Sinn Fein leader will never be forgotten by those who knew him and those who followed his life journey
"86 percent of those polled said they believed that the Catholic Church should have no role in maternity services."
Malcolm Rowley, 45, from Bantry, Co. Cork, may have lost control in his jump from the highest point on the cliffs which attract one million visitors a year.
Congregation at St. Patrick's Cathedral told "Martin McGuinness was one of those who had the courage and vision to see a path forward."
The 100-strong Citizens’ Assembly recommended abortion “with no restrictions as to the reason” by a majority of two to one.
I can virtually guarantee that your intervention in a very precise way can dramatically assist your team to glory both immediately and beyond.
“This is still the land of opportunity and remember that your hardest times will lead to your greatest times.”
Clive Anderson on how he made it his mission to ease the transition from life to death his career.
President and chairman of the board of the NYC St. Patrick’s Day parade will retire at the end of the 2018 academic hear.
"The cold winter is gone away and there is magic and hope everywhere across the whole island."
Eric Trump on Ireland and the Presidential family, including his Irish nanny, Dorothy.
It’s 1970s Boston and a secret arms deal comes unglued. Free Fire is dividing critics and audiences from the first scene.
Canny move in terms of domestic politics but May could awaken the fires of nationalism in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
As many as 1,000 soldiers are under investigation over 302 killings that took place over a 35-year period since 1969.
The mess all our politicians have made of this over the last decade proves they are incapable.
Papal Nuncio says the Catholic Church in Ireland is on the edge of a "cliff here, and we’re going to start into a free fall."
“We have a building in Dublin, but we’re interested in telling the full Irish experience... I think that’s exciting. I think that’s where Ireland is right now.”
"I need to be enjoying it not as an Irish, pale, sunburned and highly allergic person, but as close to a New Yorker as I can get."
"Come and see the New York that I see, love the New York that I love, walk around in it and live it and breathe it and understand why I and so many others move here, and decide never to return."
The extraordinary fact is a united Ireland is closer than ever, something we might never have considered while celebrating the Rising centenary.
Two ISIS suspects arrested in Ireland as police raid Waterford apartment
Jackie Kennedy's private life revealed by her Irish-born assistant
Things we wish we’d brought when we moved to Ireland (and what we should’ve left behind)
17 unique and historic places to stay on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, from the experts
A glimpse inside Ireland’s historic ghost villages (PHOTOS)
How to do Dublin on the cheap – wine, dine and make merry (PHOTOS)
Scottish mother blasted for selling “Provo girl” IRA dolls online
Leitrim Irish dancer captures magic of birds in murmuration
How the Irish (and Welsh) invented romantic love
Irish singer’s haunting version of WB Yeats' "16 Dead Men"
How Michael Collins tracked down a deadly informer after Bloody Sunday