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Wednesday
22nd May 2024
Arson attack on building earmarked for asylum seekers 'idiotic' and 'criminal', says Taoiseach
Five main takeaways from the bombshell Housing Commission report
The report skewered Government policy over housing and said a radical reset was needed.
NI truth panel receives major record haul, boosting mother and baby home inquiry
Israel says Ireland's decision to officially recognise State of Palestine is 'prize for terrorism'
Taoiseach Simon Harris described it as a “historic and important day” for Ireland and for Palestine.
Man accused of punching seats and windows on Aer Lingus flight in 'extremely threatening' incident
'A blow to Israel': Headlines around the world react to Ireland's recognition of Palestine
'I saw people across the aisle going completely horizontal': Passengers on turbulent Singapore flight
Mary Lou McDonald: Fences erected in Dublin can't stay indefinitely, proper accommodation needed
Four more measles cases confirmed in Ireland, bringing total for year so far to thirty
Housing Minister says core recommendation from Housing Commission report 'problematic'
20 people in intensive care after Singapore Airlines flight hit extreme turbulence
Poll: Should we get rid of 'best before' dates?
Former Ireland U19 midfielder earns call-up for Euro qualifier
Man charged after being arrested at Dublin Airport following incident on board inbound flight
Woman who lay dead in Cork house for at least a year named locally as Joyce O’Mahony
Israel recalls ambassadors from Ireland and Norway after recognition of Palestine state
Two more arrested over 2010 murder of Lee Slattery in Limerick
Seanad to hear motion calling for bin collection to be removed from private providers
Recruitment embargo in HSE 'inconceivable' and more doctors needed, IMO to tell politicians
Politicians will be told how hospital doctors and consultants are leaving work feeling “demoralised and frustrated”.
Tuesday
21st May 2024
Former UK marine accused of spying for Hong Kong found dead in London park
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Major housing report criticises government for 'ineffective decision-making and risk aversion'
At least 10 people killed, including nine children, in Egypt as minibus plunges off ferry into Nile
Man with 27 identities remanded in custody after Cork court appearance
Modular and prefab units to be used to house asylum seekers on Thornton Hall site
Body found in house in a residential area of Cork city
'Strong likelihood' ECB will cut interest rates in the coming weeks
Government leaders expected to officially recognise State of Palestine
Social Democrats TD calls for removal of best before dates from foods
Eir refuses invitation to discuss customer complaints in front of Oireachteas committee
Ireland among member states seeking EU membership talks with Ukraine to begin next month
Flash flooding expected as Status Orange thunderstorm warning in place for five counties
Gym and yoga members should get tax breaks, new fitness group urges Government
Defence rests without Donald Trump entering witness box in New York hush money trial
Gardaí seek driver of 'red saloon' that was near fatal two-car crash in Mayo last year
Overnight criminal damage at site for refugee homes where security workers were attacked
Married man accused of attacking former lover allegedly sent intimate videos to her boss
Men accused in Ireland's biggest ever drugs haul sent for Special Criminal Court trial