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Israeli minister says Gaza ceasefire talks in Cairo have raised 'possibility of progress'
A UN official has said has said Nasser Hospital in Khan Yunis has turned from a “place of healing” to a “place of death”.
The UN's World Food Programme has announced a pause in food and aid deliveries to northern Gaza.
Hamas called the move a "death sentence".
Aid groups warn a ground offensive could turn Rafah into a "graveyard".
X tells private Oireachtas hearing it will abide by Irish hate speech laws
Man (33) dies in hospital after being struck by car in Co Mayo yesterday evening
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
Varadkar says bringing RTÉ under remit of Comptroller and Auditor General is being considered
Angry Siptu workers call on FAI management to resolve pay dispute at WRC
Sale of popular cargo bikes put on hold, Irish owners fear possibility of recalls
'Immense tragedy': Tributes paid after two college students killed in crash in Limerick
More than a dozen road collisions have occurred in February.
Russian ambassador to Ireland says accusations that Navalny was killed are 'unacceptable'
UK Government outline terms of reference for independent probe into Omagh bombing
'The best solution': Taoiseach says Government wants to see a dual-use model used for D Hotel
Ulster part company with head coach Dan McFarland
11 possible cases of measles in Ireland last week, according to latest report
'Serious damage can be done to democracy' — Electoral Commission warns about disinformation
Barry Keoghan is in the nip AGAIN, this time for Vanity Fair
Moving MetroLink terminus from Charlemont would cost 'several hundred million' and delay project
A professor in transportation told The Journal that moving the terminus would mean a redesign of the system that could delay it into the 2040s.
Donnelly asks HSE to undo cuts to allowances as breast cancer survivors voice anger on Liveline
'One visit' to Israel not a reason to oppose von der Leyen’s second term bid, says McGrath
The Body Shop staff in Ireland have been told stores will close by end of month
Staff have asked for information regarding redundancies and formal termination of their contracts.
Fisherman rescued from boat off Co Mayo coast after becoming seriously ill
Judge orders Gemma O'Doherty to come before High Court over order not to harass mother whose son who died by suicide
Legendary Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr to play gig in parents' hometown of Athy this June
Campaign group Equality not Care says proposed change in care referendum is ‘ageist' and 'ableist'
How has Belfast's overgrown Casement Park become the latest pitch battle around cross-border funding?
Many unionists say they would prefer no Euro 2028 games to be hosted in Northern Ireland if Casement is the venue of choice.
House prices are now higher than the peak of the Celtic Tiger boom in 2007
Two men convicted of raping and sexually assaulting teenager in hotel car park
Man who admitted to killing partner and three children in house fire sentenced to 29 years
Former All-Ireland winner arrested for alleged beating of 12-year-old boy
Heavy garda presence as men appear in court in connection with €32.8 million drugs seizure
Ireland's national debt one of the highest in the world at €42,000 per person
Taoiseach accused of 'callous broken promises' over spinal surgery delays for children
Landlord Marc Godart avoids prosecution but companies fined over unauthorised Airbnb lettings
€670k found in car as gardaí tipped off about man making cash withdrawals at several banks
British comedy actor Ewen MacIntosh - best known for his role in The Office - has died aged 50
Gardaí make tenth arrest in investigation into death of Tristan Sherry in Blanchardstown
Cease and desist notices issued to over 20 ‘dodgy box’ sellers in recent weeks
Poll: Should Ireland have a dedicated transport police?
Tánaiste holds Russia responsible for Navalny's death after DFA summons ambassador to 'express outrage'