Limerick man Rob Mortell wrote his own piece of history on Monday May 23...
People living on the west coast of Ireland witnessed something special recently
On Thursday, 23 June, a referendum will be held in Britain.
Lhakpa Sherpa broke her own world record for the most Everest summits by a woman
UK-based technology company Dyson has become a surprise entrant into the electric car market.
On May 14 WFTO supporters in 70 countries across five continents will come together in groups to form human chains.
According to the NLI, its Yeats Collection is now the largest archive of Yeats manuscripts and books in the world.
2016 will see a record 113 cruise ships and over 180,000 cruise passengers visit Dublin.
The most powerful microscope in Ireland has just been installed at Trinity College, Dublin.
Planning permission has been granted for the new children's hospital.
Japanese car manufacturers Toyota are building a new wearable gadget that will help blind people navigate through life more easily.
Along with the chocolate eggs and bunnies arriving at your house during the Easter holidays, your family should also have received a CENSUS FORM from the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
Unless we change our eating and exercise habits Ireland will be the most obese country in Europe within the next ten years.
Recently on Twitter, British TV presenter, Richard Osman, asked people to vote for their favourite crisps in a WORLD CUP OF CRISPS 2016 Twitter Poll (#wcocr2016). The response was massive and it wasn’t long before the people of Ireland, as you would imagine, got behind their own.