The Irish LGBT community is caught in the middle of a heated battle between the country's liberals and conservatives, and some are feeling exposed and isolated.
Fans of "Miracle Mineral Supplement" claim that it can cure everything from malaria to autism, but the substance could seriously harm the kids who are drinking it.
They got heckled by anti-fascists and talked about how Ireland has been infiltrated by "agents of Putin."
A vacant Dublin building that's home to 30 people has become a symbol of the city's gentrification battle.
Community activists are worried that playing politics will detract from the grassroots anti-austerity movement.
800 metres of piping came loose and started floating about in the sea, but the Environmental Protection Agency won't actually go there to investigate.
It must be the first time somebody has sued over claims that she never performed sex acts for money.
I can't help feeling that the Stop Out-of-Control Drinking campaign is a little misguided.
They broke a court order that banned them from protesting against water charges.
An NGO is worried that Dublin is going to become another Amsterdam when Northern Ireland bans buying sex, but prostitutes and sex workers' rights lawyers disagree.
A bill to allow women carrying foetuses with fatal abnormalities to get abortions was shot down by the Irish parliament. Many of those voting against it were so-called feminists.
They arrested eight anti-austerity activists who blockaded a minister's car.