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Poll: Will you watch Strictly Come Dancing this evening?
Patrick Kielty on his new film and how he thought he was being pranked when it was offered
The Late Late Show bags new sponsor ahead of show's return tonight
Annie Mac tells UK govt that women have to fight for their right to safety in music industry
Freddie Mercury's baby grand piano sells for £1.7 million at London auction
Drug 'surrender bins' to be in operation again at Electric Picnic, gardaí warn no amnesty given
Students canvass Dubliners to join the rent-a-room scheme in an attempt to increase bed supply
Families of those killed in 9/11 attacks split over plea deal that excludes death penalty
Landlord letting room by college campus asks students for 20 hours' childminding in lieu of rent
Electric Picnic confirms 2024 festival is earlier than usual and tickets are already on sale
Student Accommodation: Landlords join calls for caution and blame 'unfavourable conditions' for scarcity
Dublin city crime: statistics indicate return to pre-pandemic incidence of assault
Tourism Ireland announce Ronan O'Gara as the face of Cork in France
San Francisco warns Musk he needs permit for giant, flashing X sign
Tenants say no alarms were heard during fire where floors 'filled with smoke' in Dublin
Sinéad O'Connor's managers say she was considering making her book into a film before her death
'Fiery, fierce and bold to the core': Fans gather to remember Sinéad O'Connor in Dublin City
Barbie smashes Irish box office with biggest opening weekend this year or last year
Barbie takes US box office crown and Oppenheimer soars in ‘historic’ weekend
Arts Council research shows 'worrying level of decline' in young people attending cultural events
Surrealing in the Years: The martyrdom of a humble Toy Man
Carl Kinsella
National Museum rolls back commitments on strategy for colonial objects
Japanese politicians and public mark first anniversary of Shinzo Abe assassination
Trailer Watch: Which film will you see this weekend?
Madonna recovering after the pop icon spent several days in intensive care
Irish actors Paul Mescal and Kerry Condon invited to join Academy
'An emotional night': Elton John brings hits, special guests and fireworks to Glastonbury show
Dublin City Council planning to refurbish buildings to create dozens of new artist spaces
Dave Fanning says Christy Dignam comments were in 'poor taste' after RTÉ receives complaints
Cocaine overtakes opiates to become Ireland's 'most common' problem drug
A museum about death has just opened in Waterford
Poll: Have you ever lied about reading Ulysses?
Trailer Watch: Which film will you see this weekend?
Poll: What is your favourite Aslan song?
Christy Dignam's story was so much more than a triumph over adversity
Poll: How often do you fill up your car?
Harris says family concerns will be 'considered' in domestic violence report recommendations
Succession finale reminds us that without great art, we'd have an awful lot less to talk about
Taoiseach and Tánaiste to attend national Civil War commemoration in Dublin today
Media history expert says The Late Late Show needs to 'bring back its unpredictability'