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Last week
7th April 2024 - 13th April 2024
Quiz: Can you match the Cabinet minister to the portfolio?
'It's unbearable': Young Greeks speak out about lack of prospects 15 years after crisis
The Journal visited Athens in advance of the EU elections to find out how young people have fared in comparison to Ireland.
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Parenting: A message for the new Taoiseach - please get a handle on housing
Margaret Lynch
Leinster smash past La Rochelle to secure Croke Park Champions Cup semi-final
Ireland end long wait for Women's Six Nations win after bonus-point heroics in Cork
A warning to social media firms and an appeal to Iran: Martin rallies troops at FF Ard Fheis
Micheál Martin said that Ireland is facing “enormous” challenges, but that the country “can and will overcome”.
'Substantial income tax package' promised for autumn's Budget, McGrath promises
Five-star Manchester City cruise past Luton to go top of Premier League table
Nearly 40k houses will be built this year, says O'Brien playing down Harris’ target to build 50k
I Am Maximus crowned 2024 Grand National winner, Cork jockey takes prize for first time
Irishman describes 'absolutely horrific' scenes amid Sydney stabbing attack
Bertie Ahern says election should be in mid-June and gives his top tip to Simon Harris
Fines social media companies will get for breach of care will be 'significant, Foley says
Netanyahu says missing Israeli teen has been found 'murdered' in West Bank
Israel closes schools nationwide amid growing fears of attack from Iran
Government to bring forward proposals for a dedicated transport police, says Martin
Bring an end to tent encampments and deport asylum seekers that commit crime - FF migration report
Six killed and suspect shot dead after stabbing attack at Sydney shopping centre
Eight people including a child have been taken to hospital after the incident.
Gardaí make witness appeal after driver ploughs into cars outside Limerick music venue
Eastern front against Russia has 'deteriorated significantly', says Ukraine's top army general
Challenges of reporting from Gaza: How inaccurate reports of a dead Irish aid worker went viral
Woman arrested after half a million euros in cash seized in organised crime operation
Surrealing in the Years: Well Simon, the jamboree period is over
Carl Kinsella
Israel pounds Gaza while US says it will send reinforcements to deter any attack by Iran
US President Joe Biden said he expected Iran to attempt to strike Israel soon but warned against any retaliation for the 1 April strike on its Damascus consulate.
Dr Chris Luke: To improve care in emergency departments, we should do two simple things today
Dr Chris Luke
Irish language group says it won't pay €6,686 water bill over English language correspondence
After weeks of the Fine Gael show, FF moves back into the spotlight with party's Ard Fheis
Tiger Woods makes record-breaking Masters cut as Rory McIlroy struggles
European elections: Voters sceptical about an EU army and whether Ireland should participate
A new The Journal/Ireland Thinks poll also found that immigration is seen as the priority issue in the European elections.
Questions over EU military cooperation have long been a source of debate in the bloc.
Half of poll respondents were opposed to an EU army, with just over a third in favour.
Supporters of Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil, the Greens and Labour were in favour of Ireland's participation in an EU army.
American applied for Irish passports in names of dead babies after having 'visa difficulties'
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Tánaiste in favour of postponing patent referendum to allow more time for 'proper preparation'
Irish people in the US were glued to the World Cup when OJ's Ford Bronco hit the headlines
Man who raped younger sister and brother taken into custody after sitting near sibling on train
Irish border was 'exploited' by terrorists in Kingsmill attack, which was partly planned in ROI
Teens avoid prison for roles in Dublin park incident that saw Italian student badly injured
Recognition of Palestine by EU countries 'much closer', Harris says after meeting with Spanish PM
Pedro Sanchez has previously said his country plans to extend recognition to the Palestinians by July.
Another Dublin primary school is to be divested from Catholic Church