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This year
Former jockey Nina Carberry to seek Fine Gael nomination in EU elections
How has Belfast's overgrown Casement Park become the latest pitch battle around cross-border funding?
Many unionists say they would prefer no Euro 2028 games to be hosted in Northern Ireland if Casement is the venue of choice.
Last year
Dublin Marathon start and end points will 'preferably' include the city centre
Condemnation of Dublin riots as gardaí investigate earlier stabbing outside school
Limerick hurler Pat Ryan wins appeal against conviction and sentence for perjury
Varadkar: 'No limit on the compassion of the Irish people ... there is a limit to our capacity'
GAA star DJ Carey charged with fraudulently claiming he had cancer as he appears before court
BBC sets new rules for flagship presenters after Gary Lineker tweet prompted impartiality row
Former Dublin GAA manager Jim Gavin appointed to head up North East Inner City task force
Investigation underway into racist abuse directed at Wexford hurling captain Lee Chin
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Irish government puts up €500,000 for revamp of New York GAA stadium Gaelic Park
3 best bets for Thursday's card at Cheltenham
3 best bets for Wednesday's card at Cheltenham
Gary Lineker to return to Match of the Day as BBC announces social media policy review
Match of the Day to go ahead 'without studio presentation or punditry' after BBC stand Lineker down
3 best bets for Tuesday's card at Cheltenham
All time
Special Criminal Court rules Jonathan Dowdall can give evidence in trial of Gerry Hutch
Coveney unsure if UK government interested in working to overcome Northern Ireland problems
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Further sanctions from EU as Russian troops advance on Kyiv
Desmond Tutu, revered anti-apartheid figure and South African archbishop, dies aged 90
COP26 officially starts today - here's how The Journal will be covering it
Poll: Do you think Ireland will meet its emissions targets?
Media reports of people killed at Independence Day rally in Afghan city
Quiz: How well do remember these famous Oscar moments?
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Teenager missing from Kildare found safe and well
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
The key moments from an epic US presidential election count over the past four days
Two Journal Media projects shortlisted for Mary Raftery journalism prize
Maths Week: Your Monday puzzle
Child rescued by helicopter after airbed drifts 1km from shore in the Shannon Estuary
Teenage boy dies following farming incident involving overturned tractor in Clare