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16th July 2024
Govt aims to 'significantly increase' number of Traveller and Roma children sitting Leaving Cert
Von der Leyen, Ukraine and picking your patch: What's in store for Ireland's MEPs on Week One?
A number of important ceremonial and procedural votes are taking place in France this week which will determine the direction of this new Parliament.
15th July 2024
Coolock: 15 charged and pepper spray used by gardaí following fire at site of anti-immigrant protests
Emergency services were at the scene throughout today.
Taoiseach Simon Harris said the protests are 'criminal and designed to sow fear and division'.
A number of Garda vehicles were also damaged.
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Woman (30s) dies and two men airlifted to hospital following two-vehicle collision in Carlow
Taoiseach Simon Harris condemns ‘reprehensible’ and ‘criminal’ actions in Coolock
SF immigration policy will soon be pinned to the mast as McDonald denies any pivot to the right
Army officer goes on trial over alleged stealing of ammunition and military equipment from Curragh Camp
President concludes meeting with Council of State to assess if Defence Bill is constitutional
Jennifer Carroll MacNeill says cancelling public holiday not ‘necessary’ to increase defence spend
Opinion: Can we say that Trump's shooting was surprising? I am afraid not
Larry Donnelly
HSE to lift recruitment freeze but 'staffing ceiling' puts patients at risk, say doctors
Florida court dismisses 31 charges against Trump in classified documents case
Man arrested in Co Down was watching the Euro 2024 final while driving
Motorists urged to avoid Malahide Road at Coolock amid ongoing anti-immigrant protests
Electoral Commission recommends broadcast moratoriums should be removed from future referendums
ISPCA concerned over dog abandonment with new legislation banning XL Bully dogs
Priest Association condemns refusal to give Communion to junior minister at funeral mass
Cases adjourned in Dublin Circuit Criminal Court as barrister strike continues
Historical human remains found near new marina on Ulster Canal in Co Monaghan
Tenants' Union calls on IPAS to engage to prevent eviction of asylum seekers
Waterways Ireland facing prosecution after homeless man paralysed by digger clearing tents
Poll: Should the State buy Rory Gallagher's guitar?
Humpback whales sighted off Kerry coast as they return to Irish waters
The whales were sighted by local fishermen who tipped off safari boat captains.
Minister for health announces expanded flu vaccination programme to ease 'burden' on hospitals
Jim McGuinness unhappy with referee decisions after Donegal's semi-final loss
Revealed: Children removed from family home subjected to controversial 'immersion therapy'
A Noteworthy investigation reveals that a senior Tusla manager raised concerns about court-appointed experts using technique on children.
14th July 2024
Spain overcome England to win Euro 2024
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Money Diary: A primary school teacher in Munster settling into summer pace reader
Ireland lose to England in World Rugby U20 Championship semi-final
Senator Róisín Garvey elected deputy leader of the Green Party
Galway defeat Donegal to set-up All-Ireland senior football final against Armagh
Carlos Alcaraz beats Novak Djokovic in straight sets to triumph at Wimbledon
Taoiseach says Government open to increasing funding for Casement Park
HSE chief says recruitment freeze to end tomorrow
President Higgins lays wreath at 'poignant' commemoration ceremony in Dublin
A man has died in a two car collision in County Louth