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Monday 20 May 2024 Dublin: 10°C
Rent inflation slowing but supply remains low, predicting little change to crisis
Businesses seek to halt traffic management shakeup in city centre over accessibility concerns
Electric scooter rental schemes can be licensed in Irish cities after e-scooters legalised today
Xander Schauffele wins PGA Championship as Shane Lowry's challenge fades
Drivers have 'zero' fear of getting caught using mobile phones, as detection by gardaí slumps
Gardaí caught 35% fewer drivers on their phones last year than before the pandemic.
Unpublished research for government found drivers put the odds of getting caught on their phone at "close to zero".
Drivers are too addicted to their phones and too entrenched in the habit of using them to stop if there's no deterrent.
19th May 2024
Quiz: Can you tell where these Irish beaches are?
Election season
Local and EU ballots are on 7 June
And they're off
Political posters are up – love 'em or hate 'em
Who's who
Here's who's in the race to be Ireland's MEPs
Independents pip Sinn Féin as voters' top choice
Housing crisis shadow
People's housing tells us about how they'll vote
'Ming' Flanagan on independents' popularity, his autism diagnosis and voters' move to the right
After nearly a decade in Brussels, Flanagan tells The Journal he can now see the merits of the European Parliament.
Money Diaries: A scientist on €31K living in Leinster reader
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Clare edge Waterford in another Munster epic, Cork hammer sorry Tipperary
Teachers, politicians and journalists - what experts say is needed to teach public about the EU
Man, in his 80s, dies in early morning tragedy at Buncrana Pier
Teenager stabbed in incident at Jervis Street Luas stop in Dublin city centre
Man City crowned Premier League champions for record fourth successive time
Rescue operation underway as helicopter carrying Iran’s president 'crashes' in bad weather
Tánaiste visits Irish troops in Lebanon today and will meet Lebanese Government officials
Eddie Hutch Jnr, a prominent member of the Hutch clan, has died after a long illness
Independent and Social Democrats candidates blast RTÉ for exclusion from 'key' debates
Dublin-New York portal reopens with new blurring feature to curb unwelcome behaviour
New poll shows negligible change in party support but over half want more immigration controls
Businessman Tony O'Reilly has died aged 88
Taoiseach Simon Harris described him as a “giant of sport, business and media”.
Slovak PM's life no longer in danger, remains in intensive care
Ireland has a new crop of 'celebrity candidates' - but what do people think of voting for them?
Sitdown Sunday: How 67 letters found hidden in a wall uncovered a scandal in 1920s Baltimore
Ireland is not a country where house prices are meant to fall
'It's very different being a victim of crime now to what it was 10 years ago'
A mix of personal stories and opinions on the stories of the day.
Campus protests are squeezing Biden from left and right
Larry Donnelly
Protesting Israel's war on Gaza isn't antisemitic — it's a display of humanity
Emma DeSouza
Now I know, I don't care what anyone thinks of me
Clare McAfee
Many royal and political figures were honoured with street names
Donal Fallon
Gaza hospital says 20 killed in Israeli strike on Nuseirat refugee camp
European Elections: Northern Ireland deserves a seat at the table in Europe – it is unique
Emma DeSouza
Man charged with murder of 34-year-old woman in Belfast
Mayor calls on Govt to tackle immigration 'myths' as council launches info campaign
Bruce Springsteen concert: Stage times and the best ways to get to Croke Park
Lowry matches lowest round in major golf history with 62 at PGA
'Whether they're from Donegal or Senegal, it makes no difference': A night at the Lighthouse café
Hundreds of homeless people, from Ireland and further afield, visit the Dublin centre every day for food, clothes and friendship.
The centre provides a range of supports to homeless people and asylum seekers
"We need to remember it’s people who are actually inside the tents. These are human beings."
Last week
12th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
Quiz: How much do you know about portals?
Meet the 'replacements' who could take over seats in Europe if elected MEPs bow out
Sisters, sons, press officers and councillors. This election, it’s all very inside baseball.
Cody the match winner as Kilkenny scrape past Dublin
Kelly and D'Arcy goals fire Galway past 14-man Derry
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday