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From Dublin to New York: How we\'re celebrating St Patrick\'s Day
Leo Varadkar marches with his partner in the St Patrick\'s Day parade in New York
‘We\'re not talking about this enough\': Ireland warned to take action against radicalisation
LIVE: England v Ireland, Grand Slam decider
Hundreds of landmarks across the world have turned green.
Gina Haspel: The black ops veteran Trump\'s nominated to lead the CIA
If she wins the nomination, she would be the first female director of the CIA.
The Taoiseach lead the parade through the streets of New York today.
Two people block Waterford's €280m Saudi-backed regeneration
Corofin cut loose with breathtaking attacking display to land third All-Ireland title
Nemo Rangers were on the receiving end of a heavy defeat in Croke Park.
LIVE: Na Piarsaigh v Cuala, All-Ireland senior club hurling final
Clubs from Limerick and Dublin are chasing the big prize today.
\'I\'ve had a blast\': Aengus Mac Grianna to present his last Six-One tonight
The Irish-language speaking Dubliner has been working for RTÉ for 30 years.
Come in and settle or share your nerves as we go minute-by-minute through Ireland’s St Patrick’s Day bid for glory in Twickenham.
Blanchardstown: City-in-a-city with hundreds of shops and a movie-star history
\'Doesn\'t change the facts\': May responds to Russia\'s ousting of UK diplomats
The British Council said it was ‘profoundly disappointed’ after Russia banned its cultural operations.
\'It\'s all about sharing experiences\': How this sailing group is helping addicts in recovery
Sailing into Wellness helps people with drug and alcohol problems to develop skills and build confidence through sailing each month.
Mayor of New York declares today as Gerry Adams Day
Mayor Bill De Blasio paid tribute to Adams for his pursuit of a united Ireland.
GIY: \'This St Patrick’s Day I will be out (as I am every year) sowing my spuds for the year\'
They are a brilliantly easy veg to grow – blight aside – and harvesting your own spuds will be like Christmas morning, writes Michael Kelly.
Man (40s) arrested in connection with murder of Joanne Lee
Joanne was found dead at a house on Ranelagh Road on 15 February.
\'There are players doing their Leaving Cert: none get paid, they all do it for the love of the game\'
With a squad including college students, school goers, fitness instructors and secondary school teachers Limerick Women’s FC made their debut last Saturday.
Academy Awards chief being investigated for sexual harassment - reports
In response to queries, the Academy said it “treats any complaints confidentially to protect all parties”.
The weird ways random places around the world celebrate St. Patrick\'s Day
Drivers and cyclists urged to take extra care ahead of the icy weather
Sleet and snow showers could fall from noon today, around the time when St Patrick’s Day parades are due to start.
Board of management \'knew nothing\' about Christian Brothers\' plan to sell part of school playing fields
The Christian Brothers deny acting unconscionably over the sale of part of the school playing grounds.
Ex-FBI deputy and Trump target fired days before retirement
“A great day for the hard working men and women of the FBI,” Trump tweeted after the firing.
Cocaine and cannabis worth €1.4m seized in Dublin
A man and a woman have been arrested as part of the seizure.
Do you guys have pizza in Ireland?: \'Most Americans I met knew almost nothing about Ireland\'
Their Ireland is the Ireland their ancestors left, often untouched by the changes that have taken place since then, writes Caoimhín De Barra.
Black Panther passed the $1 billion earnings mark this week
Putin on course to become longest-serving Russian leader since Stalin
Putin has exploited Russians’ fears by pointing to what he described as US plans to isolate the country and gain a military advantage over it.
Fáilte Ireland raised concerns with Doonbeg wind farm months after Varadkar email
Fáilte Ireland said that the development could have an impact on tourism along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Everything you need to know about St Patrick\'s Day events around the country
There’s a lot on in Dublin, but there’s a lot more going around the country and abroad this St Patrick’s Day.
Two men jailed for punching and kicking a female wheelchair user outside her home
The two men pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to assault causing harm.
Emergence of thrilling next generation a huge Six Nations success for Schmidt
Irish rugby looks like it will be in fine health long after today’s Grand Slam shot.
US military \'fails to protect children sexually assaulted by peers on army bases\'
An in-depth investigation by the Associated Press was published this week.
\'We have waited a long time\': Council plans to demolish Ballymun Shopping Centre
As things stand, the council says that the last tenant is expected to leave the building by this summer.
As Castro steps down, challenges await Cuba\'s new leader
On Sunday, Cubans went to the polls to ratify a new National Assembly, who will choose the future president.
Leo Varadkar visits site of the Stonewall riots in New York
The Stonewall protests are widely considered to be the single most important event leading to the gay liberation movement.
\'It\'s an epidemic\': Taskforce established to tackle issue of loneliness in Ireland
“Loneliness is one of the greatest public health risks today.”
Ireland\'s momentum brings belief for their Grand Slam shot in London
An intriguing mental and tactical battle lies ahead against an England team fighting for their lives.
Tesco has quashed a payout for a worker accused of stealing cash from self-scan tills
CCTV showed the man accessing the note dispensers – but he claimed he was unfairly dismissed.
ST PATRICK’S DAY happening on Saturday, with Ireland’s biggest rugby match in years on the same day was always going to make for a particularly celebratory occasion.
While we may bristle somewhat at how the day has become so associated with alcohol, the connection is rather difficult to ignore with so many having a drink today.
The annual look at the growing crowds at the Temple Bar pub is one such example of the merriment, but will you be going to a pub today?
Career breaks: \'We shouldn\'t be stopping young teachers from going and exploring the world\'
We need to look at the real reasons behind our teacher shortages and think about how we can attract more people into the teaching profession, writes Garrett O’Dowd.
Eastern Ghouta: \'Maybe this is the last time that I will be able to text you. Please pray for us\'
I pray that those with the power to do so will finally put a stop this Syrian river of blood, writes Ayham Al Akkad.
\'Committing\' the homeless during Storm Emma: An improper use of the Mental Health Act 2001?
In the past, archaic mental health laws and cases in this country have been tenuous, to say the least, writes Mairead Leen.
\'A very nice gesture\': Mike Pence tells Leo Varadkar that his partner Matt would be welcome in his home
Couple wrongly accused of \'Gone Girl\'-style fake kidnapping reach €2 million settlement
Britain, France, the US, and Germany united in \'abhorrence\' over first nerve agent attack in Europe since WWII
Sevilla late show sees lacklustre Man United crash out of the Champions League
Britain to expel 23 Russian diplomats after former double agent poisoned
Poll: Is Simon Harris right to cancel his St Patrick\'s Day trip?
Some Irish girls in New Zealand decided to celebrate Paddy\'s Day by recreating the caravan scene from Father Ted
A kid from the Toy Show returned to RTÉ to invite Mark Hamill to play with his friends on their road
Rihanna, Zigi, and Ed Sheeran... it\'s our celeb winners and losers of the week
Watch: Three first-half tries give Ireland the dream start at Twickenham
Met Éireann issues orange snow-ice warning for Sunday along the east coast
\'I hit a crossroads and didn\'t know what I could do. I had no qualification except entrepreneurship\'
\'We need to watch out\': Fewer tourists think Ireland is good value for money
What tough new data protection rules mean for business emails
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As It Happened: Corofin v Nemo Rangers, All-Ireland senior club football final
Just 5 celebrity couples I am quietly obsessed with
Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett both had \'penis facials\' to make them look younger
Aer Lingus had a nice surprise for Irish rugby fans heading over for the big match
Your guide to Blanchardstown: City-in-a-city with hundreds of shops and a movie-star history
Here\'s the average price of a home in Blanchardstown in 2018
\'I want to join ISIS\': How big a problem is radicalisation in Ireland?
Commissioner confirms no gardaí will be disciplined over breath test scandal
Two investigations later, there\'s no assurance garda scandals will not happen again
Garda Superintendent says new report of 400,000 more falsified breath tests \'could be described as a guesstimate\'
Convicted rapist tried to kill man in front of children but failed as shotgun cartridges were damp
Man arrested for using magnet to falsify lorry records
Dublin student gets three year suspended sentence after cannabis found in wardrobe
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