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14th July 2024 - 20th July 2024
Plenty of nods to Churchill as Keir Starmer woos European leaders at grandiose Blenheim Palace
The meeting of the European Political Community is taking place at the birthplace of Winston Churchill.
The EPC was the brainchild of France’s Emmanuel Macron and 47 leaders are in attendance.
Starmer has vowed to be a “friend and a partner” to European allies.
Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban is also in attendance after visiting Vladimir Putin in Moscow earlier this month.
Taylor Swift makes donation to Dublin charity following recent sold-out gigs
Opinion: Blaming small sections of society for anti-migrant riots avoids true accountability
Teresa Buczkowska
First Penneys store in Co Wicklow opens in Bray
Inheritance tax on family homes won't be abolished but 'will be looked' at in Budget - Tánaiste
Bus service through two Limerick City areas not likely to return in the near future, union says
Poll: Should Ireland increase its defence spending?
Young girl injured in Parnell Square attack could be 'discharged before Autumn'
US journalist appears in Russian court for second hearing on espionage charges
Motorcyclist (20s) dies in single-vehicle collision in Finglas
Gaza, defence, housing and economy: Ursula von der Leyen outlines her leadership plan to MEPs
The EU could soon have a Commissioner with direct responsibility for Housing
In the latest blow to his campaign, Joe Biden has Covid-19 and has returned to Delaware
The US president is experiencing “mild symptoms” after testing positive for Covid during a campaign trip to Las Vegas.
Seven die in French city of Nice following fire in apartment block
Aer Lingus pilots to vote on deal that would see pay rise by 17.75%
Vance vows to fight for 'forgotten' Americans in first speech as Trump's running mate
The 39-year-old addressed the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee.
Tánaiste meeting political leaders and aid bosses on two day trip to Ethiopia
Three Irish MEPs set to take up seats on European Parliament agriculture committee
Russia downs 33 Ukrainian drones overnight in occupied Crimea - defence ministry
Oxfam says Israel using water ‘as weapon of war’ after report shows Gaza supply has dropped by 94%
People who give character references for sexual offenders can now be cross-examined in court
Michael D Higgins signed the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Human Trafficking) Bill 2023 today.
EU court rules Von Der Leyen's Commission didn't give enough information about Covid contracts
Harris and Starmer toast relationship ‘reset’ over pints with UK PM Ireland visit set for Sept
Car crashes into Paris cafe terrace, killing one person and seriously injuring several others
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US declares end to problem-plagued Gaza aid pier
Money Diaries: How will you be spending this summer? Would you like to keep a diary for us?
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Paris mayor swims in the Seine to showcase improved cleanliness ahead of Olympic events
Troubles bereaved hail ‘important day’ as UK government vows to repeal Legacy Act
Sinn Féin immigration doc to call for more countries to be added to 'safe countries' list
Inland Fisheries Ireland investigating deaths of around 850 wild Atlantic salmon in Sligo river
Tánaiste focused on ‘less sexy’ all-island politics than ‘shouting from rooftops’ about Border Poll
Wicklow Garda goes on trial accused of false imprisonment and sexual assault at garda station
Andrew Scott nominated for two Emmy awards for work on Netflix series ‘Ripley’
Man in his 40s killed after being struck by stolen car in Baldoyle area of Dublin overnight
It’s believed the vehicle was stolen by a gang of car thieves operating from the west of Dublin city.
What's behind the BBC's investigation into Strictly Come Dancing?
Man who threatened to throw ammonia in female garda's face to serve full sentence
Asylum seekers attacked by gang armed with iron bars and knives in Dublin city centre