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2023
'People don't know what's being lost': Calls for more notice after trees felled in Dublin city
Staff at new Children's Hospital may be housed at Crumlin hospital
The EU plan to increase the energy rating of all buildings could cost up to €1 trillion
Fianna Fáil MEPs expect 'a big shift to the right' in the upcoming elections, pushing them out
Schools are removing outer doors on bathrooms to crack down on students vaping
'History will not judge us well': Children unsafe in Direct Provision, Ombudsman warns
Taoiseach critical of HSE as 270 extra junior doctors hired with no sign-off
'This is a matter of basic health': Will Dublin City get congestion charges any time soon?
Armenian ambassador to Ireland warns situation with Azerbaijan could deteriorate further
Budget 2024: Some changes kicked in at midnight - others won't take effect for quite a while
'I am broken mentally, physically and financially': What readers want to see in Budget 2024
Housing Minister says Dublin Airport's North Runway 'using flight paths that weren’t agreed'
Nokia to offer Irish government solution to undersea cable security concerns
Multiple prison staff investigated for allegedly using company fuel cards to top up their own cars
Fewer than 50,000 renters have claimed the Rent Tax Credit so far this year
Iveagh Markets 'urgent' repair work not set to begin until late 2024
Energy security review to find 'short-term' back-up gas storage needed for Ireland
Irish lab not processing CervicalCheck samples five months on due to 'documents' delay
Massive overhaul of Irish speed limits will see 30 km/h maximum on many roads
Warning that no new patients should be put on Ozempic as medicine shortages rise
McGrath working on 'very targeted' measures to help mortgage holders with sky high interest rates
Five things to look out for as the Dáil's constituency map is redrawn
Development at 'white water rafting' site at stalemate as council 'in limbo'
Lawyers for State wanted to use AIDS crisis to defend Ireland's ban on same-sex relationships
'Grave concern' for Ireland's national heritage sites as vandalism is on the rise
Students told to pay year's rent of over €8,000 in two cash installments or risk losing tenancy
Apartment owners threatened with legal action if they don't pay €5,000 for fire safety works
Dublin city crime: statistics indicate return to pre-pandemic incidence of assault
Student accommodation dash: Scarce rooms, few protections and potential scams
'I wonder have I failed my family': Readers describe their struggles with mortgage repayments
Behind the scenes at Accenture: Employees share their 'anger' after 890 layoffs announced
Explainer: Why are protesters targeting Ireland's libraries?
'The baggies don't have a little health warning': Doctor warns coke strokes are on the rise
Iceland workers at Talbot St store enter fortieth day of occupation
Nuclear threats, Northern Ireland and higher interest rates among top government concerns
"Something has to change": Retained firefighters call for complete overhaul of service
BOI and AIB have made €1 billion this year. Is it time to revisit the decision to privatise them?
Nearly 500,000 people receive drinking water from 'at-risk' public supplies
Tenants say no alarms were heard during fire where floors 'filled with smoke' in Dublin
No late night pubs and clubs for Christmas party season due to law delay, confirms Taoiseach