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Thursday 20 June 2024 Dublin: 13°C
Teenager involved in Dáil protest over autism services to meet with Taoiseach Simon Harris later
Arrest made after man in his 50s dies in Finglas assault
Putin arrives in Vietnam, a day after signing a mutual defence pact with North Korea
Nominations for Green Party leadership contest to open this morning
Northern Ireland: UK elections could bring about an interesting shift in politics in the North
Emma DeSouza
Oireachtas committee to grill horseracing agency and regulators on accounts and abattoir
Revelations about a Kildare abattoir and financial transactions involving an injured jockeys charity will come in for scrutiny.
Yesterday
19th June 2024
Green Party to name new leader on 8 July as O'Gorman and Hackett vie to replace Eamon Ryan
Man charged with murder of 74-year-old Michael McConville in Crossmaglen
Schoolgirl injured when Ryanair plane depressurised awarded €15,000 settlement
Scotland keep hopes of reaching knockout stage alive after draw with Switzerland
Woman (50s) charged after €270,000 worth of drugs seized in Dublin
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
Germany sail into Euro knockout stage after 2-0 win over Hungary
Rishi Sunak's protection officer arrested over alleged bets on timing of UK election
Seanad told three gay men were chased by six men with knives in Phoenix Park
Housing market 'heating up' again as property price inflation rose by 7.9% in year up to April
Military group accuses Tánaiste of ignoring Defence Bill concerns and causing low morale
Man arrested as part of investigation into body found in apartment in Co Monaghan
Aer Lingus's pilot pay crisis: An industrial relations expert explains what could happen next
Liam Doherty said that there is trouble ahead for Aer Lingus whether or not it agrees to a hefty pay increase.
Pathologist tells murder trial of stab and chop wounds to Thomas Dooley
Putin and Kim Jong Un sign mutual defence pact as North Korea pledges support for Ukraine war
Bail granted to man (18) charged with throwing petrol bomb at building for asylum seekers
Irish woman fired by Israeli firm for 'terrorist state' comment says she feels 'blacklisted'
No coronation for Green Party as Pippa Hackett and Roderic O'Gorman vie for party leadership
Both candidates received endorsements from party colleagues today.
Seven charged in connection with murder of Tristan Sherry to be tried before Special Criminal Court
Doctor tells court he saw ‘no evidence’ of Lucy Letby helping baby as her oxygen levels dropped
Six cases of suspected fraudsters attempting to take driving tests in recent years - RSA
SPOTLIGHT
Voices
A mix of personal stories and opinions on the stories of the day.
The seeds of an Irish 'Stop the Steal' campaign are being sown
Ciarán O’Connor
The shock results show Modi is no longer as popular as he thought he was
Priyanka Borpujari
Are you burning out? Here are the signs to watch out for…
Linda Breathnach
I can still vividly remember the stress, tears and dread of my Leaving Cert
Margaret Lynch
Jack Chambers announced as deputy leader of Fianna Fáil
McEntee says Aer Lingus pilots going on strike could cause damage to Ireland's reputation
Taoiseach marks completion of €20 million cross-border Ulster Canal restoration project
‘Done deal’ on summer weather for most early next week, though picture is uncertain from Wednesday
Ex-boyfriend convicted over revenge porn threat gets suspended sentence
Almost one-third of students feel they don't belong at school, says new report
Climate change activists spray orange paint on ancient Stonehenge standing stones
Poll: Do you like to go to the beach in Ireland?
Dutch Prime Minister looks certain to take over as head of NATO
Online applications for over 180 cost rental apartments in Tallaght opens tomorrow