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Last week
14th April 2024 - 20th April 2024
Stardust inquests deliver verdict of unlawful killing in the case of all 48 victims
The jury yesterday said they could not reach a unanimous verdict, and had instead come to a majority decision.
Israel military chief says it will 'respond' to missile strikes by Iran despite calls for de-escalation
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with his war cabinet tonight to discuss possible reactions, local media said.
Iran's UN Ambassador has insisted the Islamic republic was exercising its "inherent right to self-defense".
Israel's army today said that those killed in the Damascus strike had engaged in "terrorism against Israel".
Tánaiste Micheál Martin said earlier that the situation in the Middle East must be de-escalated.
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April 2024
Poll: Does the rainy weather change how you get around?
Irish Freedom Party candidate charged with public order offences and possession of a knife
Poll: Would you support a united Ireland?
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March 2024
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Redacted Lives and Noteworthy projects nominated for prestigious Mary Raftery Prize
Simon Harris officially declares bid to be next leader of Fine Gael
More than 30 TDs, senators and MEPs voiced their support for Harris today even before he made a formal announcement.
Irish kids' TV show using Lámh signs given green light for new series
'I am no longer the best person for that job': Varadkar's emotional resignation speech, in full
“I have nothing else lined up or in mind,” the Taoiseach said.
Man appears in court after being charged over Monaghan crash that killed two teenagers
Family and Care referendums defeated by huge margins
Polls in Family and Care referendums draw to a close
Gardaí investigating after League of Ireland player allegedly asked to participate in spot fixing
February 2024
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Catherine Martin says she's 'doing her best' in wake of departure of RTÉ board chair
Members of the opposition have said Catherine Martin’s position as Media Minister is untenable.
Questions remain over who at Martin's Department knew what, and when, about the exit packages
A number of Government ministers have defended Martin
The RTÉ Board has said the Department of Media was informed in October 2023 of the approval of an exit package for Richard Collins
Former All-Ireland winner arrested for alleged beating of 12-year-old boy
US vetoes UN resolution demanding immediate ceasefire in Gaza
The move comes after the United States tabled its own motion calling for a “temporary” ceasefire in Gaza.
Hamas said the US veto equalled "a green light for the occupation to commit more massacres".
The United Nations’ World Food Programme has announced a pause in food and aid deliveries to northern Gaza.
The World Health Organization said it has transferred 32 patients out of Khan Yunis' Nasser hospital.
Basketball Ireland's Instagram account 'permanently disabled' following fraught game with Israel
Councillors agree €40 million redevelopment of Dalymount Park
Basketball Ireland CEO says boycotting game against Israel wouldn't make 'blind bit of difference'
January 2024
UK government to replace 'green lane' on goods travelling to NI under new Stormont deal
The DUP has been using a veto power to block Stormont’s devolved institutions for almost two years.
It was announced earlier this week that the DUP was prepared to return to Stormont, dependent on the UK Government implementing certain legislative assurances.
The return will see Michelle O’Neill become the region’s first ever nationalist first minister.
Diary of an aid worker in Gaza: 'I go to the local market. There is nothing to buy.'
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Supreme Court dismisses John Delaney's bid to hear appeal over CEA's access to seized documents
ICJ makes orders against Israel, agrees to hear South Africa's Gaza genocide case
Works at protected wall on grounds of Arbour Hill paused as specialist architect needed
The renovation was halted after it was discovered the work would need to be supervised by a conservational architect.
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GAA club 'extremely angry and shocked' after masked men threaten underage presentation meeting
EU foreign ministers press Israel on eventual two-state solution
Storm Isha aftermath and wind warnings for Storm Jocelyn tomorrow
The storm had a significant impact on travel around the country since last evening.
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'Intensive' phase of conflict in south Gaza 'will end soon', Israeli defence minister says
Gaza’s health ministry said Israel struck two hospitals, a girls’ school and “dozens” of homes overnight.
Israel argues its defence in South Africa's Gaza genocide case at The Hague
19-year-old charged with causing girlfriend's death in road crash in May 2022
Man shot in arm during football match in Tipperary in suspected deer hunting accident
Pistorius to be released this Friday after serving nearly 10 years for girlfriend's murder
Last year
In photos: Swimmers brave the Christmas Day dip
Wind and rain didn’t stop these merrymakers!
Israel continues to bomb Gaza as it faces accusation it is 'starving' Palestinians
The UN Security Council is to vote today on a new resolution calling for an “urgent and sustainable cessation of hostilities” in Gaza.
The health ministry in Gaza says more than 18,800 people have been killed in Israel's campaign in Gaza.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday again vowed to "fight until the end".
DPP decision needed in Anthony Stokes cocaine and dangerous driving case
Overwhelming majority of countries at UN General Assembly backs demand for ceasefire in Gaza
The vote comes as Israeli forces continued to battle Hamas militants today and bombed more targets in the devastated Gaza Strip.
The UN estimates 1.9 million of Gaza's 2.4 million people have been displaced by the conflict, half of them children.
The Gaza health ministry updated the death toll in Gaza to 18,412, mostly women and children.