Brexit is already affecting the Republic of Ireland and the North before it even starts.
The county cannot catch a break in a truly mystifying series of events that defies all description.
Bigotry works both ways, as this odious anti-Irish and anti-black t-shirt reminds us.
Why are so many Americans - including many Irish Catholics - cheering for the bullies in 2017?
Master storyteller's imagines his death after hunger strike in Mountjoy having attacked Donald Trump, im-peaching him.
The Cead Mile Failte is still important but it needs to be backed up with the real thing, not the diddley-eye version of an Irish holiday.
Happy 104th Birthday Fr Joseph Mallin, son of 1916 martyr. You are right, the British set up your father.
On Sunday, September 17, the greatest sporting event on the Irish calendar each year will take place, witnessed by 83k fans at Croke Park.
On the 65th anniversary of the release of The Quiet Man I watched it for the first time.
Bad news for the haters: "The Quiet Man" is growing in stature, not merely as entertainment, but as a work of art.
Truth is that even though we do have a very serious housing shortage, particularly in Dublin, relatively few people here end up on the street.
The decision last week by Donald Trump to join with Typhoon Chuck Schumer and mini-me stormtrooper Nancy Pelosi took the entire weather-beaten GOP by surprise.
"I met two... ladies during showers of rain in Co. Mayo years ago, and their reactions to the rain falling down on top of them were sharply contrasting."
"Are those the names of all the people who died?”
I'd never seen a hurling game, but I did know enough about its importance in Irish culture — one person described the final as “the Zenith of Irishness” — to know it would be an affront to my heritage to miss this opportunity.
Charlottesville, Steve Bannon, Sheriff Joe Arpaio and now DACA – compassion for dreamers would be a step in the right direction but whether he is capable of it is a vexing question.
In six months the Trump administration will terminate DACA, the Obama-era program that allows young people brought to the United States as children to live and work legally.
Unconcerned with “what Our Lady did” she realized time was running out and wrote The Six Marys in a weekend
John Mitchel was one of the most extreme pro-slavery advocates of the American Civil War.
Dingle’s lively, carefree and heart-warming spirit is clearly matched to village mascot.
Ireland’s national anthem, Amhrán na bhFiann, is a militaristic anachronism. Is it time to change it?
From fashion to traditions old and new – wonderful things happen when an American attends her first Irish wedding.
When the final history is written abusive priests should be brought to justice but we should remember those Catholics who made the world a better place.
A move by Trump to start a war with North Korea could spell disaster for the Irish tourism industry, heavily reliant on US visitors after Brexit.
Was Richard ‘Dick’ Dowling a racist? And is it appropriate to commemorate him in the middle of his home town in the West of Ireland?
An Irish recipe repertoire essential - simple delicious colcannon
Tullamore D.E.W. Irish whiskey launches stunning campaign inspired by the history of ‘No Irish Need Apply’
Bono should refuse George W Bush award and apologize to Donald Trump
American and returning emigrant drivers discriminated against in Ireland
Welcoming the autumnal equinox at one of Ireland’s most magical ancient sites
Meeting with J.P. Donleavy, author of "The Gingerman"
Irish pro-choice abortion group protest wearing chilling Handmaid’s Tale costumes
Irish government launches directory of the global Irish diaspora