ban on abortion, thousands marched in Dublin against liberalising the law.
Camogie hurling and Gaelic football are prehistoric sports indigenous to Ireland
Camogie, an Irish full-contact sport played only by women, is very physical and can seem "vicious and ferocious", says All-Ireland champion Grainne Ní Chatháin
EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager has been defending the decision to order Apple to pay 13 billion euros in back tax to the Irish government.
Ryanair has said it will slash fares to boost its share of an increasingly competitive European short-haul market.
One person has been killed and two others injured after gunmen wearing disguises burst into a Dublin hotel. They opened fire on boxing fans attending
Tens of thousands of protesters have marched through Dublin as anger boils over new water charges. Households in the Republic of Ireland are set to
Hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets of Ireland`s capital to watch the largest St. Patrick`s Parade in Dublin.
James Franey euronews: “Christine Lagarde, you’re the head of the IMF; You are here in Dublin, Ireland to talk about the lessons we can learn from
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Dublin on Wednesday crying foul over planned new water charges. It was the latest in a series of
A record 20,000 visitors converged on Dublin for this year’s Web Summit, one of Europe’s largest technology conferences.
Two thousand start-ups