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Ireland's Licensed Vintners Association says the extended hours are a move in the right direction.
Arlene Foster, leader of the DUP and First Minister of Northern Ireland, is to mount a legal challenge against the so-called Northern Ireland Protocol.
Some scientists believe Ireland could reopen by summer if a zero-Covid strategy is implemented.
British media ire over clash between Martin McGuinness Peace Foundation and World Poetry Day.
The rate of child poverty in the United States is shameful.
Johnny McDaid, Irish musician and long-time partner of Courteney Cox, is going into business with his pal Ed Sheeran.
After learning about the "New Jersey European Heritage Association (NJEHA)," Tom Deignan considers Europeans identity in the US.
Craic Fest goes virtual this year with film premieres and discussions beginning March 4.
Eve Hewson reflects on being an actress with a very famous parent.
One can only imagine the reaction of Trump supporters if it had been Colin Kaepernick and Black Lives Matter that led the assault on the Capitol.
Where should the border to protect the EU Single Market and Customs Union be located?
Organizers for the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade are determined to have some kind of march on Fifth Avenue on March 17.
Not considered an "elite sport," GAA on-field activity including training and games will be not permitted until Easter at the earliest.
One of Ireland's most senior politicians could be quizzed by gardai in relation to a leaked GP's (General Practitioner) contract.
RTÉ's Late Late Show is calling on the Irish Diaspora to take part in their St. Patrick's Day special on March 17.
The stuttering pace of Ireland's vaccine rollout for Covid-19 has prompted calls for U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson to be invited to help run the country.
Irish Hollywood star has lent his support to stop the sale of the American Irish Historical Society on Fifth Avenue.
While international travel for the rest of the year remains unlikely, domestic tourism in Ireland could open back up.
"A surreal air of fatigue" seems to have settled across many of the historic events that have occurred recently in the US.
Love in lockdown? Irish American matchmaker Maureen Tara Nelson says the need for love and human connection has never been stronger.
Lockdown, vaccine rollout and mix ups. Figures are dropping however Ireland's vaccine rollout would not "fill you with confidence."
Set in 1929, and stars Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson as African American women who are able to pass as white.
"True to their muddy insights, females are still treated like second-class members in their church."
While the Irish government has disclosed how much it provided to support the AIHS, an online petition protesting the sale has gained more than 5,000 signatures.
Coalition talks between the two Irish political parties could be a possibility after the next general election.
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