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 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 (...)

The lighthouse at Fanad Head, Co Donegal, is one of the delights of the Wild Atlantic Way.

The 2,500km Wild Atlantic Way is not just Ireland’s first long distance touring route, it is one of the world’s most magnificent coastal adventures – (...)

Lahinch in Co Clare during the high winds of  Storm Ophelia, October 2017.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley/EPA

A status orange wind warning is in place until Wednesday morning, with damaging gusts expected and a risk of coastal flooding from Storm Gareth. Met (...)

A man takes photo at Lahinch during storm. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Met Éireann has warned of damaging gusts and coastal flooding as Storm Erik is due to hit on Friday morning. Gusts of up to 130km/h are expected on c(...)

The Beast from the East: snow-covered roads leading up to the M3 at Dunboyne, Co Meath, during the snowfall associated with Storm Emma last year. File photograph: Alan Betson

Dramatic weather events in Ireland and elsewhere that marked last year shows “the fingerprint of climate change is becoming more evident”, the former (...)

Sometimes at Christmas there’s nothing for it but to crack out a board game,  Photograph: istock

Once presents have been played with, the fight over the remote control has led to an impasse, and dinner has been doled out, there’s only one other ti(...)

Sean Hogan, chairman at the National Emergency Coordination Centre, at a press conference to announce details of storm Ophelia. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Storm Ophelia caused almost €70 million worth of damage after it tore across Ireland on October 16th last year. The tropical revolving storm develope(...)

A file image from March 2018 showing the frozen sculpture fountain at the Irish Life Building in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Recent extreme weather events linked to climate change have “severely tested the resilience of Ireland’s infrastructure; economy, healthcare services (...)

 Cooling down, people pictured enjoying the summer heatwave on Portmarnock Strand. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Many parts of Ireland had the driest and sunniest summer for more than than 20 years, Met Éireann has revealed. June and July were gloriously sunny a(...)

Caitríona Lucas, a 41-year-old librarian and mother-of-two, was a highly experienced volunteer with the Irish Coast Guard’s Doolin unit.

When Caitríona Lucas responded to a request on September 12th, 2016 to help find a young man missing off the north Clare coastline, she wasn’t aware t(...)

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