# ireland - Today’s News
Italy beat Ireland in Rome last year but are bottom of the table coming to Lansdowne Road.
The Minister for Agriculture said reports of Apple’s €36 million tax bill over 5 years was “not new”.
# ireland - Yesterday’s News
The young Ulster forward is keen to prove he is much more than just an impact sub.
Joe Schmidt has resisted the temptation to tinker against Italy in the Six Nations this weekend.
The striking clip brings home the effect the conflict is having on children.
Jacques Brunel has also changed his halfback pairing for the clash with Ireland.
Iain Henderson for Peter O’Mahony is the only change to Ireland’s starting line-up to take on Italy.
Giving away sloppy goals and not putting away clear-cut opportunities cost Ireland, according to the manager.
The Ireland forwards coach is calling on his pack to finish off the Six Nations with two more powerful performances.
# ireland - Wednesday 5 March, 2014
A post-mortem confirmed that the bird had dozens of shotgun pellets lodged in its body, but appears to have starved to death.
Shane Long scored one but could have had a hat-trick in tonight’s friendly.
The Hull striker nipped in to take a loose ball away from Branislav Ivanovic and produce a cool finish
They have much more than just maple syrup in Canada, you know.
Montenegro came away from Tallaght Stadium with a 2-1 win this afternoon.
Residents are disappointed at the lack of direct contact from Kildare County Council.
We caught up with some of the people closest to the action on a day that Irish rugby was finally convinced they could take on the best in the world.
Thanks to a remarkable generation of players, the Ireland team is in the midst of its ‘Alex Ferguson era’.
Don’t worry, Alexander Nekrassov still thinks we’re “great people”.
A new survey places the country far ahead of its nearest rivals, meaning Ireland is well placed to attract a growing share of jobs and investment from the global funds industry
Between 2002 and 2011, researchers identified a 44-fold increase in the prevalence of PVL-positive MRSA.
The Ulsterman has underlined his preference for playing six, and there may be an opening in that position against Italy.
This is the largest European study on violence against women, including interviews with 42,000 women across Europe.
# ireland - Tuesday 4 March, 2014
There had been a row over how many beds would be secured, but the original plan can now go ahead, said Minister Kathleen Lynch.
The 24-year-old loosehead prop has been impressive off the bench and in training for Ireland.
Ireland’s legendary centre explains his thoughts as he heads for the home straight of an incredible international career.
Forwards coach John Plumtree is positive over the out-half’s involvement this weekend, but O’Mahony is still a doubt.
Spirits are high in the Ireland camp ahead of their first fixture of the year.
The Ipswich Town striker is over-the-moon after making his return to the squad and hopes to be involved tomorrow night.
Unlike MRSA, alcohol wipes do not stop the spread of CDI.
# ireland - Monday 3 March, 2014
‘I think everyone is in agreement that we didn’t want to see him go’.
According to Met Éireann’s Winter summary report, rainfalls were well over the long-term average all across the country.
Ireland’s assistant boss is looking forward to getting stuck into the upcoming games and learning more about the players in the process.
Meanwhile, the Leinster centre outlines what has made his centre partnership with Gordon D’Arcy so successful.
Leo Varadkar says that the funds are not there and those expressing interest will be asked if they would be able to meet some or all of the capital costs.
Meanwhile, there have been updates on the injury problems for Peter O’Mahony, Luke Marshall and a host of others.
Come on in and hand out some jerseys.
# ireland - Sunday 2 March, 2014
Everyone’s talking about Ukraine mobilising for war, John Gilligan being in a stable condition and Oscar Night.