Alan Butler's new show utilities cutting edge technology to reflect on how we look at nature and runs in Dublin's RHA until October 1st.
A pear tree in Dublin has been found to be more than 170 years old following DNA testing. Video Enda O'Dowd
Childcare services providers protested outside the Dáil calling for an increase in Government funding for the sector.
Toxic algae bloom that has covered Lough Neagh is killing wildlife and leaving locals concerned over water safety.
Irish Times Columnist Sadhbh O'Neill looks at how we can restore and regenerate nature in our cities and increase housing stock.
President of Sinn Féin, Mary Lou McDonald, returned to politics after undergoing a medical procedure during the summer months.
John Hemingway is the last surviving airman of the Battle of Britain and a former pupil of Dublin's St. Andrew's College.
Dublin horse owners protested in Smithfield about increasing restrictions around horse fairs in Dublin.
Families of victims of the Troubles say the proposed legacy Bill is 'the worst thing that could possibly happen'. Video: Enda O'Dowd
The gardai and the RSA are calling on drivers to be vigilant as schools reopen and traffic increases on the roads.
Dublin's street performers have faced complaints about noise levels since the introduction of a permit scheme nearly ten years ago.
Parishioners at an inner-city parish have held a protest outside the residence of the Catholic Archbishop of Dublin calling for their church to be renovated.
Work has commenced on a new cycle route linking Donabate to Malahide that will run along the main Dublin to Belfast train line.
With over 21,000 followers on Instagram Sophie Bell is one of the most popular 'agri-influencers' in Ireland.
Thousands of Irish music fans, some traveling from across the world, turned out in Mullingar for the second day of the annual Fleadh Cheoil.