Bewley’s on Grafton Street Closes

The iconic café is shutting down for six months for refurbishment and 140 staff are being laid off [...]

Catholic priest found guilty of sexual abuse

Father Anthony McSweeney was convicted of indecently assualting a boy under the age of 16, over a period of two years, thirty years ago [...]

London v Longford relocated to Greenford

The National Football League tie was due to be played at Ruislip's Emerald GAA grounds tomorrow [...]

Pink Snack to be discontinued

The news comes as over 200 Cadbury jobs are to be lost in Ireland, and was met with great disappointment from Thurles-born comedian Pat Shortt [...]

Coronation Street’s Sally helps Irish show turn Pink for Charity

'Young, Gifted and Green' are raising money for breast cancer at the Lowry Theatre, just a short distance from the famed cobbled streets of Wetherfield [...]

Czech tourist thanks Irish people after Galway theft

After his wallet contents were stolen from his hostel, random of acts of kindness helped him travel back home once his trip was cut short [...]

Enda Kenny: Because I’m worth it

When Enda was asked if he was worth his €3,500 a week pay, he replied 'very much so' [...]

Niagara Falls to go red and green for Mayo Day

The Niagara Falls are set to be turned red and green for Mayo Day this summer having gained support from a New York State Assemblyman and a local GAA man. [...]

Apple to create hundreds of jobs at new Galway data centre

Apple is building its first data centres outside of America and are planning to build a £624 million one in Athenry, Co. Galway. [...]

Irish numbers applying for Australian work visas dwindling

The number of visas for Irish backpackers and skilled workers fell by 43 per cent last year. [...]

Bright future for pubs adapting to new tastes

The first-ever trade show on the future of the pub industry, Pub15, took place last week at Olympia attracting over 150 high-end exhibitors. [...]

Charity Father Ted do to hit Clapham

Corkonian Mick Crowley is organising the event for CHECT charity after losing his eye to retinoblastoma aged 18 months [...]

VOTE: Irish publican up for English tourism award

Clare's Gerry O'Brien, running Kensington's Churchill Arms for over 25 years, is the only publican up for The Mirror's VisitEngland Tourism Superstar 2015 [...]

Did Ireland spend over the odds when repaying its debt?

Economist AshokaMody, who led the IMF team in charge of Ireland’s bail-out, said the country “absolutely” blew its opportunity of a fairer deal in 2011 [...]

Limerick man’s 43 years in building industry honoured

William O'Brien received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his work for VolkerFitzpatrick [...]

Online campaign to rename Kerry airport after local hero

Facebook group and petition has attracted almost 5,000 followers in order to honour Antartic explorer Tom Crean [...]

Coventry GAA rivals square up for boxing fundraiser

Roger Casements are hosting the UK's first GAA Boxing Fundraiser against Four Masters on March 27 [...]

WATCH: ‘Drunk’ passenger restrained on Ryanair flight

The flight to Dublin was diverted to Denmark after a shirtless man started throwing punches at the back of the aircraft [...]

Love/Hate video game planned to bring back Nidge

New crowdfunding project set up to create a video game that starts with Nidge looking for revenge after getting gunned down at the end of the last series [...]

The clock is ticking on grants

New Irish groups in the UK urged to claim their share of £5m grants [...]

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