Kerry residents fight back against anti-American label

Waterville businesses took to the streets to convince Americans that they are indeed welcome in the area after an offensive cafe poster in the village [...]

Irish demand on homeless services up by a quarter

Focus Ireland helped 8,000 people in 2012, rising to 10,000 in 2013, and have already given aid to 8,000 people so far this year [...]

EU orders Ryanair to repay nearly £8 million

European Commission finds that they owe illegal state aid in relation to three French airports [...]

Peaches’ husband speaks about her addiction at inquest

Tom Cohen said that she had been using methadone for the past two and a half years but suspected that she started using again in February [...]

Irish launch of bionic suit

The Ekso suit allows paralysed people wearing it to stand and walk [...]

Share your #BorderLives story

Project hopes to reach out to Irish Diaspora [...]

Charity urges public to use epilepsy register

Register is helping researchers prevent unexpected epilepsy deaths [...]

Rankin’s Irish bread even on sale in Arab Gulf

Irwin's Bakery says fresh bread will reach Abu Dhabi supermarkets within 24 hours [...]

‘Epic Dublin’ street history series back with seventh video

Short film series on Dublin focuses on Parliament Street this time [...]

Police search turns up nothing

David Hennessy Police have found nothing in their forensic search of a garden in the Finsbury Park area, a house formerly occupied by an Irish family. Police were searching for human remains they believed had been [...]

Hurrah! Now you can save FB articles to read later

A new save function will allow users to return to interesting posts at a later time to counteract the distracting nature of the channel's news feed [...]

Genealogy site put users at ‘obvious’ risk of identity theft

Fears of identity theft force Irish government to shut down part of its much-heralded genealogy website [...]

Half a million worth of cannabis seized in Dublin

The drugs bust was conducted yesterday evening in West Dublin [...]

Glasgow pub shuts after sectarian trouble

It has made history as the first pub to ever be closed down with immediate effect in the city [...]

Irish tourist survives Spanish balcony fall

The 20 year old's fall was broken by a tree [...]

Search resumes for missing Irish surfer

A warning was issued on Saturday about dangerous conditions along NSW coast [...]

Bodies of two brothers found in Sligo

It looks like the man killed the young boy before taking his own life [...]

Owner calls proposed theatre sale ‘barbarous’

Harry Crosbie says sale would be 'uncivil act' [...]

Nun among dead in Malaysian disaster

Nun was on trip of a lifetime, said friend [...]

Third Dundon jailed for life, remaining siblings in London

  By David Hennessy Wayne Dundon, of the Dundon family who waged a bloody war against their gangland rivals in Limerick throughout the 2000s, has been sentenced to life in prison, along with Nathan Killeen, for [...]

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