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Last year
'I never feel safe walking through the city': Your stories about crime in Dublin
Varadkar says giving gardaí guns would only result in escalation of armed crimes
HSE warns measles outbreak could happen in Ireland amid faltering vaccine uptake
There has been a significant increase in cases of measles in Europe in the first half of this year.
What impact will the European heatwave have on Irish supermarket shelves?
Cork residents fail in 'class action' against landlord over anti-social activity by his tenants
'Like opening an oven': Irish people in European heatwave recount 'unrelenting' heat
Ireland at risk of breaking carbon budget limit as emissions fell only 2% last year
'The system is broken': Carlow toddler with scoliosis without therapy due to staffing crisis
Tolls to increase across the country as TII insists rises are necessary to improve road network
Rising ocean temperatures spell 'real threat' to fish species in Irish waters
Majority of expert group call to replace Special Criminal Court with a new, non-jury court
Siptu to begin 'intensive' engagement with Tara Mines management over lay-offs of 650 workers
Nurses recruited to Ireland who fail €2,800 test left with debt and no work
'Extremely disappointing': Water quality in rivers and lakes fails to make upward strides
'Staff have been attacked, spat at': Dublin city businesses on impact of anti-social behaviour
Countdown starts on EU election as MEPs race to finish new laws
No funding being provided this year for development of more HSE eating disorder services
Green MEPs 'very' concerned by opposition to plan for restoring nature and rewetting Irish bogs
'Not going back to hostels': The Dublin tenants resisting eviction on Harrington Street
Restorative justice referrals decreased last year despite Government promise to build capacity
EPA reveals Ireland's good and bad bathing sites as improvement continues
Automatic pension scheme should not invest in fossil fuels, Government told
North Sea Summit: Ireland and UK need to cooperate on offshore wind energy, says Eamon Ryan
Indian nurses recruited by HSE wait months in Ireland without their children before starting work
With a ceasefire in place, Yemenis are still suffering from the weapons of war
'We've seen more working people and others who wouldn't be homeless in normal circumstances'
'It doesn't have to be expensive': Eamon Ryan says 'idle' rail lines could be revived
Dog owners who cannot control their pet should be treated as 'social pariahs', says McConalogue
Warnings were issued over a log-in system used by Cork university in weeks before cyber attack
Delayed climate strategy to come before Cabinet amid EU infringement proceedings
Far right protesters aren't just in it for the cause - there's also money to be made
One agitator asks his followers for support to cover travel and other expenses related to the protests.
Anti-immigration activists monetise their YouTube accounts and ask for donations, reports Eimer McAuley.
Experts say the tactics are imported from abroad but the levels of profit are small at present.
Ireland three years past deadline to send long-term climate strategy to European Union
Homelessness services prepare for potential fallout of Citywest closing to new refugees
Coillte forestry deal with British fund condemned by TDs from across political spectrum
Students urged to steer clear of ChatGPT essays as bot reopens debate on college assessment
St Vincent's creates list of Catholic iconography to return to orders after shares transfer
Officials warned that lack of social workers would delay giving adopted people their records
All time
Demands on government to step up on climate crisis as new action plan takes hold
'Terrible forecasting' and overly cautious warnings: Complaints sent to Met Éireann in 2022
Taoiseach to meet experts in housing in the coming weeks as Govt attempt to kick-start acceleration plan