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Yesterday
12th June 2024
Ireland win European Championship silver in Women’s 4x400m
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
Irish diver who was on board mothership of Oceangate sub that imploded says it was 'traumatic'
Electricity is in the air at Nemo Rangers but we'd be shocked if anyone got elected anytime soon
Billy Kelleher is the closest to the quota of 114,761 – there is a slim chance he will be elected tonight.
Who is my local councillor? Here's a list of who's been elected
All seats filled in every council as Newbridge completes marathon count
Sinn Féin’s James Stokes and Aontú’s Melissa Byrne finished with just two votes between them in Kildare.
Sinn Féin to rejoin with The Left group in EU after ambiguity around decision
Dog behaviourist: What should you do if a dog gets aggressive?
Suzi Walsh
Aer Lingus pilots vote for industrial action, no strike planned as of yet
Irish music rights group takes High Court action against Forest Fest music festival
Lucy Letby 'caught virtually red-handed’ trying to murder baby girl, court told
Calls for Foley to 'press ahead' with parent survey on school patronage promised last September
X-ed: Likes are becoming private on the site formerly known as Twitter
What's with these new lids? It's the EU's next step to cut down on single-use plastics
New laws cracking down on short-term lets pose threat to rural tourism, govt warned
Michael O'Leary claims return flights to Dublin could cost €1,000 at Christmas because of passenger cap
Man appears in court accused in Dublin church crypt fire that destroyed 'priceless' mummies
New chair tells politicians RTÉ is considering a €400k exit payment to a former employee
Man (73) arrested in connection with murder of RUC constable in 1975 appears before High Court
French left-wing parties announce 'Popular Front' electoral pact ahead of snap elections
Debunked: Fabricated quotes and made-up commentators feature in 'vote-rigging' news story
Mixed messages on Sinn Féin’s chances in the Midlands-North-West as counting continues
Man charged over fire lit in Dublin church crypt as Archbishop laments 'desecration' of mummies
Henry Winkler (AKA 'The Fonz') praises Dublin Fire Brigade after fire breaks out in Shelbourne Hotel
Garda probe as rifle discovered in undergrowth in North Dublin suburb
Youth accused of kicking gunman Tristan Sherry has trial sent forward to Special Criminal Court
Six closure orders served on food businesses in May, including four in Dublin
No signs of improvement in quality of Irish lakes, estuaries and groundwaters
Two teenagers sent for trial accused of attacking US tourist Stephen Termini
Judge confirms July date for Jeffrey Donaldson historical sex charges committal hearing
Poll: Should Dublin have a directly elected mayor?
Spoiled votes fell by 29% in these elections compared to 2019
Want to keep up with the European Election counts? Check out our results centre
Today's cold temperatures set to stay for the next week, Met Éireann says
Here's who has been elected to Europe so far as counting continues
So far, five MEPs have been elected – four in Dublin and one in Ireland South.
Asylum seekers staying in tents on Leeson Street moved on without offers of new accommodation
Sinn Féin bucks the trend in Waterford council as FF returns with lowest seat tally in decades
GAA president says he’s ‘pessimistic that the Euros will be played in Casement Park’