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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C
'Significant' drugs seizure after cargo ship is boarded by Army Ranger Wing off Irish coast
The boarding is part of the broader investigation in to the beaching of a trawler off Wexford.
Taoiseach, Health Minister to meet with families impacted by spinal surgery crisis
Stephen Donnelly told the Dáil that he will begin meetings with families and patient advocacy groups on Wednesday.
IABA to investigate use of National Stadium for 'SPHE information evening' by Christian group
The event is organised by Christian Voice Ireland.
At least 20 dead and 290 hospitalised after fuel depot explosion in disputed Nagorno-Karabakh
It was not immediately clear what caused the blast.
National Children First Awareness Week starts this week, here’s everything you need to know
With National Children First Awareness Week running this week, we’ve put together this guide for you on what it all means.
Ireland v Hungary, Uefa Women's Nations League
Ireland are looking to make it two wins from two in Budapest.
Housing charity regulator appoints financial inspectors to Peter McVerry Trust
The housing and homelessness charity notified the regulator of ‘financial and governance’ issues at the organisation in July.
Protest at the Dáil
There was widespread condemnation after conspiracy theorist protesters brought a gallows to Leinster House
Wednesday's protest
13 people were arrested as the Dáil resumed after the summer break
What did they want?
The protesters were a disparate band of conspiracy theorists
The protest raised concerns about threats to politicians
Next steps
The Garda Commissioner is to review what happened
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Opinion: Let's face it, the crowd sang 'Zombie' because it just sounds great when thousands sing it
According to Tom Savage of Three Red Kings, the controversy surrounding the use of ‘Zombie’ at the Ireland game in France is misplaced.
Soldier B - accused of killing teenager Daniel Hegarty in 1972 - has died
15-year-old Daniel Hegarty was shot twice in the head in the early hours of 31 July 1972.
'You'll never get the same picture twice': Wexford man captures Northern Lights from back garden
On a clear night and with the right conditions, the lights can be seen from multiple locations around the country.
Last year 8% of young adults had their sexual images or videos shared without consent
The report also shows that 50% of young adults experienced sexual harassment in the twelve-month period.
Russian Black Sea fleet commander appears in video, day after Ukraine claimed it killed officer
Kyiv said it had killed 34 officers, including Admiral Viktor Sokolov, in an unprecedented strike last week.
O'Gorman doubles down on need for fee freeze as childcare providers protest at Leinster House
Childcare providers say they are at risk of closure due to increased costs.
Status Orange for Cork, Kerry and Waterford as country braces for Storm Agnes
A wet and windy day is expected nationwide tomorrow.
Extra €1b announced for Ukrainian accommodation as Minister confirms tents may be used over winter
Currently, 800 people are being housed in tents.
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'They can do real damage': People warned against use of fireworks ahead of Halloween season
As of 17 September, 38 fireworks incidents have been recorded by An Garda Síochána this year.
12 Irish people have travelled to Switzerland to medically end their lives since 2003
Assisted dying has been legal in Switzerland since 1942.
Defence action plan: Complex radar project 'won't be delivered until 2028'
The Journal has learned that the Detailed Action Plan document has been presented to Government.
Climate experts tell TDs that 'weight-based tax' for heavier cars is 'desirable'
One expert recommended that the tax be introduced by the middle of next year.
Race against time to board suspicious vessel in Irish Sea as storm threatens security operation
A major security operation is underway after the boat ran aground off the coast of Wexford.
Man appears in court charged over crash that killed nine-year-old boy in Co Donegal
Sergee Kelly appeared at Carrick-On-Shannon District Court this morning.
Projected €1 billion health overspend could affect other budget decisions, McGrath says
Michael McGrath said there had been a pattern of overspending in health for years.
Poll: Should heavier cars pay more motor tax?
An Oireachtas Committee is meeting today to discuss the growing trend in car sales towards heavier and larger vehicles such as SUVs.
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Average viewership figures for second Late Late Show of season drop 34% to 548,000
On RTÉ Player, last weekend’s programme generated 68,000 streams to date.
David McCallum, star of The Man From U.N.C.L.E, has died aged 90
McCallum also had a role in more recent years as the eccentric medical examiner in the popular NCIS.
Armagh attempted murder: man drove for help after being shot in arm and neck
Four men have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
Global warming limit of 1.5C still possible thanks to clean energy surge, but path 'has narrowed'
The global energy watchdog said wealthy countries must now reach carbon neutrality in around 2045
Steep rise in number of Irish households falling into arrears on energy bills
There has been a steady rise in households falling into arrears on electricity payments since the Government’s
Antarctic sea ice hits new low setting an 'extreme' record
The sea ice was 1.03 million square kilometers smaller than the previous record, which is the size of Texas and California combined.
Over 13,300 refugees flee into Armenia after Azerbaijan retakes disputed enclave
Reporters saw the refugees crowding into a humanitarian hub set up in the city of Goris to register for transport and housing.
Iveagh Markets 'urgent' repair work not set to begin until late 2024
A report by
David MacRedmond
The work will focus on securing the crumbling structure rather than fully renovating it for reuse purposes.
25th September 2023
Gardaí appeal for help locating missing Dublin teenager Calum Kavanagh
Anyone with information on Calum’s whereabouts are asked to contact Ballyfermot Garda Station.
Veteran Fine Gael TD Charlie Flanagan announces retirement from frontline politics
Flanagan is the latest in a string of Fine Gael TDs to step down.
Security operation underway off Wexford coast as naval service attempt to board stricken trawler
The incident took place off the Wexford coast in the early hours of the morning.
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Bohemians fight back to keep Euro battle with Shelbourne alive
Ali Coote scored a superb second-half equaliser after Jack Moylan gave away side the lead.
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.
Libyan prosecutor general orders arrest of eight officials after flooding disaster
Derna’s mayor Abdulmonem al-Ghaithi, who was sacked after the flood, is among the detainees.
Man charged over crash that killed nine-year-old boy in Donegal
The nine-year-old has been named as Ronan Wilson from Co Tyrone.
Dublin Garda chief says 'better roster' will be found as councillors voice concerns
Angela Willis also told the Dublin City Joint Policing Committee that a garda had been injured at last week’s protest at the Dáil.
Storm Agnes: Status Yellow wind warning for 24 counties on Wednesday
A deep Atlantic depression is gathering off the south west of the country.