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Last week
14th April 2024 - 20th April 2024
'I've been on a mission since the night I ran out looking for him': Stardust families react
Tánaiste 'disappointed' that UN has not voted in favour of Palestine membership after US veto
Dr Fauci in Dublin: I'm concerned false info online could lead to further rise in measles cases
Dr Fauci said that he has been ‘extensively’ threatened by anti-vaxxers, but that doctors can’t be afraid to give out factual advice.
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
O'Neill 'sorry for every loss of life' in Troubles, says Kingsmill families deserve justice
Two men arrested in North Dublin over theft incidents, including multiple burglaries
TikTok and YouTube Shorts feeding male users misogynistic content, Irish research shows
The researchers tracked the content recommended content being fed to ten ‘sockpuppet’ accounts that identified as male on TikTok and Youtube Shorts.
Three men arrested in connection with attempted kidnapping and assault in Belfast
Search stood down after body found in search for missing man
'Life under Covid-19' pics from Irish photographers capture 'difficult time' in our history
Tánaiste calls Israeli ambassador's comments on Ireland recognising Palestine 'absurd'
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
FF Budget promises: More energy credits and a €10 child benefit boost
Gardaí investigating fire at Co Wicklow site earmarked for asylum seeker accommodation
This month
April 2024
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
A warning to social media firms and an appeal to Iran: Martin rallies troops at FF Ard Fheis
Micheál Martin said that Ireland is facing “enormous” challenges, but that the country “can and will overcome”.
Another Dublin primary school is to be divested from Catholic Church
Explainer: How the 'honeytrap' sexting scandal has rocked Westminster
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
RTÉ employees urged not to accept gifts worth over €100, told to declare all freebies
Teens in private residential care dropped off at Tusla HQ over safety concerns
Private operators of residential care homes for migrant teens had fears over grooming and drug use.
Evidence had been found which suggested teens were being groomed and at risk of sexual exploitation.
Requests to move the at-risk children weren't granted - so the private firm staff decided they needed to discharge the teens from their care.
Protocols brought in since the invasion of Ukraine mean the staff-to-children ratio in these facilities is not as strong as it is in Tusla care homes.
Over 100 Irish women travelling to Romania for endometriosis surgery every year
After 13 surgeries Sinead Murphy has given up on endometriosis care in Ireland. She's not alone.
“When I was seventeen a gynaecologist recommended that I get pregnant, because it would help.”
Some women with endometriosis have lost trust in the Irish health system
This investigation by The Journal and Noteworthy shows how these women often feel they have no choice but to travel abroad for treatment
Last month
March 2024
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Josepha Madigan unexpectedly resigns as Junior Minister and will not stand in next election
Madigan said she told Varadkar she would not be running again last summer.
Praise for Sinéad O'Connor's daughter Roísín Waters' rendition of 'Nothing Compares 2 U'
Meav McLoughlin Doyle details horrific abuse, and how reaching out for help led to the way out
Security guard suspended after video of asylum seeker being punched in Dublin accommodation centre
The man who was hit in the head told The Journal he has been in Tallaght Hospital today.
Varadkar says political life was 'never' for partner Matt as he laughs off 'legacy' questions
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
The Assisted Dying Committee released its landmark report backing new laws - here's why a split emerged
'I had my chance': Simon Coveney rules himself out of the running for FG leader
Poll: Who do you think will take over as Taoiseach and Fine Gael leader?
'Why's he in Japan?': Protesters say O’Gorman must answer questions over asylum seeker treatment
Asylum seekers who left Dublin Mountains camp attempt to find shelter for the night
One asylum seeker said he felt he was treated “like an animal” at the campsite he was bussed to.
President Higgins says people of Gaza will be in Ireland's thoughts this St Patrick's Day
Taoiseach accused of 'pandering to fears whipped up by far-right' in asylum seeker comments
Catherine Martin attends SXSW festival, says efforts ongoing to find other gigs for Irish acts