Irish unemployment at lowest rate for five years

Unemployment in Ireland has dropped by 10,400 in just three months, seeing the jobless rate at its lowest figure in five years [...]

Liam McCarthy coming to London

Denis “Rackard” Cody, one of Kilkenny's backroom staff, is touring the cup around the capital this weekend to raise money for Our Lady’s Hospital, Crumlin [...]

COMPETITION – win tickets for close of Irish Film Festival

Brian Gleeson stars in Standby, a romantic comedy about reunited love, and we are giving you the chance to attend for the festival's closing night [...]

What’s on at the Irish Film Festival London

The festival launches last night, with six UK premieres across the capital, lectures and Q&As there's something for every Irish film fan. Check out our guide here [...]

Comic book classics now published in Irish

Childhood favourites Asterix and Tintin are to speak as gaeilge for the first ever time [...]

‘Gay’ Irish bull saved from slaughter by Simpsons creator

The Hollywood producer has saved Benjy the bull who was up for slaughter after being declared gay by a vet due to his failure to mate [...]

Noonan: Don’t touch AIB shares… yet

Ireland's Finance Minister took the unusual step of warning investors to stay away from shares in government-owned bank AIB because they are 'overvalued'. [...]

Ireland to get its own Orient Express

The company who run the Orient Express are bringing a luxury sleeper train for guests to explore the island in the most opulent of land cruises [...]

Police search for missing teen Berry-Cronin

16-year-old Kathrina Berry-Cronin was last seen in Wembley on Saturday [...]

Russell Brand speaks out about Irish water charges

The London comedian has taken to his news YouTube account 'The Trews' to give his thoughts on Ireland charging for water [...]

Cadet who laid last poppy is descendant of fallen Irish WW1 soldier

Teenager Harry Hayes is the great great great nephew of Private Patrick Kelly, of the 1st Battallion of the Irish Guards, who was killed in action in 1918 [...]

Ireland appoint ambassador to the Vatican

Emma Madigan was received by Pope Francis, three years after Dublin closed its embassy citing economical reasons [...]

Seven decades later, Ireland lays its wreath

It was the first time that the country was represented at the annual WW1 commemorations at the Cenotaph [...]

Irish twins to open UK’s first ever cereal cafe

"We’re not just selling a hum-drum bowl of cereal – we’re giving it a makeover!" [...]

Race night for three year old girl’s cancer treatment

A London pub is raising money for their Irish friends whose young daughter is undergoing cancer treatment in New Zealand [...]

McDonagh family jailed for 13 years

The six relatives pleaded guilty to 150 catalytic converter thefts across London since July 2013 and similar thefts have reduced by half since their arrest [...]

Emigration taking toll on mothers’ mental health

A new Trinity College report studies the excessive lonliness and depression felt by Irish mothers when the recession forced their children to move away [...]

Fair Deal nursing home applicants on fifteen week waiting list

Irish charity ALONE who support older people in need has condemned the 15 week waiting lists currently facing Fair Deal Scheme applicants. [...]

Irish senators’ bill on adoption rights

If passed by the Irish government then adopted children will have the right to their original birth certificate and parents' details subject to consent [...]

Police appeal for missing teen William Murphy

The 16-year-old, from Ealing, was last seen on October 22 [...]

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