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Dublin: 0 °C Saturday 25 March, 2017

Thursday 23 March, 2017

'He expanded the definition of us': Clinton's tribute to McGuinness, as thousands pay respects

The former US President drew laughter from the crowd as he paid tribute to McGuinness.

Applause for Taoiseach as Clinton says 'thank you' for raising immigration with Trump

“As an American I have to say a special word of thanks to the sitting Taoiseach,” Clinton said.


Wednesday 22 March, 2017

Tourists locked inside London Eye pods amid major security alert

The attraction says it is in constant contact with its guests.

Theresa May 'bundled into car' by police with firearms drawn

She was escorted to the vehicle by at least eight armed undercover police officers.

Wreckage of Coast Guard helicopter located off Mayo coast

A statement has been issued by investigators this afternoon.

Tuesday 21 March, 2017

Coffin of Martin McGuinness carried to his home in Derry

Gerry Adams and Michelle O’Neill helped carry the coffin this afternoon.

Monday 20 March, 2017

Man (50s) killed in workplace accident at Cork caravan park

Separate Garda and Health and Safety Authority investigations are under way.

Sunday 19 March, 2017

'I wonder how long before there's a liberal Bishop Eamonn Casey moment?'

Have the liberal commentariat taken over a space once occupied by the Catholic Church, Brendan O’Connor asks.

Saturday 18 March, 2017

How the Wax Museum is using Pokémon tech to bring Brendan Behan to life

Augmented Reality features will add an extra layer of experience at the attraction’s new home.

'People feel really abandoned': Brendan O'Connor on services for children with disabilities

We’re still abdicating our responsibility to take care of our most vulnerable children, O’Connor says.

Friday 17 March, 2017

As it happened: St Patrick's Day at home and abroad

The main parades are all under way – we’ll be bringing you all the colour and spectacle!

'Trump was lectured on immigration': Here's how the US media covered Enda's visit

The New York Times’ story was headlined: “Irish Premier Uses St. Patrick’s Day Ritual to Lecture Trump on Immigration”.

In 'hostile conditions', searchers find section of Coast Guard helicopter on Black Rock

No impact marks of significance have been found on the island, the chief investigator said.

Wednesday 15 March, 2017

The Wax Museum is back (again) - just don't call it a Wax Museum

We took a tour. There weren’t any waxworks – but Brendan Behan’s floating head appeared for a chat.

Murder investigation launched into death of Irish woman in India

The woman’s family have asked that their privacy be respected by the media.

The Northeast US is a slippery mess thanks to Storm Stella

Flights were cancelled across the region – but things are expected to get back to normal in the next 24 hours.

Murder investigation launched after child found dead near Oxford

A woman in her 40s, who is from the area, has been arrested.

Tuesday 14 March, 2017

Lock-down: Private security to man 40 access points at Temple Bar on Paddy's Day

The plan was trialled last year, and has been deemed a success.

Monday 13 March, 2017

Galway stabbing: Man (60s) released without charge

The victim has been named locally as 39-year-old Christy McGrath.

Watch Enda Kenny teach a US reporter how to pronounce 'Taoiseach'

“Say it again now for the television!”

Man (60s) who was injured in farm accident dies in hospital

The farmer suffered serious head injuries on Friday morning.

On blizzard watch: New York is preparing for the biggest snowstorm of the season

Over two thousand flights have been cancelled across the region.

It will be 17 degrees today


Wednesday 8 March, 2017

Repeal protests attract thousands to the streets of Dublin

Similar demonstrations were staged in other cities around Ireland.

Tuesday 7 March, 2017

'It's not a done deal by any means but it's positive': Ava Barry edges closer to cannabis medication

Upon arriving in Leinster House, Vera could barely make it down the corridors due to being stopped for handshakes.

Monday 6 March, 2017

Using a wheelchair, Vera Twomey nears the end of her trek to Dublin for her daughter Ava

Using a wheelchair, Vera Twomey nears the end of her trek to Dublin for her daughter

Health Minister Simon Harris said he will be available to meet with Vera tomorrow.

Saturday 4 March, 2017

Irish giant's bones will stay at London museum - but he wanted to be buried at sea

The skeleton of Charles Byrne is on display in a museum dedicated to the surgeon who acquired his remains.

Tuam babies: What's been happening since the mass grave revelations three years ago?

Reports about a mass grave first hit the headlines in May of 2014. Here’s what’s happened since.

Friday 3 March, 2017

It's looking like a very, very good day for Sinn Féin in the North

The assembly’s executive could be suspended if Sinn Féin and the DUP can’t sort things out.

Severe downpours: The weekend weather forecast isn't particularly good

If you’re planning to go out, it’s a good weekend to stay in.

Thursday 2 March, 2017

Remember the 'Battle of Gorse Hill'? The house is on sale with an €8.5 million asking price

Depending on who you talk to it’s either one of “Dublin’s finest coastal properties” or just “bog standard”.

Maintaining tradition, Trump declares March 'Irish-American Heritage Month'

It’s not a particularly old tradition. In fact, it barely predates Lethal Weapon 3.

Careful out there - the weather's still rotten, and road conditions aren't great

There’s a wind warning in place – and more heavy showers on the way later.

Wednesday 1 March, 2017

'Not a time for green beer and shamrocks': Ex-Governor's stark message to Enda over Trump

Martin O’Malley said it wasn’t a time to be giving bowls of shamrock “to white supremacists with Irish surnames”.

Incoming: There's some hideous weather on the way later

A weather warning comes into effect in Munster, Wexford and Galway this afternoon.

The most dangerous time for mobile phone theft is between 10pm and 4am at weekends

Gardaí are boosting patrols in danger areas as part of a new campaign.

Ireland's breast milk bank is running very low on supply

There’s only two weeks of supply left at the island’s only milk bank.

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