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Monday 22 July 2024 Dublin: 15°C
Patient care: Hospital staff did their best for my father but the resources aren't there
Nick McGinley
Endorsements and campaign funding pour in for Kamala Harris after Joe Biden drops out
Democratic fundraising group ActBlue said last night that it had seen its biggest single-day haul of the 2024 election.
Micheál Martin backs calls for ban on tanning beds but gives no timeline
The Tánaiste compared the risk of tanning beds to the risk of asbestos.
21st July 2024
Kamala Harris plans to 'earn and win' Democratic nomination after receiving Biden's endorsement
Other Democrats – including former president Bill Clinton – have also endorsed Harris.
Quiz: How much do you know about American vice presidents?
Fifth fire started at site of violent anti-migrant protests in Dublin
Chaos in Coolock
Violent disturbances at a site earmarked to accommodate people seeking international protection
Clashes with gardaí after fires break out at the site
Motorists diverted and a video shows Dublin Bus being targeted
Taoiseach condemns ‘reprehensible’ and ‘criminal’ acts
15 people appear in court charged with public order offences
The military are spending €355m on a major building programme to decarbonise the Defence estate
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Xander Schauffele shoots majestic Sunday 65 to win The Open in style
Biden was 'voice of reason' amid global crises - Taoiseach
Three people in hospital after collision between police vehicle and car in Belfast
Money Diary: An insurance manager on €95K in Dublin reader
Joe Biden drops out of US presidential race 'in best interest of party and country'
He previously said that only the “Lord Almighty” could convince him to halt his campaign.
Biden, 81, came under pressure to exit the race and make way for a younger candidate.
After stating he will step aside, he endorsed Vice President Kamala Harris for the Democratic nomination.
He says he will speak to the nation "in detail" about his departure from the race later.
Clare crowned All-Ireland hurling champions after beating Cork in extra-time thriller
The Banner ended an 11-year wait for Liam MacCarthy Cup glory.
Gardaí investigating after body of man in his 40s discovered in Gorey, Co Wexford
Secret Service denied Trump campaign request for more security before assassination attempt
A mix of personal stories and opinions on the stories of the day.
'Conservatives are now sitting in the corner, licking their wounds'
Sydney Nash
'People are ready to say goodbye to the Tories this time'
Peter Flanagan
Victims need to be placed at the heart of the justice system
Dr Susan Leahy
Why I'm attempting to conquer the Wicklow Way in less than 72 hours this weekend
Jack 'Beano' Carey
Israeli military to vaccinate soldiers against polio after high levels found in Gaza sewage
Mairead McGuinness warns Govt of 'the bigger picture' on single-candidate Commissioner strategy
Poll: Do you eat sandwiches in triangles or rectangles?
Russia takes two frontline villages in eastern Ukraine, defence ministry says
'The people must be heard' says McDonald after discussion with Taoiseach on Coolock protests
Increased fencing costs on Grand Canal: €45,000 over two months to €30,000 weekly now
Houthis planning 'huge' response against Israel after three killed during Yemeni port strike
Man with injuries to face and arm hospitalised after alleged assault with a sword in Co Down
Israeli PM Netanyahu to meet with US President Joe Biden in Washington D.C on Tuesday
Sitdown Sunday: A double murder in paradise - who killed the Hollywood expats?
XL Bully ban
New measures due in coming months
New measures
XL bully dogs to be banned in Ireland
The Explainer Podcast
What is the American bully XL and do bans on certain dog breeds work?
The problem of dog attacks won't be solved with just a ban on certain breeds
Suzi Walsh
Banning the XL Bully won't protect the public in any real way
Paula Feaheny
After pints in Chequers, what next for the British-Irish bromance?
Ireland and the UK are friends again, and they’ve got the hangover to prove it.
Gavin Cooney: What I think about when I think about Germany's European Championship
Gavin Cooney
Rub shoulders with the stars and enjoy luxury living along the coast for €1,175,000
Budget 2025: Income tax cuts, inheritance tax changes and rent credit rise on the cards
Last week
14th July 2024 - 20th July 2024
Quiz: How much do you know about the first moon landing?
Kerry through to third consecutive final as they keep Armagh at arm's length
Shane Lowry loses ground as he struggles on rain-soaked day at The Open
New Fine Gael senator wants harsher punishments for drivers who park in disabled parking spaces
In a wide-ranging interview, Bradley talks about tackling disability issues, getting into politics and fertility post-cancer.
Here's what happened today: Saturday
Parenting: My daughter going to the Gaeltacht was a real lesson in letting go as a parent
Margaret Lynch
Galway through to first All-Ireland final since 2019 after win over Cork
EU supports decision by ICJ calling Israeli settlements 'illegal'
'I am 16, I was raped': How Irish aid is helping survivors of gender-based violence in Ethiopia
The majority of women and girls who use the safehouse are under 18 years of age and are pregnant when they arrive.