Dublin drinkers pack into nightclubs for the first time in 600 days as Ireland's Covid restrictions are finally eased... but some seem a little out of practice as they're seen ...
Dublin's dancers were out in force for the first time since the start of the pandemic as long queues could be seen stretching for hundreds of yards at venues across Harcourt Street in Ireland's ... read more
Covid in Ireland: Intensive care units busier now than when lockdowns began
More patients are being treated in intensive care units with Covid-19 than when Ireland entered any of its three lockdowns. read more
Ireland Baldwin Reacts to Alec's Rust On-Set Shooting Incident: 'Wishing I Could Hug My Dad'
Ireland Baldwin showed her support for dad Alec, as well as Joel Souza and the family and friends of Halyna Hutchins ... read more
Northern Ireland's clinically extremely vulnerable `in more danger now than at any time during the pandemic'
CLINICALLY extremely vulnerable children and adults in Northern Ireland "are in more danger now than at any time during the pandemic", a campaign group has warned. Waning vaccine protection, a ... read more
England Lionesses urged to hunt down first Wembley win against Northern Ireland in World Cup qualifier Sarina Wiegman under pressure to deliver
England have played at the national stadium twice before in friendlies against Germany, but both ended in defeat - 3-0 under Mark Sampson in 2014 and 2-1 under Phil Neville in 2019. read more
Ireland back dancing as nightclubs reopen for first time in 600 days with hundreds queuing to get into Copper Face Jacks
DUBLIN was back dancing tonight as nightclubs reopened for the first time since March 2020 – and hundreds of punters lined the street desperate to get into Copper Face Jacks. Nightclubs and ... read more
England and Northern Ireland Women plan gesture of solidarity against abuse
England and Northern Ireland players intend to show solidarity with the alleged victims of abuse in the NWSL before Saturday’s Women’s World Cup qualifier ... read more
Namibia beat Ireland to make history with T20 World Cup second round spot
Ireland had appeared well set at 71-2 at the midway point of their innings but the runs dried up as Namibia’s bowlers turned the screws, restricting their opponents to 125-8. read more
Ireland call-up Dan Sheehan claims bonus-point score as Leinster steamroll Glasgow with statement of intent
Leinster clocked up their fifth success of the URC in what seems an onward match to ultimate honours in the competition after overwhelming a Glasgow Warriors side that were decidedly second best in ... read more
UK buildings shine blue and green for Northern Ireland centenary
Titanic Belfast, 10 Downing Street and the Welsh government building in Cardiff were among numerous buildings across the UK that were illuminated blue and green on Friday evening to mark 100 years ... read more
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