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Uisce Éireann donates treatment plant to Ukraine that can supply water for 6,200 people daily
The water utility company donated two containerised water treatment plants to the country last year and is now sending another.
Man who died in single-vehicle crash in Tyrone named as Juraj Luptak
The crash occurred on Friday evening on Pomeroy Road in Pomeroy, Co Tyrone.
Gardaí submit 13 files on Spiritan abuse to Director of Public Prosecutions
The Spiritan congregation, formerly the Holy Ghost Fathers, gave a public apology to victims last year.
Poll: Would you attend a concert inside of a dome?
U2 christened a new concert venue in Las Vegas last night called ‘The Sphere’.
Justice Minister: 'We need a new garda roster to respond to challenges'
Helen McEntee said she has confidence in the Garda Commissioner but ‘everyone agrees’ a fresh roster is needed.
Sitdown Sunday: 'She lost herself in Elvis' - Sofia Coppola on her Priscilla Presley biopic
Settle down in a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.
‘Not for EU’ labels introduced alongside new red and green lanes for NI goods
The Windsor Framework, a new post-Brexit arrangement, comes into effect today.
Fake Porn, Real Victims: We must stop the easy use of AI to create nude images of women & girls
Two experts look at the worrying case of deepnude image generation in Spain this week.
'Great in theory, but the reality is different': FG housing spokesperson on the eviction ban
John Cummins said there is “no question” that homelessness remains the biggest challenge in housing.
'A demonic agenda': How sex ed became the target of anti-LGBT groups at the National Stadium
A report by
Stephen McDermott
Christian Voice Ireland held an SPHE information event earlier this week.
30th September 2023
Teenage boy charged with murder of Lorna Woodnutt in Co Offaly
The boy appeared before Tullamore District Court tonight.
Quiz: How much do you know about Michael Gambon?
The four-time Bafta winner was born in Cabra and started his stage acting career in the Gate Theatre in Dublin.
Opinion: Recent scandals should show us just how important corporate governance is
Siobhán Finn of the Community Enterprise Association Ireland CEAI outlines why good governance matters.
Last-gasp own-goal condemns nine-man Liverpool to heartbreaking defeat at Spurs
Matip’s 96th minute own goal condemned Liverpool to a 2-1 loss after red cards for Curtis Jones and Diogo Jota.
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Here’s what made the headlines today.
Rory McIlroy involved in post-match confrontation as United States fight back in Ryder Cup
Europe need just four points in tomorrow’s singles to reclaim the Cup.
Eighth man arrested in connection with MV Matthew cargo ship drug seizure as another released
This latest arrest brings the total number to eight.
Eating disorder services nurse says getting paid properly by the HSE is a 'constant battle'
The Dublin-based nurse said HSE payroll issues have seen him left with €200 for two week spells, and struggling to pay rent.
Arsenal kick title challenge into gear as champions City fall to Wolves
The Gunners breezed to victory at Bournemouth while Pep Guardiola’s side suffered a first league defeat of the season.
Police in Northern Ireland investigate single-vehicle crash that left one man dead
A man died at the scene of the crash.
Chief Medical Officer says level of cannabis use in Ireland is ‘of great concern’
The Citizens’ Assembly on Drugs Use is meeting to consider a broad range of perspectives on prevention.
Leo Varadkar defends smaller package of one-off budgetary measures
The Taoiseach has defended the government’s approach to the upcoming Budget at a Fine Gael conference in Co Waterford.
Sligo man who was assaulted during burglary last year dies in hospital
Tom Niland was brought to hospital in critical condition in January 2022 after he was assaulted in his home.
Mary Lou McDonald says Government urgently needs to “take lead” on review into CHI surgeries
The Irish Hospital Consultants Association is holding its annual conference today.
Poll: Which part of the country should get another MEP seat?
One of the three European constituencies will get another seat next year.
UK government in 'final stages' of engaging with DUP on Windsor Framework
The DUP has been blocking powersharing for more than a year.
Surrealing in the Years: Leo Varadkar is not good at pop culture references
Bono is going around calling us all frogs, by the way.
Status Yellow rain warning takes effect in three counties
The forecast for the weekend expects plenty of rain showers.
The concern Ireland’s €10bn surplus could turn from a ‘good problem’ to a bad one
“Sound like one of them good problems.”
Extract: 'This is why you are here', the inner voice repeated. 'Breathe and trust yourself'
Irish open-water swimmer, Nuala Moore shares a chapter from her new book, Limitless.
Lindsay Hoyle: Social media's role during January 6 riots was a 'wake up call' for parliaments
The Journal spoke with Speaker of the House of Commons Sir Lindsay Hoyle in Dublin this week.
'MV Matthew op highlights how our personnel need to be properly paid', ex-Naval commander says
Eugene Ryan spoke to The Journal following the major drug seizure on a cargo ship earlier this week.
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Status Yellow warning for rain issued for Cork, Kerry and Waterford
Cork, Kerry, and Waterford will be under the weather alert from 8am tomorrow morning until 8pm tomorrow night.
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Here’s your roundup of what made the headlines today.
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Taoiseach not ruling out statutory review into CHI following meeting with patient groups
The Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Paediatric Advocacy Group and The Scoliosis Advocacy Network met Leo Varadkar this afternoon.
Two men appear in court charged in connection with cargo ship drug seizure
Both men were charged with conspiracy to import drugs under Section 71 of the Criminal Justice Act 2006.
Ireland's Apple escrow fund lost €259 million in value last year
The loss was attributed to a significant increase in yields across global fixed income markets and fund operating expenses.
PAC chair Brian Stanley says C&AG report shows ‘taxpayer is failing to achieve value for money’
Stanley said it is ‘difficult to put into context the level of expenditure that is being lost by the state each year and the level of potential revenue that is being forgone’.