Workers Seize the Shipyard That Built the Titanic, Plan to Make Renewable Energy There
The closure of the last shipyard in Belfast would end centuries of ship building in the city. A group of workers are demanding the UK nationalise the yards.
Lauren Kaori Gurley
Between Europe's Borders
Why Irish Women Are Still Crossing Borders for Abortions
Abortion activists explain how Brexit's political mess is making the lives of women seeking an abortion even harder.
One Year on from Ireland's Abortion Referendum, Things Aren't Moving Fast Enough
The Irish public may have overwhelmingly voted to legalize abortion, but implementing it is proving trickier than expected.
Home Coming: Waterford
An intimate tour of one writer's hometown, one perfect day at a time.
Conor McGregor Under Investigation for Sexual Assault: Report
The New York Times says the MMA star was arrested in January and remains under investigation. McGregor announced his retirement earlier today.
Understanding the 'New IRA', Who Sent Explosives Around the UK
The dissident group recently took responsibility for the four packages found around the country, and another – as-yet un-located – parcel.
How Militant Irish Republican Slogans went Viral
Republican slogans like "Up the RA" and "Brits out" are still unacceptable to say in the Irish mainstream – so why do they pop up so frequently online?
Views My Own
No, Brexit Isn't Making Irish People Hate Brits
We have plenty of better reasons to distrust the British state.
Irish Burger Chain Beats McDonald's in Trademark Dispute Over Who Owns "Mac"
The ruling paves the way for Supermac’s to expand into Europe and the UK.
Hear a New Song from The Cranberries' Final Album with Dolores O’Riordan
"All Over Now" is the first single from 'The End,' due out on April 26.
Alex Robert Ross
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Your Favourite 'Game of Thrones' Sets Could Become Tourist Attractions
HBO is considering letting fans tour parts of Winterfell, Castle Black and King's Landing in Northern Ireland by 2019.
Politicised Youth Are Mobilising Against Ireland's Housing Crisis
Rising homelessness and violent evictions are in stark contrast with a booming economy.