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Wednesday 17 July 2024 Dublin: 18°C
Coolock: Gardaí examining CCTV and social media images as part of investigation
Speed limit of 60 km/h on local roads to be introduced in November
King Charles makes first King's Speech under Starmer, confirms repeal of Troubles Legacy Act
A total of 35 Bills and draft Bills are expected to be announced in the king’s address.
MEPs debate Ukraine support and warn actions of some are weakening EU's united front
‘Hellishly hot’: Southern Europe bakes under heatwave with the worst still to come
Chaos in Coolock: How violence and conspiracy erupted in north Dublin
21 people have been charged with public order offences after disturbances in the north Dublin suburb.
Chaos in Coolock
Violent disturbances at a site earmarked to accommodate people seeking international protection
Clashes with gardaí after fires break out at the site
Motorists diverted and a video shows Dublin Bus being targeted
Taoiseach condemns ‘reprehensible’ and ‘criminal’ acts
15 people appear in court charged with public order offences
What will the next five years hold for the EU? Join our free webinar today
Baldoyle's Coast Road closed off due to 'major' road traffic collision
Can't keep up with the Fine Gael departures? Here's a round up of who is standing down
Biden admits he ran as 'transitional candidate' in 2020, but says he has 'more to do'
Two arrested in cross-border probe into more than 50 fraud reports
'A special, special night' - Shamrock Rovers progress in Europe after 98th-minute drama
Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis bend the knee to Donald Trump at RNC
Legal loophole stopping vulture fund mortgage holders going to Ombudsman to close
US police shoot knife-wielding man near Republican convention
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
Regina Doherty: 'I worded it clumsily the first time. But authoritarian cycle lanes have divided towns'
Tánaiste's trip to Nairobi settlement cancelled amid shock and concern over serial killer
Taoiseach to travel to Chequers to meet Keir Starmer for first time after UK election
Gaza famine: 'We are forced to eat what we used to consider animal feed'
Over 20% of people in the Gaza Strip are now facing the prospect of famine.
"These mulberry leaves are from the large trees that survived the war. I thank God for this blessing," one Gazan said.
"Does the world know?" asks another Gazan.
16th July 2024
Biden urges ban on type of rifle used in Trump attack during his return to campaign trail
Local reps 'not surprised' by bus driver shooting, but say more than 'tea and sympathy' is needed
Brennans and Supermac’s baked products among those recalled due to possible presence of metal pieces
Garda Public Order Unit deployed to Coolock for second consecutive evening
Ireland beat France in Euro 2025 qualifier
Eileen Gleeson’s team earned a memorable win over the number-two-ranked side in the world.
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Leo Varadkar confirms he won't stand in next general election
Varadkar said the ‘time has come to explore new options and opportunities’ and that he never viewed himself as a ‘career politician’.
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
Once inaccessible after a bomb attack, O'Connell Tower looks to its namesake to draw new visitors
Micheál Martin announces €15m funding to tackle child hunger while in Kenya and Ethiopia
Hayley Kilgallon on the history of ladies' GAA: 'Women were thought naturally weaker back then'
Hayley Kilgallon
Law underpinning tenant's first refusal right to buy property from landlord approved by Cabinet
Well-known GAA star arrested for dangerous driving and set to appear before court
The Explainer: What was the political fallout from previous attacks on US presidents?
Gardaí investigating 'reported assault' during underage hurling match in Waterford
French PM takes on caretaker role after Macron accepts resignation
Phibsborough encampment cleared by gardaí following intimidation by anti-migrant groups
Coolock violence 'not an issue of community engagement', Taoiseach says
Cork TD calls for extra flights for fans travelling to Dublin for All-Ireland final this weekend
Coolock: Disinformation included claims about 'unvetted males' and 'white destruction'
Man jailed for sexually assaulting woman after following her around Dublin city centre for 30 minutes