Dancehall stalwart’s family ask friends to contact him

Harry Dusky is struggling with bad health, but would love to get in touch with people he knew from his time on the Irish and country music circuit [...]

Camden’s London Irish Centre is celebrating its 60th!

Head down to the Centre on September 13 for the big party [...]

Welsh police investigate fatal assault outside Irish pub

Gwent Police are investigating the death of 26-year-old Jake Mark Sweeney who suffered head injuries [...]

New postage stamp issued to celebrate Seamus Heaney

Ireland's postal service have today released the commemorative stamp ahead of his first year anniversary on Saturday [...]

Warning to UK residents who owe Irish property tax

Emigrants who own property in Ireland may owe NPPR tax that they are unaware of, and face hefty penalties for late payments [...]

Paddy Power enjoy record growth in store and online

The Irish bookmaker announced their interim results in the same year that rivals William Hill identified 109 shops for closure [...]

First posthumous Victoria Cross recipient honoured in Dublin

The Westmeath soldier died in the First World War while serving for the British army aged 24 [...]

Fota staving off extinction for three at risk species

The wildlife park in Cork is home to three of the top ten most endangered reptiles [...]

Ryanair unveil business class prices and benefits

The budget airline announced ticket sales, of which prices start at £59.99, due to over a quarter of their customers travelling on business [...]

Farewell Albert

In his way, he represented the very best of what we think makes being Irish somehow special. [...]

Brian D’Arcy pays tribute to Albert Reynolds

The priest and writer was a close friend of Ireland's ninth Taoiseach, and lead the prayers at his State Funeral [...]

Confirmed – Donegal man did not have Ebola

Quinn, who worked for an Irish company in Sierra Leone, had been treated for malaria [...]

Albert Reynolds’ state funeral to be held on Monday

The former Taoiseach will be laid to rest in Shankhill's Shanganagh Cemetery in Dublin [...]

Police investigate Ireland jihadi base

Nearly thirty Irish Muslims have moved to zones of conflict in recent months [...]

Brendan Gleeson at The Grand Seduction preview

There was a special preview screening at the Lighthouse Cinema in Dublin last night [...]

Major on Reynolds: “A friend I cherish and will miss”

The two became great friends while serving as Taoiseach and Prime Minister [...]

Albert Reynolds – a career in pictures

The former Taoiseach died overnight aged 81 [...]

Former Taoiseach Reynolds dies at 81

Mr Reynolds was instrumental in the NI peace process [...]

Over 1,500 protest at Ireland’s abortion laws

A simultaneous protest was held outside the Irish Embassy in London [...]

Cross-border appeal for Derry pensioner

By staff reporter William Doherty went missing from his Derry home yesterday Police say the 86 year old could have crossed the Irish border and are asking for the public’s help to locate him. He has [...]

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