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Monday 24 June 2024 Dublin: 20°C
Poll: Will you watch Wimbledon this year?
Bank of Ireland issues ticket scam warning ahead of Taylor Swift concerts
Netanyahu only willing to accept ‘partial’ ceasefire in Gaza
Opinion: We know what works to fix nature conservation in Ireland. Let's get on and do it
Richard Nairns
Man charged in relation to O'Connell Street assault that left tourist with serious injuries
Fire that caused 'extensive damage' to 5G mast in Belfast being treated as arson attack
Aer Lingus says it’s possible customers will be informed of flight cancellations at departure gate
Govt to name next EU commissioner tomorrow says Martin ahead of 'important week' in the EU
Kerry to face Derry in standout All-Ireland football quarter-final fixture
'Warm and humid' day ahead with temperatures reaching 25 degrees
People with intellectual disabilities ‘vulnerable’ to assisted dying proposals, say Catholic bishops
Deposit Return Scheme contributing to lower litter levels, says annual litter survey
House prices up 35% on pre-Covid levels
There were 43 work-related deaths in Ireland last year, 19 of which resulted in prosecutions
Tourist who died in crash on 'confusing' Kilkenny road didn't know she was in two-way traffic
A senior roads unit policing garda said conversations were ongoing about the need to change the road for years.
23rd June 2024
Hungary score in 99th minute to knock Scotland out of Euro 2024
Quiz: How much do you know about the Euros?
Gunmen in Russian Caucasus attack churches and a synagogue killing six police officers
Money Diaries: A project manager on €37K living in Dublin reader
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Pilot rep says impasse to resolving Aer Lingus dispute ‘sits’ with airline
Holders Dublin get quarter-final tie with Galway after edging clear of Mayo
Mary Lou McDonald says Sinn Fein to ‘dust ourselves off’ after disappointing election results
Crew members of luxury yacht charged over fireworks that caused wildfire on Greek island
Woman in her 60s taken to hospital after hit-and-run involving stolen SUV in Newry
Teen arrested and due in court over alleged homophobic attack in Phoenix Park
Former Cork TD and Minister of State Bernard Allen has died at the age of 79
A mix of personal stories and opinions on the stories of the day.
'We are hurtling towards climate disaster, but leadership is now entirely absent'
Sadhbh O' Neill
Right-wing politicians will see that slating the system is easier than working within it
Larry Donnelly
'They are forcibly adopted by Russians who are strangers to them'
Seán Fleming
UK elections could bring about an interesting shift in politics in the North
Emma DeSouza
Two arrested as man in serious condition after assault on O'Connell Street
Israeli forces tied wounded Palestinian man to front of jeep in West Bank raid
Stardust ceremony: 'I have a feeling we have the presence of the 48 victims here today'
Christy Moore, Roddy Doyle, and more are performing in the ceremony.
The Candidate: The dust has settled - what next for Ireland and the EU after the European elections?
Tory data chief in UK takes leave amid probe into claims he betted on election date
Sitdown Sunday: Blackmail, a double murder and the downfall of the heir to a car dealership empire
Man who died in Donegal diving event tragedy named locally
Uncertainty on whether ban on 51-week student leases will be in place before Dáil summer recess
Surging prices are a reminder the Central Bank was never trying to make housing more affordable
How a festival in Donegal is bringing back the ancient craft of wall building
Giddy Up! Take the grand tour of this equestrian estate in north Cork – yours for €4,500,000