# ireland - Today’s News
Lucky homebrewers got the chance of a lifetime to brew their recipes in St James’s Gate – let’s meet them
Not only that, but we’ve also got a list of the pubs that will be stocking the brews.
# ireland - Yesterday’s News
Never change, Cork.
These stunning images show off how gorgeous our country really is.
The affected brands are all marketed in Ireland.
The Dublin star believes they have got the balance right between physicality and skill.
There are a lot of unique consumer disposables in this country that we take for granted…
Let’s find out.
# ireland - Monday 23 November, 2015
Naive Australian tactics were costly on a positive night for international rules series.
Frances Fitzgerald says that “terrorism is terrorism” and that the gardaí have experience from The Troubles.
# ireland - Sunday 22 November, 2015
McBrearty sustained shoulder and kidney injuries during the International Rules test.
# ireland - Saturday 21 November, 2015
It was a one-off clash at GAA HQ this evening.
Despite receiving a cut above his left eye, the Donegal native emerged victorious.
GIY expert, Michael Kelly, tells us what we should be doing in the garden this week.
# ireland - Friday 20 November, 2015
We come in second only to Greece.
# ireland - Thursday 19 November, 2015
A new report has found that people of African descent have to deal with regular racist abuse including harassment, violence and discrimination.
The author lives in a mansion in Mullingar, and TheJournal.ie paid him a visit.
This year’s meeting is set for Dublin this weekend.
# ireland - Wednesday 18 November, 2015
‘When I left Ireland there was a sense of fear, now it’s a different place full of optimism and change’
The former Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh writes about how Ireland is experiencing a time of great change.
# ireland - Tuesday 17 November, 2015
We’re still having the craic.
Ireland’s credit unions are not averse to financing the holiday of a lifetime.
“Send you a postcard they said, enjoy your holidays they said!”
While Ireland can’t move out of pot 4, pots 2 and 3 can change dramatically.
Because the bad nights are there so often we may as well enjoy the good ones.
Even the garda helicopter joined in the fun.
Today is the first day same-sex couple can get married around the country.
Robbie Brady celebrates a dream come true against Bosnia-Herzegovina.
TheJournal.ie, The42.ie and DailyEdge.ie were let loose to make their own office homebrew.
We did it the hard way, says Walters as he savours European Championship return.
# ireland - Monday 16 November, 2015
Ireland took on Bosnia, with a place in France next summer up for grabs
Ireland have qualified for Euro 2016. Who’s taking the horse to France?
It appears that some supporters in the Bosnian end did not observe the silence.
Martin O’Neill’s men are 90 minutes away from qualification.
And the euros will look after themselves…
O’Neill unlikely to tinker too much with the team that claimed a valuable draw in Zenica.
# ireland - Sunday 15 November, 2015
An important nationality test.
# ireland - Saturday 14 November, 2015
The Autumn International is taking place at the Twickenham Stoop this afternoon.
He’s not the hero Ireland deserves, but he’s the one he needs.
# ireland - Friday 13 November, 2015
Ireland’s goalscorer struggled with the fog too.
Could Ireland keep the tie alive in Zenica? We followed all the action.
The Dublin teenager is now on hunger strike, and says he will remain so until he is released.
We looked at the stats ahead of the Euro 2016 playoff games.
Tis the season…
The Ireland boss admits his a little envious of his international colleagues.