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People enjoy the sun at Ilkley outdoor pool and lido in west Yorkshire, England. Photograph:: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Heavy rain is expected in the early days of next week to end the recent spell of good weather. A band of rain will will spread from the southwest on (...)

 People enjoying the good weather on Portmarnock Beach in Dublin on Monday. Photograph:  Collins

Donegal recorded the highest temperature in Ireland on Tuesday with the mercury at Malin Head reaching 25.7 degrees, while in Dublin the Phoenix Park (...)

Sarah Maria Griffin with a copy of her book The Book of Wisdom, written in conjunction with the Tomorrowlands dance music festival in Antwerp.Photograph:Crispin Rodwell

The Irish writer Sarah Maria Griffin was recently asked to write a novel for the attendees of the massive Tomorrowland dance music festival in Belgium(...)

Minister for EU Affairs Helen McEntee: has welcomed the Finnish prioritisation of rule of law in its presidency. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A new package of measures from the European Commission to strengthen EU-wide supervision and enforcement of rule-of-law standards was given its first (...)

Bryson DeChambeau tees off from the 16th at Portrush during practice on Monday. Photograph:  Mike Ehrmann/Getty

Calamity by definition translates as ‘an event causing great and often sudden damage or distress, a disaster.’ On a sunny Tuesday afternoon the devili(...)

Conservative leadership candidate Boris Johnson  at  Westminster. “No to time limits or unilateral escape hatches or all these elaborate devices, glosses, codicils and so on that you could apply to the backstop.” Photograph: Getty Images

Fears of a no-deal Brexit rose in London and Brussels on Tuesday after both candidates for the Conservative leadership said the Northern backstop must(...)

Conservative Party leadership candidate Boris Johnson during a Tory leadership hustings in Colchester, Essex.  Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

The hardening of Boris Johnson’s language on the backstop, ruling out a time limit or a unilateral exit clause, marks a dramatic turn that makes a no-(...)

The takeover of INM requires High Court approval. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Independent News & Media has confirmed that it will go to the High Court on July 30th to seek approval for the proposed €145.6 million takeover of(...)

Lobby group Transport & Environment found that of the 214 EU airports that Ryanair serves, at least 35 are likely to have received government subsidies.

Taxpayers may be propping up almost a quarter of European Union airports served by Ryanair, including Derry, Kerry and Knock, a report from lobby grou(...)

The value of goods imports from Britain for the period also rose – by 12%  to €8.2bn. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

The value of Irish good exports to Britain rose by nearly 10 per cent in the first five months of this year despite the uncertainty of Brexit and the (...)

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