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Wednesday 24 July 2024 Dublin: 16°C
Five to appear in court charged in connection with Dublin riots last November
Here are the options the government is considering for how to tax vapes
Trump files complaint against Harris over use of Biden's campaign donations - reports
Government to approve new Autism strategy and increase number of college places in therapies
Law banning NDAs in cases of sexual harassment to be brought to Cabinet today
SPOTLIGHT
Biden drops out
Top Democrats are endorsing Kamala Harris for the White House – so what happens now?
As it happened
How the drama played out – read our liveblog from Sunday night
profile
Kamala Harris – the prosecutor turned vice president
now what
A 'coronation'? What happens next in the race for the White House
veep
Who might Kamala Harris choose as her running mate?
Tánaiste to recommend against Cathal Brugha Barracks being relocated to make way for housing
Criminal barristers begin unprecedented third day of strike action at courts around the country
Number of cases treated for problem alcohol use last year at highest level since 2012
Majority of immigrants to Ireland believe that anti-migrant attitudes are 'a significant issue'
Two-thirds of migrants report having faced racial or ethnic discrimination and almost 60% have faced hate crimes and harassment.
Yesterday
23rd July 2024
Shamrock Rovers made to pay as Sparta take 2-0 lead back to Prague
RTÉ to receive €725m over three years as part of new 'multi-annual' funding model
Labour Party suspends seven MPs who defied UK Government in two-child benefit cap vote
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Betty the chimpanzee, Dublin Zoo's longest-standing resident, dies at 62
Eamon Ryan says DART services should be introduced in other cities
SPOTLIGHT
Voices
A mix of personal stories and opinions on the stories of the day.
'Conservatives are now sitting in the corner, licking their wounds'
Sydney Nash
'People are ready to say goodbye to the Tories this time'
Peter Flanagan
Victims need to be placed at the heart of the justice system
Dr Susan Leahy
Why I'm attempting to conquer the Wicklow Way in less than 72 hours this weekend
Jack 'Beano' Carey
Kamala Harris secures enough support from delegates to become Democratic nominee
Flying ants take to the sky for another year as part of their 'nuptial flight'
Larry Donnelly: With Kamala, the battle for the presidency is renewed
Larry Donnelly
British dressage star withdraws from Paris Olympics after video emerges of 'error of judgment'
Account by garda who claims sexual act with woman was consensual 'lacks logic', court hears
Biden to make White House return after covid infection ahead of Netanyahu meeting on Thursday
Sunday was the hottest day ever recorded globally
Budget income tax and USC options laid out for government in new report
Man (35) jailed for more than 11 years for raping two women who were sleeping
McDonald says 'better off' areas should house asylum seekers rather than most deprived communities
Workers at Cork and Sligo-based call centre company Abtran launch ballot on possible industrial action
SPOTLIGHT
XL Bully ban
New measures due in coming months
New measures
XL bully dogs to be banned in Ireland
The Explainer Podcast
What is the American bully XL and do bans on certain dog breeds work?
The problem of dog attacks won't be solved with just a ban on certain breeds
Suzi Walsh
Banning the XL Bully won't protect the public in any real way
Paula Feaheny
'Unlikely to survive the night': False rumours about Joe Biden's demise are going viral online
Eamon Ryan says Ireland 'needs' data centres as their electricity usage continues to surge
Fifth man guilty of Thomas Dooley murder proclaims in court that he's 'an innocent man'
Bishop of Galway ‘shares feelings of distress’ over sexual abuse allegations against Eamonn Casey
Kamala Harris is having a brat summer. What?
US Secret Service director resigns amid fallout from failed assassination attempt on Donald Trump
Sinn Féin immigration policy: 'Audits' of services proposed for communities housing asylum seekers
Sinn Féin launched its new International Protection policy proposals this afternoon in Dublin.
Barry Andrews elected Chair of the European Parliament’s Development Committee
Drivers urged to take extra care this summer with more tractors and machinery on the roads
BBC boss apologises to Strictly Come Dancing contestants after slew of negative experiences
Dr Catherine Conlon: Sunbeds should be banned – here’s why
Dr Catherine Conlon
Tributes paid to 11-year-old Clodagh Phelan who died on holiday in Majorca