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Yesterday
18th June 2024
This week
16th June 2024 - 19th June 2024
Explainer: What is the Nature Restoration Law and why was it controversial?
Nature Restoration Law to be officially adopted as EU member states give green light
The Nature Restoration Law seeks to restore at least 20% of the EU’s land and sea areas by 2030 and all ecosystems by 2050
Aer Lingus pilots conclude voting in re-run of ballot on industrial action
Last week
9th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Nearly half a million people waiting longer for medical appointments than Sláintecare targets
17-year-old boy dies in workplace accident in Co Cavan
GPs advise parents that infants 6-11 months should receive extra MMR vaccine if travelling abroad
Further MEPs elected as all 949 local council seats finally filled
Seats in just one European constituency are left to fill, as newly-elected MEPs take their seats in Ireland South.
Young man arrested on Glasgow-Tenerife flight diverted to Shannon
Six closure orders served on food businesses in May, including four in Dublin
Spoiled votes fell by 29% in these elections compared to 2019
Here's who has been elected to Europe so far as counting continues
So far, five MEPs have been elected – four in Dublin and one in Ireland South.
Irish Freedom Party candidate's court hearing rescheduled due to witness illness
Man, 20s, hospitalised after assault in Ongar
This month
June 2024
Taylor Swift inches closer to Dublin with revamped Eras Tour as she lands for last stops before Ireland
Ireland has hottest May on record as world sees 12th consecutive month with warmest average
In Ireland, Met Éireann recorded an average temperature of 13.08 degrees Celsius in May 2024.
Intel announces sale of 49% stake in its new Leixlip plant for $11 billion
Construction commences on new bridge linking Republic and NI hoped to be 'game-changer'
Airline fine for carrying passenger without valid travel document to rise to €5,000
'You're live on Sky News': Tory minister projected to lose seat hangs up after phoning journalist
Retailers stopped from selling dangerous amber jewellery as teething aid for babies
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Two people die and thousands evacuated due to heavy floods in southern Germany
Dublin archbishop to ask Pope to designate new cathedral and basilica in city centre
Man's body discovered in home in Co Monaghan
Stormy Daniels says Trump should be jailed after guilty verdict on 34 counts in hush money case
Poll: Have you ever been to Bloom?
Last month
May 2024
RTÉ's Rachael English named new presenter on News at One after Bryan Dobson's retirement
Irish Google rep says bizarre AI results are 'not typical' of most answers
Man, 20s, released without charge after arrest over death of man in Co Kerry
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil were no-shows today at climate debate ahead of EU election
Sudden and severe storm leaves millions of people powerless in India and Bangladesh
Man and woman arrested in Creeslough investigation released without charge
UN Security Council to hold emergency meeting over 'horrific' fatal strike on Rafah
UK to examine 'sensitivities' in North around Sunak's military service plan for young adults