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Commemorative events take place for those who lost their lives during the pandemic
Today’s ceremonies will honour theose who have died with Covid as well as workers, volunteers, and the general public for their efforts over the past two years.
President Higgins calls for ceasefire in Ukraine during St Patrick's Day message
Higgins said the sacrifices made by frontline workers across society during the pandemic should not be forgotten.
Poll: Would you like to speak more Irish in your daily life?
An bhfuil Gaeilge agat?
National Children First Awareness Week starts this week, here’s everything you need to know
With National Children First Awareness Week running this week, we’ve put together this guide for you on what it all means.
Energy prices: Government moving to ease financial pressure but 'won't be able to do it all'
Martin said he expects the European Commission to suggest alternative cost-cutting measures by the end of the month.
Open Thread: How has your relationship with the Irish language evolved?
Are you a born-again Gaeilgeoir or just not interested after your time in school? We want to hear from you.
Cargo ship carrying Russian oil docks at Dublin port despite union concerns
The vessel is due to depart Dublin port at midday tomorrow.
Beatha teanga í a labhairt: Is the Irish language thriving or merely surviving?
The Good Information Project wants you to join the discussion.
Quiz: What year did these acts headline Electric Picnic?
There have been some excellent headliners over the years, but how well do you know them?
Pentagon sees ‘no evidence’ yet of Belarusian troops moving inside Ukraine
The Ukrainian military says Kyiv may soon be encircled, with Russian forces moving in on areas north and west of the capital.
Russian forces are currently encircling at least four major Ukrainian cities.
More than 2.5 million people have fled Ukraine so far, according to the UN.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin said neighbouring countries are very concerned about where Russian leader Vladimir Putin might go next.
The world of the mega-rich oligarchs and how it's being exploded by Putin
Ireland needs to have ‘fundamental rethink’ over security, says Coveney
Irish student and eight others are still in Ukraine after car suffers several punctures
The Department of Foreign Affairs told Racheal’s family they will do their best to put arrangements in place to get her home.
Renewed appeal for witnesses after 'cowardly attack by unknown criminals' on Cavan Garda
Garda Padraig Scott remains off duty after being injured during the 27 February assault.
Quiz: Did these Australian stars get their start on Neighbours or Home and Away?
Do you know Summer Bay from Erinsborough?
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, now into an eleventh day, has seen more than 1.5 million people flee the country.
Privacy, decentralisation and regulation - what we can expect to change on the internet?
We’ve spent the last few weeks attempting to answer if Ireland and Europe are ready for the new digital age.
Two pedestrians hospitalised following collision in Dublin
The incident happened at around 8pm yesterday evening.
'We don't want to leave anybody behind': How ready is Ireland for the digital transition?
Ireland has some big targets to hit in the next eight years when it comes to getting people and workforces online. Will it happen?
Here are the main points to know on the eighth day of Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Russian and Ukrainian delegations have agreed to create humanitarian corridors for civilians fleeing intensifying fighting.
Irish building supplies firm withdraws from Russian market
CRH management said the withdrawal had been in the works for some time but was accelerated over the weekend.
Have you seen Stefan? Appeal for information on missing 35-year-old
Stefan Buincianu was last seen in Dublin 8 on Monday.
Here are the main points to know on the seventh day of fighting in Ukraine
Russian airborne troops landed in Ukraine’s second-largest city last night sparking immediate and “ongoing” fighting.
Juice can filled with beans and spider in a cocktail: FSAI handled 3,400 complaints last year
The majority of complaints from the public were over unfit food or poor hygiene standards, according to the FSAI.
Garda injured during 'serious and concerning attack' in Co Cavan
The injured garda was found disorientated and “saturated with an accelerant”.
Quiz: How well do you know Johnny Cash?
One quiz at a time.
Charities express dismay as over 9,000 people in emergency accommodation in January
Official homeless figures for January indicate that there are now 6,587 adults and 2,563 children accessing emergency accommodation.
Russian forces capture Chernobyl as EU leaders agree 'sanctions that bite'
Leaders of the G7 said they are ready to tackle any possible disruptions to energy supplies
Ukraine’s Health Minister says 57 people have been killed, and 169 more were wounded
EU leaders gathered for an emergency summit and agreed to punish Russia with "severe" sanctions
Russian police have detained more than 1,700 people at anti-war protests across dozens of cities
Government awarded E grade over child homelessness and urged to take immediate action
In December 2021 there were 1,077 families experiencing homelessness and 2,451 homeless children.
Coronavirus: 11,671 new PCR-confirmed cases and 8,515 positive antigen tests reported since Friday
The Department of Health confirmed the latest figures this afternoon.
Coronavirus: 9,441 new cases and 639 patients in hospital, including 58 in ICU
The Department of Health confirmed the latest figures this afternoon.
Man arrested following armed robbery on Dublin's Grafton Street
The man was taken to Pearse Street Garda Station where he is currently detained.
Rents up 10% and 'out of control' as properties available hits all-time low
There were just 1,397 homes available to rent nationwide on 1 February, according to Daft.
Poll: Do you trust social media platforms with your data?
User data is central to the ad business of Facebook and other social media platforms alike.
Survey finds over 40% of childcare workers are actively looking for job in another sector
A Siptu childcare study found that low pay is driving workers out of the profession.
DSPCA 'steps away' from fundraiser after concerns raised over impact of NFTs
The animal charity last week launched a fundraising campaign selling “reimagined viral dog memes” as NFTs.
Dublin councillors again defer vote to fill Anthony Flynn's council seat
ICHH volunteer Geraldine Molloy was put forward last October by a number of Independent councillors to fill the seat.
'Vile and appalling': Members of Lion King cast and crew subjected to racist abuse in Dublin
It’s understood that the crew were subjected to verbal abuse by a group of male youths.
'It's put me off having more kids': Your stories of childcare in Ireland during the pandemic
We asked parents to share their stories. Here’s what they told us.