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Tuesday 16 April 2024 Dublin: 9°C
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Dublin Bus chief: 'It's easy for cynics to sneer at efforts to climate-proof bus services'
Billy Hann
'Generous' Dublin restaurants 'happy to help', providing free meals for asylum seekers
Government further extends paid leave scheme for public health workers suffering from long-Covid
Two men executed after being convicted of murder in 1883 recommended for presidential pardons
Birmingham Airport reopens after suspending operations over 'security incident' on Aer Lingus flight
SPOTLIGHT
Road safety crisis
Over 60 lives have already been lost this year
Answers
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
Tragedy
Father who lost wife and two daughters says his world is so empty
Dangerous driving
Thousands caught speeding in bank holiday checkpoints
Man charged over Paudie Palmer death admitted to mother in text he left scene of crash, court hears
Concern for missing 30-year-old man last seen in Jamespark area of Kilkenny City
Broadcaster Paul Byrne sues Virgin Media over disciplinary process and suspension from work
From Toy Man to Book Man? Tubridy’s new podcast is more about anecdotes than books
Woman dies after incident involving car outside Co Wexford home
MPs kick off debate ahead of vote on smoking ban for those born after 2009
Abortion dominates Harris' first stint at Leaders' Questions amid calls to scrap 3-day wait
It's official: There won't be a patent referendum in June as Burke says 'more time is needed'
Israel promises response to Iranian drone and missile attack as Iran warns against it
DPP investigating whether assets linked to jailed former solicitor are benefits of crime
'No guarantee' Copenhagen Stock Exchange facade can be saved after fire rips through building
'Water off a duck's back': Eoin Ó Broin on video showing him being accosted on Dublin street
ComReg stands by claims about Eir's complaints as TDs call for company to appear before them
Katie Taylor to face Amanda Serrano in July rematch, live on Netflix
Man (77) who sexually abused teenage daughter jailed for two-and-a-half years
Government to increase sentences for crimes involving knives
Jury at Stardust inquest ‘very close’ to reaching verdicts
'He will be sadly missed': Irish priest (75) dies after falling from ladder in Mexico
Creating sexually explicit 'deepfakes' without consent to become a criminal offence in the UK
Irish journalist Sally Hayden denied entry to Rwanda to report on 30th anniversary of genocide
SPOTLIGHT
Voices
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
The Explainer x Noteworthy: Why are our peatlands still being exploited?
Poll: Are you more familiar with Paris and Berlin or Belfast and Derry?
Politicians urged to 'get the bill done' ahead of Dáil debate on auto-enrolment pension scheme
No injuries reported after school bus veers off road into ditch
Rachel Riley apologises for 'ambiguous' tweet about Sydney stabbings
Úna Ní Raifeartaigh elected as Ireland's new judge at European Court of Human Rights
Trump returns to court today after no jurors selected on first day of trial due to bias
Man (40s) to appear in court after discovery of body at a house in Co Kildare
Sydney church stabbing is being treated as terrorism - Australian police
Meta to tell politicians that app stores should be responsible for age verification
Ireland to increase number of peacekeepers deployed to south Lebanon to beef up security
Here's what people's housing situation tells us about how they will vote
Fine Gael’s popularity lies with homeowners, while 50% of those in council rented accommodation back Sinn Féin.