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Tuesday 23 April 2024 Dublin: 8°C
Tom Clonan: US money is a shot in the arm for Ukraine defence
Tom Clonan
Asylum seekers from country with most applicants will get faster decisions under new plan
Tánaiste to highlight 'Israeli restrictions' on aid as he visits Rafah crossing at Gaza border
Garda who policed protest at O'Gorman's house says handling of incident was 'sensationalised' online
Families of Stardust victims to attend Dáil today for long-awaited State apology
The Taoiseach will make the apology today in the Dáil at 2pm.
22nd April 2024
Hozier becomes fourth Irish artist ever to reach number one spot in US Billboard chart
Stardust inquests
A historic day as verdicts of unlawful killing returned in cases of all 48 people who died
in the room
What it was like in the room when the Stardust verdict was announced
eamon butterly
The tangled web of the Butterlys' business dealings over the years
pen portraits
The 48 people who lost their lives in the Stardust fire on 14 February 1981
The Journal's Stardust podcast returns with a new episode: Unlawful killing
House of Lords sends Rwanda Bill back to Commons for fifth time after Sunak declared 'enough is enough'
'Election fraud, pure and simple': Prosecutors lay out case against Trump in hush-money trial
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Biden to send weapons to Ukraine once Senate approves aid package, Zelenskyy says
Over 400 artists, including Eurosong contestant Erica-Cody, call on Bambie Thug to boycott Eurovision
Broadcaster Niall Boylan to contest European elections as Independent Ireland candidate
Review finds Israel has not provided evidence of widespread terrorism links among UN agency
Paul Murphy: If we want real change, we should ban fossil fuel companies from advertising
Paul Murphy
Inquest for Aoife Johnston hears UHL ED was 'akin to a war-zone' on the night she died there
Daughter of Noel Kirwan hopes man who facilitated his murder 'will never see the light of day again'
Road safety crisis
Over 60 lives have already been lost this year
We are beginning to understand what's driving the surge in road deaths
Crack down
Dublin to get cameras to catch drivers breaking red lights
Father who lost wife and two daughters says his world is so empty
Dangerous driving
Thousands caught speeding in bank holiday checkpoints
Activists in Berlin told to stop speaking Irish at Palestine solidarity event at Reichstag Building
Advanced works get underway to repair Dublin's Iveagh Markets
Eamon Ryan criticised for Ireland's intervention in Swiss women's climate case
Jury in trial of man who allegedly 'floored' Dublin construction worker fail to reach verdict
Tributes paid to Shay Lynch, who died in a swimming pool accident at a Co Clare hotel
Rockery and roll: Fresh from Vegas, U2's Adam Clayton's been sharing his love of gardening on TV
Tired after a long day of video calling for work? It might be because of your face, study says
‘There’s no accountability’: Leading dentist warns about use of unlicensed botox products
Huw Edwards has resigned from the BBC on medical advice
A mix of personal stories and opinions on the stories of the day.
Israel's treatment of innocent Palestinians is reminiscent of humanity's darkest days
Bobby McDonagh
Radical steps needed to make the American Dream achievable for all
Larry Donnelly
What could Dublin learn from Cork's English Market?
Aoife Barry
There's no correct way for the brain to work, we're all different
Nessa Hill
Woman charged with poisoning ex-husband’s family with mushrooms appears before Australian court
Teenager in critical condition in hospital after single vehicle crash on Saturday
Electric Picnic line-up to be announced on Friday after long wait
Garda rep says 'no clear guidance' on dealing with incidents like protest at O'Gorman's home
Council blasts 'vandalism' as gardaí probe cutting down of dozens of trees in south Dublin park
Truck driver to face prosecution over death of elderly pedestrian in Dún Laoghaire two years ago
American man (73) who applied for passports in names of deceased babies jailed for 27 months
Kerry is the home of Ireland's new national park, which includes State purchase of Conor Pass
Mother of boy with severe scoliosis hits out at use of his story by anti-immigrant figures
Harris expects details on locations of promised asylum reception centres 'in the coming weeks'
Israeli military intel chief resigns over 7 October failure as families mourn dead in West Bank
Taoiseach hopes to have a 5-year Fine Gael tax plan in place by end of year
Poll: Have you done the Conor Pass drive?
Yesterday was the warmest day of the year so far ... but temperatures will drop a bit this week