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Monday
8th April 2024
Simon Harris expected to press pause on expanding sick leave as part of business support plan
Appeal for information after man allegedly robs CeX store at gunpoint in Limerick
Irish woman Sarah McNally killed in New York was ‘shining light’, funeral told
Garda accused of dangerous driving over fatal N7 crash to face Circuit Court trial
Varadkar 'confident' Stormont can withstand shock resignation of former DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson
Man jailed for rape and sexual abuse of two girls over prolonged periods of time
'Deeply disappointing': Carlow shop gutted by fire after car crashes into it overnight
Gardaí probe Dublin assault on asylum seeker who says he and others called 'black monkeys'
Six counties placed under Status Yellow warning for rain
Germany accused of 'facilitating genocide' in Gaza in ICJ case taken by Nicaragua
Product recall on almost 15,000 soft toys from claw machines in Cork and Kerry
Man (20s) arrested in connection with fire at vacant building in Ballybrack last year
Poll: Will you try to view the solar eclipse tonight?
IAEA warns about drone attacks on Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant
Pockets of air in girl's coat kept her afloat after she was swept out to sea during Storm Kathleen
Raising threshold for higher tax rate to €50,000 'is achievable', says Varadkar
World number one Nelly Korda beats Leona Maguire in LPGA Match Play final in Las Vegas
Less than six months after his resignation, Paddy Cosgrave is back as Web Summit's CEO
West coast to have best views of partial solar eclipse in Ireland
Median asking price for homes now €340k as property prices rising at fastest pace in 18 months
Woman assaulted and house set on fire in west Dublin
Mayo hit 2-21 in Gaelic Park in US as they defeat New York in Connacht opener
Man charged and due in court over seizure of €135,000 of suspected cocaine and cannabis in Dublin
Varadkar responds to Kate O'Connell's comments wishing her the best 'in the rest of her life'
Opinion: State board members are paid so why aren't charity organisation board members?
Fiona Cormican
'Sinking feeling' among lecturers as they vote to express alarm over state of TU sector
During a union conference in Killarney, staff spoke in stark terms about the future of the nascent sector.
Sunday
7th April 2024
Asylum seekers offered temporary shelter turned away after communication errors
Some rough sleepers won’t be able to avail of three nights of shelter from the storm.
Quiz: How much do you know about billionaires?
Explainer: How to register to vote in the upcoming European and local elections
Dublin MEPs debate threat of Russian interference in EU ahead of June elections
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Money Diaries: How is your spending and saving going? Would you like to keep a diary for us?
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Munster knocked out of Champions Cup, but Ulster and Connacht through to Challenge Cup quarters
Harris shuts down speculation that he's 'too woke' to shift Fine Gael to core values
Cavan stun Monaghan in Ulster football championship, Cork and Meath open with wins
Man United dent Liverpool’s title hopes with chaotic draw at Old Trafford
Man (60s) dies after single-vehicle crash in South Dublin this morning
Power largely restored as Storm Kathleen passes over Ireland
Zelenskyy says Ukraine will lose war if US Congress withholds aid