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Friday 14 June 2024 Dublin: 16°C
Putin demands Ukraine surrenders territory and drops NATO bid in exchange for peace talks
Horse racing bodies to appear before Dáil committee next week amid abattoir revelations
University of Limerick President resigns after property deal controversy
Man convicted for conspiring to pervert the course of justice during trial for garda's murder
One man arrested after €500,000 worth of drugs and cash seized in Wicklow
The Explainer: What is the shape of Irish politics after the local and European elections?
The Journal Friday Newshound Quiz
Fortieth arrest made in connection with the Dublin riots in November
Poll: Will you be watching the Euros this year?
Enoch Burke seeks to have order underlining his incarceration set aside by High Court
Three women given suspended sentences for offences linked to death of showjumper Katie Simpson
Woman charged in relation to murder of Michael Foley in West Cork
Nearly half a million people waiting longer for medical appointments than Sláintecare targets
'It's apocalyptic': A doctor's experience of treating people after Israel's attack on Saturday
Yellow thunderstorm warning for nine counties, with chance of hail and lightning damage
What are the rules on posters now the elections are over? Here's everything to know
Historical abuse survivors settle High Court case over inclusion in redress scheme
Woman who claimed pension of dead father-in-law got husband to pretend to be 110-year-old relative
Increase of 579% in the numbers of adults in emergency accommodation for more than six months since 2014
Tesla shareholders back $56 billion pay package for Elon Musk
17-year-old boy dies in workplace accident in Co Cavan
Irish Airline Pilots' Association begin voting on strike action against Aer Lingus
Two men arrested as €1 million in cash seized in Dublin
50-year-old Dublin taxi driver convicted of the rape of two women in the back of his car in 2022
Ardal O'Hanlon, Patrick Kielty and Tommy Tiernan amongst comedians to meet Pope Francis
GPs advise parents that infants 6-11 months should receive extra MMR vaccine if travelling abroad
A mix of personal stories and opinions on the stories of the day.
The seeds of an Irish 'Stop the Steal' campaign are being sown
Ciarán O’Connor
The shock results show Modi is no longer as popular as he thought he was
Priyanka Borpujari
Are you burning out? Here are the signs to watch out for…
Linda Breathnach
I can still vividly remember the stress, tears and dread of my Leaving Cert
Margaret Lynch
One MEP, 3 TDs and 23 local councillors: Independent Ireland is now a sizeable party
Natural History Museum to close for several years for refurbishment
G7 leaders to debate migration on the second day of summit in Italy
Analysis: We had record low turnout in these elections - what does it mean?
Adrian Kavanagh
Tony Bennett’s daughters sue their brother over handling of late singer’s assets
BBC to broadcast final interview from Michael Mosley after death in Greece
All European seats filled as final four MEPs elected in Midlands-North West
Fianna Fáil's Barry Cowen becomes second candidate elected in Midlands-North West
Rory McIlroy shoots 65 for share of lead after first round of US Open
First of four convoys of Irish ambulances arrive in Poland ahead of donation to Ukraine
13th June 2024
All five seats filled in Ireland South as final count results announced
Fine Gael’s Seán Kelly, Fianna Fáil’s Billy Kelleher and Cynthia Ní Murchú, Independent Michael McNamara and Sinn Féin’s Kathleen Funchion have been elected.