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Tuesday 16 July 2024 Dublin: 16°C
Taoiseach says inheritance tax changes deserve consideration for October's budget
Chaos in Coolock: How a day of violence and conspiracy erupted in north Dublin
Jack Black cancels Tenacious D tour after band mate jokes about Trump shooting on stage
Six charged in relation to Coolock incident, bringing total to 21
Political row over Von der Leyen vote as Fianna Fáil MEPs rule out their support
Only 158 new social housing units were built in the first three months of this year
SPOTLIGHT
Chaos in Coolock
Violent disturbances at a site earmarked to accommodate people seeking international protection
Outbreak
Clashes with gardaí after fires break out at the site
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Motorists diverted and a video shows Dublin Bus being targeted
Condemnation
Taoiseach condemns ‘reprehensible’ and ‘criminal’ acts
charged
15 people appear in court charged with public order offences
'My beautiful boy': Jay Slater's mother shares heartbreak as his body is formally identified
Funeral of 13-year-old footballer Zara Murphy hears she was 'one in a million'
Man who habitually raped and assaulted wife during '25 years of hell' given life sentence
Tánaiste has 'no issue' with President convening Council of State over controversial Defence bill
Coolock: Four more people due in court as GRA criticises slow rollout of public order unit
Fifteen people have already appeared before the courts.
Justice Minister Helen McEntee said she expects more arrests to be made.
Almost 200 gardai were involved in dealing with the disorder.
Taoiseach Simon Harris said the scenes were' reprehensible'.
Waterways Ireland sent for trial over homeless man paralysed by digger on Dublin canal bank
World's rarest whale may have washed ashore in New Zealand
If confirmed, this will be the seventh specimen of the whale ever recorded.
Woman accused of 'milkshaking' Nigel Farage in Clacton denies assault charges
Micheál Martin announces €15m funding to tackle child hunger while in Kenya and Ethiopia
No slushies for children under four, says FSAI
SPOTLIGHT
Voices
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
Roberta Metsola re-elected as President of European Parliament
JD Vance: The one-time ‘Never Trump guy’ who is now the former president's running mate
Gareth Southgate resigns as England football manager following Euro 2024 final defeat
How arson attacks on properties linked to asylum seekers have escalated over the last six years
Fires at a site in Coolock is the latest arson attack related to anti-migrant groups.
Two Omagh hauliers sentenced for tampering with device that measures speed and distance
Petrol and paint bombs thrown as PSNI clash with young people in south Belfast
Coolock violence 'not an issue of community engagement', Taoiseach says
Poll: Should Ireland reward 'climate-friendly' tourists?
IPAS postpones eviction orders for some Direct Provision residents
US expresses 'serious concern' over 'unacceptably high' civilian death toll in Gaza
SPOTLIGHT
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
Coolock: 15 people appear in court charged with public order offences
Biden admits it was mistake to say he wanted to put 'bullseye' on Donald Trump
Tusla under fire for failure to classify child abuse allegations
National target of 8 weeks for both probate and conveyancing to be set
Trump appears with bandaged ear at Republican convention after assassination attempt
Govt aims to 'significantly increase' number of Traveller and Roma children sitting Leaving Cert
Von der Leyen, Ukraine and picking your patch: What's in store for Ireland's MEPs on Week One?
A number of important ceremonial and procedural votes are taking place in France this week which will determine the direction of this new Parliament.
Yesterday
15th July 2024
Coolock: 15 charged and pepper spray used by gardaí following fire at site of anti-immigrant protests
Emergency services were at the scene throughout today.
Taoiseach Simon Harris said the protests are 'criminal and designed to sow fear and division'.
A number of Garda vehicles were also damaged.
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Ohio senator and 'Hillbilly Elegy' author JD Vance announced as Trump's pick for VP
Woman (30s) dies and two men airlifted to hospital following two-vehicle collision in Carlow
Taoiseach Simon Harris condemns ‘reprehensible’ and ‘criminal’ actions in Coolock
SF immigration policy will soon be pinned to the mast as McDonald denies any pivot to the right