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Maximum validity of prescriptions extended to one year, as govt aims to reduce pressure on GPs
Drone food delivery firm says it plans to address noise complaints as it starts D15 deliveries
New national plan to manage and prevent waste in Ireland to be launched today
Up to 8 former Irish MEPs taking legal action against European Parliament over cuts to their pensions
The Journal contacted all MEPs who have previously been identified as recipients of the fund.
29th February 2024
At least 43 killed in fire at shopping centre in Bangladesh
RTÉ crisis deepens
The RTÉ board chair quit after the media minister failed to express confidence – now what?
Catherine Martin failed to express confidence in the board chair in a Prime Time interview
Siún Ni Raghallaigh was left with no choice but to quit after another chaotic week
It's emerged Ní Raghallaigh indicated she may quit ahead of the minister's interview
'A horrendous period': Watch the DG take to a loudhailer at a staff rally
Sarah Everard’s killer Wayne Couzens ‘should never have been a police officer’, inquiry finds
President Higgins 'in excellent spirits', will remain in hospital overnight
New novel from acclaimed Irish author Sally Rooney to be published in September
Dublin Zoo announce the death of 'iconic' 45-year-old orangutan Sibu
Commissioner says gardaí continuing to investigate arson attacks
Lawyers for No group label referendum proposal as ‘unclear’ and ‘toothless’
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Fianna Fáil adds senators Chambers and Blaney to 'ambitious' Midlands-North West ticket
Over 100 people killed as Israeli soldiers fire on Gazans rushing to aid trucks, health ministry says
Witnesses said Israeli soldiers opened fire as people pulled flour and canned goods off trucks.
Israeli officials have denied blocking supplies.
The reported attack comes as aid agencies intensified warnings over Gaza's humanitarian situation, with famine threatening.
Builder gets injunction against protesters blocking site for emergency Ukrainian accommodation
Man charged with murder of father who was found dead in Dublin home on Tuesday
Department officials set to discuss age assessment process for unaccompanied minors, PAC hears
Man arrested after €612,000 worth of cannabis found in carry-on bag at Dublin Airport
'Unjust' detention for Irish anti-corruption activist in Iraq ends after charges dropped
'I hated every second of my civilian job': Irish troops on what it's like to work on the Golan
Niall O’Connor reports from the Golan Heights, where Irish troops have been receiving their service medals today.
Golden handshakes: How common are the big exit packages we're seeing in the news?
IFI welcomes fine imposed on Irish Water for chemical discharges that killed 2,000 fish
Tusla has cut ties with two for-profit agencies housing vulnerable children following audit
Speeding and mobile phone use cited as concerns by gardaí amid spike in road deaths
Dáil told of threats to burn down Kildare hotel after 'disgusting lie' that girl had been raped
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RTÉ told staff to take our medicine because we were all equal – that was wrong
Ciaran Mullooly
Where are we now in the race for the White House?
Larry Donnelly
Helping Ukrainians flee war along with their pets is the right thing to do
Suzi Walsh
I looked around the rage room I'd just trashed and had the urge to tidy up
Niamh O'Reilly
RTÉ News appoints Evelyn O'Rourke as new arts and media correspondent
Goodbody Stockbrokers fined €1.2m by Central Bank for failing to track suspicious transactions
Ireland is being fined €10,000 a day for a delay in changing online safety rules
Tributes paid to 'much loved' 10-year-old boy who died in hospital days after being hit by van
'It's shocking': Irish staff at The Body Shop told they won't get last pay cheque as stores close
Funeral takes place for 'kind soul' Ann Delaney who died homeless on Aungier Street
One of the most chaotic by-elections in recent British history is happening today
Michael O'Leary says Ryanair has axed plans for more Dublin routes because of passenger cap
The Covid leap day: Experts look back on 2020 and ahead to 2028
The first case of Covid was reported in Ireland on 29 February 2020.
Paul Pogba banned from football for four years for doping
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Debunked: Audio of Gordon Ramsay praising Irish protestors is fabricated, likely by AI
Ireland's oldest woman Bridget Tierney dies at the age of 108