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Tuesday
23rd July 2024
Limerick hurler Kyle Hayes appears in court charged with dangerous driving
Family of Pte Sean Rooney blast 'noxious narrative' about his death and seek UN report for inquest
Dublin man dies while on cycling trip in France
Aer Lingus pilots' union votes by 85% to accept Labour Court pay increase recommendation
‘It’s not about having a big row in a public hall’: Coolock TDs on how to end the protests
“Some people feel intimidated and some people are so angry it’s hard to have engagement”.
Poll: When was the last time you were on the DART?
Andy Murray confirms he will retire from tennis after Paris Olympics
Man (50s) dies while diving off the coast of Donegal
Nine people arrested as properties searched in connection with November's Dublin city riots
Renewed appeal for information over murder of Paiche Unyolo Onyemaechi in 2004
'I can no longer be manipulated by you': Woman raped by stepfather as teenager speaks out
Hamas and rival Palestinian groups sign landmark 'national unity' agreement on Gaza governance
Murder investigation launched following discovery of man's body in Belfast
Aer Lingus pilots will announce this morning whether they accept 17.75% pay hike deal
Monday
22nd July 2024
Influencer-washing Dubai: The human rights abuses behind UAE’s glitzy facade
Caoilfhionn Gallagher KC
Criminal who stamped on man’s head causing permanent brain injury has sentence increased
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
In pics: Clare hurlers and fans celebrate All-Ireland win at homecoming
Supporters gave a heroes’ welcome to Brian Lohan’s side.
CrowdStrike says ‘significant number’ of machines fixed as US regulators await details on IT outage
Park ranger likely suffered from acute psychotic disorder when he killed his wife, murder trial hears
Ryanair and Aer Lingus secure High Court permission to challenge Dublin Airport passenger cap
Carton House operator appeals conviction for damaging protected habitat to remove wasps' nest
Watchdog wants 'urgent' review of how drugs and cash seizures are stored in garda stations
Penneys stores raked in over €1m per day last year as operator Primark posts 5% profit increase
Fake parking spaces painted in Dublin protest against illegal parking - and lack of enforcement
Endorsements and campaign funding pour in for Kamala Harris as she praises Biden's 'legacy'
Key powerbroker Nancy Pelosi is the latest Democrat politician to endorse Kamala Harris’s election bid.
Teen bludgeoned woman to death before posting video and taking selfie with body
Man accused of setting fire to Luas tram during Dublin riots sent forward for trial
US Secret Service director admits it 'failed' in mission to protect Donald Trump
All-Ireland Final: A vibrant version of Ireland that some want you to believe is under threat
Carl Kinsella
Gardaí investigating Coolock riot found 'incendiary devices' in aftermath
Drugs and smuggled designer shoes and bags seized in Dublin and Athlone searches
Man jailed for 11 years for rape of young girl and sexual assault of her sister
Deaths of two more Israeli hostages in Gaza confirmed, as Palestinians flee bombing in Khan Younis
Coolock site owner has received millions from Department for provision of accommodation
Cork developer Paul Collins and Tanya Hennigan are listed as directors of Townbe Unlimited Company.
Five killed in Croatian nursing home after gunman opened fire
Joey Barton charged with sending malicious communications online
Man accused of keeping his father's body in freezer remanded in custody in Derry