Tying the badly-wounded trade union leader James Connolly to a chair merely for the pleasure of killing him by firing squad was as disastrous a piece of public relations then as it sounds now
The message appeared on a wall after the Brussels terror attacks
The Republic of Ireland manager quipped that only the better look partners would be welcome at the team's hotel in France
'I was hoping against hope that the car would stay up until the people came,' says man involved in rescue
'What strikes me the most is how little many of my British friends know about Irish history'
Austin Duffy can remember exactly where he was when he first read Johnson's short masterpiece
One Irish creative agency is leading the charge against 'St. Patty's Day'
As the patron saint of Ireland, Nigeria and Monserrat, St. Patrick will have a busy day on 17 March
From music to vacuum cleaners, every product on Amazon is up there to be rated and argued over. And some people do an awful lot of it. Is this urge entirely healthy, asks Nathalie Olah
The politician will stay on as caretaker until a new Government is formed
Boy also suffers from a personality disorder
Ireland reported a record year for passport applications in 2015 and expects the trend to continue
From Philip Kerr's The Other Side of Silence to Not so Thin Ice by Quentin Bates
Relatively little is known about what Apple does in this small city on the southeast coast of Ireland
The notoriety of Rathkeale – the home to the eponymous Rovers crime group – is unmatched by its population of 1,500
Between them, rival parties Fianna Fail and Fine Gael have led every Irish government since independence and have never shared power with each other.