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This month
May 2024
Taoiseach Simon Harris says he won’t 'allow' attacks on politicians to change his behaviour
Stephen Kenny returns to League of Ireland as new St Patrick's Athletic manager
Fine Gael feeling 'confident' as they jump and Sinn Féin slump in latest Irish Times poll
EPA updates list of good and bad bathing sites as wet weather puts pressure on beaches
Poll: Are you going to one of Bruce Springsteen's gigs?
Man (20s) seriously injured after collision between e-scooter and car on Dublin's quays
Diageo to invest €100m in St James’s Gate as part of net zero carbon plans for Guinness brewery
Over 30,000 people in Ireland affected by hidden homelessness
Israel army says five soldiers killed in north Gaza in friendly fire
European Elections: Will young people get out and vote?
Leon Diop
Calls for inquiry into birth trauma in Ireland, as women decry lack of empathy and consent in HSE
A recent inquiry in the UK found that good maternity care in Britain was “the exception rather than the rule”.
In Pictures: Bohemians FC VS Palestine
Palestine have beaten Bohemians FC 2-1 in Dalymount Park in Dublin.
Gardaí renew appeal for witnesses of fatal shooting in Drimnagh last week
How are journalists across Europe reporting on June's elections? Join us for a free live webinar
Spouses and partners of employment permit holders will now be allowed to work in Ireland
Man jailed for two years for supplying phone credit used to coordinate murder of Noel Kirwan
Government to review research on impact of sick pay before making decision on future increases
Continued power outage stops some Luas green line services again, after short respite
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
The 'This is why we can't have nice things' brigade should learn to lighten up
Welfare cuts impacting Ukrainian mothers and elderly done under Govt's guise of 'equality'
There will be a 'substantial increase’ in number of speed and safety cameras on Irish roads, Harris says
Woman missing from Dublin found safe and well
HSE apologises to family of woman who killed baby son and took own life in 2020
Tánaiste to raise concerns with Lebanese officials over progress in Pte Sean Rooney murder case
Ireland ‘losing a generation of young people’ in politics because of abuse and harassment
Irish Defence Forces Chief Sean Clancy appointed as head of EU military committee
Lt Gen Sean Clancy will take over the top job from Austrian General Robert Brieger.
Flashing, mooning and homegrown potatoes: The bad behaviour that (temporarily) shut The Portal
Man who believed he was meeting girl (11) but instead found adult 'decoy' livestreaming is jailed
'Hang traitors' graffiti is a threat to 'kill politicians' and cannot go unchallenged, TD says
This app will help you find your best match - a candidate in the European elections
Ukrainians will be able to appeal social welfare cuts, McGrath says
Witness appeal as two people hospitalised following two-car collision in Co Kerry
PSNI search for man who attacked two people, covered them in petrol and tried to set them alight
E-scooters to be regulated from Monday, with new laws prohibiting use by under-16s
Teenager charged in connection with Dublin riots released on bail
Man charged after woman seriously assaulted in Dublin last Friday
Gardaí 'categorically reject' claims that school group was escorted near canal due to tents