State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
More about this topic
Protests held across Ireland as inflation reaches four-decade high
More about this topic
Explained: What is the Northern Ireland Protocol?
The EU and the UK continue to be at loggerheads over the special trade arrangement.
Data centres are now using more electricity than rural Irish homes
Data centres in the Republic of Ireland used 14 percent of the country’s electricity in 2021, a higher share than that used by rural homes.
Where in Europe is the most 'crypto curious' country in the world?
Around 17% of people in Europe have taken to crypto, which is similar to other developed nations, but lags behind the global average of 23%.
Irish foreign minister moved from Belfast event over security alert
Local media have reported that a van had been hijacked and the driver was forced at gunpoint to drive to the Houben Centre where Coveney was speaking.
EU citizens to face stricter border rules in Ireland after UK vote
New travel rules mean non-Irish EU citizens will have to apply to travel across the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Dublin's first St Patrick's Day parade since 2019 begins
Hundreds of thousands of Irish and international visitors have flocked to Ireland to take part in the traditional celebrations.
Irish leader tests positive for COVID-19 during US visit
Irish Taoiseach Micheál Martin learned he had tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday evening while attending an event with US leaders.
Irish data watchdog fines Meta €17 million for privacy law violations
The country's regulator said Meta had failed to effectively protect the EU users' data.
Why is Chicago's river turning bright green?
Some environmentalists say the tradition, which started in the 1960s, is outdated and disrespectful to wildlife.
48 hours in Dublin: Where to find the hidden gems in Ireland’s capital
From the Guinness to the museums, here's everything you need to know to find the magic in Dublin.
O2 Arena damaged as storm batters UK and heads for northern Europe
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the army is on standby Friday as Storm Eunice is expected to bring gusts of wind of up to 130km/h.
Judge rejects stopping Northern Ireland post-Brexit border controls
It is unclear whether or not this order will be followed, with some within the DUP arguing that the administration is under a legal obligation to carry them out.
Ireland launches amnesty scheme for undocumented migrants
“I firmly believe this scheme will improve the lives of thousands of people," said Ireland's justice minister.
13 reasons employers in Ireland can refuse the right to remote work
Ireland published a new bill to crystallise the right to work remotely, but it has been criticised by unions and employment lawyers.
Irish artist turns beach into stunning tribute to Ashling Murphy
The piece 'Fiddle for Ashling' was created by artist Sean Corcoran, in honour of the fatally attacked schoolteacher Ashling Murphy
Bono admits he is 'embarrassed' by singing voice on early U2 releases
While the Irish rocker backs the quality of the tunes on the band's debut album, 'Boy', he concedes that his voice wasn't very 'macho'.
Ashling Murphy: Irish police arrest man on suspicion of murder
A brief statement from police confirmed detectives investigating Ms. Murphy's killing had arrested a man "on suspicion of murder" but had "no further comment at this time".
Funeral held for 23-year-old Irish teacher Ashling Murphy
The Irish national police service is currently investigating her murder and has renewed their appeal for information.
Spain removes Genrui antigen tests over false positives spike
Questions have already been raised about the antigen tests after a spike in complaints of false positives in Ireland and schools in Hamburg.
Irish lawmaker is pushing to make clean air at work a legal right
A bill in Ireland’s parliament aims to make clean air standards enforceable in workplaces and schools to battle COVID.
Irish farmers drive tractors through Dublin to protest climate plans
Irish dairy farmers are asking for more support from the government to implement changes in Climate Action Plan and EU’s Common Agricultural Policy.
Users of the messaging app will be notified of the changes but won't have to take any action, the company said.
Gigs are back in Ireland - just don't expect to crowdsurf
Under new guidance, crowd surfing will not be permitted and nightclub goers must form a socially distanced queue to buy drinks.
UK's N Ireland demands risk 'breakdown' in EU relations, Ireland warns
Both Brussels and London have blamed each other for the lack of progress and warned they're running out of patience.
How can poetry help us wake up to the climate crisis?
Poetry cannot fix the climate crisis - people can, and the more our empathies and imaginations are stirred the better.
Ireland agrees to set historical minimum corporate tax rate
Ireland has agreed to adopt a 15% minimum corporate tax rate after several months of negotiations with the OECD.