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On March 8, 1966, Nelson's Pillar, in Dublin city, was blown up. The question is, how did it take 157 years?
The way the national holiday has been celebrated has changed a lot over the years.
Fr Binoy Matthew, a priest in Dublin, says depriving parishioners of the Eucharist could have a "mental health cost."
A 30-year-old woman is in critical condition after being shot in the arm and chest in a co-ordinated attack.
International Women's Day, March 8, celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
Dubliner Carmel Snow transformed Harper’s Bazaar and made Andy Warhol and Truman Capote household names.
Jake Merriman appeared in court on March 3, charged in connection with a firework attack on gardaí at the protest in Dublin on February 27.
An air of despondency descended on the country here last week after the taoiseach's latest address to the nation about Covid.
This Irish staple dish dates all the way back to the 1700s.
For some, Saint Patrick’s Day is synonymous with a day spent drinking, but Ireland's pubs used to close for the day.
The evolution of St. Patrick’s Day - why we celebrate
St. Patrick's real name was actually Maewyn Succat
Popular Irish boy names as Gaeilge perfect for anybody born during Seachtain na Gaeilge
An American woman's first impressions of the famous Irish mammy
The one green thing you shouldn't eat for St. Patrick’s Day
International Women's Day - the inspiring lives of some of Ireland's fiercest females
Underage on St. Patrick's Day - an Irish American conundrum
"Wine windows" - an Italian solution to Ireland's COVID-19 pub crisis
Precious childhood memories of St. Patrick's Day in Belfast
Northern Ireland - Scotland tunnel could be inching closer to reality
COVID live updates: Two deaths reported today in Northern Ireland, none in Rep of Ireland