Shoppers on Grafton Street, Dublin, during a warm and wet December. photograph: Dave Meehan

Ireland may be on course to have the mildest December on record, according to the latest weather statistics. To date Valentia Observatory in Co Kerr(...)

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud in Dublin’s Merrion Hotel has won the top prize at the Irish Restaurant Awards.

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud in Dublin’s Merrion Hotel has been chosen as the best restaurant in the country. The restaurant, the only eaterie i(...)

About 300,000  Three Ireland customers were affected by the disruption which started in the afternoon and carried on until 7.45pm.

Ireland’s second-biggest mobile network has suffered its second major disruption in less than a month. Three Ireland said “unauthorised” work by BT on(...)

Armenians gather around a mountain chasm believed to be a mass burial site during an centenary  ceremony at  Dudan, near Diyarbakir, Armenia,   on April 22nd, 2015. Photograph: Ilyas Akengin/AFP/Getty Images

Ireland will not recognise the massacre of Armenians 100 years ago as genocide. A statement from the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) acknowledged (...)

The Galway Bay Brewery already operates ten pubs selling craft beers alongside other drinks Photograph: PA Wire

Ireland’s first pub dedicated to selling only craft beer will open next week. The Beer Market in High Street near Dublin’s Christchurch is the (...)

The failure of the Three mobile phone network triggered a flurry of activity on social media. Photograph: Bloomberg

Ireland’s second largest mobile phone network was down for much of Monday, resulting in many of Three Mobile’s two million Irish customers experiencin(...)

Jumping from the Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin’s Docklands during warm weather in June 2014.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Ireland had one of its warmest years in history last year with average temperatures just 0.2 degrees below the record set in 2007. An average temperat(...)

Chris Hadfield’s You Are Here is a compilation of 150 photographs culled from the 45,000 he took while in space.

Ireland’s favourite astronaut was back in Dublin and it felt like he had never been away. Cmdr Chris Hadfield returned to Ireland to sign copie(...)

Death metal (left) and opera: conference seeks to delve into two apparently diametrically opposed genres of entertainment. Photographs: The Irish Times

Ireland’s first major conference on performance art - covering topics as diverse as opera and death metal - is being held at Maynooth University tomor(...)

Educate Together: 5th-class students at Balbriggan Educate Together NS, Co Dublin. The country’s first Educate Together secondary school opened yesterday in Co Louth. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Ireland’s first Educate Together secondary school has opened its doors to the public. Some 65 first year pupils started yesterday in Ballymakenny Coll(...)

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