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Yesterday
21st February 2024
FBI informant charged with lying about Joe Biden and son Hunter says 'Russian intel were involved'
Chance of thunderstorms as temperatures to drop to freezing in coming days
Australian democracy blogger will not appeal suspended China death sentence
Legislation allowing for soft opt-out organ donation to be passed by Dáil and Seanad today
Government to counter bill calling to boost the number of GPs in rural areas
‘Hiding from M-hunters’: TikTok accused of pushing managers into issuing low performance reviews
Tuesday
20th February 2024
The male strip show 'scandal' has been making headlines in NI for three days - here's why...
The media can’t get enough of the Devenish story, but Northern Ireland has bigger things to worry about.
US vetoes UN resolution demanding immediate ceasefire in Gaza
The move comes after the United States tabled its own motion calling for a “temporary” ceasefire in Gaza.
Hamas said the US veto equalled "a green light for the occupation to commit more massacres".
The United Nations’ World Food Programme has announced a pause in food and aid deliveries to northern Gaza.
The World Health Organization said it has transferred 32 patients out of Khan Yunis' Nasser hospital.
Jim Ratcliffe completes purchase of Manchester United stake
Two men charged with murder over shooting at Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade
Critics slam Alabama Supreme Court for ruling that frozen embryos are 'children'
Cabinet told of Ireland's new target to reduce energy consumption
X reactivates Navalny's widow Yulia Navalnaya's account after briefly suspending it
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Dublin court jails security guard who acted as 'ghost broker' selling false insurance policies
Number of TV licences being issued on the rise again despite latest RTÉ controversy
Referendum re-run to boost committee powers non-starter, say Govt sources but SF would 'think about it'
Military groups attack proposed 'draconian' Bill that will halt them criticising Government
Unarmed gardaí shot with a pellet gun at residence in Longford
McDonald travelling to New York for Irish Unity summit, says party fundraising not part of trip
MetroLink terminus should be moved from southside stop to city centre, local FF TD tells hearing
Jim O’Callaghan said it is “highly unusual” that the MetroLink “doesn’t terminate in a city centre location”.
Victim of Hutch-Kinahan feud, Jason Molyneux, was shot up to 13 times, inquest hears
Body of Clapham chemical attack suspect found in Thames, police believe
Government failures on housing have 'lasting impact' on young children, says charity
Varadkar seeks to reassure St John of God service users they will be 'protected'
Man who punched garda repeatedly until he was unconscious outside Dublin flats is jailed
Varadkar says there are 'huge numbers' of people who want to be Fine Gael election candidates
Here's what we know (and don’t know) about RTÉ exit payments
Some politicians have called details of exit packages of all executives dating back to 2016 to be published.
Man who robbed and assaulted tourist in Temple Bar jailed for four years and nine months
Taoiseach says there should be a cap on RTÉ exit payments
Hourly trains between Dublin and Belfast announced as part of €800m NI funding package
Man appears in court charged with intimidating Michael Healy-Rae during protest
Julian Assange too unwell to attend final UK court appeal on his extradition to the US
One case of measles confirmed in Northern Ireland, linked to rise of cases across Europe
Irish travel ban for Israeli settlers likely, as disagreement remains at EU level
Sinn Féin pledges to re-run referendums if they fall and the party gets into government
Pregnant woman killed after car collides with pedestrians in Co Fermanagh
Spitting, shouting and throwing bricks: Public transport workers call for govt to act on abuse
Lyle’s is changing the iconic but grim Golden Syrup logo of a dead lion being swarmed by bees