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Dublin: 6 °C Monday 24 April, 2017

Thursday 13 April, 2017

Poll: Are you happy to wear fake fur? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you happy to wear fake fur?

Your daily bite-sized ballot break.

Saturday 4 March, 2017

These were the 796 children who died at Tuam Mother and Baby Home RIP

These were the 796 children who died at Tuam Mother and Baby Home

Historian Catherine Corless has shared her painstaking records of every single child whose death was registered to the home.

Friday 3 March, 2017

iTunes visionary praises Irish pledge to give all children access to arts and coding

Project to roll out free tuition in arts, drama, music and coding is attracting international attention.

Saturday 11 February, 2017

Fianna Fáil has an ELEVEN point lead over Fine Gael in opinion poll

The gap in the Sunday Times-commissioned poll is the widest between the two parties in six years of B&A surveys.

Monday 9 January, 2017

Ireland's man of the century, TK Whitaker, dies aged 100

The humble civil servant created the blueprint for modern Ireland with his economic policies.

Tuesday 3 January, 2017

One city has seen a huge hike in house prices - and it isn't Dublin

The big issue at the end of 2016? Housing stock at a ten-year low.

Thursday 22 December, 2016

Poll: Does Santa wrap presents in your house? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Does Santa wrap presents in your house?

He seems to go along with each family’s traditions but what was yours?

Tuesday 20 December, 2016

Come join on a Google News Lab Fellowship

We have an exciting opportunity coming up for bright new talent.

Friday 16 December, 2016

Limerick shows Michael Noonan how much his hometown loves him

“I appreciate it very much,” said the Finance Minister.

Monday 12 December, 2016

Clerys building to come to life with extra floor and glass atrium

Planning permission has been granted by Dublin City Council.

Thursday 1 December, 2016

This heartbreaking video should stop drink drivers in their tracks this Christmas

The parents of Ciarán Treacy remember the worst day of their lives – as do all who attended the four-year-old’s tiny body.

Saturday 19 November, 2016

Could you give up all online contact for 24 hours? Press Pause This post contains a poll

Could you give up all online contact for 24 hours?

It’s one of the less traditional suggestions for this year’s Concern Fast – along with dropping ‘vocalised pauses’.

Sunday 13 November, 2016

Quarter of Irish adults plan to go to Northern Ireland or UK for Christmas shopping

Survey shows consumers planning to take advantage of fluctuations in sterling against the euro.

Thursday 3 November, 2016

Major megalithic art find at Hellfire Club passage tomb Exclusive

The motifs are similar to those found at the major passage tombs in the country, such as Newgrange.

Monday 31 October, 2016

Five thousand years of death: The secrets uncovered at Hellfire Club site was invited to explore the first archaeological dig into a passage tomb on Montpelier Hill. How could we resist?

Tuesday 11 October, 2016

Have your say: to host Minister Coveney and Zappone in Facebook Live

Have your say: to host Minister Coveney and Zappone in Facebook Live

We’ll be live at 7pm tomorrow so get your questions on housing and children in now.

Monday 18 July, 2016

The Getting Ready to Go OUT Out Playlist

Get your fleek on.

Friday 15 July, 2016

"Monstrosity": Horror moment when truck ploughs through crowd in Nice

France is in mourning after the attack left 84 people dead and 202 people injured – many of them seriously.

Saturday 25 June, 2016

"A vote for selfishness": The battle of millennials and Brexit-voting boomers

As the dust settles on the UK decision to exit the EU, younger people fear their fate has been sealed by their elders.

Friday 24 June, 2016

Irish prisons need to have a better plan for released inmates

A new prisons report is concerned with homelessness and re-offending among new releases.

Friday 20 May, 2016

Man who had stroke while driving through Port Tunnel saved by new clinical trial

Paul Lambe benefited from a rollout of new Irish research that is tackling cancer, strokes and health crises.

Wednesday 11 May, 2016

Fair play? New programme for government is promising equality for all

The ‘partnership’ government has just published its plan of action. It might mention the word ‘fair’ a lot.

Monday 25 April, 2016

DoneDeal of the week: Check out these roomy beauties for added extras

Comfort, cabin space and a host of add-ons in this 2014 Ford Focus Zetec and 2013 Hyundai ix35.

Saturday 9 April, 2016

How heartbreak inspired Annabel Karmel to write the baby food 'bible'

‘I felt very vulnerable, having lost a child, with a child who then wouldn’t eat.’

Wednesday 30 March, 2016

Journal Media launches brand new business site

Fora will help SMEs and startups access information, support and quality journalism.

Sunday 27 March, 2016

Voices of 1916: ‘Con was in love with Lucy – and would have married her if he had lived’

Elizabeth Colbert had not known how deeply involved her brother Con was with the rebels ahead of the Rising – but she knew that he harboured a secret love.

Friday 25 March, 2016

Voices of 1916: ‘I knew it meant war – but I was honoured to print the Proclamation’

Printer Christopher Brady was called to Liberty Hall on Easter Sunday 1916 for a special job – he was stunned to read the text of the Proclamation calling for a Republic.

Thursday 24 March, 2016

Voices of 1916: ‘John Healy, 14, a schoolboy, had his brain hanging all over his forehead’

A nurse tending the wounded and dying of Easter 1916 at the Mater hospital recalls the shocking sights that would stay with her for the rest of her life.

Wednesday 23 March, 2016

Voices of 1916: ‘Crying, terrified children came to us for shelter’

Fr Aloysius Travers was at lunch when he heard the first shots of the Rising. By the end, he was accompanying Volunteer leaders to their execution.

Dublin photographer captures Belgian grief in one moving portrait

Cameraman Alex Sapienza took this shot after a long day of filming in Brussels.

Tuesday 8 March, 2016

Press Council looking for a new chairperson – no media figures may apply

The journalism standards body also has openings for two council members who must also be from outside the industry.

Sunday 28 February, 2016

Green Party back as Eamon Ryan joins his deputy in Dáil

“I think we are the first party to lose all its seats… and to come back.”

Two Healy-Rae brothers elected to the Dáil

Michael is bringing brother Danny from the Kingdom to Leinster House.

15 pictures that got us through election count day

Bustle and boredom. agony and ecstasy.

Saturday 27 February, 2016

Re-elected Enda Kenny: “Democracy is always exciting – but merciless”

Kenny admits FG-Lab coalition is out but won’t be pressed on linking with Fianna Fáil.

Tuesday 2 June, 2015

Here is the article that Denis O’Brien’s lawyers didn’t want you to see last Thursday

On foot of clarification in the High Court today, republishes the article we first posted last week relaying Catherine Murphy’s Dáil comments.

Saturday 23 May, 2015

Journalists warned that reporting suicide details can lead to ‘copycat’ deaths

The Press Council of Ireland announce new code of practice relating to “excessive detail of the means of suicide”.

Thursday 26 March, 2015

The 5 at 5: Thursday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

Tuesday 17 March, 2015

Thank you, ISS astronaut, for the greenest pic of Ireland today

We’re one beautiful country when seen from space.

This is still the best telling ever by kids of the St Patrick story

It’s 13 years since Brown Bag animated a 1960s tape of Dublin children telling saints’ stories – but it never grows old.

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