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June 2024
Stardust redress process could be complete 'within weeks'
This year
State to hold remembrance ceremony for Stardust victims on 23 June
Gardaí are revisiting Stardust files from 1980s and 2016 following inquest result
Stardust campaigner refuses to accept apologies of local TDs Seán Haughey and Richard Bruton
State apology 'bittersweet', as Stardust families call for follow through on promises
'We should have provided answers': Simon Harris's State apology to Stardust families in full
Taoiseach says State 'rubbed salt in the wounds' of Stardust families as he delivers formal apology
Simon Harris told the families today that the State failed them when they needed it most.
Government will give 'very serious consideration' to redress scheme for Stardust families
The families of the victims have been through “an enormous trauma”, Martin said.
Taoiseach apologises 'unreservedly' to Stardust families following 'emotional' meeting today
Simon Harris said he will make a formal apology ‘on behalf of the State’ on Tuesday in the Dáil.
Stardust: A timeline of the Tribunals, reports and inquests that led to this week's verdict
This week a verdict of unlawful killing was returned by the jury for all 48 people who died in the disaster.
Government hopes to make formal state apology in Dáil next week
'I've been on a mission since the night I ran out looking for him': Stardust families react
The tangled web of the Butterlys' business dealings over the years
The Butterly family presided over a wide network of businesses in its heyday – but many shut or went into receivership during the financial crisis.
The Journal's Stardust podcast returns with a new episode: Unlawful killing
Which exit doors did the Stardust tribunal say were locked?
What it was like in the room when the Stardust verdict was announced
A member of staff discreetly slid packets of tissues onto the tables where some of the family members were sitting.
Stardust families call for apology, Taoiseach says Government and gardaí will consider verdict
Stardust: These were the causes of death recorded today for the 48 people who died
The Stardust inquests today delivered a verdict of unlawful killing in the case of all victims.
How Eamon Butterly tried and failed to remove 'unlawful killing' as a verdict at Stardust inquests
Stardust inquests deliver verdict of unlawful killing in the case of all 48 victims
The jury yesterday said they could not reach a unanimous verdict, and had instead come to a majority decision.
The 48 people who lost their lives in the Stardust fire on 14 February 1981
Over the course of several weeks, the inquests heard from the families of each of those who died in the fire.
Stardust inquests: Jury determines fire started in hot press and was caused by electrical fault
Jury's verdict in Stardust inquests will be announced today at 2pm
Jury in Stardust inquests has reached a verdict which will be announced tomorrow at 2pm
The jury were told to assemble at 11am tomorrow morning in the Pillar Room of the Rotunda Hospital.
Jury at Stardust inquest ‘very close’ to reaching verdicts
Jury at Stardust inquest to continue deliberations for tenth day tomorrow
Jurors at Stardust inquest retire for weekend having spent eight days deliberating so far
Jury at Stardust inquest seeks further legal guidance on seventh day of deliberations
Jury at Stardust inquest seek further legal guidance on sixth day of deliberations
Jury at Stardust Inquest to continue deliberations tomorrow
Jury not permitted to determine unborn baby as 49th victim of Stardust fire
Coroner answers jury's legal questions on third day of deliberations in Stardust inquest
After one year and 373 witnesses, jurors at Stardust inquest begin deliberations
Jury to begin deliberations into Stardust fire next week
Stardust jury hears list of fire's victims and causes of death as inquest near conclusion
Stardust jury reminded of 'inferno' that developed at nightclub fire before deliberations
Stardust inquest coroner outlines testimony of survivors and continues summary of evidence
Stardust: Coroner tells jury they must be 'arbiters of the facts'
Stardust families 'have waited longer than Moses in the desert without justice', inquest told
Stardust jury urged to return verdict of unlawful killing in death of 48 victims