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Saturday 30 September 2023 Dublin: 9°C


This week
24th September 2023 - 30th September 2023
Storm Agnes: Status Yellow wind warning for 24 counties on Wednesday
A deep Atlantic depression is gathering off the south west of the country.
Last week
17th September 2023 - 30th September 2023
Tony Holohan criticises 'completely false' reporting about his role in CervicalCheck scandal
Holohan has released a memoir called We Need To Talk about his time as CMO.
Thinking of selling? Here's our helpful guide to selling your property
Maximise your chances of a great sale by listing your property on ​, Ireland’s number one property website.
This month
September 2023
Patrick Kielty on his new film and how he thought he was being pranked when it was offered
Kielty stars alongside Seána Kerslake in uplifting tragicomedy Ballywalter.
Here we go again: The Wolfe Tones sell out 3Arena and announce second gig
The series of gigs is being marketed as the 60th anniversary for the band.
The Late Late Show bags new sponsor ahead of show's return tonight
Permanent TSB says it is partnering up with a “national institution”.
Poll: Should RTÉ sell its Dublin 4 land to raise funds?
They’ve sold land there before….
QUIZ: Which character from Welcome to Wrexham are you?
Join Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds for season two, streaming exclusively on Disney+, as they try to bring underdogs Wrexham to the Premier League, rallying the entire Welsh town in the process.
The USC is back on the Budget agenda, it has a controversial history
There is debate over whether the tax was to be temporary, but one thing that’s for sure is that it’s not going anywhere.
Last month
August 2023
Something has to give, the number of TDs can't keep pace with our growing population
The election map is changing but nowhere near quickly enough.
This year
Irish man arrested following violent death of Irish woman at Spanish holiday resort
A police statement said that the arrested man was found next to the woman and had suffered an injury.
Stylish homes close to everything you need: Brand new two and three bed homes in Mullingar from €285,000
Farranshock Park is located close to Mullingar town centre, and homes are on sale now.
Patrick Kielty's salary could be revealed tomorrow as RTÉ chair questions how pay is negotiated
RTÉ News is reporting that Kielty has expressed his wish that the salary be made public.
Gardaí investigating potential murder in ongoing operation at Sliabh Liag sea cliffs in Donegal
As part of the investigation Gardaí also seized and are examining a blood-splattered car.
RTÉ staff want probe into 'pensions and perks' for highest paid staff after Tubridy revelations
In a statement, the board said that Forbes was suspended on Wednesday of this week.
RTÉ confirmed to the public yesterday that Ryan Tubridy was paid €345,000 more since 2017 than RTÉ had previously disclosed.
The chair of the PAC is seeking to have Forbes and the senior executive team of RTÉ in front of the committee next Thursday.
Minister for Culture Catherine Martin intends to meet the Chair of the RTÉ Board on Monday.
'Remedial steps' needed to restore confidence in RTÉ, says Taoiseach
RTÉ confirms Ryan Tubridy earned €345k more over six years than previously disclosed
Leo Varadkar: Losing a border poll would 'take the issue off the agenda for a long period'
An Taoioseach said he supports unity and this ‘should not be radical’.
Liz Truss reflects on her time as PM (and the infamous lettuce) during testy Dublin interview
Truss said livestream of a lettuce with a wig used to represent her was “puerile”.
Ireland's cricket test match against England in London affected by climate activist protest
Just Stop Oil confirmed that it was behind the protest which delayed the England team bus.
Seven men charged with attempted murder of PSNI Detective Chief Inspector John Caldwell
Detective Caldwell was shot multiple times at a sports centre in Omagh on 22 February.
Facebook-owner Meta hit with record fine of €1.2 billion by Ireland's Data Protection Commission
Meta has said it will appeal the decision.
Ahead of his coronation, some British media are struggling to deal with their new 'woke' King
King Charles III will be crowned alongside his wife Camilla on Saturday.
Micheál Martin doubles down on criticism of The Ditch as NUJ questions his use of Dáil privilege
The NUJ’s Séamus Dooley noted that, unlike TDs, journalists must act subject to “extremely restrictive defamation laws”.
US President Joe Biden confirms bid for second term and speaks of battle with 'MAGA extremists'
In a tweet, Biden urged voters to give him more time to “finish the job”.
Christy Dignam on asking for ten more years, his funeral and his daughter continuing his legacy
The Aslan lead singer sat down with RTÉ’s Ryan Tubridy.
A trailblazer who spoke his mind, fans share stories of Paul O'Grady and his 'iconic' Lily Savage
Paul O’Grady died yesterday at the age of 67.
Humza Yousaf promises to bring 'independence for Scotland' as he's elected SNP leader in tight vote
Nicola Sturgeon announced in February that she would resign after more than eight years.
Explainer: How Benjamin Netanyahu's far-right government sparked unprecedented protests in Israel
There have been about 12 weeks of mass demonstrations.
Neasa Hourigan hit with 15 month suspension by Greens after voting against the government
In a vote this afternoon, the government won by 83 votes to 68.
Here's What Happened Today: St. Patrick's Day
Green is worn around the world, Biden pushes Windsor Framework and Putin’s bench warrant from the ICC.
Biden extols Windsor Framework and praises NI politicians for standing 'shoulder to shoulder' for peace
The US President and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar held an hour-long meeting this afternoon.
Taoiseach thanks VP Kamala Harris for LGBT advocacy during St. Patrick's Day breakfast in DC
AS IT HAPPENED: St Patrick's Day festivities take place at home and abroad
Paul Reid is 'pragmatic' about the criticism of his role as Chair of Citizens' Assembly on Drugs
A number of politicians have questioned the appointment.
An emotional Steve Baker regrets 'Brexit hardman' image and speaks about 'mental health crisis'
Baker has urged his Tory colleagues to back the Windsor Framework.
The most popular baby names in Ireland for 2022 have been revealed
There are some familiar names at the top but some new additions to the top 100.
EU and UK hold 'productive' NI Protocol talks as DUP dampens hopes of supporting a deal
Senior DUP MP Sammy Wilson said: “We are British and we expect to be governed by British law, not Brussels law.”
Senior DUP MP Sammy Wilson said: "We are British and we expect to be governed by British law, not Brussels law."
European Commission vice president Maros Sefcovic and UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly agreed to meet again in the coming days.
According to a report in The Times, British PM Rishi Sunak is willing to go ahead with a UK-EU accord even without the DUP’s support.
Analysis: Protocol deal seems to be within reach but will DUP say 'No'?
Taoiseach 'quietly confident' of Protocol deal 'within a week or two' as Sunak meets NI leaders
Last year
State Papers 1999: Mo Mowlam told Alec Reid she was 'f****d' if paramilitary killings continued
The late former NI Secretary of State was speaking as the decommissioning impasse rolled on.
Tony Blair told John Bruton 25 years ago that British people feared 'losing control' to the EU
Blair also told his Irish counterpart that he was “amazed” by the Irish economy and hoped it would help pro-EU sentiment in the UK.
FW de Klerk told Haughey that lifting fruit & veg ban would help 'mainly Black' South Africans
De Klerk sought to pressure the then Taoiseach during a 1991 visit to Dublin.
Tony O'Reilly offered newly widowed Robert Mugabe a stay in his estate and a lend of his jet
The businessman’s offer to the former Zimbabwean leader is revealed in newly released State Papers.
Irish officials warned 'Garvaghy Road won’t exist' if 1998 Orange Order march didn't go ahead
Former UUP MP John Taylor prompted a coversation between Taoiseach and Prime Minister over the dire warning.
Poll: Have you watched any of Harry & Meghan's Netflix documentary?
You’ve probably heard about it anyway.
Poll: Should Higher Level Leaving Cert Irish be dropped as a requirement for primary teachers?
Labour’s education spokesperpson Aodhán Ó Ríordáin TD has suggested it’s time to “consider changing” it.
Minister says there should be 'clarity' about who is taking cases against planning decisions
Darragh O’Brien denied that resident groups are being targeted by a new bill.
Referendum on presidential voting for citizens abroad 'doable' during Varadkar's term as taoiseach
A civic forum for diaspora groups is being planned in Dublin next year.