Worried motorists took photographs of the confused beast
'Some of the world's best beaches are in Ireland'
‘Take Me to Church’ put Hozier in pop’s big league, and he’s almost at peace with it
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has received tweets about spotting, heavy flows and a series of other bodily functions
Irish police say the man became agitated around an hour into the two hour journey from Lisbon to Dublin
A look ahead to Ireland's quarter final clash with the Pumas at the Millennium Stadium
The diminutive former Wales winger tells Matt Majendie that players are so finely tuned they pick up more pulls and twists
No, it isn't the topless model...
The centre was sent for a scan on Wednesday after complaining about discomfort during training and was found to have suffered a broken foot
The work of Brian Friel unquestionably places him in the great tradition of Irish theatre, with a dramatic landscape as distinctive as those of his 20th century predecessors O’Casey and Beckett. Many of his plays travelled widely beyond Ireland, and some – the haunting monologue -structured Faith Healer, Translations and his worldwide success, Dancing at Lughnasa – will surely survive as classics.
Law lecturer Julian Myerscough absconded from an Ipswich court on Wednesday, and has now been caught in Ireland
Posters debunking seven widely-spread rumours about refugees are reportedly being put up around in an area of Dublin, Ireland
Item believed to have been cut from stuffed head in Cork mansion safari room
Schmidt coached Strauss at Leinster and believes that his return is a bonus for Ireland ahead of the Six Nations campaign
The government's argument for deterrence is fatuous. To assume that those given to alcohol, cigarettes and drugs will stop should the cost be high enough is absurd
They have all played in this annual showpiece in the past, but is it head or heart for these commentators?