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Last week
9th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Former Christian Brother jailed for one year for abusing two pupils more than 45 years ago
XL Bully: Government consulting Attorney General about banning dog breed, minister announces
Two more men accused of murdering Tristan Sherry sent for trial in Special Criminal Court
Chief Executive? First citizen? What Limerick's new directly-elected mayor can actually do
Eamon Ryan had private word with Taoiseach and Tánaiste after 'inappropriate' attacks on Greens
Irish Freedom Party candidate's court hearing rescheduled due to witness illness
UCD professor Mary Horgan named interim Chief Medical Officer following departure of Breda Smyth
George Nkencho inquest paused while family wait on explanation for why no gardaí were prosecuted
Independent John Moran continues to lead the pack in Limerick mayoral race
Most family carers struggling to make ends meet and suffering from loneliness, survey finds
Poll: Are you going to any concerts this summer?
Cabinet to consider joining a number of European military projects
Séan Kelly elected in Ireland South and counting continued in Dublin and MNW
One elected, thirteen to go.
Analysis: Sinn Féin in this election were like Fianna Fáil in 2020 - no new ideas or energy
Johnny Fallon
Luke 'Ming' Flanagan tops the poll in Midlands-North West but no candidates elected
Ireland's first MEP of 2024 elected as Fine Gael's Séan Kelly returned in Ireland South
It court take four more counts before his fellow sitting MEP, Billy Kelleher of Fianna Fáil, gets through.
Race for fourth place as top Dublin EU candidates remain unchanged after the second count day
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
UN Security Council votes for US-drafted Gaza ceasefire resolution
'I wanted gold' - Rhasidat Adeleke takes silver medal in 400m European final
Healing through art: How creativity can counteract isolation in chronically ill children
Helene Hugel
Gardaí launch murder investigation following death of a man in Finglas, Dublin yesterday
'No-one is above the law': Prosecutor urges jury to convict Hunter Biden in gun trial
McDonald: It's 'obvious' Sinn Féin ran too many candidates but party ready for general election
Woman allegedly raped by taxi driver tells court she woke up with him on top of her
Long story: The waiting game continues in Castlebar as counters wade through 'toilet roll' ballots
Five MEPs will be elected from among the 27 candidates.
Bertie Ahern and Simon Harris toast Paschal Donohoe as he is named 'European of the Year'
Woman in her 70s dead after Ranelagh collision between pedestrian and cyclist
Greens lose both their seats on Galway City Council as Labour and Social Democrats make gains
No passengers on board Dublin bus that crashed into bridge on Upper Sandwith Street
TV Doctor Michael Mosley 'died of natural causes' on day he went missing on Greek island
Plane carrying vice-president of Malawi and nine other people gone missing
Man who allegedly set Garda car alight during Dublin riots to face trial
SocDems double seats on Dublin City Council as Fianna Fáil lose top spot to Fine Gael
Alleged brothel keeper facing over 100 charges sent forward for Dublin criminal court trial
'Our hearts are shattered': Funeral of woman killed in Limerick dog attack takes place
Daniel O'Donnell 'begs' fans not to donate online after meeting latest fraud victim