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Tuesday 25 June 2024 Dublin: 16°C
Tallaght Bypass closed after pedestrian struck by car and hospitalised
Gender-quotas ‘only part of solution’ to low levels of women and minorities at local government level
Electoral Commission to be given new powers to tackle online misinformation
'People move on': Aodhán Ó Ríordáin on Labour gaining first seat in EU after 10 years
Ó Ríordáin told The Journal he plans to protect employment rights, push back against the far right and continue carrying the green torch in the European Parliament.
Wikileaks says Julian Assange has been released from prison after plea deal with US
Cabinet approval sought for next step in plan to use River Shannon to boost country's water supply
Taoiseach appoints senior counsel to engage with Stardust families on redress
Human rights watchdog calls for abolition of Special Criminal Court one year on from report
Cabinet to sign off on Michael McGrath as Ireland's nominee for EU Commissioner
Record 13,104 cases treated for problem drug use amid jump in cocaine use, especially among women
884 people, including 12-year-old and 91-year-old, physically restrained in mental health centres
The Mental Health Commission also has “serious concerns” over centres failing to meet minimum regulatory standards.
The average episode of physical restraint in 2023 lasted for 4.4 minutes
More females were restrained than men last year - 58% compared to 42%
Physical restraint should only be used in "rare and exceptional circumstances"
Yesterday
24th June 2024
Despair for Croatia as 98th-minute goal sends Italy through to Euro knockout stages
Dali cargo ship leaves Baltimore nearly three months after fatal bridge collapse
No final-day magic for Albania as they are beaten by second-string Spain
Finance Minister Michael McGrath set to become Ireland's new EU Commissioner
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Security alert ends in Omagh after firearm found behind Sinn Féin office
Motorcyclist in his 20s killed in collision with car in Bandon, Co Cork this morning
Tesco Ireland pleads guilty to failing to correctly display Clubcard prices
Aer Lingus and IALPA agree to attend separate Labour Court meetings amid pay dispute
Plan for dual carriage upgrade for Limerick to Cork road to go before Government next year
Changing mindsets: 'To my shame, I suggested his wife collect his child from crèche'
Michelle O’Keeffe
'Petty and retrograde': Cork County councillors react to vote against wishing Eamon Ryan well
Róisin Garvey joins Ossian Smyth and Neasa Hourigan in race to become Green Party deputy leader
Met Éireann confirms today has been the warmest day of the year so far
Garda probe launched after Higher Education Minister witnesses dangerous driving in Limerick
Lucy Letby takes stand in retrial of attempted murder case involving baby girl
SPOTLIGHT
Voices
A mix of personal stories and opinions on the stories of the day.
'We are hurtling towards climate disaster, but leadership is now entirely absent'
Sadhbh O' Neill
Right-wing politicians will see that slating the system is easier than working within it
Larry Donnelly
'They are forcibly adopted by Russians who are strangers to them'
Seán Fleming
UK elections could bring about an interesting shift in politics in the North
Emma DeSouza
'Opportunity to be heard': Tribunal into how Defence Forces handled abuse complaints opens
Did you hear loud music in Dublin last night? It was probably German heavy metal band Rammstein
Defence Forces begin investigation into why sailor was not dismissed after assault conviction
Petty Officer David O’Gorman of Castlecomer, Co Kilkenny has been convicted of assault charges relating to an incident where he attacked his former girlfriend.
Man charged over assault on Canadian tourist in Dublin city centre refused bail
Gardaí and emergency services at scene of serious collision in Co Cork
Ex-Kinahan cartel member further jailed for nine years for role in 'depraved' murder of Noel Kirwan
Hoteliers warn Aer Lingus flight cancellations could damage Irish tourism industry
Limerick shopkeeper who used grocery business as front for cocaine mixing factory is jailed for six years
Man arrested at Dublin Airport on suspicion of 1979 murder of Joseph James Porter in Co. Armagh
Death toll from attacks on churches and synagogues rises to 20 in Russia's Dagestan region
Govt to name next EU Commissioner tomorrow – but what could it mean for Cabinet?