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11th February 2024 - 17th February 2024
Drogheda TD says O’Gorman made ‘arrogant decision’ in housing asylum seekers in local hotel
Poll: Have you used the Deposit Return Scheme yet?
PAC to recommend RTÉ brought under remit of Comptroller and Auditor General
Dr Catherine Conlon: We need to get real about the dangers of smartphone use by young children
Ireland's voter turnout in every election is well below average compared to rest of EU
Can committees compel Dee Forbes to appear before them? TDs say they're considering it
Varadkar heads to Munich Security Conference today, the first sitting Taoiseach to attend
Ireland to spend thousands on air-con for Olympians after Paris bans A/C to meet climate goals
Paris organisers had said they would not provide air-conditioning as part of a pledge to make the 2024 games environmentally friendly.
Redevelopment work on Casement Park set to begin next week
Bernie Sanders says Joe Biden is 'very wrong' on the issue of Israel and Gaza
Man who repeatedly sexually assaulted teen babysitter has 5.5-year sentence reduced
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Tánaiste accuses Israel of ‘disinformation campaign’ against UNRWA as he pledges extra funding
Government needs to show benefit of allowing Israeli Ambassador to stay, says Social Democrats
Three people hospitalised after driver crashes into pedestrians and shops on Bray main street
Bakhurst seeks legal advice on revealing other RTÉ exit package payouts, assures minister O'Keeffe's €450K is correct amount
The Dáil heard accusations of other ‘golden handshakes’ at RTÉ this afternoon.
Sinn Féin's Pearse Doherty told the Dáil O'Keeffe's exit package was 'cooked up behind closed doors with no sign-off, no tax paid and no disclosure until yesterday'
Tánaiste says there must be full transparency around the payouts made to all RTÉ executives
Man jailed for attacking 79-year-old widower in his home with clawhammer
Dublin man with 'violent propensity' sentenced for attacking and robbing sex workers
Minister will amend law to close vulture fund legal loophole impacting mortgage-holders
Questions raised over decision to house asylum seekers at major Drogheda hotel
The leader of the world's largest contested region is in Dublin to ask President Higgins for help
An Bord Pleanála approves €180m 'build to rent' scheme by US property firm in Dublin
The story of €450k: What we know about Breda O'Keeffe's RTÉ exit package
John Lavery courtroom painting of Roger Casement trial expected to get around €30,000 at auction
Thousands forced to flee as Israeli forces shell and raid south Gaza's largest hospital
Sex offender fails in bid to overturn conviction for raping partner’s seven-year-old son
EU revises Irish economy forecast to reflect a much smaller growth in 2024
Air fryers, e-cigarettes and oat milk: Here's how the consumer 'basket of goods' has changed
Criminalising purchase of sex, such as in Ireland, increases risk of violence, says Council of Europe
WhatsApp to lower minimum age requirement across Europe from 16 to 13
Poll: How important is the Guinness two-part pour?
Two men charged over 'serious assault' in Tipperary town
Cork snooker prospect Aaron Hill earns praise from Ronnie after knocking out Mark Selby in Wales
JFK in 1960, Blair 1997, Obama 2008, Corbyn 2017: Youth vote is a starting gun for momentum
Here's how to register to vote (or update your information) ahead of next month's referendums
New law would compel members of Commissions of Investigation to appear before Oireachtas
'The wording doesn't go far enough': We asked carers how they'll vote in the care referendum
Some carers told us that they think the wording of Article 42B is insulting, while others are still unsure as to how they will vote on 8 March.