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Last week
2nd June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Old Central Bank headquarters to re-open today as flagship Irish location for WeWork
Surrealing in the Years: Election cycle has been much messier than Simon Harris' melting 99
Carl Kinsella
Irish Rail tickets bought online can’t be collected at stations due to ‘technical issue’
'A beautiful soul with the biggest heart': Tributes paid to 23-year-old who died in dog attack
Mary Lou can't avoid 'Up the Ra' comment on Cabra canvass but she's not worried about election day
Cabra is McDonald’s home turf, so it was no surprise that she was greeted with a warm welcome on the doors yesterday.
Vast majority of Irish people think the EU should impose sanctions on Israel
Around a third of voters have boycotted companies associated with Israel in recent months, according to a new opinion poll.
Over three-quarters of people support sanctions, according to the latest opinion poll by The Journal and Ireland Thinks
Eight in 10 younger voters (aged 18 to 34) are in favour of the move, as are at least seven in 10 people across all other age groups
Talbot Street to get €2.5 million makeover from Dublin City Council
Wicklow GAA player found guilty of assaulting opponent during league match 5 years ago
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
Leo Varadkar grilled about lack of services for children, Phoenix Park and gout on his home turf
A few constituents in the Fine Gael stomping ground in Castleknock spoke about the new leader Simon Harris.
Govt to roll out 'digital wallet' for driver's license, birth certs and other documents
French police arrest Ukrainian-Russian man on bomb-making charges
Revenue officers find €403,200 worth of cannabis in passenger's luggage in Dublin Airport
India elections: The shock results show Modi is no longer as popular as he thought he was
Priyanka Borpujari
Green MEP candidate tests water supplies for nitrates as she canvasses in Ireland South
The Journal spoke to MEP Grace O’Sullivan during a novel type of campaigning in Ireland South.
Revenue to enforce collection of €100m in warehoused tax debt after support scheme ends
Public spaces to get drinking water fountains as part of new scheme announced today
Taxi driver charged with raping two women in separate incidents in Dublin
Ireland has hottest May on record as world sees 12th consecutive month with warmest average
In Ireland, Met Éireann recorded an average temperature of 13.08 degrees Celsius in May 2024.
HSE issues alert over e-cigarette products which contain illegal levels of nicotine
Eamon Ryan hits back at Fine Gael's Regina Doherty for likening Dublin bike lanes to Berlin Wall
Woman killed in Limerick dog attack named locally as 23-year old Nicole Morey
Tuairim: 'Táim ag súil go mbeidh na hiarrthóirí rathúil ag labhairt Gaeilge i bParlaimint na hEorpa'
Síomha Ní Ruairc
Man in his 20s seriously injured in assault in Dublin city yesterday afternoon
McEntee: Airlines fined for carrying undocumented passengers, but State will still process them
McDonald rules out Help-to-Buy 'cliff-edge' for buyers who 'baked in' deposit to their calculations
Home Loan scheme expanded to first-time buyers who wish to renovate vacant or derelict properties
Police officer heard 'horrifying' scream after shot that killed Lyra McKee was fired, court hears
Forty-seven measles cases confirmed in Ireland so far this year
Warmth, apathy and one 'don't come near my house': On the trail with Sinn Féin in west Dublin
The Journal joined Sinn Féin’s housing spokesperson as he knocked on doors in Lucan ahead of Friday’s election.
Amanda Knox re-convicted of slander by an Italian court over accusation of an innocent man
Supermac's wins another victory over McDonald's in 'Big Mac' trademark battle
A Peaky Blinders movie is coming to Netflix - and the creators say there'll be 'no holds barred'
Poll: Do you still have the 'Leaving Cert nightmare'?
Intel announces sale of 49% stake in its new Leixlip plant for $11 billion
Man (85) charged with murder of Patsy Aust (81) in Co Down is her brother
Varadkar: 'I can now be more frank. Trump re-election wouldn't be good for the world'
Record number of Leaving Cert students to sit exams today - starting with English Paper 1