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Sunday 25 February 2024 Dublin: 3°C
Coastal erosion will wipe out many ancient seaside sites and monuments
Escalating storms and extreme weather caused by climate change will increase coastal erosion with many Irish landmarks unable to be saved, experts say.
A number of monuments and historical buildings already falling into the sea
Nationwide climate hazard map of threatened sites set to be launched
Government: Managed loss of history ‘must be addressed’
Yesterday
24th February 2024
Arsenal maintain Premier League title charge with demolition of Newcastle
3-4 for Con O'Callaghan as Dublin blow Kerry away
Quiz: Can you name the chocolate bar from the chocolate?
The Evening Fix: Saturday
SPOTLIGHT
RTÉ crisis deepens
The RTÉ board chair quit after the media minister failed to express confidence – so what happens now?
Intervention
Catherine Martin failed to express confidence in the board chair in a Prime Time interview
Resignation
Siún Ni Raghallaigh was left with no choice but to quit after another chaotic week
Escalation
How events have played out in the wake of Ni Raghallaigh's resignation
Negotiation
Kevin Bakhurst has asked former execs to waive confidentiality over exit deals
Larry Donnelly: Quick takes on US politics - where are we now in the race for the White House?
RTÉ says Kneecap agreed not to wear pro-Palestine badges on The Late Late, but did anyway
Dublin man arrested in prison 'drone drugs bust' had €180k in alleged crime proceeds, court told
Illegal cigarette factory shut down in Dublin
'We're fighters like you': Ukraine's Ireland ambassador warns against war fatigue on anniversary
Ireland march on in Grand Slam bid after BP win over Wales
Alexei Navalny's body has been returned to his mother, over a week after his death
Review launched at University Hospital Limerick following woman's death one day after losing baby
Eiffel Tower to reopen tomorrow as strike action ends
Tánaiste pledges ongoing support to Ukraine as rallies take place to mark second anniversary of invasion
SPOTLIGHT
A year after the quakes
On the ground in earthquake-hit regions of Turkey
Slow recovery
Thousands still live in containers and tents
Displaced
'The earthquake was a year ago, but every day we relive the same trauma'
Podcast
What is life like in Turkey right now?
Refugees
People who fled Syria now face rebuilding their lives again
Strikes kill dozens in Gaza, as Israel's war cabinet is to meet after talks with Hamas
PSNI arrest man (22) on extradition warrant issued by Spanish authorities for murder
Death toll from Valencia apartment fire rises to 10 after body discovered inside building
Poll: Today is Ireland Reads day - How many books do you read in a year?
Man arrested and €180,000 in cash seized as part of operation on supply of drugs into prisons
Donald Trump expected to easily defeat Nikki Haley in Republican primary in her home state
Surrealing in the Years: UK Pleasure Boys can teach us all a valuable lesson
Ukraine vows to triumph over 'darkness' as country marks second anniversary of Russian invasion
Why Charlemont is the end of the line for the MetroLink - and not Stephen’s Green
SPOTLIGHT
Voices
A wide mix of viewpoints, analysis and first-hand experiences
The people of the West Bank are stuck in hellish game they never agreed to play
Hannah McCarthy
My dad was in the Orange Order, but I'd probably vote for a United Ireland
Emma DeSouza
We need to get real about the dangers of smartphone use by young children
Dr Catherine Conlon
The Hen Harrier is the canary in the coal mine for upland biodiversity in Ireland
Ciaran Brennan
Privately owned Moon lander believed to have 'tipped' sideways but is ‘stable’
'Ireland has become a second home for me': Ukrainians building careers in Ireland
Who's running in the European elections? Here are the declared candidates so far
Minister seeks advice on taxpayers' €4.2m invested in companies in illegal Israeli settlements
Rights watchdog alarmed at 'arbitrary removal' of Irish social media posts about Palestine
Government urged to investigate soaring baby formula prices as families struggle
An official UK investigation found manufacturers have hiked prices more than their costs increased – and enjoyed high profit margins.
St Vincent de Paul has noted an increase in callers struggling with infant formula costs.
Families who use it spend hundreds of euro per year on formula, and prices have climbed 18-22% since 2021.
A new probe is underway into Britain's market, which like Ireland's is dominated by Nestlé and Danone.
Last week
18th February 2024 - 24th February 2024
Blinken says there should be 'no Israeli reoccupation of Gaza' as Netanyahu proposes post-war plan
Ireland U20s down Wales to extend Grand Slam ambitions
Damien Duff's Shelbourne beat champions Shamrock Rovers
Private spacecraft is 'alive and well' after touching down on Moon for first time yesterday
Gardaí investigating after body of woman (50s) found in Cork home
Nine people dead after fire engulfs two apartment blocks in Spain
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Ireland earn draw with Italy in first game of 2024