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May
May 2024
Trinity College campus closed to public amid student protest
Bambie Thug admitted to hospital due to 'bad shellfish' days ahead of Eurovision
Poll: Will you watch Leinster Rugby's game today?
Leinster Rugby fans warned to find alternative transport as stretch of Dart line closes for works
Birds coated in oil found on east coast as Coast Guard tried to locate spill offshore
Family death notice: Hard-hitting road safety campaign launched ahead of May Bank Holiday
April
April 2024
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‘The envy of Europe’?: Step inside Irish Rail’s new battery-electric Dart trains
The Journal visited the site of the Polish factory where the new Dart trains are being produced – take a look.
Electric Picnic: Kylie Minogue and Calvin Harris to headline, Wolfe Tones will appear on main stage
The sold-out dates are Friday 16 August to Sunday 18 August.
US students protesting for Palestine targeted by top Republicans demanding jail time and expulsions
Explainer: What does the new loan scheme for home energy upgrades cover and how can I get it?
Electric Picnic line-up to be announced on Friday after long wait
Meta to tell politicians that app stores should be responsible for age verification
'The doom sits on your shoulders': Farmers share how weeks of wet weather have hit them hard
The Journal asked farmers to share their experiences of how they’ve been impacted by the weather conditions.
Bonjour to bikes: Cycling more popular than driving in Paris city centre
Peatlands conservation charity calls for end to sale of peat moss in shops and garden centres
Are you a farmer affected by the recent bad weather? We want to hear your stories
Celbridge households more than a week into water disruption after burst main
Taoiseach Simon Harris receives seal of office from President Higgins
The nomination of Harris as Taoiseach passed a vote in the Dáil by 88 votes to 69.
European court rules Swiss government violated human rights by failing on climate action
March broke temperature records for tenth month in a row as western Europe saw heavy rainfall
Storm Kathleen: Here’s what you need to know as today’s storm warnings kick in
A Status Orange wind warning will impact five counties, with a Yellow warning for the rest of the country.
Your stories: The stress, strain and heartbreak of trying to find childcare in Ireland
“Our unborn child is on a waiting list for two creches and four childminders – yes, a waiting list. No place is confirmed.”
'Blame Hamas': Here's how Israeli media have reacted to the IDF killing seven aid workers
The victims were staff of the US-based charity World Central Kitchen, which was in Gaza to provide food to starving civilians.
It was a majorly wet March - with 219% rain compared to average at Dublin Airport weather station
Two weather stations in Clare and Cavan recorded 29 rainy days each last month.
Proposal to stop direct Dublin-Wexford trains 'short-sighted', Senator says
Journalists targeted by 'disturbing' petrol bomb attacks at dissident march in Derry
March
March 2024
The climate crisis is looming. Is Simon Harris prepared to face it?
“I’m absolutely committed to addressing the climate emergency,” the new Fine Gael leader has said.
Status Yellow snow-ice warning issued for Cork and Kerry
Bodies of woman and children killed in Mayo crash taken to hospital as gardaí appeal for witnesses
Farmers face 'extreme pressures' as heavy rainfall saturates soil
Nearly one in six young teenagers have been cyberbullied - report
Nightlife campaign points to 'new opportunities' as backbench TDs push Harris to scrap late hours
The licensing legislation is one of the many bills that Simon Harris is inheriting as he takes over the Fine Gael leadership.
Quiz: How much do you know about daffodils?
Man murdered in Co Down named locally as brother of former MLA