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Taoiseach expects Oireachtas committee on drug use to be up and running no later than April
Money Diaries: How is your spending and saving going? Would you like to keep a diary for us?
Fianna Fáil launches its Yes Yes referendum campaign today as Martin makes jibe at Fine Gael MEP
Gardaí carrying out searches at a park in Dublin for Icelandic man Jon Jonsson
Bereaved man pleads guilty to drink driving causing the death of funeral mourner in Co Cork
FactCheck: Are there only 16,000 'natural' Irish speakers?
Varadkar says he is abused on the street about Gaza, as Tánaiste says sanctions not ruled out
Varadkar said Israel has become “blinded by rage” and is not even listening to the advice of its close ally the United States anymore.
Taoiseach says he has been "shouted at and abused" by the public over the government's response to Gaza
Tánaiste says Ireland could impose travel ban on West Bank settlers even if EU does not make collective decision
UNRWA chief will meet with Micheál Martin in Dublin this week
Closure of M&S in Drogheda 'major blow' for town as Dublin store also axed
Aircraft leasing executive claims €200k bonus withheld from him in working from home row with employer
Irish language activists and politicians protest at the Dáil over 'Gaeltacht housing crisis'
AI algorithms pushing content 'romanticising' suicide to children, Oireachtas Committee hears
Car stolen after two people, armed with knife, enter Co Mayo home and threaten man
Ryanair has cancelled all flights to and from Israel citing increased airport costs at Tel Aviv
Musician Donovan fined €500 and disqualified from driving for two years for dangerous driving
Can't keep up with the Fine Gael TD departures? Here's a round up of who is standing down
Ivan Yates doubles down on his comments about the Irish language
Plans to extend child benefit to over-18s still in education brought forward to May
Government approves additional €500 million for Children's Hospital, pushing costs over €2 billion
The new funding brings the previous budget of €1.73 billion – which was already well above initial spending forecasts – to €2.24 billion.
Linda Coogan Byrne: Why is Irish radio afraid to play Bambie Thug?
Director of Public Prosecutions directs Richard Satchwell be sent forward for murder trial
HSE tells Assisted Dying Committee there are already 'significant' supports for 'dying in a dignified way'
Rodent droppings and no hand washing: Three food business closure orders served in January
Gardaí begin questioning woman in connection with death of Matthew Healy
As Israel defies US to attack Rafah, where 1.4m people are trapped, what's the world's next move?
RTÉ confirms [previously redacted] names of 20 people interviewed for Toy Show musical report
The original Grant Thornton report, which was published last month, anonymised those who were interviewed.
Poll: Do you prefer American-style pancakes or crepes?
UAE, Azerbaijan and Brazil form 'troika' to push for global action on global warming
Pancake Tuesday: Some tasty twists on the old favourite recipes
One person killed, five injured in subway station shooting in New York
UK Labour withdraws support for by-election candidate after comments critical of Israel
Armenia says 2 killed in border flare-up with Azerbaijan
Planning: 'Proposed law designed to scare local groups off potential challenges'
Are you a carer? We want to hear your thoughts on the upcoming care referendum
Irish public support Ukraine joining the EU, but don't want to see membership fast-tracked
Polling also found a fifth of the public believe the EU’s response to the war in Ukraine to be “very bad”.
The Journal/Ireland Thinks poll found 72% of Irish citizens support Ukraine joining the EU.
The same poll found that 39% of Ireland are not in favour of Ukraine getting its application to join fast tracked.
This comes as accession talks began in December and additional war-time relief funding was just approved.
Asylum-seeker support workers expected to act as interpreters without specialist training
Experts concerned that ‘cultural mediators’ being asked to provide “interpretation services” beyond their required skill set.
Cultural mediators were introduced to speed up the asylum application process
Advocates say the lack of clarity around role risks harming asylum seekers
UN body who trains them says mediators "not legally accountable" for applications
Tom Clonan: Israel has pursued the relentless massacre of innocent Palestinians in Gaza
Fine Gael TD Paul Kehoe will not contest his seat in the next general election