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Sunday 21 April 2024 Dublin: 14°C
Man dead after crash involving car and motorcycle in Co Antrim
Irishman (50s) drowns in Portuguese tourist resort
FG receives boost after Harris becomes Taoiseach but SF remain most popular, poll suggests
Sitdown Sunday: Why some footballers are swapping the GAA for the NFL
Stardust inquests
A historic day as verdicts of unlawful killing returned in cases of all 48 people who died
in the room
What it was like in the room when the Stardust verdict was announced
eamon butterly
The tangled web of the Butterlys' business dealings over the years
pen portraits
The 48 people who lost their lives in the Stardust fire on 14 February 1981
The Journal's Stardust podcast returns with a new episode: Unlawful killing
Motorcyclist airlifted from crash scene after suffering serious injuries in Longford
'I joined the Oireachtas Israeli and Palestinian friendship groups — but I'm no longer involved', says junior minister
Iran, Israel appear to pull back from brink as US approves military aid
Tony Duffin: The trauma of war is fuelling drug abuse among soldiers in Ukraine
Tony Duffin
What are European political groupings and why are they important?
How much do you know about the EPP? S&D? Get up to speed before you cast your vote.
Tenants 'feel like pawns on a chessboard' as 15 families face eviction from Donegal estate
‘There is no peace day by day, like it was before,’ one tenant said.
20th April 2024
A boy (7) has died in a 'tragic accident' at a swimming pool in Clare
Quiz: How much do you know about pop icon Taylor Swift?
Could ‘bait bikes’ put a dent in the 20,000 bike thefts seen in Dublin each year?
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Road safety crisis
Over 60 lives have already been lost this year
We are beginning to understand what's driving the surge in road deaths
Crack down
Dublin to get cameras to catch drivers breaking red lights
Father who lost wife and two daughters says his world is so empty
Dangerous driving
Thousands caught speeding in bank holiday checkpoints
Four-goal Donegal down champions Derry while Kerry eventually edge out gritty Cork
Larry Donnelly: The immigration issue compounds uncertainty in Irish politics
Larry Donnelly
Silva strikes late against Chelsea to send Man City through to FA Cup final
'Thank you, America': Zelensky welcomes US House approval of Ukraine aid package
Ryan says EU has gone 'from bees to bullets' amid Green Deal rollbacks and conflict escalation
Gaza official says Israeli strike killed nine family members in Rafah
Christy Moore among attendees of pro-Palestine rally in Dublin
Ireland suffer huge defeat to England in Women's Six Nations
Pregnant woman and journalist among those killed in Ukraine strikes on Russia overnight
Eamon Ryan tells Healy-Raes 'the Kingdom's going green', as Conor Pass earmarked for national park
A mix of personal stories and opinions on the stories of the day.
Israel's treatment of innocent Palestinians is reminiscent of humanity's darkest days
Bobby McDonagh
Radical steps needed to make the American Dream achievable for all
Larry Donnelly
What could Dublin learn from Cork's English Market?
Aoife Barry
There's no correct way for the brain to work, we're all different
Nessa Hill
'Blood covered' man accused of street robbery and bookies raid on Grafton Street
'If I wasn’t in the competition, I would also be boycotting': Bambie Thug responds to backlash
Taoiseach apologises 'unreservedly' to Stardust families following 'emotional' meeting today
Simon Harris said he will make a formal apology ‘on behalf of the State’ on Tuesday in the Dáil.
England v Ireland, Women's Six Nations
Catch up on all the action as Scott Bemand’s side continue their championship run in Twickenham.
Half-Time: England 38-3 Ireland
Full-Time: England 88-10 Ireland
Tirlán boss wants Govt to give €40m to plan aimed at improving 'worst rivers' in Ireland
More than 750 drivers caught speeding during Garda slowdown operation
Explosion reported at Iraq military base hosting pro-Iranian forces
Migration Pact will damage EU's reputation as a human rights defender, experts say
The Green Party will meet in the RDS for its Annual Convention today - Here's what to expect
Man who set himself on fire outside Trump trial courthouse has died, US media reports
The Explainer: What does a major review tell us about trans healthcare?
Opinion: People pleasing is exhausting, but learning to say 'no' is liberating
Niamh O'Reilly
FG pulls EPP 'to the centre' says Séan Kelly as Irish MEPs say parties will remain in EU groups
Fine Gael, Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil MEPs said they would not be considering a switch.