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Man and woman arrested in Creeslough investigation released without charge
Trump trial judgment looms, but former US president unlikely to face jail
UN Security Council to hold emergency meeting over 'horrific' fatal strike on Rafah
Opinion: The Irish Government must now push against the flow of arms to Israel
Alice-Mary Higgins
Minister seeks to renew Ireland’s counter-terrorism laws as 'real and persistent' threat remains
Ireland's 13-year-olds have fewer friends but better familial relationships than a decade ago
Ireland to make recognition of Palestine official this morning with Taoiseach speech to follow
Ireland to fall 'well short' of both national and EU emissions reduction targets
The country is projected to achieve a reduction of up to 29% in total greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, compared to the target of 51%.
Retire to the EU? Young MEPs are few and far between - and that's not likely to change soon
Just three of the 705 current MEPs are under 30, with the European Parliament historically being seen as ‘a retirement place’.
Investigation by Noteworthy and European partners finds the median age of outgoing MEPs is 54 years
Expert blames infrequent elections in Ireland for low amount of young politicians
European Youth Forum: Younger MEPs can boost youth participation in elections
27th May 2024
Gardaí appeal for public's assistance in tracing 84-year-old woman missing from Co Galway