The leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) has said she wants a “sensible” Brexit deal that works for people in Northern Ireland and in the Republic.
Up to 100 demonstrators gathered outside Leinster House in Dublin on Monday morning to protest against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s visit to Dublin.
Warren Gatland says it is important that Wales are “rugby-ready” as they move towards their World Cup opener against Georgia.
Scarlets fly-half Rhys Patchell will feature in a Wales team showing 15 changes for Saturday’s final World Cup preparation game against Ireland.
A protest has taken place outside the British Embassy in Dublin over the proroguing of the UK Parliament.
The second lady of the United States has enjoyed a tour of a Victorian walled garden in Phoenix Park, Dublin.
An Irish businessman has been jailed for three years for having an illegal 10,000-volt stun gun disguised as a torch among an arsenal of weaponry in his “highly fortified” mansion home.
A new three-nation T20 international series has been announced between Scotland, Ireland and Netherlands, which will be held in Dublin from 15-20 September.
Two people have been arrested after three wax heads were stolen from a museum in Dublin.
It's the trip of a lifetime for a committed mother from Wales.
Claret Jug winner Shane Lowry has continued his celebrations in Dublin long after winning The Open.
Ireland’s president has led tributes to Irish men and women killed in conflict, during a commemorative ceremony in Dublin.
An Irish businessman is facing five years in prison after being convicted of having a “10,000-volt” stun gun disguised as a torch, found among an arsenal of weaponry inside his “fortified” mansion home.
The jury has retired to consider its verdict in the trial of an Irish businessman accused of having a “10,000-volt” stun gun disguised as a torch in his house.
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Dublin for the city’s annual Pride parade.
The Irish premier has said that a no-deal Brexit would have a severe impact on the Holyhead/Dublin trade route.
Spice Girls star Melanie Brown has said she hopes the sound “will be much better” for their next gig after some fans complained about the sound during their first show.
The Spice Girls have kicked off their first arena tour in a decade with their hit single Spice Up Your Life and a fireworks display.
Emma Bunton is confident about the Spice Girls’ comeback, saying “I think we’re there”.
The Spice Girls will reunite on stage for the first time in seven years when they perform in Dublin tonight.
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”.
Spice Girls fans in Ireland are celebrating after the group added an Irish date to their comeback tour.
A plaque has been unveiled in Dublin to mark two Beatles concerts 55 years ago.
Budget airline Ryanair has ditched its service from Aberdeen to Malaga in Spain, citing “commercial reasons”.
Taylor Swift has told tens of thousands of screaming fans in Dublin’s Croke Park that it was an honour to play for “the generous and loving” people in the Irish capital.
A tower built in tribute to one of Ireland’s most celebrated politicians has reopened – 47 years after being damaged in a bomb blast.
Scotland look to beating their Six Nations away day difficulties and building on the Calcutta Cup victory
The first 20 minutes in Dublin will be a key factor in Scotland beating their Six Nations away day difficulties and building on the Calcutta Cup victory, believes Stuart McInally.
The Script entered Scotland’s ‘Hall of Fame’ with a vengeance when the three-piece band put on electrifying performance in Aberdeen on Saturday.
The doors to a Cadbury Creme Egg cafe have opened in Dublin but you have all but a few precious days to visit.
Shocking footage has emerged of the moment gunmen opened fire at a boxing weigh-in in Dublin.
One man has died and two others are injured after a shooting incident at a hotel in Dublin.