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Deaths of two more Israeli hostages in Gaza confirmed, as Palestinians flee bombing in Khan Younis
Kamala Harris, the prosecutor turned Veep who's now a White House frontrunner
Three people arrested for public order offences after anti-immigration rally in Dundalk
Endorsements and campaign funding pour in for Kamala Harris after Joe Biden drops out
Democratic fundraising group ActBlue said last night that it had seen its biggest single-day haul of the 2024 election.
21st July 2024
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Three people in hospital after collision between police vehicle and car in Belfast
Gardaí investigating after body of man in his 40s discovered in Gorey, Co Wexford
Israeli military to vaccinate soldiers against polio after high levels found in Gaza sewage
Last week
14th July 2024 - 20th July 2024
Longford locals 'shocked' after man in his 70s shot through living room window
'Black hole': Israel must end torture and indefinite detention of Palestinians from Gaza - Amnesty
Bus service through two Limerick City areas not likely to return in the near future, union says
Aer Lingus pilots to vote on deal that would see pay rise by 17.75%
Mary Lou McDonald reports death threat to Gardaí after man posts video saying he would 'shoot her dead'
While wearing a black mask, the man in the video said he would shoot the Sinn Féin leader “for free”.
Two arrested in cross-border probe into more than 50 fraud reports
Coolock violence 'not an issue of community engagement', Taoiseach says
Coolock: GRA has sought an urgent meeting with the Commissioner amid Public Order Unit concerns
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'.
Historical human remains found near new marina on Ulster Canal in Co Monaghan
Humpback whales sighted off Kerry coast as they return to Irish waters
The whales were sighted by local fishermen who tipped off safari boat captains.
'I'm supposed to be dead': Trump lands in Milwaukee for convention after assassination attempt
This month
July 2024
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
Nancy Pelosi (and George Clooney) ramp up the pressure on Joe Biden
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Decision on use of vacant Baggot Street hospital should be made within 6 months - Labour
Irish woman in Dubai 'victim of domestic violence and charged with attempted suicide', Dáil hears
Ireland's greenhouse gases fell to their lowest level since 1990 last year
The EPA has stressed that Ireland is still falling far short of the change needed to meet EU and self-imposed targets.
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Ossian Smyth pulls out of race to be Green Party deputy leader, saying it should be a woman
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Projection: Left alliance set to defeat far-right in French parliamentary elections
Today’s second round of voting saw another large turnout.
'Our pain will be the next generation's gain': Footballers speak out about alleged historical abuse
Disability advocates to strike after 'failure' by management to follow through on pay deal
Israel strikes school in Gaza as Hamas says open to hostage deal without permanent ceasefire
What will a Keir Starmer premiership mean for Ireland?
Starmer has made campaign promises in some policy areas that would affect Anglo-Irish relations.
After seven failed attempts, Nigel Farage is elected as an MP as Reform gain foothold
Netanyahu tells Biden Israel sending delegation to resume ceasefire negotiations with Hamas