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Enda Kenny called on to attend UN Ethiopian tax conference

The Taoiseach has still not confirmed if he is will go to discuss new Sustainable Development Goals so Oxfam Ireland have gathered over 3,000 signatures [...]

Speedy Co. Louth electric car to hit roads in 2016

The revolutionary prototype is due to hit the road next year, will hit speeds of 100km in under ten seconds, and will be made with Irish materials. [...]

Four new walking trails will let tourists see the real Dublin

Visitors to Dublin will be able to enjoy four new walking trails, taking in the city’s rich culture and history, with the added benefit of a new phone app [...]

Ireland unveils new active workplace initiative to combat obesity

Health Minister Leo Varadkar's new statutory public-sector policy aims to get people fit, improve diets & switch to sustainable travel [...]

Co. Down plasterers jailed for fraud

The two men, who used 747 fake invoices to steal almost £300,000 in fraudulent VAT claims, have been sentenced to 18 months imprisonment [...]

WANTED: Children’s fingerprints for unicorn art

This summer children from all over Ireland will take part in a collaborative art project in Dublin to celebrate colour [...]

Ireland’s fast food capitals revealed

Swords, in north Dublin, has the largest density of McDonalds in Ireland, with with one restaurant for every 18,642 people. [...]

Dermot O’Leary marks Joyce’s special day at Embassy

Celebrities turned out for a special Bloomsday breakfast, the day that commemorates James Joyce's classic Ulysses, as well as WB Yeats 150th anniversary [...]

Antrim father and son jailed for six months for tax fraud

They fraudulently claimed more than £59,000 in VAT using faked invoices for the purchase of buses for their coach hire businesses [...]

Dublin bucks European trend as cost of living rises

The Irish capital jumped two places on Mercer's annual global Cost of Living Survey, as London remained stable and other European cities dropped [...]

Cork City Council call for voting rights for Irish abroad

Cork City Council has unanimously passed a motion calling for voting rights for Irish citizens living abroad [...]

Irish among five dead in California balcony collapse

Ireland's Minister of foreign Affairs confirmed that a number of young Irish people are among the injured and dead from the tragedy [...]

Claddagh fundraiser for London Irish crime film

We talk to the director of Jack Mulligan ahead of the BibleCode Sundays and Monday Club's double bill in the Claddagh [...]

Man jailed for murdering his adopted son

Colin McSweeney clubbed his son over the head with an iron bar after a disagreement over him moving out of his parental home [...]

Public traffic to be banned from parts of Dublin city centre

The NTA propose public transport, cycling and pedestrian only links along North and South Quays, College Green, Suffolk Street and St. Stephen’s Green North [...]


London Irish teachers revolutionising maths learning for kids, and are targetting a £150k boost from Richard Branson [...]

What (most) Irish media can’t report

Ireland's richest man, and biggest media mogul, has gagged RTÉ and wants to re-write the official Dáil record [...]

Average parent spends extra £166 over half-term

The average parent will spend the extra money in an attempt to entertain their children, with as many as 3 per cent forking out as much as £500 [...]

Donegal accent voted best in Ireland

It's bad news for Leinster counties as their accents were voted among the least popular [...]

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