The Irish Rugby Football Union is to make €500,000 available to its clubs in light of the Covid-19 crisis, the governing body announced on Tuesday evening.
In Italy deaths surged by 627 in a day to 4,032 - by far the largest daily rise since the coronavirus outbreak emerged.
The cost of cancellations and postponements in the Irish rugby calendar due to the coronavirus outbreak will now hit the pockets of those involved in the professional game
Guinness PRO14 chiefs last night decided to suspend the 2019-20 season indefinitely, with the cross-border league going as far as to cancel its grand final, which had been set to take place in Cardiff on June 20.
NEWCASTLE in New South Wales is a coastal, coal city a few hours north of Sydney.
The country is now confronting its dependence on exports to China and the destructive power of global warming, but all Western nations will shortly have to reckon with both, says Carl Bildt
There is no doubt our climate is changing and while weather shouldn’t be confused with climate the fires in Australia have focused a lot of minds.
Ireland women’s head coach Adam Griggs has challenged his players to showcase their “world class” credentials in tomorrow’s Six Nations Championship clash with England.
Tourism Ireland's global greening line-up for St Patrick's Day includes the world's most famous arena — Madison Square Gardens in New York.
Iarnród Éireann are engaging with industry experts with the purpose of developing an over-height vehicle detection system for a Dublin city centre rail bridge.
“You can cope with sporadic cases but if there is a large number we will struggle to cope and probably won't,” said Dr Rory Dwyer, clinical lead of the Irish National Intensive Care Unit Audit.
The family members have tested negative for the coronavirus.
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Employees at the Dublin offices of Indeed have been told to work from home this week amid concerns of coronavirus.
Greg O’Shea says his commitment to his Irish sevens team mates was always going to override “two weeks on television” as the Love Island winner looks ahead to potential Olympic qualification.
Hannah Tyrrell has joined up with Ireland's Six Nations squad after spending the past fortnight away on Sevens duty in Hamilton and Sydney.
We have a warped relationship with home ownership in this country. We see it as a socialist stance to demand our own cabin rather than pay rent to the hated landlord.
Global shares and the price of oil dropped amid growing concern that a virus spreading from China could curb global growth.
Forestry expert and fireman Morgan Roche is fighting the ferocious bushfires in Australia, where he has lived for 20 years, says Nicky Sullivan
Here is a selection of people who are starting interesting new roles with public and private organisations in Ireland.
A ruling by the Dutch Supreme Court - that the country must press ahead with significant cuts in carbon emissions - could prove a breakthrough for climate activists, writes Kyran Fitzgerald.
An Irish paramedic working in Australia close to the bushfires has said the rural fire fighters are “unpaid heroes.”
The global community needs to come together to tackle climate change in 2020, according to the President of Ireland.
Almost one million Irish passports were issued in 2019 — a record number and a 7% increase on 2018.
Here are just a few of the families.
Australia continues to battle “catastrophic” fires as the severe heatwave and bushfire crisis continues.
Viewers from around the world tuned into the Irish Examiner's first-ever live broadcast of an inter-county match today.
Intoxication will play a major part in the defence of two Irish tourists accused of murdering a 66-year-old Indigenous man in Sydney, a court has heard.
One player even resorted to wearing a surgical mask.
When will governments and other global decision makers finally listen to the concerns of millions of people everywhere about the ravaging effects of climate change?
While an infamous onstage assault is well in the past, Aussie comedian Jim Jefferies is as outspoken as ever, writes Richard Fitzpatrick
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Research throws light on how other countries managed the transition of their declining energy industries to meet climate change targets, writes Kyran Fitzgerald
On Monday, RTÉ gave a powerful example of a core obligation of public service broadcasting — tell the truth, even if the sky should fall in.
Two botanical anniversaries occur in 2019. Twenty-five years ago David Noble, a New South Wales wildlife officer, abseiled into an unexplored gorge in the Blue Mountains and discovered trees from the age of the dinosaurs.
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