Sinn Féin leader seeking to sow division, says Foster
Follow up search operations have taken place in Tallaght and Clondalkin following the recovery of a quantity of cocaine in the Ronanstown area in Dublin on Thursday evening.
A Portuguese airline has apologised for keeping more than 100 passengers stranded at Stuttgart airport after one of its flights was cancelled at the last-minute because of a drunken co-pilot.
Seamus Coleman has admitted his frustration at watching the Republic of Ireland's World Cup dream slip away as he sat helplessly by.
Fifty years ago today, 61 people were killed when an Aer Lingus plane crashed on a flight from Cork to London, and left many with questions on what caused the tragedy, writes Caroline O’Doherty.
Ireland’s Cricket World Cup qualifier against Afghanistan is playing away on the TV in the background as Rob Ryan sits in the Clanna Gael Fontenoy clubhouse in Dublin, gripping a hurley, and holding court on all things American football.
Last year, Democrats and Republicans alike agreed that if anyone could bring order to the Trump White House, it was the retired four-star US Marine general. Were they wrong?
It has been a super 12 months for Irish entertainers around the globe.
Austin is ‘doing well’, according to the hospital.
Ireland is no longer “over-shopped” and international investors have pumped €3bn into shopping centres to tap the upturn in consumer spending, according to a major report.
A few weeks ago, I came down with the flu. Not a nasty cold. The flu. In between sweating profusely and hallucinating that the entire ensemble case of Ru Paul’s Drag Race were forming intermittent conga lines at the foot of the bed, my wretched state did in fact afford me a lot of time to think. Mainly due to the fact that I had the attention span of a goldfish due to the number of steroids I was at that time ingesting and was rendered incapable of reading more than a few lines of print or watching anything more taxing than reality TV.