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This week
12th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
Switzerland have won Eurovision with Ireland's Bambie Thug finishing sixth
The 68th Eurovision Song Contest concluded in Malmö after a chaotic week.
Last month
April 2024
Stardust inquests deliver verdict of unlawful killing in the case of all 48 victims
The jury yesterday said they could not reach a unanimous verdict, and had instead come to a majority decision.
Taoiseach Simon Harris receives seal of office from President Higgins
The nomination of Harris as Taoiseach passed a vote in the Dáil by 88 votes to 69.
This year
2024
Simon Harris officially declares bid to be next leader of Fine Gael
More than 30 TDs, senators and MEPs voiced their support for Harris today even before he made a formal announcement.
Family and Care referendums defeated by huge margins
Catherine Martin grilled over Siún Ní Raghallaigh's resignation at Oireachtas Media Committee
The Minister told TDs and Senators that Siún Ní Raghallaigh had “indicated she might resign” ahead of Martin’s interview on Prime Time last Thursday.
Catherine Martin says she's 'doing her best' in wake of departure of RTÉ board chair
Members of the opposition have said Catherine Martin’s position as Media Minister is untenable.
Questions remain over who at Martin's Department knew what, and when, about the exit packages
A number of Government ministers have defended Martin
The RTÉ Board has said the Department of Media was informed in October 2023 of the approval of an exit package for Richard Collins
Israel argues its defence in South Africa's Gaza genocide case at The Hague
Last year
2023
Justice Minister Helen McEntee survives confidence motion after heated debate
Northern Ireland v Republic of Ireland, Nations League
Commissioner tells TDs he cares about job 'too much' to consider resigning
Increased Garda presence in Dublin, Opposition declare no confidence in Commissioner
A five-year-old girl remains in critical condition in hospital following a stabbing yesterday.
Gardaí are out in force in the city centre following last night's unrest.
Sinn Féin expressed no confidence in the Justice Minister, but she said she will not resign.
The five-year-old girl who was injured in yesterday's stabbing incident remains in critical condition
Condemnation of Dublin riots as gardaí investigate earlier stabbing outside school
Netherlands v Ireland, Euro 2024 qualifier
70,000 left without power after Storm Debi, clean up efforts begin
50,000 Gazans flee to south of Strip as reported death toll reaches 10,500
'Dozens' killed in new strike on Gaza refugee camp as hundreds of people evacuated to Egypt
Dangerous driving conditions likely as Status Orange warning in place for Dublin and Wicklow
Israeli troops told to be ready to see Gaza territory 'from the inside'
Egypt's president agrees to open Gaza border crossing to allow in 20 humanitarian aid trucks
Hundreds feared dead in Gaza after reported airstrike on hospital
Budget 2024 confirmed tax & USC changes and a significant cigarette price hike
Gusts of up to 117km/h recorded as Storm Agnes batters Ireland
Republic of Ireland v The Netherlands, Euro 2024 qualifier
'I could be out of a job by Friday' - Tubridy and Kelly complete marathon Oireachtas day
Republic of Ireland v France, World Cup warm-up friendly
Senior RTÉ execs appear before Oireachtas Media Committee over payments controversy
RTÉ outline who had knowledge of 'secret payments' as staff protest across the country
Biden delivers homecoming speech in Ballina as Ireland trip comes to a close
Biden ends busy day, including Oireachtas address, with Dublin Castle banquet
Joe Biden meets and greets in Dundalk while reminiscing on Co Louth ancestry
All time
Varadkar says he has a ‘burning desire’ to bring hope as he's elected Taoiseach
England v France, World Cup quarter-final
Malta v Ireland, international friendly
Rishi Sunak announced as next UK Prime Minister
PM hopefuls need 100 nominations from Tory MPs to enter race to replace Truss
Truss tells MPs she's 'not a quitter' during tense Prime Minister's Questions
Review: Tears from Garth Brooks as he takes to the stage for long-awaited Croke Park gig
The world reacts as the death of Queen Elizabeth II aged 96 is announced
Boris Johnson steps down as PM but questions turn to when he'll be replaced