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Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Arab League calls for UN peacekeeping force in Palestine as Abbas throws barb at Hamas
'Failed approach': Biden proposes reclassifying marijuana as less dangerous drug
Man who secretly filmed lodger in shower and harassed her given suspended sentence
Suspect charged as Slovakia's PM Robert Fico now speaking but still in serious condition
Limerick coroner to warn HSE about dangers of cannabis sweets after woman dies in balcony fall
White House blocks release of audio from Biden's interviews about handling classified documents
Father tells manslaughter sentencing hearing that son lasted 29 minutes after life support turned off
Woman (50s) dies following three-car collision in Co Mayo
Tánaiste on the Portal: 'Would we say some fella let the class down when we're roaring laughing?'
'Work underway' as goverment moves to use Thornton Hall site for asylum seeker accommodation
Threats to election candidates from minority backgrounds 'dangerously off the wall', Tánaiste says
Status Yellow thunderstorm warning in place for most of the country
Ireland not being in NATO will be 'a positive' in heading up EU military committee, Sean Clancy says
This is NOT a photo of Paschal Donohoe skydiving
Woman (74) jailed for making six false personal injury claims worth over €28,000
Liam Neeson among stars calling for an end to Kevin Spacey's 'seven years of exile'
'Israel must be stopped': South Africa urges UN court to order military withdrawal from Gaza
High Court declares Laois couple are the owners of a disputed garage used to house exotic pets
Conor McGregor accused of 'playing ducks and drakes' with High Court over assault claim
'Who told them to do it?': Dublin Monaghan bomb attack families fight for answers 50 years on
“The British government want to hide the information from us and other victims as they don’t want to admit they took part in bombings and shootings in Northern Ireland and in Dublin,” the relative of a victim said.
Ex-carer who allegedly rammed a Garda car is further charged with endangerment of life
Probe into Facebook and Instagram launched over possible online 'rabbit holes' affecting minors
The interior of shuttered Kennedy's of Mount Merrion is all being put up for sale
Before its closure, Kennedy’s, previously Kiely’s, was a traditional suburban pub in Mount Merrion.
Murder investigation underway after 34-year-old woman found dead in Belfast
Oliver Callan loses 13,000 listeners in latest radio figures, while Morning Ireland down 17,000
Tánaiste accuses Sinn Féin of 'Jekyll and Hyde' approach to housing during heated Dáil exchange
Pedestrian injured in Donegal hit-and-run dies in hospital as man appears in court
Taoiseach Simon Harris says he won’t 'allow' attacks on politicians to change his behaviour
Stephen Kenny returns to League of Ireland as new St Patrick's Athletic manager
Fine Gael feeling 'confident' as they jump and Sinn Féin slump in latest Irish Times poll
EPA updates list of good and bad bathing sites as wet weather puts pressure on beaches
Poll: Are you going to one of Bruce Springsteen's gigs?
Man (20s) seriously injured after collision between e-scooter and car on Dublin's quays
Diageo to invest €100m in St James’s Gate as part of net zero carbon plans for Guinness brewery
Over 30,000 people in Ireland affected by hidden homelessness
Israel army says five soldiers killed in north Gaza in friendly fire
European Elections: Will young people get out and vote?
Leon Diop