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This year
2024
Arrested, disgraced, injured: Cryptocurrency scams promote hoax stories about Irish celebrities
Have you seen spam ads appear on your social feeds?
One scam recently came about after a hacking of an Indian politician's Meta account.
The Journal understands the account was compromised by hackers who launched more than 50 ad campaigns.
Celebrity scam ads appear on Facebook and X.com after less than a minute of scrolling through main feeds.
Booking.com denies security breach after phishing scam attempt made on its website
Drone food delivery firm says it plans to address noise complaints as it starts D15 deliveries
Office of Public Works says St Stephen's Green could be damaged by Metrolink
Sale of popular cargo bikes put on hold, Irish owners fear possibility of recalls
House prices are now higher than the peak of the Celtic Tiger boom in 2007
Lyle’s is changing the iconic but grim Golden Syrup logo of a dead lion being swarmed by bees
Can committees compel Dee Forbes to appear before them? TDs say they're considering it
An Bord Pleanála approves €180m 'build to rent' scheme by US property firm in Dublin
EU revises Irish economy forecast to reflect a much smaller growth in 2024
Air fryers, e-cigarettes and oat milk: Here's how the consumer 'basket of goods' has changed
'I'm keenly aware of private sector colleagues': We asked public sector workers about the new pay deal
A number of readers said that the deal doesn’t do enough to recognise the cost of living for people living and working in Dublin.
Prince Harry settles phone hacking claim against Mirror Group Newspapers
EU Commission warns Ireland must tackle online terrorist content
'Hit and miss' trade and non-alcoholic drinks: How did pubs get on during Dry January?
Apple to make room for competitors on their devices to adhere to new EU law
'Conflict of interest' form for RTÉ staff to be up and running later this month
Houthi rebels launch attack on US ship in Red Sea despite continued strikes
Ivana Bacik appeals six storey hotel in Dublin due to housing and 'drinking emporia' fears
Customers mourn loss of popular Cork eatery Nash 19
Cillian Murphy has won a Best Actor Golden Globe for his role in Oppenheimer
The ECB is likely to cut rates in 2024, but will this help Irish mortagage holders?
Microsoft adds dedicated AI assistant button to Windows PC keyboards
Ryanair's revenues could take a hit after it was removed from travel agent websites
Last year
2023
Irish film Flora and Son gets two spots on the Oscars shortlist for original music
Central Bank: GDP has declined, but Irish economy has grown in 2023
Norwegian ship hit by 'unidentified object' in Red Sea shortly after BP suspends operations
Zara apologises and pulls advert over claims it had similarities to scenes emerging from Gaza
Why Ireland's corporate tax bonanza could keep increasing - despite being riskier than ever
World could breach 1.5C warming threshold in the next seven years, study warns
COP28 president defends position on science of phasing out fossil fuels
Ryanair reveals 960 flights were axed in November due to Gaza conflict
Analysis: Should the government support drilling for gas off the coast of Mayo?
Irish consumers paying more than UK shoppers for some products this Christmas
Here's what happened today: Saturday
Guinness Storehouse voted world’s leading tourist attraction
Jeremy Hunt to announce UK tax cuts aimed at reviving stagnant economy
Founder of Binance crypto exchange admits failing to prevent money laundering
Elon Musk's X sues media non-profit over portrayal of site as full of antisemitism
Analysis: Suspicions grow that government schemes are pumping up new build house prices