1. Ireland's chef of the year says there are shifting attitudes about Irish food in US

    By Martha Brennan A young chef who was named the best in Ireland said that Americans are falling deeper in love with Irish food. Aishling Moore, 29, is the brains behind Goldie, one of the top restaurants in her native Co Cork . The seafood restaurant is known for its fresh produce,
  2. Daisy Edgar-Jones 'fell in love' with Paul Mescal working on Normal People

    By Fionnuala Boyle Daisy Edgar-Jones says she "fell in love" with Paul Mescal while working on Normal People . The former co-stars appeared together at Fastnet Film Festival in Co Cork on Friday alongside TV series director Lenny Abrahamson. The actors became household names after p
  3. Michael Flatley 'heartbroken' that his family have to 'live in hotels' when he's in Ireland after being forced out of home

    By Fionnuala Boyle Michael Flatley says he is "heartbroken" that his family have to "live in hotels" when he is in Ireland due to the ongoing legal dispute over his mansion in Co Cork . The 65-year-old claims he has been locked out of his Castlehyde mansion, just outside Fermoy, for
  4. New York Jets 'would be thrilled' if NFL expands to Ireland

    By Fionnuala Boyle The New York Jets "would be thrilled" if the NFL decides to expand to Ireland . The Jets this year joined a list of teams who have marketing rights on the island of Ireland alongside the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Steelers held a watch p
  5. San Francisco Irish Center awards record $70,000 in scholarships to local students

    By Martha Brennan The United Irish Cultural Center in San Francisco distributed over $70,000 in scholarship funding to local students this week. A total of 69 students benefited from this year's Leo T Walsh Scholarship awards program, which aims to help young graduates advance thei