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Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
Harvey Weinstein to face retrial in November and further sexual assault charges
Holly Cairns: When it comes to abuse of women, we keep saying 'never again', then nothing
Holly Cairns
SDLP's Colum Eastwood affirms his allegiance to King 'under protest' as MPs sworn in
Road death toll for 2024 reaches 100 as recommendations on future of RSA due in coming weeks
Court of Appeal hears claims garda not 'given adequate reasons' for his suspension from duty
Former AA mechanic filmed by employer while on sick leave awarded damages of €5,500
Irish woman in Dubai 'victim of domestic violence and charged with attempted suicide', Dáil hears
GSOC investigating collision between car and lorry in Co Cork last week
WATCH: Michael Healy-Rae rails against social media companies with passionate speech in Dáil
Former All-Ireland hurler with Clare charged with assault of a 12-year-old boy
Dealz ordered to pay €7,000 to a blind Paralympian whose guide dog was refused entry
Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board CFO departs job year on from 'grave concern' revelation
Ireland rugby U20s qualify for World Championship semi-finals after final pool game cancelled
Bumper budget package of €8.3bn to be made available, with health service to get additional €1.5bn
Warnings have been issued to government about the serious consequences of spending too much public money.
'Lessons to be learned from France': PBP renews calls for left alliance ahead of general election
European Space Agency rocket launch to be livestreamed thanks to Irish-designed video system
Dublin 4 crèche issued closure order over 'heavy and widespread' rodent infestation
Poll: Would you switch to a 'dumbphone'?
Motion on removing prayers and crucifix from Council meetings ‘referred to committee without debate’
UN 'appalled' by Israel's evacuation orders in Gaza as thousands of civilians flee
Hamas has warned that an escalation on the ground could threaten truce talks, with mediators Egypt and Qatar due to host new meetings this week.
Status Yellow rain warnings in place for 18 counties
Gardaí freeze over €500k worth of cryptocurrency in investigation into Galway gang
Criminal barristers withdrawing services today in pay dispute, with further action planned
Starmer heading to Nato summit in Washington as Biden seeks to prove he is fit for re-election
Ireland's greenhouse gases fell to their lowest level since 1990 last year
The EPA has stressed that Ireland is still falling far short of the change needed to meet EU and self-imposed targets.
FG selects Jennifer Carroll MacNeill and Barry Ward to contest Dún Laoghaire constituency
Russian bombardment on Kyiv children's hospital kills 33 people
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Ossian Smyth pulls out of race to be Green Party deputy leader, saying it should be a woman
Investigation underway after racist graffiti painted on five properties in Co Antrim
22-year-old 'tormented' vulnerable man (65) before stabbing him to death in own home
Aer Lingus accepts Labour Court 17.75% pay increase recommendation for pilots, IALPA to consider
UL professor and The Currency writer Stephen Kinsella set to become economics adviser to Taoiseach
Boeing to avoid criminal trial after deal over two crashes, one of which killed Irish aid worker
State loses High Court action to block Senator's case over 'secret RAF air policing deal'
Teenage boy admits to murder of Lorna Woodnutt in Co Offaly
Biden tells Democrats to back his candidacy or challenge him at party's convention next month