On January 20, 1902, Kevin Barry was born in Dublin. His execution in 1920 is considered to be the "final straw" for Irish revolutionary leader Michael Collins.
An Irish woman who was scalded when hot coffee spilled in her lap at a McDonald’s Drive-Thru has been awarded €30,000 ($33,272) in damages.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are planning a two-day visit to Dublin and Cork in March.
On January 19, 1787, Mary Aikenhead, founder of the Irish Sisters of Charity and St. Vincent’s Hospital Dublin, was born in Cork.
A new era is underway and Dublin has already lost a match under Jim Gavin’s replacement, but Dessie Farrell insists one thing won’t change – Stephen Cluxton wants to play on with the All-Ireland champions.
Jumping into the slot of Dublin GAA football team manager, taking over from five-time All-Ireland champ Jim Gavin, there's no hiding for Dessie Farrell.
The human remains found in a burned-out car in Drumcondra are believed to be linked to the bag of limbs and part of a torso discovered in Coolock, in Dublin.
National Hat Day is January 15 in the US. To mark the day, we look at the saga of the hat Michael Collins was wearing when he was gunned down at Beal na mBlath in 1922.
Gruff Rhys, The Breath, Brìghde Chaimbeul, Mount Alaska, and Dublin Gospel Choir & Guests events all added.
Police carrying investigation after bag of human limbs discovered on a residential road in Coolock, north Dublin.
Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin is a huge tourist attraction. And right across from the front entrance, is another attraction, called the Gravediggers Bar.
The Wolfe Tones' "Come Out Ye Black and Tans" has shot to the top of the iTunes charts in both Ireland and the UK in the wake of the RIC commemoration controversy in Dublin.
Dublin man jailed in New York, having assaulted a County Longford man, Danny McGee, who died from one punch to the head outside Queens bar.
Clare Daly, Dublin politician, has said Ireland "has blood on our hands" for allowing the US military to use Shannon Airport, in County Clare, as a pitstop en route to the Middle East.
Two arrested as cross-border police operation sees shuttle-bus hijackers apprehended in County Armagh after kidnapping horror.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says it's a "shame" that some people and politicians are boycotting the planned Royal Irish Constabulary commemoration event.
Everywhere from Kerry, Mayo, Sligo and Dublin was drastically hit when "The Night of the Big Wind" demolished Ireland in 1839.
Born on Jan 6, 1898, Dubliner James Fitzmaurice became the aviation pioneer remembered for being the first pilot to fly transatlantic from east-to-west.
Irish punk group Fontaines D.C. won Album of the Year last year from BBC 6 Music and is only just getting started.
No trip to Dublin is complete without visiting Glasnevin Cemetery, one of the most beautiful and historically significant sites in all of Ireland.
The execution of Kevin Barry, the last straw for Michael Collins
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Irish tourist attraction of the week: 300-million-year-old Dunmore Cave
Book in January to score two-for-one airfare on select Irish adventures