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Friday 19 April 2024 Dublin: 6°C
Gardaí seize €125,000 in suspected drugs and arrested two men after searches in Donegal
Labour small business spokesperson resigns after WRC ruled she underpaid employee
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Man sets himself on fire outside Trump trial courthouse
High Court dismisses damages action by man who claimed he wrote one of U2’s songs
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
Ex-ministerial driver awarded €30k for dismissal over rule Cabinet must be driven by serving gardaí
UN condemns 'purposeful and wanton destruction' of medical equipment in Gaza maternity wards
Gathering of 'masked people' outside minister's home 'chilling and disturbing', says Taoiseach
NATO countries to give Ukraine more air defences after plea from Zelenskyy
Government hopes to make formal state apology in Dáil next week
Croke Park sells out 82,300 tickets for Leinster's Champions Cup rugby semi-final clash
Jozef Puska granted legal aid to appeal his conviction for Ashling Murphy murder
FAI: No permanent manager until September, 'hope' to appoint O'Shea as interim for June games
The Journal Friday Newshound Quiz
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
No perjury charges to be brought against British soldiers over Bloody Sunday
G7 asks 'all parties' to prevent further escalation amid reported Israeli strike on Iran
There has been no reaction from Israeli or Iranian officials to the overnight strikes.
Iran's official broadcaster said explosions were heard near the city of Isfahan.
US media quoted officials as saying that Washington received advance notice of the strike, but did not endorse the operation or play any part in its execution.
The International Atomic Energy Agency said there had been no damage to Iranian atomic sites.
Poll: How many streaming subscriptions do you have?
Pro-Palestine group delivers petition to RTÉ studio in Cork calling for Eurovision boycott
21 motorists caught speeding in first two hours of Garda slowdown operation
Blessing of planes to continue at Dublin Airport despite reports the custom was to be scrapped
Homeowners urged to pledge homes and offer a spare room to Ukrainian refugees
Sydney church stabbing: 16-year-old boy charged with terrorism offence
Excitement, surprise and A LOT OF CAPS after Taylor Swift releases new 31-track album
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
'I've been on a mission since the night I ran out looking for him': Stardust families react
A six-week election begins in India where PM Narendra Modi seeks rare third term
Opinion: Trans young people have nowhere to turn, and the Cass Report has made it worse
Dr Chris Noone & Karen Sugrue
Opinion: The Cass Report is welcome - here's what it means for Ireland
Dr Paul Moran
IFI notified of 'significant' kill of up to 500 fish by people contacting confidential phoneline
Harris bats away talk of 'inexperience' on his big EU debut as Ukraine and Palestine dominate
HSE's Spring booster vaccination programme gets underway on Monday
The tangled web of the Butterlys' business dealings over the years
The Butterly family presided over a wide network of businesses in its heyday – but many shut or went into receivership during the financial crisis.
18th April 2024
Tánaiste 'disappointed' that UN has not voted in favour of Palestine membership after US veto
Liverpool crash out of Europa League
The Journal's Stardust podcast returns with a new episode: Unlawful killing
Which exit doors did the Stardust tribunal say were locked?
Palestinian bid for statehood recognition fails after US vetoes UN Security Council motion
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday