Bruno Waterfield Ireland is to legalise abortions when the mother's life is at risk, including when she is suicidal, following the death of a woman who was refused the procedure while undergoing a miscarriage.
Bruno Waterfield DUBLIN: Ireland will legalise abortions when the mother's life is at risk, including when suicidal, following the death of a woman refused the procedure while undergoing a miscarriage.
THE opening of Northern Ireland's first private abortion clinic in Belfast drew hundreds of noisy demonstrators, who hoisted placards with messages such as ''Keep Ireland abortion-free''.
Elaine Keogh The hopes and dreams for Jill and Tom Meagher's new life in Australia were "cut short by a despicable act one Friday night that has left us all numb", mourners at a memorial mass in Ireland were told...
Karen Kissane in Dublin The Irish government faces worldwide pressure to reform abortion law, with demonstrations planned for Irish embassies around the globe following the death of a young woman in a Galway hospital.
Patrick Wintour and Dan Sabbagh, London Detectives lead investigation into hacking of former Northern Ireland secretary's computer.
Facebook wants to more than double the size of its European headquarters in Dublin.
Karen Kissane It is a wild, wet night, but the grim fortress of Kilmainham Gaol has never needed help with atmosphere.
Ireland says it will close its embassy to the Vatican as part of a shake-up of its missions abroad following a row with the Holy See earlier this year over a child sex abuse scandal.
Karen Kissane, London It is not often that a man who wants to be president of a Western democracy faces questions about whether he has blood on his hands.
Karen Kissane IT IS NOT often that a man who wants to be president of a western democracy faces questions about whether he has blood on his hands.
Belfast Six police hurt and a bus is hijacked in rioting in Northern Ireland. Police said the trouble in Ballyclare, County Antrim, started when 70-100 people threw petrol bombs and missiles at police.
A man has been charged over a notorious IRA bombing in London in 1982 which killed four British soldiers on ceremonial duty.
Paola Totaro, Dublin The European Union and financial markets react with caution to the Irish government's savage austerity plan.
Ireland admitted on Monday it is in contact with "international colleagues" over its debt crisis but denied seeking a bailout, as the EU warned that Dublin's woes are a concern for the whole euro...
A scandal involving sex and money is unsettling Northern Ireland's stability as the First Minster temporarily steps down.
Irish government investigations have found more than 15,000 alleged victims of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.
Nationalists in Northern Ireland attack police with petrol bombs and other missiles during parades by the pro-British Orange Order on Monday.
Paola Totaro EUROPE CORRESPONDENT IRELAND is teetering on the brink of financial collapse and issuing a humiliating cry for help from the European Union or the International Monetary Fund, triggering emergency meetings of European...
US President Barack Obama left Ireland for Britain on Monday night, a day ahead of schedule, because of fears over volcanic ash spewing from an Icelandic volcano, a White House official said.