Irish police officers have been undergoing weeks of training to qualify in public order policing.
Donald Tusk has expressed EU solidarity with Ireland amid Brexit talks in Dublin.
The drone no-fly zone around airports has been extended to protect aircraft.
Joe Schmidt has conceded Ireland have struggled to cope with the pressure of their stellar 2018.
A suspicious package sent to a Scottish university is believed to be linked to the three explosive devices sent to transport hubs in London on Tuesday, Police Scotland has said.
The Irish Foreign Minister says he is embarrassed that explosive packages sent to major transport hubs may have come from Dublin.
Flanker Arthur Iturria hopes France can avoid hitting Ireland’s “wall of green” for the second year running in Sunday’s Guinness Six Nations encounter.
Michael D Higgins welcomed trad fusion supergroup The Gloaming “home” as they returned to the National Concert Hall in Dublin for their spring residency.
Former SDLP leader Mark Durkan is set to run as an election candidate for Fine Gael.
The grandson of a woman incarcerated in one of Ireland’s notorious Magdalene laundries has spoken of his family’s pride as he attended an emotional commemoration.
Monica Lewinsky has called for greater compassion in society and online as she told how she almost took her own life.
The voices of unionist workers must be heard in the debate on ending Irish partition, trade union members campaigning for unity have said.
Newly restored letters from the Irish War of Independence have unearthed a detailed description of a battle in the city of Londonderry.
A no-deal Brexit would be a lose, lose, lose for the UK, Ireland and Europe, the Irish deputy premier warned as he outlined emergency plans.
Ireland’s main opposition party has called for more robust regulations after a drone sighting caused the suspension of flights at Dublin Airport.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has told the Irish parliament that the UK Conservative government’s reliance on DUP votes “creates a problem” in restoring a government in Northern Ireland.
The Taoiseach has said that the inquiry into the children’s hospital overspend will now assign individual responsibility after criticism of its parameters.
The Sinn Fein leader says that looking at how Scotland’s MPs are treated in Westminster affirms her belief in abstentionism.
Sinn Fein president Mary Lou McDonald has said that the unionist community needs to be a part of planning for a united Ireland.
A former financier who laundered some of the proceeds of the Northern Bank robbery has sought to compel the Irish state to explain what happened to around £3 million seized from his home.
Facebook has announced 1,000 new jobs will be created in its Irish offices in 2019.
Community leaders have told of their shock after a young man was killed and another injured in a shooting in Dublin.
A Dublin hospital has denied a claim made in the Irish parliament that it “refused” a woman an abortion.
The founder of “Kiss a Ginger Day” has hailed the event’s role in beating the bullies as it marked its 10th birthday.
Actor John Cleese has said creativity has become incredibly neglected and needs to be embraced by everyone.
Hollywood actor Colin Farrell has said he is finally content after years as a “pisshead druggie”.
Animal rights campaigners have criticised the culling of deer in one of Ireland’s best known public parks.
Former England rugby coach Stuart Lancaster says that public failure has made him a better leader.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister has said the country will not stand in the way if the British Government asks for an extension to Article 50.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister has warned the British Government that time for “wishful thinking” is over if it wants to avoid crashing out of the European Union.