More than 4,000 children are now homeless according to latest Govt figures
22nd February 2024
Ex-legal secretary for former Iceland owner awarded €77k over 'intolerable' contract breach
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11th February 2024 - 17th February 2024
As global outcry over Gaza grows, a Tel Aviv politics expert tells us what Israelis think
Here’s what polling says about Israelis’ view of the military action in Gaza, its humanitarian cost and Netanyahu.
Woman (37) appears in court charged with murder of six-year-old son Matthew Healy
Funeral for Matthew Healy to take place in Co Cork later this week
This month
February 2024
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
British Govt stops funding for Kneecap over rap group's 'opposition to the United Kingdom'
Jesuits receive 93 complaints of abuse by ex-priest, as it names two other suspected abusers
Govt dismisses recommendation to alter Garda role for prosecuting court cases
GSOC finds 'no misconduct' by gardaí in case of man who died in court holding cell
Council responding as 'matter of urgency' to concerns over sex offenders placed in hostel
Some residents are understood to have said they felt threatened over the placements.
Regulator seized thousands of records during surprise search of Eircom's offices last summer
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
PayPal proposes cutting 205 jobs among its Irish workforce
Irish farmers to hold rallies today in solidarity with protests by EU counterparts
Last month
January 2024
Government defeats Sinn Féin motion calling on intervention in genocide case against Israel
Golden handshake report: RTÉ did 'not comply with' rules for exit scheme for former CFO
Michael O'Leary says Ryanair has 'nothing to apologise for' after it bulk buys housing estate
Auditor suggests council dock Deputy Mayor's expenses to help recoup €700k landfill bill
Ryanair reveals it's purchased 25 homes for cabin crew staff in Swords housing estate
Tumblr latest platform to challenge Ireland’s incoming online safety regulations
Lottery to change adverts after complaint about unclaimed prizes 'going back to the community'
Sinn Féin demands operator of 999 call centres enter talks with staff to avert strike action
'Number of anomalies' found during in-depth survey of grounds at Tipperary Mother and Baby Home
Sean Ross Abbey in Roscrea was one of the largest and most notorious mother and baby institutions in the State, with a total of 1,090 children dying there across almost four decades.
Tánaiste calls Netanyahu's rejection of two-state solution 'unacceptable' ahead of EU meeting
Tensions at 999 call centres as workers 'bid' for holidays 18 months in advance
The Irish hotel: From the foundation of the GAA to a battleground in Ireland's refugee crisis
Govt 'failure' for towns sheltering refugees 'feeds anti-migrant narrative', say locals
Roscommon TD Claire Kerrane said promises to resource towns and villages receiving asylum seekers have regularly not received any follow through.
Locals question silence over future of 28 homes in Swords
The homes are in the housing minister’s constituency of Dublin Fingal.
Reddit takes Ireland's media regulator to court in bid to overturn online safety designation
The website was named on a list of ten designated video sharing platforms last week by Coimisiún na Meán.
Reddit Inc is seeking to overturn Coimisiún na Meán's attempt to place the website on a designated list of video sharing platforms.
The company, which is represented by legal firm A&L Goodbody, has filed for a judicial review against the media watchdog.
Emergency services battle fire at workshop in Rathgar
Roscrea protesters criticised over scuffles with gardaí as children arrived to hotel
Integration Minister Roderic O’Gorman is to speak to Tipperary TDs about additional supports for the town this week.
Garda sergeant charged with assaulting suspect and attempting to pervert the course of justice
The case was heard at Waterford District Court on Monday.
The case has been taken by the Director of Public Prosecutions on foot of a GSOC investigation.
The sergeant is accused of asking a more junior garda not to record an incident in which he allegedly assaulted a suspect.
Garda who interviewed Kenneally in 1980s 'got promotion through FF connections’, inquiry hears
The inquiry heard claims of a previously unknown meeting involving gardaí about Bill Kenneally.
Basketball club sought resignation of child abuser after recognising him in RTÉ TV report
The inquiry examining allegations around the abuse of children by a former sports coach sat again in Dublin today.
Psychiatrist disputes claim by ex-FF TD that he treated Bill Kenneally after sex abuse claims
Two men arrested in Dublin as part of investigation into fatal Tipperary assault