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Last week
16th June 2024 - 22nd June 2024
Man hospitalised after being attacked by a dog on the restricted breed list in Co Donegal
RSA survey finds that seatbelt use by drivers and front-seat passengers declined last year
Nature Restoration Law to be officially adopted as EU member states give green light
The Nature Restoration Law seeks to restore at least 20% of the EU’s land and sea areas by 2030 and all ecosystems by 2050
Aer Lingus pilots conclude voting in re-run of ballot on industrial action
Poll: Do you like the new tethered bottle caps?
Motorcyclist dies following collision in Roslea, close to Fermanagh-Monaghan border
Benjamin Netanyahu has dissolved Israel's war cabinet
Mayo to face Derry in pick of All-Ireland Football Championship preliminary quarter-final pairings
Taoiseach Simon Harris to visit Brussels as EU leaders meet informally to discuss top jobs
Wall Street Journal reporter to go on trial in Russia on espionage charges on 26 June
Nuclear-armed countries hike spending on arsenals by one-third in last five years
Digital News Report: A disconnect exists between mainstream Irish media content and the public
Dr Dawn Wheatley
‘First of its kind’ procurement arrangement allows public bodies to buy remanufactured laptops
The Journal remains one of the country's most popular sources of online news
More major heartbreak for Rory McIlroy as Bryson DeChambeau wins US Open
'It's very rewarding for everybody': The volunteer group helping asylum seekers learn English
Cross-Cultural Conversations hold classes to teach English and about Ireland, as well as social events in the city.
Bellingham goal helps lacklustre England to win over Serbia
Quiz: How much do you know about James Joyce?
Dundrum's Taney Church rings original bells referenced in James Joyce's Ulysses to celebrate Bloomsday
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Money Diaries: A locum GP living in Cavan and working in temporary roles reader
Mbappe warns French politics faces 'crucial moment' with 'extremists very close to power'
Gardaí charge 14 people in connection with drugs and money laundering investigation
Dublin's stoppage-time drama forces Mayo into preliminary quarter-final
Nina Carberry 'horrified' by abattoir abuses, says she never sent horses to Shannonside Foods
England fans reportedly injured during violent scenes ahead of Serbia clash
President says libraries are facing 'censorship' due to 'intimidation by far-right groups'
Summit calls for the 'territorial integrity' of Ukraine to be the basis of any peace agreement
Man wielding pickaxe shot by police in Hamburg hours before city hosts Euros match
‘It’s important to talk’: Holly Cairns speaks about going through two miscarriages before pregnancy
Taoiseach calls on leaders to 'shout' about war crimes against Ukrainian children abducted into Russia
Prison guards taken hostage by Islamic State in Russian jail freed unharmed, authorities say
Poll: Will you be supporting 'Anyone But England' during Euro 2024?
Horse abattoir at centre of welfare abuses investigation shut down by Agriculture Minister
Sitdown Sunday: A year after the Titan sub disaster, leaked details show the failings that caused it
EU elections: 'We are hurtling towards climate disaster, but leadership is now entirely absent'
Sadhbh O' Neill
At least nine injured in water park shooting in Michigan, including eight-year-old child
Rory McIlroy in share for second at US Open, with Bryson DeChambeau holding a three-shot lead