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Wednesday 29 May 2024 Dublin: 13°C
Debunked: One political party's false election claims on immigration, neutrality and NATO
28th May 2024
'Europe could be doing a hell of a lot more' on Gaza, says Taoiseach
Man (35) appears in court charged with fatal assault of man in north Kerry
Man arrested as part of investigation into 2010 murder of Lee Slattery in Limerick
Trump's lawyer says hush money case is based on 'lies' as prosecutor urges guilty verdict
‘What have they proposed that actually brings us further?’ - Eamon Ryan slams SocDems and PBP
Election season
Local and EU ballots are on 7 June
And they're off
Political posters are up – love 'em or hate 'em
Who's who
Here's who's in the race to be Ireland's MEPs
Independents pip Sinn Féin as voters' top choice
Housing crisis shadow
People's housing tells us about how they'll vote
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
US suspends aid into Gaza by sea after rough seas cause damage to temporary pier
Man arrested after allegedly climbing over fence into Leinster House to remove Palestinian flag
Checking Privilege: How the European Parliament fails to reflect the diversity of the EU
Investigation by Noteworthy finds disabled people are significantly underrepresented, with little practical support given to improve participation.
Facebook will soon use your photos, posts and other info to train its AI. You can opt out (but it's complicated)
Changes announced to scheme that pays companies up to €10,000 for recruiting long-term unemployed
FG local candidate suspends campaign after report she received money to withdraw planning objection
Govt to expedite legal change to stop student accommodation providers mandating 51-week leases
Palestinian flag flies and Taoiseach greets families as Ireland formally recognises Palestine
The Government has agreed to establish full diplomatic relations between Dublin and Ramallah.
Taoiseach Simon Harris said that the decision "is about keeping hope alive".
He told the Dáil today that he has "no knowledge" of any Irish exported technology being used by Israel as part of its assault on Gaza.
The Dáil was temporarily suspended this afternoon after a group of protesters in the public gallery interrupted statements to call for sanctions to be imposed on Israel.
Uncapped Tom Cannon and David Harrington both called up to 26-man Ireland squad
Rank and file gardaí vote 79% in favour of new roster proposal
Philip Nolan departs Science Foundation Ireland following board meeting
‘Odd looking but beautiful’: North American bird makes first ever appearance in Ireland
Watch: Dáil briefly suspended as protesters in gallery call for sanctions against Israel
Emergency medicine doctors to crew helicopter response service alongside paramedics in new trial
Teenager charged with assault of US tourist broke bail conditions 14 times, court hears
Supreme Court hearings to be broadcast before the end of the year as part of pilot project
Man arrested after allegedly carrying knife and acting in 'threatening' manner at Parnell Square
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil were no-shows today at climate debate ahead of EU election
Use of physical restraint among non-compliances identified at mental health centres
A mix of personal stories and opinions on the stories of the day.
Parading ambassadors in front of TV cameras in Israel was unacceptable
Simon Harris TD
Should recognition come before or after peace?
Dr Gëzim Visoka
Ireland needs helicopter emergency medicine – it’s the difference between life and death
Dr Brian Burns
Our sex ed class was delivered by a local church member — she was a disaster
Margaret Lynch
Pope Francis apologises after reported use of homophobic slur
Potent drugs such as nitazenes could appear at Irish festivals this summer, HSE expert warns
Nitazine, a powerful synthetic opioid, caused dozens of overdoses in Dublin and Cork late last year.
Poll: Should Ireland introduce national service for young people?
Man to stand trial over road collision that killed mother-of-three
Sudden and severe storm leaves millions of people powerless in India and Bangladesh
Irishman dies while on holiday in the Algarve
The Candidate: Don't know who to vote for in Midlands North West? This might help
Basic income scheme makes artists happier and work harder, report finds
Man and woman arrested in Creeslough investigation released without charge
UN Security Council to hold emergency meeting over 'horrific' fatal strike on Rafah
Opinion: The Irish Government must now push against the flow of arms to Israel
Alice-Mary Higgins
Cabinet agrees to renew Ireland’s counter-terrorism laws as 'real and persistent' threat remains