Shane O'Brien is a journalist at IrishCentral. Shane studied journalism at DIT for four years before moving to New York in 2019, where he worked for the Queens Post, a local Queens publication. While living in New York he also freelanced for a number of Irish outlets and covered a number of high profile sporting events in the Big Apple. He started working with IrishCentral on his return to Ireland in January 2020.
Brigid Kavanagh, from County Roscommon, turned 95 in February and published a collection of 95 poems and stories to mark each year in her life.
Primrose Cottage in Duncormick offers the perfect blend of tradition and modern comforts.
Frederick Douglass spent four months in Ireland in 1845 and 1846 and became inspired by Irish politician Daniel O'Connell.
Did you know that Irish revolutionary giant Michael Collins once owned a pair of bright blue slippers with wolves stitched on the front?
As of February 28, there have been a total of 6,374 coronavirus-related deaths and 332,085 confirmed cases of coronavirus reported between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland inclusive.
One member of An Garda Síochána was hospitalized after protesters hurled fireworks and other projectiles at gardaí near St. Stephen's Green in Dublin.
Roy Greenslade, a former Daily Mirror editor, a London Times senior editor and later The Guardian media editor, has revealed his secret support for the IRA during The Troubles. He also secretly wrote a column for the IRA newspaper, An Phoblacht, during the period.
The New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade has launched a virtual greeting wall to honor frontline workers and celebrate loved ones this March 17.
New York GAA's Larry McCarthy became the GAA's first-ever overseas President on Saturday.
Protesters hurled fireworks and other projectiles at members of An Garda Síochána during a violent protest in Dublin on Saturday.