Tribute to GAA stalwart Sylvie Donoghue

The 72-year-old Portumna native, and former chairman of the Gloucestershire county board, was tragically killed this morning in a cycling accident [...]

Derry family’s appeal for missing son in Liverpool

31-year-old Michael Curran was last seen boarding a bus in the city centre on Tuesday and is described as vulnerable [...]

Enda Kenny’s Christmas message addresses mass emigration

In an online video to the Irish at home and abroad the Taoiseach admits that Facetime is no substitute for face to face at Christmas [...]

RTE longwave service saved until 2017

The controversial closure of the service, which allows the Irish in the UK to listen to RTE here, has been scrapped until at least 2017 [...]

Aer Lingus rejects British Airways takeover bid

They say that IAG's, the owners of BA, bid 'undervalued' the 'attractive prospects' of the company [...]

Farewell to Morans at Cricklewood’s Crown

Dalata Ireland will become Ireland's biggest hotel group after the acquisition, but the Moran family are expected to retain the Red Cow in Dublin [...]

Bethlehem Peace Light in Ireland

The light, lit from the eternal flames at the birthplace of Jesus, has arrived in Dublin via Bethlehem, Austria and the UK [...]

NZ police apologise for Irish tourist blunder

The man whose kayak was strapped sideways was actually from New Zealand after the wind had blown it the wrong way around [...]

Irish government launches €27.5m fund for dementia

Almost half of the money is coming from Irish American Chuck Feeney's Atlantic Philanthropies foundation, to help increase community support for sufferers [...]

One in six Irish people have never used the internet

Figures for 2014 show that 16 per cent of people in Ireland have never used the internet, which is a huge decrease from 42 per cent eight years ago [...]

Teen charged with murder of Irishman

A 13-year-old was yesterday charged with the murder of Christopher John Barry, known locally as Jack, outside his north London home in Edmonton on Sunday. [...]

Five teens arrested over fatal stabbing of Irish man

Jack Barry, a 52-year-old Cork construction worker, was stabbed to death outside his north London home [...]

Wetherspoons to open Dublin hotel/pub combo

They have acquired a hostel on Camden Street, near to Copper Face Jacks, and are planning to develop it into a 100-room hotel [...]

Mary McAleese appointed professor at London university

The former Irish President is made Distinguished Professor in Irish Studies at St Mary’s University [...]

Google launches Irish Gmail service

Brush up on a cúpla focal as Google makes Irish its 72nd language on its email client [...]

Irish Minister meets with London Magdalene Laundries survivors

Frances Fitzgerald visited the IWSSN's Whispering Hope Centre, and told how almost a quarter of Magdalene Scheme applicants were based in the UK [...]

Extension for victims to claim Symphysiotomy Payment Scheme

In exceptional circumstances victims of the childbirth procedure can now apply for the Irish State's Symphysiotomy Payment Scheme until January 14 [...]

Bryan Rooney and Brendan Gleeson in TG4 doc

This Christmas TG4 are airing 'An Godfather' which follows the story of the London based Leitrim fiddling hero led by star fan and fellow musician Gleeson [...]

Angels open Dublin’s live animal crib

Lord Mayor Cllr Christy Burke opened the crib at Mansion House with the help of a choir, with proceeds raised going to a homeless charity [...]

Wetherspoon’s pull plug on Heineken

Heineken is Ireland's biggest selling draught beer but the pub chain will stop serving the lager in both the UK and Ireland over a supply row over pricing [...]

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