Thursday 22 February 2024 Dublin: 4°C
Navalny latest: Mother says she's being pushed to agree to 'secret burial'
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Six people evacuated during hotel fire in Co Offaly last night
Irish bid to host the EU's new anti-money laundering agency fails as bloc chooses Frankfurt
Man died while practicing on motorbike he'd bought four days earlier, inquest hears
Parnell Square stabbing accused sent for trial for attempted murder of three children
The exit files
RTÉ is back in the headlines for all the wrong reasons – and now the focus has shifted to new boss Kevin Bakhurst
bumper package
The story of €450k: What we know about Breda O'Keeffe's exit deal
Taoiseach says there should be a cap on RTÉ exit payments
Everything we know so far about the RTÉ exit payments
How should RTÉ be funded?
In full: Rossa Fanning's powerful Hague speech condemns Israel's occupation of Palestinian land
Man dies after Offaly road crash involving a car and SUV last week
The Explainer: Everything you need to know about the March referendums
Israeli tank hits NGO shelter in Khan Younis as overnight bombardment destroys mosque in Rafah
Widow of Console charity founder is fined €1,500 over failure to keep proper books of account
Biden labels Putin a 'crazy SOB' as Russia is hit with sanctions and criticism from UK and France
Gardaí investigating after Westmeath County Council hit by €515,000 payment fraud
'It's a lifeline': Shortage of HRT patches causing frustration for pharmacists and patients
The last of Ireland's payphone boxes are set to be disconnected by the end of the year
Of the 105 remaining kiosks, 11 will become digital kiosks, while the other 94 are set to be removed.
A year after the quakes
On the ground in earthquake-hit regions of Turkey
Slow recovery
Thousands still live in containers and tents
'The earthquake was a year ago, but every day we relive the same trauma'
What is life like in Turkey right now?
People who fled Syria now face rebuilding their lives again
FAI accused of 'hypocrisy' over teams playing against Israel in marathon PAC hearing
Galway farmer to contest 'cow dung' assault charge on Junior Minister Anne Rabbitte
Six Nations: Frawley starts at 15 with Jager set for Ireland debut off bench
MetroLink: 'White House' owner and north Dublin residents' groups call for station to be moved
Residents called for the Collins Avenue station to be moved from Our Lady of Victories Church to an area within Albert College Park.
Gardaí probe Roscrea incidents that prompted protests outside local garda station
'You’re all sound, noise and fury with no substance': Martin and Doherty clash over housing
Bakhurst: Disclosing exit package info would be unlawful, but execs can 'waive confidentiality'
FAI's €12,000 payment to CEO was 'slip up' that shouldn’t have happened, PAC told
Irish researchers discover possible underlying cause of ‘brain fog’ in Long Covid patients
To Whom It Concerns, this year's Grand Marshal for the Dublin St Patrick's Day parade is...
A wide mix of viewpoints, analysis and first-hand experiences
The people of the West Bank are stuck in hellish game they never agreed to play
Hannah McCarthy
My dad was in the Orange Order, but I'd probably vote for a United Ireland
Emma DeSouza
We need to get real about the dangers of smartphone use by young children
Dr Catherine Conlon
The Hen Harrier is the canary in the coal mine for upland biodiversity in Ireland
Ciaran Brennan
Ireland condemns Israeli settlements on Palestinian land as 'annexation' at top UN court
In a forcefully worded intervention at the ICJ, the Attorney General accused Israel of contravening international law.
Ex-legal secretary for former Iceland owner awarded €77k over 'intolerable' contract breach
Eurovision officials scrutinising Israel entry 'October Rain' amid concern over political lyrics
Israel may be asked to submit a new song or new lyrics if the current version is deemed unacceptable.
Albania votes to approve deal with Italy to hold asylum seekers
Poll: Should you be able to claim tax back on your gym membership?
PSNI finds no criminal offences after it investigates alleged threats against Jeffrey Donaldson
Former Brazil and Barcelona footballer Dani Alves sentenced to 4.5 years in jail for rape
UK House of Commons Speaker faces calls to resign over unusual handling of Gaza ceasefire vote
Ireland's Attorney General to address ICJ today over Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory
Privately owned US spacecraft set for historic lunar touchdown tonight
Person tried to get job at asylum seeker hostel to 'cause trouble and enact racial discrimination'
The individual was not hired after Dublin City Dorms carried out a background check.
A staff member at the centre raised security concerns with the International Protection Accommodation Services
Dublin City Dorms began operating as an accommodation centre in early 2023, having previously been a tourist hostel
The centre was among the buildings vandalised during the Dublin riots in November
21st February 2024
Niamh O'Reilly: I looked around the rage room I'd just trashed and had the urge to tidy up
Israeli minister says Gaza ceasefire talks in Cairo have raised 'possibility of progress'
A UN official has said has said Nasser Hospital in Khan Yunis has turned from a “place of healing” to a “place of death”.
The UN's World Food Programme has announced a pause in food and aid deliveries to northern Gaza.
Hamas called the move a "death sentence".
Aid groups warn a ground offensive could turn Rafah into a "graveyard".