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This month
July 2024
Motor insurance costs rise slightly in first half of 2023, as damage claim costs soar
Labour Court to formally intervene in Aer Lingus pilot pay dispute
Distraught Ronaldo in tears after penalty miss but Portugal still triumph
Biden blasts ruling on Trump immunity from prosecution for 'official acts' during presidency
Govt to fast-track ban on 51-week student leases in time for upcoming academic year
Cabinet expected to approve move to revamp senior Defence command and control structures
Future housing demand dependant on migration levels, new report says
Gardaí plan 'no further action' in 26 abuse investigations arising from Women of Honour review
Gardaí are investigating a further tranche of fewer than 10 cases, some of them historical.
Local government after elections: The people have spoken - but who is listening?
Pat Collins
Mediation in Aer Lingus dispute runs late in bid to avoid more cancelled flights
Aer Lingus pilots who are IALPA members took part in all-out strike action on Saturday.
Close to €1 million worth of drugs seized during search of a vehicle in Dublin
Sinn Féin TD: Families 'punished' for using Deposit Return Scheme after reported bin price hike
Man charged after seizure of firearms and 23 rounds of ammunition refused bail
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Dublin City Council officials table weaker car restrictions for new transport plan
DPP lodges appeal against Cathal Crotty's three-year suspended sentence
Crotty was convicted and given a fully-suspended sentenced last month for the assault of Natasha O’Brien in Limerick on 22 May 2022.
How To Get To Heaven From Belfast: Filming begins on new show from makers of Derry Girls
Kerry GAA says stadium renovations in jeopardy after exclusion from 'Golden Visa' scheme
Teacher who falsely alleged colleague was child abuser in anonymous letter escapes jail
Five more countries to be added to Ireland’s ‘safe countries’ list
Woman raped by taxi driver tells court it was her 'worst nightmare'
Debunked: A comparison of US temperatures in May 1896 and May 2024 is misleading
Man jailed for eight years for rape and false imprisonment of his wife
New electric vehicle sales down by close to 25% when compared to same period last year
Carer and accomplice convicted of stealing over €34k from pensioners in violent burglaries
Man jailed for eight years for rape and aggravated sexual assault of woman in Galway
The judge said a character reference ‘goes up in smoke’ when an offence of such a serious nature is committed.
Councillors slam 'bizarre overreach' as junior minister seeks to halt Dublin traffic plan
Poor visibility in Kerry causes rescue teams to ‘reassess’ search efforts for missing hillwalker
Poll: Should RTÉ show live performances from Electric Picnic?
‘Urgent appeal’ issued for blood donations, especially from people of African heritage
Taylor Swift gives shoutout to Stevie Nicks in the crowd on final show of three-night Aviva run
She told the crowd the gigs were the first time the Aviva Stadium has been sold out for three-nights in a row.
Alliance confident of taking Westminster seat Jeffrey Donaldson has held for almost three decades
Free contraception now available for women aged 32-35
Last month
June 2024
England avoid shock at Euro 2024 as Spain ease into quarter-finals
Quiz: How well do you know British Prime Ministers through the years?
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Money Diaries: A corporate events planner on €58K living in Dublin
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