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Dublin: 8 °C Saturday 23 June, 2018

Ireland - Monday 28 May, 2018

Saoirse Ronan's spoken out about THAT Aer Lingus sketch from her stint on SNL

Listen, you can’t please everyone.

People are a bit cross at Taylor Swift for lumping Ireland in with the UK

What is it with celebs and their geographical knowledge?

After Eight responded to becoming the unofficial snack of the referendum celebrations

Not everyone understood the joke immediately.

Ireland - Sunday 27 May, 2018

21 of the most amusing tweets from the referendum campaign

Some tweets to take the edge off the past few weeks.

Ireland - Saturday 26 May, 2018

The Hardest 'Who Is Older' Quiz You'll Ever Take: Irish Politicans v Irish Celebs

Objects may appear younger than they seem.

16 touching moments from this historic day in Ireland

It’s been emotional.

Will you be out celebrating the referendum results this evening? Out Out This post contains a poll

People are only delighted that Dobbo is back on RTÉ for referendum day

He’s back for one night only.

Emmet Kirwan seriously put it to Ryan Tubridy on the Late Late, and people loved him

‘There’s no phone line to rat out bankers’.

Just 15 great responses to the referendum's landslide exit polls

It was an emotional night.

Ireland - Friday 25 May, 2018

13 tweets that show we're all done with GDPR already

How many shite newsletters did we subscribe to!?

#IVotedYes is trending and is packed with some incredibly uplifting tweets

Whoever held the Stena Line ferry is a hero.

Russell Crowe has backed Saoirse Long in calling for a Yes vote

“Nobody’s daughter should ever be told she doesn’t have authority over her own body.”

Ireland - Thursday 24 May, 2018

Ireland - Wednesday 23 May, 2018

Conor McGregor's coach is offering free self-defence classes to women in light of recent events

‘We need to give women a fighting chance.’

24 emotional #HomeToVote tweets by people coming back to Ireland from every corner of the globe

This country is definitely at its best when it’s time to come #HomeToVote

7 things we should get Simon Harris to sort out

The man can do anything apparently.

17 of the thirstiest Simon Harris tweets from last night's debate

“I am so sorry for all the times I called Simon Harris a vampire.”

Ireland - Tuesday 22 May, 2018

12 tweets you can relate to if you love tea more than life itself

The stuff you get abroad just isn’t the same is it?

Susie Dent from Countdown has explained where the word 'bollocks' came from

David O’Doherty asked what we all wanted to know.

7 of the best reactions to Brian O'Driscoll's call for a Yes vote

We’ve all been there when it comes to picking a filter.

People were delighted to see Amy Huberman back in Can't Cope Won't Cope

Might not exactly spell good news for Aisling though.

Ireland - Monday 21 May, 2018

Which Irish primary school myth are you?

Sunny Delight was both a delicious and terrifying prospect.

How has the referendum changed the public's interpretation of 'The Influencer?'

“Some people think it’s easier to say nothing rather than lose followers. But why act like a wallflower in certain situations?”

Just 10 times Pierce Brosnan and Keely Shaye Smith were cute AF

Our unofficial mam and dad.

Ireland - Sunday 20 May, 2018

10 of the worst reviews of Irish landmarks on Trip Advisor

One guy complained that the Guinness wasn’t as good as his Guinness kegerator Guinness.

Here's what 10 first time voters have got to say about the upcoming referendum

The atmosphere in secondary schools seems to vary greatly.

Pro-choice farmers managed to get #Farmers4Yes trending on Twitter yesterday

Former President of the Irish Farmers’ Association Eddie Downey has also called for a ‘Yes’ vote.

What's in my makeup bag? Rachel Coffey

Having a rummage through our favourite faces’ wares.