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Tuesday 23 April 2024 Dublin: 13°C
Martin visits Rafah crossing after saying he fears Gaza death toll will end up 'much, much worse'
State apology 'bittersweet', as Stardust families call for follow through on promises
Family of girl injured in Parnell Square attack say she has reached 'great milestones’ in her recovery
Media regulator warns radio station over Independent Ireland election candidate presenting show
Opinion: What's the point of a new national park if we're not preserving nature?
Pádraic Fogarty
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
HSE spent €21.6m with University of Limerick recruitment firm but can't say how many staff hired
Classes cancelled and college students arrested as pro-Palestinian protests spread across US
'We should have provided answers': Simon Harris's State apology to Stardust families in full
Taoiseach says State 'rubbed salt in the wounds' of Stardust families as he delivers formal apology
Simon Harris told the families today that the State failed them when they needed it most.
GAA coach who repeatedly raped teenager has prison sentence increased by four years
Man pleads guilty to intimidating Michael Healy-Rae during rally last September
Budget surplus of €8.6 billion expected, but there would be a deficit without corporation tax
UHL was 'not a safe environment' for patients on the night Aoife Johnston died, inquest hears
Concerns raised about availability of doctors to carry out blood tests on drug driving suspects
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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
Families of Stardust victims arrive at Leinster House for long-awaited State apology
The Taoiseach will make the apology today in the Dáil at 2pm.
'We loaded onto a bus in Naas and headed to Dublin': Gardaí reflect on lessons from the riots
Independent TD Michael McNamara to contest European elections in June
Five people, including a child, have drowned while trying to cross the English Channel to the UK
Here's who's in the running so far to be Limerick's first directly elected mayor
The UK's controversial Rwanda bill has finally passed in parliament - so what happens now?
Poll: Should Ireland introduce a fast fashion levy?
The Journal FactCheck launches new resource around Ireland's biggest talking points
Tom Clonan: US money is a shot in the arm for Ukraine defence
Tom Clonan
Garda boss would've been 'more than happy' to attend GRA conference despite not being invited
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
10-man Shelbourne stand firm against Rovers in goalless draw
US 'inquiring' with Israel over reports more than 200 bodies found in mass grave at Gaza hospital
Value of farmland jumped by double-digits last year, with Waterford the priciest
Australian PM calls Musk an 'arrogant billionaire' in row over videos of Sydney church stabbing
President Michael D Higgins to receive honorary doctorate in Manchester today
10 people killed as two military helicopters collide and crash in Malaysia
Government hopes to ease backlog of asylum seekers with fast-tracked application process
Garda who policed protest at O'Gorman's house says handling of incident was 'sensationalised' online
22nd April 2024
Hozier becomes fourth Irish artist ever to reach number one spot in US Billboard chart
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