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# timeline

Yesterday
2nd February 2023
# Omagh Bombing
Timeline: The long campaign for justice for families of the 1998 Omagh bomb victims
Today, NI Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris said he intends to establish an independent statutory inquiry into the bombing.
Last week
22nd January 2023 - 28th January 2023
# timeline
Explained: What you need to know about failed election declarations from Paschal Donohoe and SF
Fine Gael and Sinn Féin have consistently sniped one another over their failure to properly declare donations and expenses.
Last year
2022
# tracker mortgages
Timeline: How the tracker mortgage scandal unfolded in Ireland
Bank of Ireland has been fined €100,520,000 by the Central Bank for its role in the controversy.
# timeline
From resignations to Russian revelations - the timeline of a sorry 24 hours for Boris Johnson
The UK Prime Minister has been dealt the biggest blow of his premiership in the last 24 hours.
# timeline
Timeline: What has happened in the first week of the Russian invasion of Ukraine?
The invasion of Ukraine, which began on 24 February, has completely changed European and world politics.
# Ukraine
Timeline: Months of tension ahead of Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Here are some of the crucial moments from the last few months ahead of today’s invasion.
# ukraine crisis
Timeline: Russia's tense stand-off with Ukraine
Here are some pivotal moments over the past few months that got us to this point.
# timeline
Bloody Sunday: How day of violence unfolded
Two policemen had been murdered in the city three days before soldiers opened fire on civil rights demonstrators.
# Djokovic
Timeline: How the Novak Djokovic Australia controversy unfolded over the past week
The world tennis number one is to be released from detention after winning his court battle.
All time
# what to do next
Leaving Cert: Here's when all the CAO offers will be released – and when they must be accepted
Round one offers will be released next Tuesday.
# Controversy
The Zappone Saga: How the controversy played out in the past week, and why she had to quit
It started with one tweet a week ago – and ended with an extraordinary intervention by the Attorney General.
The saga began with a tweet last Tuesday and ended with Zappone's resignation
After a week of controversy, Zappone declined the role following news of a hotel gathering.
The outdoor party has drawn comparisons with last year's 'Golfgate' scandal, writes Céimin Burke.
In wake of Zappone hotel controversy, Government says outdoor events of up to 200 can take place
# Northern Ireland
From the ousting of Arlene, to Poots getting the boot - here's the timeline of events
It’s been a hell of a few weeks in Northern Ireland politics. Here’s a quick catch-up.
# timeline
How events unfolded in Ballymurphy in August 1971
Ten people were fatally wounded in gunfire involving the British army in west Belfast over three days in August 1971.
# timeline
Boris Johnson says he doesn't see an Irish border poll happening for 'a very, very long time'
The UK Prime Minister was speaking on a new BBC programme about the centenary of Northern Ireland.
# timeline
The CervicalCheck controversy: How a vital cancer screening service is fighting to regain the trust of women
Cervical screening is a vitally important service for women in Ireland. But it’s been marred by flawed policies and deep mistrust.
The powerful, brave women who pushed for a higher standard of cervical screening programme
A look at the reports that examined the CervicalCheck programme, and found it clinically sound
Where are we now with the issue of liability, the court cases, and the screening programme itself?
CervicalCheck: How does Ireland's cervical smear screening programme work?
A woman with the strength of the sea: The Kerry Gaeltacht says goodbye to Emma Mhic Mhathúna
# article 16
Timeline: How the EU provoked anger in Ireland and the UK with plans for a hard border for vaccines
The proposal caused outcry on both sides of the Irish Sea.
# strange happenings
Timeline: The appearances and disappearances of the mysterious monoliths around the world
A number of these tall, shiny, metal structures have popped up in various countries in recent weeks.
# anatomy of a scandal
Timeline: GP contract negotiations, the draft deal and Leo Varadkar's actions
What happened with the draft deal in the spring of 2019?
# timeline
'A young woman disappeared without a trace': What happened to Jo Jo Dullard?
Gardaí today confirmed they have upgraded their investigation into the disappearance of Josephine ‘Jo Jo’ Dullard to a murder inquiry.
# 21 days later
Timeline: How Phil Hogan spent his time in Ireland and where he travelled to
The EU Commissioner has issued a statement about his movements during his time in Ireland.
# another 72 hours
Timeline: Here's how Phil Hogan's statements about the Golfgate dinner have changed in the past three days
More information about Hogan’s movements has emerged over the weekend.
# choices
Health Minister says random testing at airports is to be introduced
Stephen Donnelly refused to be drawn on the impending decision on whether to allow pubs to reopen.
# Coronavirus
Timeline: The key dates in Ireland's initial response to the global Covid-19 pandemic
We take a look at the events leading up to the decision to bring in Ireland’s first major coronavirus measures.
# widespread protest
Timeline: How the death of George Floyd led to violent protests and a Trump threat to deploy the military
Here’s how events have escalated in the last eight days.
# the roadmap
Bertie Ahern on lifting lockdown: 'You will not carry the public if we drift into August'
The former taoiseach has outlined his thoughts on the government’s roadmap.
# Time's up
The downfall of Harvey Weinstein: a timeline
Here’s how things played out for the movie mogul since allegations against him arose.
# paul quinn
The 2007 killing of Paul Quinn: A timeline of the investigation and the political fallout
Today, Sinn Féin’s Conor Murphy apologised to Paul Quinn’s family for comments he made in 2007.
# budget 2020
Budget 2020: What measures take effect from today and what comes into effect next year?
A carbon tax hike and levy on cigarettes kicks in today while other measures kick in next year.
# how we got here
Timeline: How a phone call by Donald Trump turned into an impeachment inquiry
The impeachment story is complex and fast moving. We’ve broken down the key events.
# Missing
The disappearance of Nóra Quoirin: A timeline
Nóra Quoirin has been missing since Sunday.
# 2012-2019
National Broadband Plan: Ballooning costs, secret dinners and four ministers later, a timeline since 2012
The government has finally approved the National Broadband Plan.
# timeline
Finance Minister accused of being 'kept in the dark' over children's hospital overspend ahead of Budget
Paschal Donohoe admitted it would have been ‘helpful’ to have been informed of the cost overruns as it developed.
# timeline
The row over spiralling costs at National Children's Hospital is set to intensify this week
The hospital will cost €1.4 billion – that’s €450 million higher than the figure of €983 million approved by government in 2017.
Voices
Timeline: The Public Services Card saga
Last week the Data Protection Commissioner said it will not publish its report in full, following an investigation into the rollout of the cards – which experts claim breaches data protection laws.
# Centenary
On this day 100 years ago, Irish women got the vote
We take a look at the important moments leading up to the momentous event.
# Brexit Explained
Here's all you need to know about Brexit, and why it's important
Forget the summits, political statements, and promises – here’s what we actually know about Brexit.
# Yes or No
The country has voted in the Eighth Amendment referendum - Here's what to expect from the day
With all the votes cast, all that’s left is to count them.
# Eighth Amendment
Pregnancy timeline: When does the heart, brain, and face form?
We don’t know where life begins – but here’s what we do know about what develops when during a pregnancy.
# Centenary
On this day 100 years ago, Irish women got the vote
We take a look at the important moments leading up to the momentous event.
# Hollywood
The Harvey Weinstein controversy: A timeline of the powerful producer's rapid downfall
Last Thursday, The New York Times published an investigation into years’ worth of assault allegations.