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May 2024
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
Met Éireann issues Status Yellow thunderstorm warning for all of Leinster
Poll: Can you recognise any bird species by their call?
Support for Sinn Féin drops, narrowing lead on Fine Gael in pre-election polling
'The sound of extinction': One man's mission to record Ireland's precious birdsongs
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Young man arrested during investigation into criminal damage by fire in Dublin
Fianna Fáil senator says UK needs change of government, slams Rishi Sunak remarks in Belfast
Here's why the 2 Johnnies are leaving their show on RTÉ 2fm, they say
Sinn Féin says plans to means test asylum seekers should go further and include medical cards
Garda raids seize criminal assets, including SUV, across more than 20 searches in Donegal and Dublin
'Labour's moment' or Tories' 'window of opportunity'? British papers react to Sunak's election call
Four more measles cases confirmed in Ireland, bringing total for year so far to thirty
Young people tend to underestimate how worried older people are about climate change - study
Judge denies application from Gemma O'Doherty to recuse himself
Sligo to be added to remediation scheme for homes damaged by defective blocks
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Dublin-New York portal to switch off again tonight as organisers try to block ‘inappropriate’ behaviour
Last summer was the hottest in the northern hemisphere in 2,000 years - yes, 2,000 - study says
'We must act urgently': Ten countries join Ireland to urge adoption of Nature Restoration Law
Flights delayed at Dublin Airport as only one runway in use due to poor weather
Bambie Thug says Eurovision win would be 'amazing for Cork' - but that Israel has cast a 'cloud' over contest
Dutch Eurovision act under investigation by EBU excluded from jury performance
Gardaí launch murder investigation into death of motorcyclist in hit-and-run
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Two brothers sentenced over sectarian intimidation of young mother in Lurgan
Nearly half of tested septic tanks failed inspections last year
DCC to seek legal advice on whether transport plan consultation complied with disability rights
Hiring crisis and heavy traffic are biggest barriers to quality bus services, operators say
Gardaí appeal for information on electric motorbike linked to Drimnagh killing
Majority of country believes Ireland should remain in the EU, polling finds
Most people believe voting for EU elections is important and would support more countries joining the bloc, according to the research.