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Volcanic lava approaches key road on Hawaii’s Big Island
# Hawaii
# Hawaii

Volcanic lava approaches key road on Hawaii’s Big Island

21 minutes ago 736 Views 0 Comments

The molten rock could make the road impassable and force drivers to find alternate coastal routes in the north and south.

US unveils its new stealth bomber as tensions with China rise
# B21 Raider
# B21 Raider

US unveils its new stealth bomber as tensions with China rise

50 minutes ago 4,604 Views 9 Comments

Almost every aspect of the programme is classified.

Poll: Do you still send SMS text messages?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Do you still send SMS text messages?

1 hour ago 10,514 Views 13 Comments

The first text message was sent 30 years ago today.

Ukraine welcomes Russian oil price cap agreed by EU and G7
# Russia
# Russia

Ukraine welcomes Russian oil price cap agreed by EU and G7

Updated 1 hour ago 9,443 Views 4 Comments

The price cap will come into effect with an EU embargo on Russian crude oil from Monday.

Spotlight

Redacted Lives

The Journal’s new podcast series explores the impact of the mother and baby home system
Man murdered in shooting outside his home in Newry named as Mark Lovell
# Co Down
# Co Down

Man murdered in shooting outside his home in Newry named as Mark Lovell

1 hour ago 4,586 Views 0 Comments

Detectives from the Police Service Major Investigation Team have launched a murder investigation.

Jury begins deliberations in Harvey Weinstein’s Los Angeles trial
# Court
# Court

Jury begins deliberations in Harvey Weinstein’s Los Angeles trial

2 hours ago 2,159 Views 0 Comments

The jury trying the former Hollywood mogul heard from 49 witness in more than four weeks of evidence.

Ukrainian charity worker speaks of colleagues deaths in missile attack
# Andriy Klepikov
# Andriy Klepikov

Ukrainian charity worker speaks of colleagues deaths in missile attack

2 hours ago 2,679 Views 0 Comments

Andriy Klepikov is the Executive Director of the Alliance for Public Health in Ukraine and in Dublin to deliver a lecture and meet a Dáil committee.

Do you agree with our World Cup team of the tournament so far?
# Stars
From The42
# Stars

Do you agree with our World Cup team of the tournament so far?

3 hours ago 16,497 Views 18 Comments

France’s Kylian Mbappe and others who have stood out.

Macron and Musk meet for ‘honest discussion’ amid Twitter hate speech concerns
# Twitter
# Twitter

Macron and Musk meet for ‘honest discussion’ amid Twitter hate speech concerns

3 hours ago 5,073 Views 0 Comments

The French leader criticised the billionaire the day prior over Twitter’s relaxation of content moderation policies.

Redacted Lives: Listen to the fourth episode of our documentary series here
# Podcast
# Podcast

Redacted Lives: Listen to the fourth episode of our documentary series here

Updated 4 hours ago 6,394 Views 0 Comments

NEW EPISODE: Many survivors felt as though the Mother and Baby Homes Commission was a chance for society to learn what truly happened in these institutions. But it fell short of offering the closure many needed, leading experts to ask: how?

French port examining new Irish routes after being 'pushed' towards Ireland due to Brexit
# Dunkirk
# Dunkirk

French port examining new Irish routes after being 'pushed' towards Ireland due to Brexit

4 hours ago 19,544 Views 13 Comments

It is eyeing stronger links with Dublin Port and Rosslare Europort while creating new routes with southern ports.

A rethink to develop with Clare, marking Limerick attacking cousin and Munster title bid
# Paul Flanagan
From The42
# Paul Flanagan

A rethink to develop with Clare, marking Limerick attacking cousin and Munster title bid

4 hours ago 7,811 Views 1 Comment

Paul Flanagan’s hurling career has enjoyed a major renaissance.

England among the flawed contenders as World Cup gets to the serious business
# Preview
From The42
# Preview

England among the flawed contenders as World Cup gets to the serious business

5 hours ago 15,096 Views 13 Comments

We look ahead to the World Cup knockout games, which begin later today.

Opinion: The EU's climate weakness this week will be welcomed by the biggest polluters

Opinion: The EU's climate weakness this week will be welcomed by the biggest polluters

5 hours ago 3,003 Views 2 Comments

Trócaire’s Caoimhe de Barra says the EU watering down of legislation on big polluters this week was a huge disappointment.

'Sustainable' investment funds in Ireland hold over $3 billion in fossil fuels
# CLIMATE CRISIS
# CLIMATE CRISIS

'Sustainable' investment funds in Ireland hold over $3 billion in fossil fuels

5 hours ago 4,140 Views 4 Comments

An investigation across Europe found 388 ‘sustainable’ funds that invest in fossil fuel and aviation companies.

HSE brace for likely legal actions following cyber breach disclosures
# Cyber Attack
# Cyber Attack

HSE brace for likely legal actions following cyber breach disclosures

5 hours ago 7,582 Views 10 Comments

Solicitor Fred Logue told The Journal that patients and staff are entitled to compensation for material and non-material losses under GDPR.

Fermoy latest town to be visited by anti-immigration campaigners and misinformation
# The Morning Lead
# The Morning Lead

Fermoy latest town to be visited by anti-immigration campaigners and misinformation

12 hours ago 26,817 Views 48 Comments
  • After protests in East Wall, campaigners look to seize on anti-immigration sentiment.
  • Cork man Derek Blighe has undertaken a tour of the country over the past month to take part in anti-immigration rallies.
  • Fermoy locals hitting back with counter protest today.

Yesterday's News

Man goes on trial over burglary at Wicklow home of singer Mary Coughlan
# Courts
# Courts

Man goes on trial over burglary at Wicklow home of singer Mary Coughlan

12 hours ago 12,846 Views 0 Comments

Darren Carton (41) has pleaded not guilty to the burglary of the property in January 2021.

Mary Lou McDonald says coalition deal with Fine Gael 'a long shot', but doesn't rule it out

Mary Lou McDonald says coalition deal with Fine Gael 'a long shot', but doesn't rule it out

12 hours ago 12,277 Views 0 Comments

Speaking on The Late Late Show, the Sinn Féin leader said she believed that all parties should talk to each other.

Amazon loses a tenth of its vegetation in four decades, report says
# Deforestation
# Deforestation

Amazon loses a tenth of its vegetation in four decades, report says

13 hours ago 6,351 Views 8 Comments

From 1985 to 2021, the deforested area surged from 490,000 square kilometres to 1,250,000 square kilometres.

Student climate strikers mark four years of weekly protests outside Dáil
# Climate Change
# Climate Change

Student climate strikers mark four years of weekly protests outside Dáil

14 hours ago 5,121 Views 6 Comments

Climate Minister Eamon Ryan described the weekly protests as “inspirational”.

Shillelagh and letters belonging to Michael Collins to go under the hammer at auction
# Michael Collins
# Michael Collins

Shillelagh and letters belonging to Michael Collins to go under the hammer at auction

14 hours ago 9,445 Views 9 Comments

An estimated price of €3,000 to €4,000 has been set for “The Big Fella’s Shillelagh”.

Munster recover from sloppy start to record bonus point victory over Edinburgh
# Comeback
From The42
# Comeback

Munster recover from sloppy start to record bonus point victory over Edinburgh

14 hours ago 32,338 Views 46 Comments

Graham Rowntree’s men have now won three on the spin.

Ten students suspected of cheating in Junior Cert exams have results permanently withheld
# Junior Cycle
# Junior Cycle

Ten students suspected of cheating in Junior Cert exams have results permanently withheld

14 hours ago 32,058 Views 0 Comments

The decision to withhold a result or marks is open to appeal.

Lord Mayor has 'no regrets' about not having live animal crib at Mansion House
# Dublin
# Dublin

Lord Mayor has 'no regrets' about not having live animal crib at Mansion House

15 hours ago 13,552 Views 23 Comments

Caroline Conroy told The Journal that she was happy with her decision.

Switzerland progress to last-16 with thrilling, ill-tempered win over Serbia
# Swiss On A Roll
From The42
# Swiss On A Roll

Switzerland progress to last-16 with thrilling, ill-tempered win over Serbia

15 hours ago 21,225 Views 4 Comments

Remo Freuler’s goal was decisive in a 3-2 win.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday
# The Evening Fix
# The Evening Fix

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

15 hours ago 5,435 Views 0 Comments

Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.

Prosecution lawyers: Evidence against Graham Dwyer is 'overwhelming' to preserve conviction
# Court Of Appeal
# Court Of Appeal

Prosecution lawyers: Evidence against Graham Dwyer is 'overwhelming' to preserve conviction

Updated 15 hours ago 30,412 Views 0 Comments

Dwyer repeatedly interrupted Sean Guerin SC, who is representing the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Palliative care supports to be provided to boy with cancer after case raised in the Dáil
# Tipperay
# Tipperay

Palliative care supports to be provided to boy with cancer after case raised in the Dáil

17 hours ago 22,056 Views 17 Comments

A harrowing letter detailing the family’s situation was read into the Dáil record yesterday.

Defence department hiring civilian for €151k role to spearhead new change plan
# Transformation
# Transformation

Defence department hiring civilian for €151k role to spearhead new change plan

18 hours ago 22,422 Views 18 Comments

The role will support the Chief of Staff directly and ‘drive, support, advise and enable the future transformation’ of the Defence Forces.

Man killed in Monaghan house suffered 'violent death', say gardaí
# Monaghan Deaths
# Monaghan Deaths

Man killed in Monaghan house suffered 'violent death', say gardaí

Updated 18 hours ago 43,144 Views 0 Comments

Gardaí are investigating links between the murder and a second death in Monaghan yesterday.

Bumper €5 billion worth of corporation tax collected in November as Donohoe urges caution
# Exchequer Returns
# Exchequer Returns

Bumper €5 billion worth of corporation tax collected in November as Donohoe urges caution

18 hours ago 19,722 Views 33 Comments

A total of €77.5 billion has been collected by the Exchequer so far in 2022.

Suarez torments Ghana, but is left in tears as Uruguay crash out in remarkable late twist
# Haunted
From The42
# Haunted

Suarez torments Ghana, but is left in tears as Uruguay crash out in remarkable late twist

18 hours ago 33,992 Views 19 Comments

In the end the only happiness was glorying in others’ despair, writes Gavin Cooney from the Al Janoub Stadium in Qatar.

Packages containing animal eyes sent to six Ukrainian embassies across Europe, Kyiv says
# EU
# EU

Packages containing animal eyes sent to six Ukrainian embassies across Europe, Kyiv says

19 hours ago 10,288 Views 6 Comments

Ukraine’s foreign minister said they have grounds to believe that a “well-planned campaign of terror and intimidation of Ukrainian embassies and consulates is under way”.

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones files for personal bankruptcy following $1 billion court ruling
# US
# US

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones files for personal bankruptcy following $1 billion court ruling

19 hours ago 12,759 Views 7 Comments

He has been ordered to pay nearly $1.5 billion in damages over his false claim that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a hoax.

Know your sport? Take our weekly quiz
# Let's Get Quizzical
From The42
# Let's Get Quizzical

Know your sport? Take our weekly quiz

19 hours ago 22,086 Views 5 Comments

How well do you remember the week’s headlines?

Full abortion services to be commissioned in Northern Ireland
# Northern Ireland
# Northern Ireland

Full abortion services to be commissioned in Northern Ireland

19 hours ago 5,072 Views 16 Comments

Northern Ireland’s abortion laws were liberalised in 2019, but the Department of Health never centrally commissioned the rollout of full services due to a political impasse at Stormont.

Working group to decide whether to rename Trinity College library named after slave-owner
# Trinity
# Trinity

Working group to decide whether to rename Trinity College library named after slave-owner

20 hours ago 19,377 Views 25 Comments

Trinity’s main library was named in 1978 after the renowned philosopher George Berkeley, who was a slave-owner.

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