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This year
Journal Media wins five Justice Media Awards for excellence in legal journalism
Noteworthy’s Niall Sargent was a joint winner of the Environmental Law/Climate Justice Reporting award.
Former Dublin GAA manager Jim Gavin appointed to head up North East Inner City task force
He is taking over the role from businessman Michael Stone.
Investigation underway into racist abuse directed at Wexford hurling captain Lee Chin
Video footage shows an individual on the sideline started shouting racist language at Chin during a match against Tipperary.
We have the perfect way for you to get on top of your finances
Time to take a look at your personal finances and set yourself up for the future.
Irish government puts up €500,000 for revamp of New York GAA stadium Gaelic Park
Located in the Bronx, Gaelic Park has been a home for Gaelic games in New York City since 1926.
3 best bets for Thursday's card at Cheltenham
Three to follow on the third day of the 2023 festival.
3 best bets for Wednesday's card at Cheltenham
Three to follow on the second day of the 2023 festival.
Gary Lineker to return to Match of the Day as BBC announces social media policy review
The presenter said that he is ‘delighted’ that he and the BBC have been able to ‘navigate’ a way through their differences.
Match of the Day to go ahead 'without studio presentation or punditry' after BBC stand Lineker down
The show’s commentators have also said they will not participate in the broadcast.
3 best bets for Tuesday's card at Cheltenham
The 2023 festival begins on Tuesday.
Last year
Special Criminal Court rules Jonathan Dowdall can give evidence in trial of Gerry Hutch
Hutch (59), last of The Paddocks, Clontarf, Dublin 3, denies the murder of David Byrne (33) during a boxing weigh-in at the hotel on 5 February 2016.
Coveney unsure if UK government interested in working to overcome Northern Ireland problems
The foreign affairs minister said the working relationship Ireland and the UK have enjoyed in the past is currently “absent”.
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Here is what made the headlines today.
Further sanctions from EU as Russian troops advance on Kyiv
Explosions sounded before dawn in Kyiv as Western leaders scheduled an emergency meeting.
Explosions in Kyiv before dawn as Western leaders scheduled emergency meeting.
At least 137 Ukrainians killed during first 24 hours of Russian attack.
A spokesperson for Putin has said the Krelim is ready to send a delegation for talks with Ukraine.
All time
Desmond Tutu, revered anti-apartheid figure and South African archbishop, dies aged 90
The Nobel Prize winner, often described as the moral conscience of South Africa, died today in Cape Town.
COP26 officially starts today - here's how The Journal will be covering it
Keep up-to-date with the latest from the COP26 summit.
Poll: Do you think Ireland will meet its emissions targets?
For the first time, the Irish government is due to implement three carbon budgets.
Media reports of people killed at Independence Day rally in Afghan city
The United States said the Taliban were reneging on pledges to allow safe passage to Afghans who worked with the US.
Quiz: How well do remember these famous Oscar moments?
Tonight’s ceremony at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles will be restricted to 170 people as the pandemic rolls on.
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.
Teenager missing from Kildare found safe and well
The teenager was last seen on Monday.
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.
The key moments from an epic US presidential election count over the past four days
It’s hard to choose singular moments from a blockbuster election count. Here are the main events.
Two Journal Media projects shortlisted for Mary Raftery journalism prize
The Stardust podcast and the investigative series ‘A bridge too far’ are included on this year’s list.
Maths Week: Your Monday puzzle
Fancy a mathematics challenge?
Child rescued by helicopter after airbed drifts 1km from shore in the Shannon Estuary
It’s not thought the young girl’s condition is serious.
Teenage boy dies following farming incident involving overturned tractor in Clare
It’s understood the boy was travelling alone in the tractor at the time.
Second case of Covid-19 confirmed in Republic of Ireland and more cases expected
As of yesterday, a total of 397 people have been tested for Covid-19 here.
The Explainer: Our favorite explanations of the year
The team behind the podcast run through their favourite explanations from the past year.
Irishman charged with causing grievous bodily harm in Australian car crash
The crash happened in the early hours of Saturday morning.
11 people appear in court charged with over 200 counts relating to alleged rape, sexual exploitation and neglect of children
The eleven defendants were remanded on strict bail conditions.
WIN: Afternoon tea at Powerscourt Hotel with treats inspired by Carter Beauty
Indulge in some desserts that look as beautiful as they taste.
Step inside a brand new five-bed beside Dublin's Botanic Gardens
Homes at Daneswell Place are all A-rated for energy, with ample living space too.