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Saturday 22 June 2024 Dublin: 14°C
Teen boy arrested following assault in County Cork, gardaí appealing for witnesses
Surrealing in the Years: Eamon Ryan gave us climate targets we'll never meet, and memories
Carl Kinsella
Ukraine says Russia launched 'massive' overnight attack on country's energy infrastructure
Protests planned in solidarity with Natasha O'Brien, after her attacker got suspended sentence
Government to sign off on Ireland's new EU commissioner with McGrath tipped for top job
Dublin gardaí shake it off as Taylor Swift gigs declared an 'extraordinary event'
'Held down, lied to, and told to be quiet': Readers' stories of giving birth in Irish hospitals
Alleged medical negligence, understaffing and a lack of empathy were recurring themes in the stories shared.
Giddy Up! Take the grand tour of this equestrian estate in north Cork – yours for €4,500,000
21st June 2024
Convicted Rust armourer denied immunity to testify in Alec Baldwin trial
Local councils across the country elect new mayors and cathaoirligh
Netherlands and France on the verge of qualification after Euro 2024 stalemate
At least 25 killed in Israeli strikes on tents for displaced people near Rafah
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Soldier who attacked woman has been formally told he likely faces dismissal from the military
Cathal Crotty, an army Private, was brought before a senior officer today and told that the military were making preparations to deal with him.
Kilkenny man who stole car with vulnerable young person inside was on drugs when he crashed
This Dublin venue has been voted Ireland's favourite new building of 2024
'Unbearable': Heatwaves and wildfires continue to claim lives across southern Europe
Three-goal Austria ease past Poland to close in on last 16
Donegal fishermen rescued after boat sinks near Rockall Bank
Planning permission for digital signage at Dublin's Ambassador Theatre refused
Court of Appeal refers case of alleged marriage of convenience to top EU court
Aer Lingus cancels 124 flights affecting 20,000 customers as pilots announce full strike next weekend
It plans to cancel between 10% and 20% of its flights on the first five days of the industrial action.
Man (30s) charged in relation to fatal assault of man in Finglas
Dubliners to pay higher property tax as new council also pledges new hotel tourist tax
Court grants EU-wide order to force landlord Marc Godart to pay compensation to former tenants
Russian military court sentences Ukrainian woman to 12 years in prison for balloon protest
A mix of personal stories and opinions on the stories of the day.
The seeds of an Irish 'Stop the Steal' campaign are being sown
Ciarán O’Connor
The shock results show Modi is no longer as popular as he thought he was
Priyanka Borpujari
Are you burning out? Here are the signs to watch out for…
Linda Breathnach
I can still vividly remember the stress, tears and dread of my Leaving Cert
Margaret Lynch
Justice Minister says she has 'consistently' seen sentencing for assaults that seem too lenient
John Moran inaugurated as Limerick's first directly-elected mayor today
Jockey gets suspended sentence for child cruelty over assault on his teenage daughter
Paul Murphy wins High Court case against Sipo over decision not to investigate Varadkar over contract leak
Cathal Crotty case: Tánaiste says superior officer's statement to court was not a 'character reference'
The Journal Friday Newshound Quiz
Poll: Do you support Aer Lingus pilots' industrial action?
High Court refuses to grant further injunction to Philip Nolan over his dismissal from SFI
Elderly man dies after house fire in Co Limerick last night
Man (70s) hospitalised with serious injuries following collision in Sligo town
Sunny spells and highs of 23 degrees this weekend (but there will be a bit of rain first)