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Ireland to ban sales of new petrol and diesel cars by...

The measure is one of 180 proposals intended to put Ireland on a path to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Irish PM fights for Brexit backstop clause

How to manage the land border between EU-member Ireland and British-run Northern Ireland has proven to be Brexit's most contentious element.

Spain get better of Sweden as Ireland labour against Gibraltar

Spain, Ireland and Poland resumes their strong start to Euro 2020 qualifying.

Malaysian Tigress loses 1-2 to Ireland

The national women's hockey team fail to score a point in their Group A opening match of the 2019 FIH Women's Series Finals in Banbridge, Northern Ireland.

Late Duffy header gives Ireland 1-1 draw in Denmark

The draw leaves Ireland on seven points from three matches at the top of the five-team group, three points ahead of Switzerland.

Bangladesh beat West Indies to set up final rematch

Ireland will face Bangladesh after West Indies's defeat in the one-day international Tri-Series.

England overcome batting collapse to beat Ireland by four wickets

England next travel to Cardiff for a one-off Twenty20 against Pakistan on Sunday.

Ireland renames county road ‘R2D2’ in honour of Star Wars

The official signage is expected to draw Star Wars fans and tourists looking for the perfect Instagram snap.

Let’s be open to credible Brexit proposals from Britain

Leo Varadker believes there is still time for UK Prime Minister Theresa May to come up with credible proposals for the European Council.

Hundreds protest against Brexit at Irish border

Many fear that departing the EU will result in the reimposition of a 'hard' or physical border with EU member Ireland that could become a target for violence.

Afghanistan beat Ireland for historic first Test victory

Rahmat Shah and Ihsanullah Janat put on 139 for the second wicket as they chased down 147 to win the match played in Dehradun, India.

Khan takes five, Afghanistan chase 147 to win maiden Test

Andy Balbirnie and Kevin O'Brien hit half-centuries before Rashid Khan pulled off a spectacular leg-spin to bowl out Ireland.

Number 11 Murtagh lifts Ireland after Afghanistan spin attack

Murtagh and George Dockrell, who made 39, put together an 87-run 10th-wicket stand to give Ireland a respectable outcome.

Rice receives England call-up for Euro qualifiers

The highly rated 20-year-old was born in London but qualified for Ireland via paternal grandparents.

May going to Strasbourg to seek Brexit breakthrough, says Irish FM

Hopes for a breakthrough looked slim earlier Monday, with further talks shelved due to a lack of progress.

UK won’t accept Brexit deal that puts union at risk, says...

The issue of maintaining an open border on the island of Ireland is at the heart of the dispute between London and Brussels.

Afghan, Nabi, Khan star in Afghanistan’s big ODI win

Afghanistan won over Ireland on a 109-run win at the one-day international (ODI) in Dehradun.

Ireland PM: Time for UK to compromise

Leo Varadkar says Brexit is a problem of the UK's creation and it should be making compromises.

Lelaki Ireland dibunuh mungkin terlibat penipuan wang, kata sumber

Penyiasat percaya O'Reilly terlibat dalam penipuan wang yang memungkinkan adik beradik perempuan pelaku ditipu.

Rahman helps dismiss Ireland for 161 in 1st ODI

Afghanistan need 162 to take an early lead in the five-match series.

Records tumble as Afghan cricket legend grows

Afghanistan are preparing to take part in the 10-team World Cup in England and Wales from May 30.

Khan hat-trick seals Afghanistan T20 sweep against Ireland

The two teams will now play five one-day internationals starting Thursday followed by a one-off Test at the same venue, which is Afghanistan's adopted home ground.

UK will push options to Brexit backstop for future trading

The EU has made it clear that it will not reopen the Brexit withdrawal agreement, including the backstop, and it will not accept alternative arrangements.

Ireland expresses ‘frustration’ at Brexit deal delay

Ireland's Simon Coveney is frustrated over the fact that Ireland still doesn't know 'what the British government is actually asking for to actually get this deal ratified'.