Paddy Clancy has spent a lifetime in journalism, having worked for Irish and British national newspapers and is a former presenter of “It Says In The Papers” on RTE radio.
He has contributed to IrishCentral's sister publication, the Irish Voice, for a decade and now lives in Donegal where he continues to freelance for a variety of papers.
British Prime Minister Theresa May continues to walk on a political tightrope as her party’s Eurosceptics claim to have killed off her Chequers deal for agreement on Brexit with the EU.
Drought threatens to spread across Ireland and some hospitals have dealt with serious sunburn cases in the greatest long-term heat remembered for decades.
Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald told the party ard fheis her party is here to stay and told Fine Gael and Fianna Fail to "wake up and smell the coffee".
Former President of Ireland and theology academic said she has "no intention whatsoever" of going to confession after voting with the majority of Ireland to change abortion law.
Former Taoiseach Enda Kenny launched an unprecedented attack on the British political system within hours of his successor Leo Varadkar’s government announcing that Ireland aims to double its global footprint within seven years.
The Irish government and the business community have been given a boost with an outspoken demand by Scotland’s leading politician to protect a soft border in Ireland after Brexit, the British procedure to exit the European Union.
Sinn Fein, the SDLP, Alliance, and the Green Party reiterate that Northern Ireland should stay in the European Union’s single market and customs union.
The latest poll shows 52 percent will vote to repeal the 8th while Savita Halappanavar's parents call on Ireland's 3.2 million voters to remove Ireland's ban on abortion.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's big day is this Saturday! It's almost time for the big reveal but will the Irish American TV star turned royalty be wearing Irish lace?
The number of women who died in Ireland after receiving incorrect cancer smear test results has risen to 18.