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Irish bid for Brexit business hobbled by housing, transport woes

Ireland has gone on a charm offensive following Britain`s vote to leave the EU.

Comet craters brought 'seed of life' on Earth

Comet craters brought 'seed of life' on Earth

It has long been suggested that the meteoritic and cometary material that bombarded early Earth delivered the raw materials - complex organic molecules and water - and the energy that was required for synthesis. 

Man killed in Dublin in suspected gang attack: Reports

The brother of an Irish crime boss murdered in a gang feud in 2012 has died of his injuries after being shot in his car, Irish media reported on Tuesday.

Ireland votes amid austerity anger, fears of hung parliament

Ireland's voters were deciding on Friday who should lead their economically rebounding nation as polls suggested that the outcome of the general election could leave no party able to lead a stable coalition.

Thousands protest against austerity ahead of Irish vote

Thousands of protesters marched through Dublin on Saturday to call for an end to austerity, as Ireland prepares to vote in parliamentary elections.

Terror alert on Dublin-Edinburg plane after note claims passengers on flight armed with knives

A 20-year-old passenger sparked a terror alert, claiming people armed with knives were on board in Aer Lingus Regional flight EI 3258, en route from Dublin to Edinburg.

Scientists sequence first ancient Irish human genomes

A team of scientists in Ireland has sequenced the first genomes from ancient Irish humans, which is now being used to answer pivotal questions about the origins of the country's people and their culture.

Ireland celebrates 1st gay marriages after May referendum

Ireland celebrated its first gay marriages on Tuesday, six months after voters overwhelmingly chose to legalize the practice in the traditionally conservative Catholic nation.

Wish Indian community come out, cheer me in Dublin: Vijender Singh

Wish Indian community come out, cheer me in Dublin: Vijender Singh

Vijender Singh urged the Indian community in Dublin to turn up to support him during his second pro fight on November 7.

Ten dead, including children, at Dublin travellers' site

Ten people are now known to have died, including a baby and children, after a pre-dawn fire today at a site in Dublin housing members of the traveller community.

PM Modi's visit leads to NIIT setting up Ireland delivery centre

PM Modi's visit leads to NIIT setting up Ireland delivery centre

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's maiden visit to Ireland has been followed up by Indian IT firm NIIT announcing a new delivery centre to be set up here.

Congress slams PM Modi's 'secularism' jibe in Dublin, brands him an 'NRI PM'

The Congress party on Wednesday hit back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his `secularism` jibe in Dublin and branded him as an `NRI PM` who has visited almost a dozen countries in a short span of time.

PM Modi in Ireland: As it happened

Dublin: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Ireland on Wednesday on the first leg of his two-nation trip to Ireland and United States.  In Ireland, PM Modi held talks with the Taoiseach of Ireland, Enda Kenny.

Modi in Ireland: Here's how PM took jibe at 'pseudo-secularism'

Modi in Ireland: Here's how PM took jibe at 'pseudo-secularism'

In what may provide enough arsenal to his political opponents to attack him, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday took potshots at 'pseudo-secularism' prevailing in India while lauding the Irish children for chanting Sanskrit mantras.

PM Narendra Modi arrives in Dublin

PM Narendra Modi arrives in Dublin

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here on Wednesday on the first leg of his two-nation trip to Ireland and United States.

PM Narendra Modi leaves for seven-day trip to Ireland, US

PM Narendra Modi leaves for seven-day trip to Ireland, US

Prime Minister Narendra Modi early Wednesday morning left for a two-nation trip to Ireland and the United States, during which he will also address the annual United Nations General Assembly meet.

N Irish Unionists want Parliament suspended for crisis talks

Northern Ireland`s first minister will ask Britain`s Prime Minister to suspend the Northern Irish Assembly for four weeks to facilitate talks to save the power-sharing executive threatened by a crisis over an IRA-linked murder.

World T20 Qualifier: ACSU to probe Afghanistan-Hong Kong match for unusual betting patterns

World T20 Qualifier: ACSU to probe Afghanistan-Hong Kong match for unusual betting patterns

The Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACU) of International Cricket Council (ICC) will probe the Afghanistan-Hong Kong match in Dublin for a possible match-fixing.

Thousands celebrate Dublin Pride after marriage vote

Tens of thousands of revellers created a carnival atmosphere on the streets of Dublin on Saturday in the first gay Pride parade since Ireland became the first country in the world to vote for same-sex marriage.