Irish - Yesterday’s News
Young graduate Oisin Gregorian is making a video diary of his experience of leaving Ireland for Spain.
Also, the latest on Sean O’Brien’s injury, Paul McGinley suggests his Ryder Cup involvement is at an end and much more.
The INMO said today that the Major Emergency Plan should have been implemented at the hospital today, with 47 people on trolleys in the Emergency Department this morning.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said he invited people to Boston during his trip here.
President Higgins follows in Bill Clinton and Terry Wogan’s footsteps and gets freedom of his birthplace
President Higgins was born in Limerick on 18 April 1941.
TheScore.ie’s resident hurling columnist gives his view on another All-Ireland triumph for the black and amber.
The Dublin defender was stabbed on Dorset Street in Dublin.
Read Thomas and Helen’s story here.
The centre will recreate real life clinical scenarios using simulation models.
A young girl was killed in a farming accident over the weekend.
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Let TheJournal.ie distract you from the ‘serious’ news with one of life’s REAL dilemmas. (*not really)
How many people are sleeping rough in Wexford? Or how many are in emergency accommodation in Tipperary?
Meanwhile, Brendan Howlin will be bringing a memorandum to Government on this issue.
The Department of Finance says that Apple has been “taxed fully” in Ireland.
A briefcase was also stolen during the burglary, but the Department of Communications has said it didn’t contain any sensitive documents.
A new charter for employers has been launched by the Tánaiste Joan Burton today.
Nine out of ten Irish adults still watch shows on their TV with live coverage being the most popular reason.
Does your doctor have medical indemnity insurance?
A 29-year-old from Leeds handed himself in last night.
The Irish mammy is having a moment.
Our journalists travelled around the country and asked homeless people to answer some questions. The results were unexpected.
If we want to address complex social issues like addiction and homelessness, we need the activity of frontline services to match the vision of high level policy.
A verdict is expected from the jury later today.
The imposing South African wing looked sharp with ball in hand against the Ospreys.
We visit Cork Simon’s emergency shelter to find out about life inside there.
There is no specific law prohibiting undercover recording for voyeuristic purposes.
The budget chain is opening another 10 stores as part of its aggressive expansion plans.
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation has called on the HSE to immediately recruit more staff at MRHM.
The controversy over Fine Gael’s pick for the vacant Seanad seat is rumbling on.
The winner came from the Centra store in Ballybrack.
Today is the start of TheJournal.ie series on homelessness.
The company’s CEO is headed home less that two weeks after plans to go public (again) are put off.
“I got a couple of elbows fairly forcibly – about four I think into the back and I was pulled back by another Fine Gael person who I don’t know.”
A quarter of SMEs are waiting more than 3 months to get paid and the problem is costing jobs, ISME says.
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…