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Switzerland have won Eurovision with Ireland's Bambie Thug finishing sixth
The 68th Eurovision Song Contest concluded in Malmö after a chaotic week.
Tensions between acts over Israel's presence on display at Eurovision press conference
The Dutch act called on Israel’s singer to answer a question about performers’ safety concerns.
RTÉ Eurovision chief: If we withdraw that's the end of the Olympics, the end of the World Cup
Large-scale protest planned in Malmö today to coincide with Israel's Eurovision appearance
Security is likely to be stepped up within the city today, ahead of the Israeli singer’s performance in the second semi-final.
Watch: Sweden gave 'King of Eurovision' Johnny Logan a return to the big stage last night
The Irish singer belted out ‘Euphoria’ – the 2012 winner by the only other person to have won the contest twice, Sweden’s Loreen.
Bambie Thug says EBU 'ordered' change to Ogham make-up that spelled out pro-Palestine messages
Eurovision: Bambie Thug confirms they will perform in final after qualifying from semis tonight
The Cork-born ‘witch’ broke a bleak spell for Ireland at the competition by finishing among the top ten acts tonight.
'Crown the Witch': Raucous cheers for Bambie Thug in Malmö have Irish fans dreaming
Travelling fans were in buoyant form after last night’s full dress rehearsal, held amid tightened security at Malmö Arena.
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This year
2024
Emmet Bergin - best-known for his role as Dick Moran in Glenroe - has died
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Top earners list: Tubridy earned over half a million euro in his last full year working for RTÉ
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Poll: Do you have secure online passwords?
Department of Foreign Affairs in contact with 'small number of Irish citizens in Gaza'
Commissioner told 'credibility of gardaí at stake' as TD warns of potential 'Jo Cox moment'
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President Higgins issues apology over remarks about security forum chair following criticism
Met Éireann's head of forecasting Evelyn Cusack is retiring today
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Sweden have won the Eurovision to equal Ireland's record of seven song contest wins
Tractors, unicorns and Edgar Allan Poe: Ten acts to look out for at tonight's Eurovision final
Former RTÉ Director General says Patrick Kielty would be 'brilliant choice' for Late Late
Eurovision: Another ten acts have made it through to complete the lineup for the final
'Nothing feels authentic': Why is Ireland flatlining at Eurovision and what needs to happen?
Ireland's Wild Youth have crashed out of Eurovision at the semi-final stage
Eurovision: Everything you need to know as Ireland's Wild Youth compete in the first semi-final
Notes from the Eurovision: X Factor-style climax axed by BBC and the Irish are 'feeling good'
Explainer: What is the Good Friday Agreement?
Officials now planning for Biden to arrive in Belfast on 11 April and Dublin the following day
Poll: Did you spot the Northern Lights this week?