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Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
FPE Seán Kelly ag lorg cothromaíocht don Ghaeilge i bParlaimint na hEorpa
MEP Sean Kelly looks for equality for the Irish language in European Parliament
Plans lodged to extend DART services to Drogheda in 'significant step forward'
Conversion therapy in Ireland renounced by healthcare bodies with signing of memorandum today
Fianna Fáil says it wants a court to sit 24/7 in Dublin to tackle anti-social behaviour
Fire on the spire of Rouen's famous Gothic cathedral now 'contained'
The cause of the fire is currently unknown.
Climate Change Advisory Council says reliance on imported fossil fuels 'needs to end'
Kildare explorer Ernest Shackleton's shipwreck Endurance given extra protection
Shackleton and his men had been stranded on a tiny island off the coast of Antarctica when ship Endurance had been swallowed by ice.
Fine Gael hoping one of these two candidates will fill Richard Bruton's Dublin Bay North seat
Dublin 4 crèche issued closure order over 'heavy and widespread' rodent infestation
Met Éireann issues 24-hour Status Yellow rain warning for 18 counties for tomorrow
Nicki Minaj fans calling for refunds after 'disgraceful' Malahide Castle concert set
Top judges ‘in despair’ at lack of care places for vulnerable children
Barristers across Ireland to withdraw services tomorrow in protest against pay
Back to School Allowance to be paid out to over 126,000 families this week
Quiz: How well do you know your tennis trivia?
This month
July 2024
Quiz: How much do you know about strawberries?
Keir Starmer: Who is the UK's new Labour prime minister?
Bloodbath: Liz Truss, Jacob Rees-Mogg and Penny Mordaunt among top Tories booted out by UK voters
Ukrainian families staying in Co Clare village to be moved to locations up to 100km away
Locals in the village have staunchly protested the move, saying that those living in Loop Head are now “family”.
Man (40s) dies following a head injury while climbing at Benbulben yesterday
Last month
June 2024
Quiz: How much do you know about The Saw Doctors?
There's a LOT happening in Dublin this weekend - here's a handy travel guide
Are you ready for it? What to know about the Taylor Swift gigs at the Aviva
The pop star takes to the stage of the Aviva tonight for the first of her three-night stint in Dublin.
RTÉ criticised over 'privatisation' of Fair City and Late Late Show
Chairperson appointed to probe into drug that causes birth defects after almost a year's delay
Law banning sale of tobacco products to under 21s won't take effect until 2028
Aer Lingus cancellations: what to expect if you've booked to fly during industrial action
Taylor Swift fans across the world hit by cancelled Aer Lingus flights due to strike action
Did you hear loud music in Dublin last night? It was probably German heavy metal band Rammstein
Man arrested at Dublin Airport on suspicion of 1979 murder of Joseph James Porter in Co. Armagh
Fire that caused 'extensive damage' to 5G mast in Belfast being treated as arson attack
Quiz: How well do you know Meryl Streep?
This Dublin venue has been voted Ireland's favourite new building of 2024
Dubliners to pay higher property tax as new council also pledges new hotel tourist tax
Man (70s) hospitalised with serious injuries following collision in Sligo town
Motorcyclist (30s) dies following crash in Co Wicklow
Aer Lingus to cancel between 10% and 20% of flights as a result of industrial action by pilots