Any attempt to renegotiate the Brexit deal could see the whole agreement unravel, Ireland’s prime minister has warned.
Number two will face number one in the world when Ireland host New Zealand in Dublin.
Dan Leavy has been forced to withdraw from Ireland’s autumn clash with New Zealand due to “general tightness”.
Kieran Marmion has warned New Zealand that targeting compatriot and Ireland centre Bundee Aki could backfire.
Joe Schmidt has launched a strong defence of Bundee Aki’s right and readiness to wear Ireland’s colours against his native New Zealand on Saturday.
Ireland’s deputy premier has rejected claims the Irish government is portraying the draft Brexit deal as a victory.
Lock Devin Toner has been drafted in to start Saturday’s clash with New Zealand as Ireland look to shore up their lineout in Dublin.
Representatives from Northern Ireland parties have said that the draft agreement for Brexit is an opportunity to look at the glass “half-full”.
The Taoiseach has hailed Theresa May for “honouring her promise” to avoid a hard border in Ireland post-Brexit.
Hundreds of people protested in Dublin city centre on Wednesday to highlight concerns over how rape trials are conducted in Ireland.
The Irish Government has dismissed reports of a breakthrough in the Brexit negotiations as “speculation”.
Female activists in Ireland have been posting photos of their underwear online after a barrister in a rape trial drew attention to a female complainant’s thong.
The customs expert who wrote a report for the European Parliament on the solution to the border post-Brexit did not visit the Irish border at the time.
New Zealand’s deputy prime minister has said that opening an embassy in Dublin was one of the first decisions his government made after Brexit.
More than 60% of Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland small business owners believe Brexit will negatively affect their company’s future.
Hundreds of people from across Ireland descended on St Patrick’s Hall in Dublin Castle for the president’s historic inauguration.
Irish leader Leo Varadkar is to attend the centenary Armistice Day commemoration in Paris on Sunday.
Fianna Fail senator Mark Daly has been stripped of his role as deputy leader of the Seanad over his involvement in an announcement of the party’s first candidate in Northern Ireland.
A group of doctors have said they have “lost faith” in Irish Health Minister Simon Harris, saying their concerns are not being listened to over abortion.
A plaque has been unveiled in Dublin to mark two Beatles concerts 55 years ago.
Brexit is undermining 20 years of peace in Northern Ireland and is fraying relationships between Britain and Ireland, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.
A leading Irish politician has blasted Brexiteer claims that a Northern Ireland border backstop is unnecessary as “completely unfeasible”, warning that the peace process would be under threat without a deal.
Karen Bradley has called on Northern Ireland’s political parties to “stop grandstanding” and take ownership of seeing devolved government return to Stormont.
Irish President Michael D Higgins has written to the country’s premier requesting his inauguration be delayed to allow people to attend Armistice Day commemorations.
Michael D Higgins has pledged to be a president for all the people of Ireland as he stormed to a resounding and convincing victory.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar moved to reassure Irish citizens living in Northern Ireland that his government will not turn its back on them during a visit to a city just a few miles from the border.
Turnout in the Irish presidential election appears to be low in many areas of the country as voters continue to cast their ballots.
As Ireland went to the polls for the presidential election, the tradition of voters bringing their dogs to the polls returned in full force.
Candidates in the Irish presidential election have started casting their votes at polling stations across the country.
Voting has begun in Ireland to elect the country’s next president.