Denis Toomey has been appointed Ireland’s Chef de Mission for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Ireland’s Paralympic Silver medallist Colin Lynch has confirmed he is retiring from Paralympic cycling.
Paralympics Ireland has published its new strategic plan, entitled "Success Takes More", which focuses on winning global medals.
Organisers of next year's World Para Swimming European Championships have launched a search to find 600 volunteers for the event in Dublin.
Toyota Ireland has signed on as an official partner of Paralympics Ireland for Tokyo 2020 and Paris 2024, it has been announced.
Dublin will host next year's Para Swimming European Championships, it has been announced.
Ireland have named a 10-strong team for the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships in London, including five Paralympic medallists.
John Fulham has been elected as the President of Paralympics Ireland at the organisation’s Annual General Meeting (AGM).
Paralympics Ireland has asked the public to help put them in contact with past Paralympic athletes from the country.
Miriam Malone has been announced as the new chief executive of Paralympics Ireland, replacing Liam Harbison.
Paralympic representative Denis Toomey has called for the full implementation of the Deloitte report on Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) governance following his election onto the body’s Executive Committee.
Liam Harbison is due to leave his role as chief executive of Paralympics Ireland in order to take up a new post as director of the Sport Ireland institute.
Paralympics Ireland have partnership with American multinational confectionery company Mondelez International to hold a one day event aimed at attracting new people and potential talent into para-sport.
The success of the Irish team at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro was celebrated at a gala awards ceremony at The Ballsbridge Hotel in Dublin.
Members of the Irish team at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro have attended a reception hosted by President Michael Higgins at his official residence.