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18th February 2024 - 24th February 2024
Body and Soul festival to take a 'pause' after 14 years, as organisers aim to 'think bigger'
The Journal Friday Newshound Quiz
How Siún Ni Raghallaigh was left with no choice but to quit after another chaotic week for RTÉ
Here’s an explainer of the events that led up to Ní Raghallaigh’s resignation in the early hours of the morning – and the fallout.
Here's what the most popular baby names were in Ireland in 2023
New sexual violence agency opens today with plans to double refuge spaces across the country
Ministers back Catherine Martin as she faces calls to step down over RTÉ crisis
Two men appear in Kerry court charged in connection with €32.8 million drugs seizure
Chilly weekend ahead, with temperatures to drop as low as -2 degrees
Opinion: Helping Ukrainians flee war along with their pets is the right thing to do
Six people evacuated during hotel fire in Co Offaly last night
New bowling alley for Dublin city centre as council grants planning permission
Bohemians confirm they are in talks to host a friendly with Palestine's national team in Dublin
Vice Media to lay off hundreds of staff and cease publishing on its website
Chair of RTÉ Board Siún Ní Raghallaigh resigns after minister fails to express confidence in her
While in the post, she has dealt with the fallout of the Ryan Tubridy payment scandal, and further controversy about exit payments in more recent weeks.
Tributes paid to 'vibrant' 26-year-old from Wexford after sudden death in Bali
Pressure mounts on ‘extreme’ rules keeping ownership of some Irish companies shrouded in secrecy
Rent price hikes are finally dropping in Dublin but are rising everywhere else
'Watching in dismay': The letters sent by worried booksellers over the free books scheme
Young man in teens dies in road traffic incident in Co Sligo
Minister fails to express confidence in chair of RTÉ board and summons her to morning meeting
‘How could I be misinformed?’ – Catherine Martin summons chair of RTÉ board to meeting.
Irish film director: 'A couple of minutes in, I knew we had found our Ukrainian leading lady'
Gardaí seize €2 million in drugs and arrest three men in operation targeting Hutch gang
The drugs seized include cannabis, MDMA, cocaine and ecstasy.
Navalny latest: Mother says she's being pushed to agree to 'secret burial'
Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
Man died while practicing on motorbike he'd bought four days earlier, inquest hears
Parnell Square stabbing accused sent for trial for attempted murder of three children
In full: Rossa Fanning's powerful Hague speech condemns Israel's occupation of Palestinian land
Man dies after Offaly road crash involving a car and SUV last week
The Explainer: Everything you need to know about the March referendums
Widow of Console charity founder is fined €1,500 over failure to keep proper books of account
Biden labels Putin a 'crazy SOB' as Russia is hit with sanctions and criticism from UK and France
Gardaí investigating after Westmeath County Council hit by €515,000 payment fraud
'It's a lifeline': Shortage of HRT patches causing frustration for pharmacists and patients
The last of Ireland's payphone boxes are set to be disconnected by the end of the year
Of the 105 remaining kiosks, 11 will become digital kiosks, while the other 94 are set to be removed.
FAI accused of 'hypocrisy' over teams playing against Israel in marathon PAC hearing
Galway farmer to contest 'cow dung' assault charge on Junior Minister Anne Rabbitte
Six Nations: Frawley starts at 15 with Jager set for Ireland debut off bench
MetroLink: 'White House' owner and north Dublin residents' groups call for station to be moved
Residents called for the Collins Avenue station to be moved from Our Lady of Victories Church to an area within Albert College Park.