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Last week
2nd June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Naval vessels recycled rather than sold due to concerns the ships could end up with a ‘warlord’
Last month
May 2024
Heather Humphreys did not want Covid-19 to be recognised as an occupational illness
This year
Ministers and TDs paid out over €186,000 on PR and digital marketing last year
Met Éireann planning new weather warning system, taking account of warming climate
Last year
'Truly horrific': Correspondence to Justice Minister called for her to resign after Dublin riots
An Garda Síochána spent nearly €370,000 on centenary medals last year
Cliffs of Moher visitors complain about feeling 'scammed' and 'ripped off' over charges
Mater Hospital requested additional garda patrols due to drug dealing in Emergency Department
Irish Rail shut loophole where free travel pass holders were booking seats on multiple trains
Varadkar was told to prepare for 'controversial traditionalist views' ahead of Jacob Rees-Mogg meeting
Sharp rise in anti-social behaviour on trains in last three months
More than €111 million in social welfare overpayments uncovered last year
Meta paying back sizeable electricity bill after ESB error saw firm undercharged for 18 months
HSE has 'significant concerns' it will continue to miss emergency department targets
Parents of children with learning disabilities slam Varadkar over 'slow learners' remark
Department officials were hoping for a 'Hail Mary' last year due refugee accommodation issues
RTE's Liveline was the most complained-about show last year
Driving testers raised concerns after RSA allowed cars without valid NCT to be used for test
St Vincent's creates list of Catholic iconography to return to orders after shares transfer
Forensic Science Ireland offices dealt with spate of mice infestations in past year
All time
Data Protection Commission warned legal costs could drain resources, document shows
Hospitals recorded hundreds each of violent incidents by patients in 2021 alone
HSE flagged over 3,000 Covid-19 social media posts due to misinformation
Tourism Ireland was worried article about visit cost for holidaymakers would get 'amplified'
Watchdog warns of 'acute' risk to security of power supply in Ireland
Over 110 complaints made to ambulance service last year, with almost half in Munster
Mice eating through box of Milk Tray among pest problems at Garda headquarters over past year
Over 40 Irish Rail station elevators put out of service by anti-social behavior in 2021
Ceann Comhairle salary is higher than every other politician except the President
DAA pleaded not to be hit with fines over lengthy queues
Facebook and Twitter offering supports for TDs and Senators who experience online abuse
Magazine Fort in Phoenix Park poses 'serious health and safety risk' to public, documents show
High Court president's comments on judge shortage were 'most unfortunate', senior official said
Policy needed to focus on customer response rather than train rescues, Irish Rail report says
Marc MacSharry compares Ireland to 'Marxist Republic' after claiming Oireachtas staffer opened his post
Council pays back over €1.2m in funding after audit finds money drawn down before work done
Minister warned of 'serious risk of loss of life' at Cork halting site due to safety issues
Five gardaí disciplined over use of social media
Tusla staff report having more time for face to face work in aftermath of HSE cyberattack
Met Éireann objected to Dave over Diarmuid as part of storm names poll