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Sunday
26th May 2024
Taoiseach 'encouraged' after gardaí prevent 50 people entering Ireland from the UK with incorrect documents
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Hamas launches barrage of rockets, aid trucks enter Gaza, Israelis protest demanding release of hostages
Limerick and Clare through to Munster final, Kilkenny and Dublin to contest Leinster decider
UK to examine 'sensitivities' in North around Sunak's military service plan for young adults
Met Éireann issues Status Yellow thunderstorm warning for all of Leinster
Eight people taken to hospital after turbulence on flight to Dublin Airport
More than 670 believed dead after massive landslide in Papua New Guinea
Dublin coroners complained they were conducting 50% fewer inquests last year due to admin staff shortage
The Explainer: What next for Iran after the death of the country's president?
Poll: Can you recognise any bird species by their call?
Sitdown Sunday: Why are orcas targetting sailboats off the coast of Spain and Portugal?
11 people killed by Russian strike on large Ukrainian hardware shop
Support for Sinn Féin drops, narrowing lead on Fine Gael in pre-election polling
European Parliament Election: Your Midlands North-West Candidates
The Palestine Question: Should recognition come before or after peace?
Dr Gëzim Visoka
'The sound of extinction': One man's mission to record Ireland's precious birdsongs
‘Over €100,000 per home’ estimate tries to put a figure on the cost of Ireland’s urban sprawl
Opinion: Ireland needs helicopter emergency medicine - it’s the difference between life and death
Dr Brian Burns
Govt may reopen Curragh Camp Prison after 20 years as sources warn of overcrowding risks
There are plans also to remove Irish Army soldiers from protection duty at the high security Midlands Prison.
Last week
19th May 2024 - 25th May 2024
Donegal beat meek Tyrone, Dublin see off Roscommon in front of tiny Croke Park crowd
Quiz: How well do you know your teas, tees, tees, and t's?
Georgian journalist targeted by masked men told she faces 'revenge' unless she stops working
Tamar Kintsurashvili spoke to The Journal about how the ‘foreign agent’ law in Georgia, though not yet implemented, is already having an effect.
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Barcelona complete quadruple with victory in women's Champions League final
Agony again for Leinster as Toulouse claim their 6th Champions Cup crown
Parenting: 'Our sex ed class was delivered by a local church member — she was a disaster'
Margaret Lynch
Israel bombs Rafah despite ICJ order for it to 'immediately halt' its offensive
'He could be the next Bertie!': Caio Benicio, Barry Andrews, and the Tánaiste hit the doors
“I am considering leaving the country to be honest, I am so unhappy with the way things are,” one woman said after speaking to the politicians.
Young man arrested during investigation into criminal damage by fire in Dublin
Ireland's Adam Idah scores late winner to seal league and cup double for Celtic
Manchester United upset City to win FA Cup
Fianna Fáil senator says UK needs change of government, slams Rishi Sunak remarks in Belfast
Families say closing Dublin nursing home will cause 'immense trauma' to residents
G7 countries are a step closer to using frozen Russian assets to help Ukraine
Conservative minister Michael Gove stands down ahead of UK election - that's 78 Tories out of the game
Leinster v Toulouse, Champions Cup final
The four-time European champions from Ireland meet France’s five-time European champions in London at 2:45pm.
Here's why the 2 Johnnies are leaving their show on RTÉ 2fm, they say