DUBLIN Ireland's gross domestic product rose by 0.7% quarter-on-quarter in the first three months of the year to stand 5.8% higher than a year ago and put the European Union's best-performing economy in a strong position ahead of a potential Brexit shock.
DUBLIN, Sept 12 Ireland's largest publicly
listed housebuilder Cairn Homes on Thursday announced
plans to buy back shares and issue a dividend for the first
time, saying Brexit was having no impact on the market for homes
for first-time buyers.
DUBLIN The European Union will seek to convince U.S President Donald Trump to see "the error of his ways" and abandon some of his reckless trade policies, the EU executive's incoming trade commissioner said on Tuesday.
DUBLIN The European Union will seek to convince U.S President Donald Trump to see "the error of his ways" and abandon some of his "reckless" trade policies, the EU executive's incoming trade commissioner, Phil Hogan, said on Tuesday.
DUBLIN When Paul O'Connell's career came to an end at the last World Cup, it seemed improbable that a legend-sized hole could be filled in Ireland's second row in time for the next tournament.
DUBLIN Irrespective of how Joe Schmidt's time with Ireland ends in the coming weeks, the New Zealander will still depart as the national team's greatest ever coach.
DUBLIN/LONDON Ireland told British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday that he must make specific proposals on the future of Irish border if there is to be any hope of averting a no-deal Brexit, saying Dublin cannot rely on simple promises. | Video
DUBLIN Ireland became the world's number one ranked team with a 19-10 victory over Wales on Saturday that felt a little more like a World Cup clash than the final warm-up before the tournament begins later this month.
DUBLIN David McGoldrick's first international goal grabbed Ireland a potentially crucial 1-1 draw in their Euro 2020 qualifier with Switzerland on Thursday as an easy victory for rivals Denmark in Gibraltar kept things incredibly tight at the top of Group D.
DUBLIN Britain has not yet presented any solutions to solve the Brexit impasse, Ireland's foreign minister said on Wednesday after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told parliament substantial progress was being made in the negotiations.