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This month
May 2024
Poll: Have you watched Bodkin?
Concerns raised that Irish emergency medicine model is 'failing' severely ill and injured people
Other European countries routinely despatch doctors to the scene of accidents – but not Ireland.
Concerns have been raised at the highest level of government.
Consultants are calling for international 'gold standard' care for Irish patients.
Opinion: Ozempic isn't the answer — we need to change our toxic food system
Dr Catherine Conlon
Former TD voices concern about intimidation of candidates after swastika cut into poster
Millions spent on security at asylum seeker centre where staff were 'unvetted' and 'paid cash'
A January 2023 report found there was “no vetting in place for staff” and that the majority of workers had around “three months of experience in this field”.
Sligo to be added to remediation scheme for homes damaged by defective blocks
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Dublin-New York portal to switch off again tonight as organisers try to block ‘inappropriate’ behaviour
German court convicts far-right politician of using banned Nazi slogan during campaign
M11 southbound open again after truck overturned earlier today
Israeli settlers block and loot food convoy as President Higgins condemns attacks on aid for Gaza
Huge manhunt in France after gunmen kill two prison officers and free inmate from prison van
Thunderstorm warning in place for three counties as warm weather and rain expected this week
'Reluctance' by Irish soldiers to serve in EU Battlegroup mission due to low pay
Ryanair is planning to close its base in France's Bordeaux from November
Opinion: Protesting Israel's war on Gaza isn't antisemitic — it's a display of humanity
Emma DeSouza
Rent Pressure Zone caps extended until December 2025
Confirmation that 56 gardaí will give a dig out in France for Paris Olympics security operation
Rory McIlroy and wife Erica Stoll file for divorce
Taoiseach says plans to cut social welfare rates of some Ukrainian refugees is 'sensible'
It will not apply to Ukrainians living in pledged accommodation.
12-week lead-in time for streamlining of Ukrainian social welfare payments.
Review of benefits for international protection applicants to be completed within six weeks.
SIPO to hold investigation hearing into former minister Robert Troy's declaration errors next month
Children given 'inadequate or inappropriate' support by CAMHS 'because they were autistic'
'Difficult' to get gardaí to 'show up' to calls, claims Fine Gael senator
'People can't move on': TD proposes to reduce divorce waiting period from two years to six months
'Stop talking about Jesus and dance': People at the portal want to connect, ideally with dogs
Transatlantic rock, paper, scissors didn’t quite pan out, sadly.
Michelle O’Neill apologises for attending Bobby Storey’s funeral during Covid lockdown
High Court rules order banning military from protest against defence cuts was unconstitutional
Plans to increase the legal smoking age to 21 have been approved - but vapes aren't included
Calls for tougher laws as three people handed fixed penalty notices for recording M1 crash site
Teenage motorcyclist seriously injured following road traffic collision in Cork
Poll: Have you used ChatGPT?
'I cannot believe I'm sitting next to Mike Tyson' - Katie Taylor gearing up for Serrano rematch
EU writes letter to EBU criticising organisers for 'incoherence' in banning flag from Eurovision
Teacher accused of historical abuse at Dublin school too ill to attend court
Teenager arrested as part of investigations into Dublin city riots last year
The Explainer: What is Ireland’s history with the European Union?
Israeli army claims UN vehicle hit in Rafah was in 'combat zone' after worker dies