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18th April 2024
Child hospitalised due to pest infection in asylum seeker accommodation centre
Poll: Do you have tickets for Taylor Swift's gig this summer?
Two arrested by gardaí as part of global operation that shut down phishing platform
Taoiseach hopes to get rid of the triple lock 'in the lifetime of this government'
Participant: The studio behind films like 'Lincoln' and 'Spotlight' to close down after 20 years
Opinion: We can no longer leave children alone to face this unregulated tech world
Dr Catherine Conlon
'Unlikely' law allowing nightclubs open later will be ready by summer, says Taoiseach
Sydney shopping centre reopens after stabbings
Harris says moment of recognising the state of Palestine is 'very close'
'Human-induced' climate change behind deadly Sahel heatwave, study finds
Brazilian student assaulted in Limerick after being asked 'where are you from?'
At least 18 killed in Russian missile strike on Ukraine
Number of taxis licence have fallen in 23 out of 26 counties since 2019
Jury's verdict in Stardust inquests will be announced today at 2pm
Campaign across EU as Irish diplomats and defence figures canvass for top military role
Defence Forces Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Sean Clancy is in the running to take over the EU’s top military job.
17th April 2024
Dr Fauci in Dublin: I'm concerned false info online could lead to further rise in measles cases
Dr Fauci said that he has been ‘extensively’ threatened by anti-vaxxers, but that doctors can’t be afraid to give out factual advice.
Manchester City's Champions League defence ends in penalties defeat to Real Madrid
Netanyahu says Israel ‘will make our decisions ourselves’ as UK and German ministers visit Tel Aviv
Tesla asks shareholders to back $56 billion pay deal for Elon Musk rejected by judge
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
Justice Minister 'not in a position' to attend garda group annual conference next week
Sparks fly in Dáil as Mary Lou McDonald raises hospital cancellations with Taoiseach
Martin says 'legitimate' concerns have been raised about proposed hate speech legislation
Harris says Ukrainians leaving state accommodation will free up space for other asylum seekers
Jury in trial of man accused of murder come back to judge with questions
UK's youth smoking ban plans would likely be enforced in NI (even if the DUP is against it)
The DUP’s seven MPs all voted against the Tobacco and Vapes Bill in the House of Commons.
Unions call for commitment to long-term future as Tara Mines to reopen after nine months
High Court approves order for CAB to confiscate three homes from major Dublin drug dealer
Magnum Almond 3-packs recalled over possible presence of plastic and metal pieces
What happened at the 'banned' National Conservatism Conference? The Journal went along to find out
The conference, which would have largely gone unnoticed if it hadn’t been banned, hit the headlines yesterday.
FAI managerial search 'a bit of a shambles' - James McClean
Irish people describe 'chaos' at Dubai Airport after 'catastrophic' flooding in the city
O'Neill 'sorry for every loss of life' in Troubles, says Kingsmill families deserve justice
Dublin city councillors push to have an inner city road closed to the public
Two men arrested in North Dublin over theft incidents, including multiple burglaries
Property prices continue to grow and the rate of increase is getting faster
Jury in Stardust inquests has reached a verdict which will be announced tomorrow at 2pm
The jury were told to assemble at 11am tomorrow morning in the Pillar Room of the Rotunda Hospital.
Alleged brothel keeper faces 109 charges, awaits evidence