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Tuesday
20th February 2024
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
GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association to integrate in 2027
UCD cycling club pay tribute to 'valued member' who died after collision in Dublin on Sunday
Poll: Should the Barbie movie be on the Leaving Cert English syllabus?
Woman in her 20s dies following single-vehicle collision in Co Waterford
Tom Clonan: An emboldened Putin and a possible Trump return pose real dangers for Europe
Investigation launched after death of second teenage girl at University Hospital Limerick
A new study says that a dislike of anti-car policies tends to change once plans are implemented
Michael Lynn to file appeal after sentencing for €18 million theft from banks
Finance minister to meet Stormont counterpart, as UK govt tables motion reaffirming 'Acts of Union'
Prisoners convicted of minor crimes to undergo training programmes ahead of release
Garda reserve rules to be updated ahead of campaign launch to recruit 1,000 new hires
Fears over disqualified drivers behind the wheel as 76% ignore orders to surrender licences
It’s been suggested the figures indicate many disqualified drivers remain on the roads following conviction.
Thousands of banned drivers have ignored orders to surrender their licences in the past three years.
There have been recent cases before the courts of disqualified drivers who committed further offences.
Road safety campaigner Leo Lieghio, whose daughter Marsia was killed by a disqualified driver, called for cars to be impounded.
Monday
19th February 2024
Hunger in Gaza: 'We made bread using livestock fodder but now we've run out'
Palestinians were using livestock fodder to bake bread but they have now run out of that resource.
Malnourished new mothers are trying to figure out how to feed their infants in Gaza where formula has run out.
Families tell The Journal's reporter on the ground that they haven't eaten bread in three months.
Dima Jalal Saud reports from Rafah.
Navalny's widow Yulia Navalnaya accuses Putin of killing her husband, vows to continue his work
Disgraced ex-solicitor Michael Lynn jailed for five and a half years for €18m theft from banks
Middle East: Yemen's Houthi rebels claim to have hit two US ships off its coast
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Handling heartbreak: 'Rejection does not make you a reject, it just means they weren't for you'
RTÉ to seek legal advice in coming days as Minister says broadcaster is at 'critical juncture'
The meeting was called by the Minister after Bakhurst released information on four executive departures from the public broadcaster since he took over last year.
Media Minister Catherine Martin has said she expressed her "frustration" and "concern" to Bakhurst today.
She said that a "cap on the levels of settlements made should be introduced".
Martin said that "this is a critical juncture" for RTÉ.
Dublin's congestion is reaching 'critical' levels, oral hearings into Metrolink project told
Crystal meth seizure: Garda searches branch out into Waterford as two suspects remain in custody