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This month
July 2024
CMAT, Bambie Thug, Lankum and more join Electric Picnic lineup
Community 'heartbroken beyond words' as mother and daughter named following Mayo crash
PSNI officer injured after being attacked by dog in north Belfast
Waterford man flew €8.4m of cocaine into midlands from France, court hears
Woman who stabbed mother to death found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity
Two Kerry men charged with the biggest ever seizure of crystal meth in the State to appear before the court
Jeffrey Donaldson to face trial over allegations of historical sex offences
Dublin-based video games developer Keywords Studios sold for €2.4 billion
Aer Lingus cancels 76 additional flights next week ahead of Labour Court meeting with IALPA
Both sides will make presentations at today’s hearing, after which the court will issue a recommendation.
Ever wanted to be a 2FM presenter? The station is looking for new recruits
Over half a million people are drinking from 'at risk' public water supplies
Ireland preparing plans to evacuate Irish troops from South Lebanon 'should the need arise'
The Tánaiste said the threat of an Israeli invasion and activity by Hezbollah has initiated contingency planning.
Two new Irish MEPs to join Renew group ahead of von der Leyen vote this month
Appeals board rejects call for hearing into Amazon plans to build three new data centres
Mother and daughter killed in Co Mayo crash between car and lorry
RTÉ boss pushes back against claims that station is to 'privatise' production of Fair City
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Dáil told of family's distress over nails and screws found in athletic hero's ashes
Minister dubs 51-week leases ban 'big win for country students' who 'work on farms in summer'
Use of rape survivors’ counselling notes as evidence in trials to be outlawed, says Taoiseach
Ivana Bacik: Sentencing in Ireland must be reformed for survivors and victims
Ivana Bacik
Online fight over Covid figures between gamers in Westmeath led to stabbing, court told
TV licence decision expected by 'end of July' as committee recommends multi-annual RTÉ funding
No more Nama: 'bad bank' to shut after 16 years
What counts as 'affordable' housing? Taoiseach and Mary Lou McDonald clash on meaning in Dáil
Tourist who was attacked on O'Connell St in Dublin dies after nine days in hospital
The man was taken to the Mater Hospital shortly after the attack on 23 June, where he died today.
'Appetite' in Ireland for finding alternative responses to drug possession - report
'Urgent need' to update and redesign the RTÉ Player, says Bakhurst
SocDem co-founders Catherine Murphy and Róisín Shortall not standing in next general election
Man on trial for murder will admit he strangled his partner to death, court hears
Former DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson facing additional sex offence charges
Italian teenager who died of leukaemia in 2006 approved as the first millennial saint
Tommy Meskill named RTÉ London correspondent just two days before the UK general election
Last month was coldest June since 2015, with monthly rainfall below long-term average
Andy Murray withdraws from Wimbledon singles
Over 40% of people with long Covid say ability to conduct daily activities has ‘reduced a lot’
Row erupts between Green TD Neasa Hourigan and Dublin Mayor James Geoghegan over Transport Plan
Waterford man dies while on holiday with friends and family in Magaluf