Two Irishmen praised for rescuing Irish woman run over by three NY trains
IT was an Irish reunion with a difference - but it could have all ended in the darkest tragedy. Irish abroad
3,000 young people call Childline over 'lonely' Christmas
Many felt lonely and isolated Irish News
Fin whale dies after it washed up on Irish beach
A 20-metre male fin whale died a few hours after it was found washed up in Achill Island Irish News
Irish student to launch record-breaking bid to row across the Pacific
Science student will attempt to row across the Pacific Ocean Irish News
Emigration still hitting hard as 250 leave daily
Close to 250 people a day left Ireland in the past year as emigration continued to soar Irish News
Brother of Joe Dolan died on Christmas Day
Death occured almost six years to the day that his famous brother died. New Articles
Woman killed in crash 500m from spot where son died
Accident less than a kilometre from where her son died in a car crash earlier this year in Offaly Irish News
Evanne Ni Chuilinn opens up about the suicide of her brother this year
Claire Murphy RTE Sports presenter issues plea to 'keep loved ones close' as she spent her first Christmas without Cormac.
Mrs Brown's Boys beats Eastenders, Corrie and Downton to become most watched TV programme in UK on Christmas Day
Anthony Barnes, Press Association EastEnders lost its traditional slot topping the Christmas Day viewing as sitcom Mrs Brown's Boys became this year's most-watched programme.
An Irish mother abroad: The Swiss don't do small talk
Winifred Power But Winifred Power wonders if she might be jumping to unfair conclusions.
Being Irish Today: 'The Irish abroad stand on the shoulders of giants...'
I can still hear my mother crying. It is a heart-wrenching sound that will never leave me; a sound most immigrants carry in the cracks of their shattered hearts. Time dulls the pain but never heals the wound. And you would never want it to heal. Life
RTE's Daithi O'Se jumps to the defence of an Irish tourist who alleges a taxi driver refused to allow her friends speak Irish
A Glasgow taxi driver is under investigation for allegedly refusing to allow Irish tourists to speak Irish in his car. Irish News
Emigrants from Ireland are quite happy to be ‘smelly’ together
Irish expats love bumping into fellow countrymen Irish abroad
How do you get the Golden ticket?
An Irishwoman uses 'the luck of the Irish' to get the elusive US green card. Irish abroad
Americans sell our little beautiful island better than we do
Jane moved to the San Fran with flowers in her hair. Irish abroad
The long journey home
Braving the wild and rocky terrain of long distance travel can play havoc with your state of mind. Irish News
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Explainer: Australia is set to scrap the popular 457 visa programme: here's what it means for the Irish
'Why would anyone want to return?' - Ireland's latest emigration numbers spark major debate on social media
Fresh bid to seek release of Irishman imprisoned without trial for last three years
Lawyers for an...
Irish citizen on lockdown in South Sudan as violent gun battles rage
Irish jockey kicked in face by horse then run over by ambulance
Heroic Irish rock band save children from devastating US house fire
Revealed: More than five Irish people died abroad every week last year
[TICON-A VIDEO] Tragic nun who died in Ecuador earthquake gave up wild teenage lifestyle to help the poor
[TICON-A VIDEO] 'She was a superstar - everyone loved her' - young Irish nun among hundreds killed in Ecuador earthquake
'Government should consider raising the age of retirement,' says former finance secretary
The debate around...
Labour Party prepared to go back into government, says Howlin
Labour Party leader Brendan Howlin has given...
Pressure on Donohoe to sell shares in companies
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe is facing growing demands to sell his...
Varadkar's popularity soars but supporters want to be rewarded
[TICON-A VIDEO] Leo Varadkar's appointment as Taoiseach gives Fine Gael dramatic boost in the polls
Taking €100 water grant back would be wrong, says minister
Leo must show who's boss on both water and Garda reform
Budget focus on children and single parents
McGrath defends spending on special needs
Woman (35) caught with €115k while acting as a bookkeeper for serious criminals avoids jail
A WOMAN who was...
Afghan student 'afraid to walk the streets of Dublin' after he was beaten with hammer for stopping bike theft
Judge tells jury in Alan Cawley trial to consider whether accused had mental disorder
A judge has told the...
Jury to hear opening statements in Martens murder trial today
The Disclosures Tribunal timeline
'Road Tramps threatened to burn my family'
Dark secrets come out as Deep South tries 'Miss Molly'
Williams versus McDowell: the battle of the big beasts at the Disclosures Tribunal
Boxer who dragged a bouncer across the street and punched him 17 times in the head escapes conviction
Stronger safeguards for older people from exorbitant top-up charges are long overdue
We should have...
'Eating for two' myth risks harming mother and baby
Pregnant women who believe in the "eating for two" myth risk harming...
Irish children risk losing life-changing drug as HSE won't reimburse it
The company that produces the drug Vimizim,...
Fears over foster care safeguards
Hospitals short on doctors, but not of bosses - Mahony
Front line workers in the health service are 'becoming scared to practice medicine' - Dr Rhona Mahony
'Get advice, go to an expert and put the problem to bed' - New website aims to get men to look after their health
Revealed: Top complaints about Irish dentists
Don't fear catching bugs from seagulls - Harris
From undercover house-hunting to 'Rent Books' - here's how Ireland's Students' Unions are battling the...
System playing catch up to continue putting pupils first
It was to Ireland's shame in the late 1990s...
Autism diagnoses on rise as special needs education costs soar
A huge increase in the number of pupils in Irish...