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How might the Six Nations pan out?
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Ireland’s second nationwide lockdown comes into force
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Dubliners react to Tier 5 lockdown in Ireland
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Ireland, Wales to re-enter lockdown as COVID-19 surges in Europe
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Taoiseach outlines importance of protecting Ireland's fisheries in Brexit negotiations
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New Test Identifies Patients At Risk For Severe COVID-19
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Biden warning for a US-UK post-Brexit trade deal
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Joe Biden warns UK: No US trade deal if Irish peace deal becomes 'casualty of Brexit'
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UK reputation 'seriously damaged' over EU divorce treaty breach - Irish FM Coveney
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Ireland set to lose key trade portfolio after European Commission reshuffle
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London 'must not play with peace in Ireland' during Brexit trade talks, warns Irish lawmaker
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Sinead O'Connor going back to school to study nursing
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How Hogan's resignation presents Von der Leyen with a fresh headache
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'Immeasurable harm': More than 1 million children in UK do not have British or Irish citizenship, figures showOne in 12 under-18s are without British or Irish citizenship, prompting claims that their rights are being 'neglected'
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England v Ireland: What we learned from hosts' series winWhy Eoin Morgan is still crucial for England, how David Willey seized his chance, and what next for James Vince?
England v Ireland: Tourists chase 329 to win third ODI in SouthamptonPaul Stirling and Andrew Balbirnie hit centuries as Ireland shock England to win a thrilling third one-day international.
Ireland chase 329 to stun England with Stirling and Balbirnie scoring centuriesIreland stun England in a thrilling third one-day international, completing a chase of 329 with one ball to spare in Southampton.
'4,000? 5,000? Who knows?' Bairstow delight at reaching 3,000-run milestone as England seal seriesJonny Bairstow says his blistering 82 from just 41 was "great fun" as he helped England to a four-wicket victory over Ireland to secure a series win.
England stumble to win over Ireland in second ODIEngland stumble against Ireland in the second one-day international but win by four wickets to take an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
England v Ireland: Hosts wrap up six-wicket victory on ODI returnEngland ease to a six-wicket victory over Ireland with 22 overs to spare on their return to one-day internationals at the Ageas Bowl.
England v Ireland: Why this one-day series matters to both teamsEngland begin a three-match one-day international series with Ireland on Thursday - the longest bilateral series the two sides have ever played.
England v Ireland: Captain Eoin Morgan relishes 'new journey' in ODI seriesEngland captain Eoin Morgan describes Thursday's first one-day international against Ireland as "the start of a new journey in many ways".
Amazon to create a further 1,000 jobs in IrelandThe new roles will be in Dublin and Cork and brings Amazon's total Irish workforce to 5,000.
Matt Parkinson: England leg-spinner to miss ODI series against IrelandEngland leg-spinner Matt Parkinson will miss the one-day international series against Ireland with a sprained ankle.
Coronavirus: Ireland puts brakes on easing lockdown amid 'real concern'The Republic of Ireland will not moved forward into Phase 4 of its roadmap, the taoiseach confirms.
Apple has €13bn Irish tax bill overturnedThe EU's second highest court says the tech giant will not have to pay a record sum in back taxes.
'Too early' for British holidaymakers to return to Ireland without quarantine, Irish premier saysThe government's advice to Irish people continues to be to avoid non-essential travel
England v Pakistan and Ireland: Rescheduled series confirmedEngland will host Pakistan in a three-Test series starting on 5 August, after three one-day internationals against Ireland.
Climate change: Ireland on the verge of its 'greenest government ever'Green Party members could vote in favour of a new coalition.
Essex lorry deaths: Ronan Hughes appears in court charged with manslaughterRonan Hughes was extradited from Ireland to the UK over the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants
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Jean Kennedy Smith, last surviving sibling of JFK, is dead at 92Jean Kennedy Smith, the last surviving sibling of slain President John F. Kennedy, who as U.S. ambassador to Ireland in the 1990s played a pivotal role in the Northern Irish peace process, died on..
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Factbox: Irish coalition sets out programme for governmentA coalition of Ireland's two dominant centre-right parties and the Green Party agreed a draft programme for government on Monday, pending approval by their respective members in coming weeks.
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Irish parties ink deal to bring Greens into new coalition governmentIreland's two dominant centre-right parties have agreed to form a coalition for the first time in a deal that will also put the Green Party at the centre of policymaking and end a political stalemate..
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Spanish dig unearths human remains in hunt for Irish rebel lordSpanish archaeologists may have uncovered the final resting place of an Irish nobleman whose bloody 16th-century rebellion almost toppled Ireland's English rulers.