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Last week
7th April 2024 - 13th April 2024
Driver in his 20s killed after crash between car and lorry on N25 near Midleton
Israel criticises Harris for not mentioning hostages during his inaugural Dáil speech
Gaeltacht junior ministry given to Fianna Fáil amid claims offer made to outgoing Fine Gael TD
Vietnamese property tycoon sentenced to death in historic corruption case
Storms delay start of the Masters with McIlroy and Lowry now due out tonight Irish time
Ryan Tubridy is starting a new podcast and it's all very Ryan Tubridy
Poll: Have you driven along the Wild Atlantic Way?
UK police to reinvestigate decision to charge late Love Island presenter Caroline Flack
University Hospital Galway makes recommended changes after increase in baby head injuries
Russia fires 40 missiles, 40 drones at Ukraine overnight
McEntee defends hate speech bill saying opinions are not going to be criminalised
Area where sinkhole was found in Sandymount is 'safe' again, says Council
Wild Atlantic Way worth €3 billion per year to the Irish economy, Fáilte Ireland says
Iran 'threatening to launch significant attack on Israel', says Biden
Barcelona edge PSG and Atleti beat Dortmund in night of Champions League goals
Japanese astronaut to be first non-American to set foot on Moon
Pakistan truck crash kills 17 pilgrims en route to prayer site, injures 41
Simon Harris to meet Ursula von der Leyen today with Palestine 'high on the agenda'
Simon Harris's leadership makes 15% of voters less likely to vote for Fine Gael - poll
The results do not bode well for Taoiseach Simon Harris in his first week in office.
The biggest loss of support was visible among the 18-34-year-old age group.
Today's The Journal/Ireland Thinks poll also took a look at the popularity of the parties and asked voters which election is more important to them - the EU elections or the local elections.
This latest poll also shows a slide in support for Sinn Féin, with the party down to 23% from 26% in February.
Five people arrested after at least three people shot at Eid al-Fitr event in Philadelphia
Nursing home operator ordered to pay worker €30k after she was cornered by patient touching himself
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
Man allegedly sent texts admitting he left scene of crash which killed Paudie Palmer, court hears
Mayo TD Michael Ring says he refused junior minister offers from Simon Harris
Hamas chief says three of his sons and several grandchildren killed by Israeli strike in Gaza
MEPs vote in favour of EU Migration Pact to overhaul rules on asylum seekers and migrants
The new Migration and Asylum Pact is a package of 10 laws drawn up after years of negotiations that aim to get EU countries to act together on migration.
Dublin City Council investigating reports of sinkhole in Sandymount
Vera Pauw 'destroyed' by Ireland player's criticism, and 'disappointed' by successor's reaction
Seven additional charges for man charged over fatal hit and run of student Joe Drennan
Munster abuse trial: Two men jailed for rape and abuse of child relatives await decision on appeal
Dublin Marathon to start and end in city centre despite request from NTA to move location
RTÉ employees urged not to accept gifts worth over €100, told to declare all freebies
Taoiseach accused of being 'no-show' in Dáil as Harris unavailable due to Sunak and Zelensky phone calls
‘Sign of the times’: Two dioceses in the West to lose Bishops as part of Church restructuring
Explainer: What's in the UK's Cass Review and what does it mean for trans healthcare?
Trans young people in Ireland “currently do not have access to any form of gender identity-related healthcare”, Trans Equality Together said.
Jury at Stardust inquest seek further legal guidance on sixth day of deliberations
Pregnant British woman jailed for transporting €450,000 of cannabis into Ireland
Rat droppings and ‘encrusted food debris': Nine food businesses got closure notices in March