Expatriate investors tend to monitor property prices in their home countries carefully. Anna Healy Fenton looks for signs of a recovery in the battered Irish housing market.
Ireland’s government has published a long-awaited bill explaining the law on when life-saving abortions can be performed in a country that officially bans the practice.
Ireland may spend any spare cash from future budgets rather than ease austerity measures, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said, after it left its plans to cut spending by 5.1 billion euro (HK51.9...
You could call it manna from heaven, a parish priest in Ireland got the shock of his life last week when a mystery woman from Hong Kong appeared on the doorstep of his church and handed him a €100...
Ireland had more than 70 per cent territory and possession in Sunday's match and led 8-0 early in the second half after wing Craig Gilroy scored the only try of the game.
More than 10,000 women were sent to the Magdalene laundries between 1922 and 1996 where they worked for no pay while the religious orders ran the laundries as commercial bodies.
Ireland's home values rose at the fastest pace in more than six years in November as the country recovered from Europe's worst real-estate crash.
Few people represent the extremes of Ireland's recent history more than Thomas McFeely.
Is Ireland big enough for Bill Clinton?
Ireland are banking on the players that narrowly lost to South Africa to do the business against Argentina in Dublin on Saturday, in a Test match the hosts are labelling a ‘Cup Final’.
Ireland's police force said officers arrested 113 suspected drug dealers and seized five marijuana growing facilities in the nation's biggest crackdown on triad drug-trafficking gangs, including...
About 10,000 people marched through Dublin and observed a minute's silence in memory of an Indian dentist who died of blood poisoning in an Irish hospital after being denied an abortion.