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Last week
9th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Woman charged in relation to murder of Michael Foley in West Cork
Nearly half a million people waiting longer for medical appointments than Sláintecare targets
Yellow thunderstorm warning for nine counties, with chance of hail and lightning damage
What are the rules on posters now the elections are over? Here's everything to know
Historical abuse survivors settle High Court case over inclusion in redress scheme
Woman who claimed pension of dead father-in-law got husband to pretend to be 110-year-old relative
Increase of 579% in the numbers of adults in emergency accommodation for more than six months since 2014
17-year-old boy dies in workplace accident in Co Cavan
Irish Airline Pilots' Association begin voting on strike action against Aer Lingus
Two men arrested as €1 million in cash seized in Dublin
50-year-old Dublin taxi driver convicted of the rape of two women in the back of his car in 2022
Ardal O'Hanlon, Patrick Kielty and Tommy Tiernan amongst comedians to meet Pope Francis
GPs advise parents that infants 6-11 months should receive extra MMR vaccine if travelling abroad
One MEP, 3 TDs and 23 local councillors: Independent Ireland is now a sizeable party
Natural History Museum to close for several years for refurbishment
Analysis: We had record low turnout in these elections - what does it mean?
Adrian Kavanagh
Tony Bennett’s daughters sue their brother over handling of late singer’s assets
All European seats filled as final four MEPs elected in Midlands-North West
Fianna Fáil's Barry Cowen becomes second candidate elected in Midlands-North West
Rory McIlroy shoots 65 for share of lead after first round of US Open
First of four convoys of Irish ambulances arrive in Poland ahead of donation to Ukraine
All five seats filled in Ireland South as final count results announced
Fine Gael’s Seán Kelly, Fianna Fáil’s Billy Kelleher and Cynthia Ní Murchú, Independent Michael McNamara and Sinn Féin’s Kathleen Funchion have been elected.
Further MEPs elected as all 949 local council seats finally filled
Seats in just one European constituency are left to fill, as newly-elected MEPs take their seats in Ireland South.
Gardaí investigating assault, dangerous driving and criminal damage in Ballymore Eustace
Profiled: Meet Ireland's new far-right councillors
In pics: Ireland's European medallists receive heroes' welcome as they return from Rome
Sharlene Mawdsley and Sophie Becker touched down in Dublin this evening.
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Restorative justice referrals in 2019 were less than 1%, and 2023 figures don't look any better
'I wouldn't have been able to run if I had no husband': Sinéad Gibney rues cost of MEP campaign
Opinion: Comedians meeting Pope Francis - is this comedy washing?
Simon Tierney
Long-promised planning bill delayed until after Dáil summer recess
St Michan's releases images of charred, partially destroyed mummies following break-in and fire
Woman (70s) dies in three-car collision in Co Tyrone
'It's a complex issue': Two of Ireland's migrant-background councillors talk about getting elected
What do we know about Limerick's new directly-elected mayor?
Final councillor elected in Ireland defends comments saying that women need to 'breed' more
Peadar Tóibín defends Aontú's election performance after it fails to capitalise on referendums
Children deemed 'too autistic' for mental health service and 'too anxious' for disability team
Some children are not seen by CAMHS until they self-harm or attempt suicide, parents have warned.