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.
Thousands of demonstators called for the Israeli Ambassador to Ireland to expelled amid rising tensions and violence between Israel and Palestine.
The Tourism Recovery Oversight Group has told Tourism Minister Catherine Martin that opening up Ireland's borders to international tourists could generate €1 billion in revenue and create an additional 50,000 jobs.
Iconic Irish record label Claddagh Records, which played a critical role in the revival of Irish music and poetry during the 20th century, will remaster and digitize its archive as part of the deal.
Did you know that the "F" in John F. Kennedy's name comes from Bruff in County Limerick?
Angela Yen, 27, underwent tonsil surgery on April 19 and was astonished when she woke up with a newfound Irish accent 10 days after the procedure.
The attack has caused widespread disruptions to outpatient appointments and other services and has been described as the most significant cybercrime attempt against the Irish state.
A new series in the works will tell the story of the immigrant workers who helped build the Empire State Building in a record 13 months between March 1930 and May 1931.
Deirdre Morley is due to stand trial next week for the murder of her three children Conor, 9, Darragh, 7, and Carla, 3, in her family home in Newcastle, County Dublin, on January 24, 2020.
The creative new #LooksLikeGuinness campaign features everyday items that somewhat resemble a pint of the black stuff.