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This week
16th June 2024 - 19th June 2024
Fianna Fáil won the highest number of council seats in the local elections. Is the party back?
Party members say they aren’t taking anything for granted.
Last week
9th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Munster suffer loss to Glasgow in URC semi-finals
Quiz: How much do you know about Henry Winkler?
EU countries grant citizenship to tiny proportion of migrants
Just 2% of foreign residents were granted Irish citizenship in 2022, with the process of becoming naturalised being full of obstacles and often taking years.
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Opinion: Right-wing politicians will see that slating the system is easier than working within it
Larry Donnelly
Ex-president Hollande makes surprise comeback in French election as Left forms alliance
Former senior Garda makes the birthday honours list for UK's King Charles
Brilliant Bulls end Leinster's season and reach URC final
Eight Israeli soldiers killed near Rafah in deadliest attack on the country’s forces in months
Social Democrats leader Holly Cairns 'overjoyed' to share pregnancy news
Sinn Féin's Michelle O’Neill tells unity rally that Casement Park will be 'built on my watch'
Tributes paid to 17-year-old who died in Cavan workplace accident
Taoiseach Simon Harris among world leaders attending Swiss resort for Ukraine peace summit
Government criticised for 'performative cruelty' over Ukrainians facing homelessness
Poll: Do you like The Killers' music?
Surrealing in the Years: You want me to sum up that election in one headline? Not happening
Carl Kinsella
'Maybe we took our eye off the ball': Sinn Féin reflects on its poor election performance
'Bigger than politics': Dáithí's father Máirtín Mac Gabhann accepts MBE for organ donation campaign
My story: The horrific hours of fear for my family in Gaza as Israel rescued four hostages
Ahmed Alsammak
They don't all want to hear it but a Labour-SocDems-Greens alliance might help them get into Govt
Over 100 far-right candidates stood in this year's elections: Could they become a political force?
Five far-right councillors were elected this year – the first breakthrough for the movement.
Around 100 candidates with far-right views ran in this year's elections - most of them outperforming the movement's previous best in 2020.
Social media has proved a successful platform for a number of those who were elected or who threatened to win seats.
Ireland elected over 180 Independents: we analysed who they are and what it means
Valerie Flynn and Alessia Micalizzi crunch the numbers to discover who exactly we voted into local councils.
Our data shows over a third of elected Independents romped home on the first count.
Not that much has changed: 3/4 of Independents returned in this election were sitting councillors.
Strong warning issued after cluster of overdoses linked to yellow benzodiazepine tablets
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
McIlroy stumbles as Belgium's Detry seizes lead at US Open
Wife of Thomas Dooley sustained foot-long wound and needed 45 stitches and 30 staples, murder trial hears
Bus Éireann reprimanded after man with guide dog 'publicly humiliated' and refused service
Two people arrested in investigation into assault, dangerous driving and criminal damage
Horse racing bodies to appear before Dáil committee next week amid abattoir revelations
University of Limerick President resigns after property deal controversy
Man convicted for conspiring to pervert the course of justice during trial for garda's murder
One man arrested after €500,000 worth of drugs and cash seized in Wicklow
The Explainer: What is the shape of Irish politics after the local and European elections?
The Journal Friday Newshound Quiz
Fortieth arrest made in connection with the Dublin riots in November
Poll: Will you be watching the Euros this year?
Enoch Burke seeks to have order underlining his incarceration set aside by High Court