Troy Parrott is keeping his fingers crossed that he did enough on his Republic of Ireland debut to be involved in Monday night’s Euro 2020 showdown with Denmark.
Political leaders from across the UK and Ireland have met in Dublin to discuss how to deal with “shared issues” such as Brexit and tackling drug abuse.
The Irish deputy leader has said an announcement by the Prime Minister pledging a law change to protect armed forces veterans who served in Northern Ireland is worrying.
A trial which hides “likes” on Instagram is to be expanded to the United States.
The fear of a no-deal Brexit has hit consumer confidence in the Republic of Ireland, the Irish Premier has said.
Celebrities, politicians and fellow journalists have paid tribute to broadcaster Gay Byrne after he died at the age of 85.
Six countries have qualified for the 2020 ICC T20 men’s World Cup to complete the 16-team line-up.
Now is not the time for a general election in the Republic of Ireland as too much uncertainty still surrounds Brexit, Leo Varadkar has said.
A Northern Irishman arrested at Dublin Port last week has appeared in court on assault charges.
A giant fireball has been spotted streaking across the sky over the UK and Ireland.
Two Irish MEPs have voiced their frustration at not being able to take their place in the European Parliament due to the Brexit impasse.
A hire company has said it is “shellshocked” and “gutted” after 39 Chinese people were found dead in one of its trailers.
Ireland’s deputy premier has said Irish police will co-operate fully with the investigation after 39 people were found dead in the back of a lorry in Essex.
The Irish premier has said investigations will be undertaken if it is established a lorry carrying 39 bodies had passed through Ireland.
Alan Quinlan believes Ireland must not hit the “panic button” after their seventh quarter-final defeat in nine World Cups.
England and New Zealand sealed their respective places in the Rugby World Cup semi-finals with big wins over Australia and Ireland respectively.
Aaron Smith’s two tries drove the merciless New Zealand a step closer to an unprecedented third-straight World Cup title with a 46-14 quarter-final victory over Ireland.
Depending on who is talking, the Brexit deal Boris Johnson negotiated with the EU ranges from being vastly different to his predecessor Theresa May’s deal, to being almost exactly the same.
Johnny Sexton has warned New Zealand that any repeat of their strong-arm tactics from Dublin in 2016 will lead to red cards in Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final.
Joe Schmidt has backed “big moments player” Peter O’Mahony to deliver again when it matters most in Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand.