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Monday 30 January 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# June Bank Holiday

Last year
2022
# Your Say
Poll: Are you going away this Bank Holiday weekend?
Heading anywhere nice?
All time
# Trains
Bank Holiday weekend trains: Some altered Irish Rail services and Bray to Greystones Dart suspended
Rail tickets are valid on Dublin Bus/GoAhead bus services between Bray and Greystones at the weekend.
# Weekend
It's going to be warm and humid with a mix of sunshine and showers this bank holiday weekend
Today will be mild, humid and mostly cloudy across the country.
# dun laoghaire pier
New music festival in Dublin planned for this June Bank Holiday
Promoters MCD hope to make Dun Laoghaire Pier the home for gigs over three days this June bank holiday.
# family event guide
6 family events to check out this bank holiday weekend... from Lego robots to sailing tours
Here’s our handpicked selection of the best goings-on over the long weekend.
# Things To Do
From campervans to paddleboarding: Here's what's happening this bank holiday weekend
Here’s a round-up of the events taking place across Ireland over the bank holiday weekend.
# June Bank Holiday
It looks like Ireland's exam weather is coming in right on time
Temperatures are predicted to reach 22 degrees by Thursday.
# junuary
12 people lamenting the arrival of Irish Summer
It’s different to regular summer. You know how.
# bank holliers
Want to head along to some live sport over the long weekend?
Whether you’re into Mini-Marathons, full Marathons or open water swimming, Ireland has just the thing over the next three days.
# grounded
Most Aer Lingus flights cancelled today as cabin crew strike
Most Aer Lingus planes are grounded as airline tries to rebook passengers.
# Slow Down Day
11 people have been killed over the June Bank Holiday in the last two years
National ‘Slow Down’ day is taking place from 7am this Friday to 7am on Saturday.
# Strike
Varadkar: 'Transport Department is no longer the downtown office for Aer Lingus'
The Minister for Transport said the airline staff and the public need to understand that they don’t control the company.
# Weather
Weatherwatch: patchy outlook for the June bank holiday weekend
Karl Mehlhorn of Irish Weather Network has some good news for the long weekend – and some bad news…
# recycle
Over 75,000 disposable BBQs will be used in 2012
Repak wants consumers to think of the ‘forgotten recyclables’ from barbecue season over the June bank holiday.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
In today’s Fix: Blatter’s back; Kenny says no plan yet on how much new property and water charges will cost; and a quiz inspired by WikiLeaks and the last Irish cabinet.