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15th April 2024
15-year-old boy arrested after Bishop stabbed during church service in Sydney suburb
Last week
7th April 2024 - 13th April 2024
New EU energy efficiency law could see government incentivise thousands more homes to renovate
MEPs vote in favour of EU Migration Pact to overhaul rules on asylum seekers and migrants
The new Migration and Asylum Pact is a package of 10 laws drawn up after years of negotiations that aim to get EU countries to act together on migration.
MEPs urged to accept Migration Pact tomorrow but some negotiators acknowledge remaining flaws
Here's what the Irish athletes will wear at the Olympics opening ceremony
Fodder Committee to discuss the difficulties farmers are facing as a result of the wet weather
Simon Harris expected to press pause on expanding sick leave as part of business support plan
Dublin MEPs debate threat of Russian interference in EU ahead of June elections
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Harris shuts down speculation that he's 'too woke' to shift Fine Gael to core values
Man (60s) dies after single-vehicle crash in South Dublin this morning
Zelenskyy says Ukraine will lose war if US Congress withholds aid
Opposition remain unconvinced after Harris defends optimistic housing goals
Health services 'undermined' by lack of beds, consultants and GPs, according to IMO chief
This month
April 2024
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Varadkar says Fine Gael can achieve an 'historic' fourth term under new leader Simon Harris
Gardaí seize €135,000 worth of drugs during Dublin search operation
HSE CEO says staffing levels at all-time high but IMO wants an end to the recruitment freeze
State reviewing eight countries to be added to the 'safe countries' list says Justice Minister
The GAA says there's nothing funny about Supermac's April Fool's joke
Six independent TDs have said they will support Simon Harris's Taoiseach nomination next week
A united Ireland would cost €20 billion every year for 20 years, says study
The GAA says there's nothing funny about Supermac's April Fool's joke
At least nine people killed in Taiwan after 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocks country
Complaint to EU Parliament security staff over leader of Irish Freedom Party
Private company submits 'concept plans' for new terminal between runways at Dublin Airport
Last month
March 2024
Opus Dei rejects claims of 'exploitation' made by former Irish member, who joined aged 15
Poll: Have you eaten an Easter egg yet?
Man in a critical condition after assault outside of a house in Clondalkin, Dublin last night
Adverts for vapes will be banned from areas where children are present under new laws
Teenage male pedestrian dies after road collision on N17 in Mayo
Michelle O'Neill says powersharing not under threat after Jeffrey Donaldson's resignation
Four UN peacekeepers injured after explosion in southern Lebanon
Man hospitalised after alleged stabbing on Camden Street in Dublin last night
PSNI issue warning over media commentary relating to charges against man (61) and woman (57)