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Spain qualify for Euro 2020 as Italy thump Liechtenstein, Ireland forced...

It was far from a vintage display from Spain but they did enough to reach next year’s tournament.

Ireland cruise past Samoa into quarter-finals despite Aki red

Centre Bundee Aki became the seventh player to be shown a red card at the tournament but Ireland were already 21-5 up at that stage.

No-deal Brexit to cost Ireland 73,000 jobs

Ireland’s economy is considered the most vulnerable in the EU to a no-deal Brexit.

Dutch leave it late to defeat Northern Ireland

Memphis Depay’s double steers Netherlands towards victory.

Ireland prepares for worst with unprecedent no-deal Brexit budget

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe pledges €1.2 bil package to keep firms afloat.

HK millionaires seek Irish residency amid unrest

About 100 residents contacted a firm promoting Ireland’s immigrant investor programme.

Ireland beat stubborn Russia but concerns remain

Ireland returned to winning ways but were far from impressive in 35-0 victory.

We’re not finished yet, say Japan after Ireland upset

Hooker Shota Horie calls team mates to fight calmly for next match.

Japan’s ‘Ferrari’ ready for three-tonne Irish truck at World Cup

Kotaro Matsushima goes head-to-head with Ireland's 1.91m Jacob Stockdale tomorrow.

Sexton to sit out Ireland’s World Cup clash with Japan

Coach Joe Schmidt says Sexton is not happy about being left out.

Ireland juggernaut batters Scots in Yokohama drizzle

Joe Schmidt was delighted with Ireland’s first half.

England, Ireland launch Rugby World Cup campaign

Title contenders hoping to lay down a marker after impressive wins by rivals New Zealand and Australia.

‘Experience is important’: Scotland scent upset over Ireland

Gregor Townsend says Scotland have to win all the big moments in the game.

One third of Irish farms at risk in no-deal Brexit, says...

Reverting to WTO rules likely to see tariff increase.

Apple slices EU as court battle over tax bill begins

Lawyer Daniel Beard claims tax demand delivered in 2016 "defies reality and common sense".

Ireland says EU would respond positively to Brexit move

To date the British government has offered 'nothing that comes close' to what is needed to secure Irish and EU agreement.

I want a Brexit deal but parliament doesn’t daunt me, says...

Boris Johnson says he has carefully looked at what a no-deal scenario would mean for both Ireland and the UK.

Britain has ‘nothing credible’ to replace Brexit backstop, says Ireland

Brussels and Dublin insist the backstop is essentially to safeguard the EU single market and avoid risking the return of sectarian violence in Northern Ireland.

Irish court blocks Ryanair strike, Portugal action underway

A UK court is due to rule whether Ryanair's British pilots can go ahead with their planned strike on Thursday - the same day as the proposed action in Ireland.

Ryanair pilots announce 48-hour strike

Ryanair has seen first-quarter net profits plunge by more than a fifth, as it faces rising costs, intense competition and Brexit turmoil, the Irish airline says.

Nora sentiasa di hati, kata keluarga remaja Ireland

Keluarga Nora Anne Quoirin berterima kasih kepada pihak yang berusaha mencari anak mereka yang dilaporkan hilang sejak 10 hari lalu.

Polis nafi remaja Ireland hilang dikaitkan kes culik

Polis menolak laporan media asing dan setakat ini tiada sebarang unsur jenayah dikesan dan kes masih diklasifikasikan sebagai orang hilang.

Ditch the backstop or there will be no-deal Brexit, says UK...

Many British lawmakers oppose the prospect of being bound to EU rules and customs duties that would prevent Britain from doing its own trade deals and leave it overseen by EU judges.

England bowl out Ireland for 38 to seal victory

Chris Woakes and Stuart Broad took cruel advantage of optimum bowling conditions to take all the wickets.