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Speeding and mobile phone use cited as concerns by gardaí amid spike in road deaths
Dáil told of threats to burn down Kildare hotel after 'disgusting lie' that girl had been raped
Over 100 people killed as Israeli soldiers fire on Gazans rushing to aid trucks, health ministry says
The Gaza health ministry earlier reported that more than 30,000 people have been killed in Gaza since 7 October.
Israeli sources confirmed that troops opened fire at Palestinians rushing toward aid trucks in Gaza
The reported attack comes as aid agencies intensified warnings over Gaza's humanitarian situation, with famine threatening.
RTÉ News appoints Evelyn O'Rourke as new arts and media correspondent
Goodbody Stockbrokers fined €1.2m by Central Bank for failing to track suspicious transactions
Ireland is being fined €10,000 a day for a delay in changing online safety rules
Tributes paid to 'much loved' 10-year-old boy who died in hospital days after being hit by van
'It's shocking': Irish staff at The Body Shop told they won't get last paycheck as stores close
'Unjust' detention for Irish anti-corruption activist in Iraq ends after charges dropped
Funeral takes place for 'kind soul' Ann Delaney who died homeless on Aungier Street
Michael O'Leary says Ryanair has axed plans for more Dublin routes because of passenger cap
The Covid leap day: Experts look back on 2020 and ahead to 2028
The first case of Covid was reported in Ireland on 29 February 2020.
Paul Pogba banned from football for four years for doping
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Debunked: Audio of Gordon Ramsay praising Irish protestors is fabricated, likely by AI
Ireland's oldest woman Bridget Tierney dies at the age of 108
Man arrested after gardaí seize ammunition and €190,000 worth of drugs in Co Kildare search
Gardaí continue to question man arrested on suspicion of murder of Mick Whelan in Dublin 8
Minister announces legislation to stop student accommodation providers mandating 51-week leases
Dave Myers, one half of Hairy Bikers duo, dies aged 66
Poll: Will you watch the Celebrity Big Brother reboot?
Senior HSE executive to receive redundancy package of nearly €400,000
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Midleton flooding was made twice as likely to occur by climate change
Teenage motorist killed in head-on collision while driving wrong way at 124km/h, inquest hears
Irish Government to fund 50 medical places for students at Queen's University Belfast
US President Joe Biden declared ‘fit for duty’ after annual medical test
'My son is not there anymore': How young people with psychosis are falling through the cracks
The earlier a person’s symptoms are treated, the better the outcome – but many people with psychosis or schizophrenia struggle to get access to care.
Karin Kenny believes her son Kielan's life would be very different if he had received early intervention for psychosis
He was previously in school but now needs full-time care and experiences weeks-long psychotic episodes
A new series by The Journal and Noteworthy will explore access to services for young people who experience psychosis
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28th February 2024
Casemiro nets late winner to set up Man United FA Cup quarter-final against Liverpool
Department of Foreign Affairs says 'no evidence' of cyber breach despite claim by online group
18-year-olds Koumas and Danns fire Liverpool past Southampton into FA Cup quarter-finals
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Boy (10) dies in hospital days after he was struck by van in Co Clare
Primary principals criticise 'infuriating' shortage of supports for pupils affected by trauma
Over €1.2 million worth of herbal cannabis seized in Dublin and Louth
Westlife's Mark Feehily pulls out of upcoming tour of America due to health reasons
Man admits hacking Luke 'Ming' Flanagan's Twitter account
Widow of Alexei Navalny fears there could be arrests at his funeral on Friday
Nine suspected, no confirmed cases of measles in latest weekly figures