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19th May 2024 - 25th May 2024
Major housing report criticises government for 'ineffective decision-making and risk aversion'
At least 10 people killed, including nine children, in Egypt as minibus plunges off ferry into Nile
Man with 27 identities remanded in custody after Cork court appearance
Modular and prefab units to be used to house asylum seekers on Thornton Hall site
Body found in house in a residential area of Cork city
'Strong likelihood' ECB will cut interest rates in the coming weeks
Government leaders expected to officially recognise State of Palestine
Social Democrats TD calls for removal of best before dates from foods
Eir refuses invitation to discuss customer complaints in front of Oireachteas committee
Ireland among member states seeking EU membership talks with Ukraine to begin next month
Flash flooding expected as Status Orange thunderstorm warning in place for five counties
Gym and yoga members should get tax breaks, new fitness group urges Government
Defence rests without Donald Trump entering witness box in New York hush money trial
Gardaí seek driver of 'red saloon' that was near fatal two-car crash in Mayo last year
Overnight criminal damage at site for refugee homes where security workers were attacked
Married man accused of attacking former lover allegedly sent intimate videos to her boss
Men accused in Ireland's biggest ever drugs haul sent for Special Criminal Court trial
Drogheda set to get electric Dart train connections to Dublin by 2026
Teenager died from traumatic brain injuries after being hit by van, inquest hears
Some asylum seekers told to get bus to tented IPAS site, while others left by Grand Canal
The clearance comes following a similar operation on 9 May.
Charges dropped against suspects in Mediterranean migrant boat disaster
Munster's Simon Zebo to retire at the end of the season
The 2 Johnnies to end show on RTÉ 2FM after two years
Poll: How many cups of tea do you drink a day?
'Explosive' Irish-produced Trump biopic premieres at Cannes Film Festival
Key moments as migration dominates European elections TV debate
'People have seen mammaries before': What New Yorkers on their side of the Portal make of it all
Adam Daly – a former The Journal reporter now based in New York – stopped by the re-opened installation.
Man (30s) dies in car crash in Co Offaly
Dramatic 96th-minute winner sees Shelbourne stun St Patrick's Athletic
Evan Caffrey delivered stunning moment to give Damien Duff 2-1 victory over old boss Stephen Kenny.
Thousands of mourners of Iranian president Ebrahim Raisi gather for funerary procession
Plans for long-awaited digital health records goes to Cabinet with push to end paper-based system
Children's Ombudsman says there's climate of 'uncertainty and instability' for youth in Ireland
Underqualified nursing home staff are taking bloods and inserting catheters, says HSE director
The National Adult Safeguarding office has had reports of healthcare assistants who undertook a 4 month course carrying out medical procedures on older people.
Gardaí arrest three men in Louth and seize over €750,000 worth of suspected cannabis
Micheál Martin says people have concerns about migration but vast majority oppose violence
Popular Dublin arcade bar Token announces it is closing down after 8 years
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Motorcyclist (50s) dies following crash in Co Wicklow