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Friday 12 April 2024 Dublin: 13°C
American applied for Irish passports in names of dead babies after having 'visa difficulties'
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Tánaiste in favour of postponing patent referendum to allow more time for 'proper preparation'
Irish people in the US were glued to the World Cup when OJ's Ford Bronco hit the headlines
Man who raped younger sister and brother taken into custody after sitting near sibling on train
Irish border was 'exploited' by terrorists in Kingsmill attack, which was partly planned in ROI
Teens avoid prison for roles in Dublin park incident that saw Italian student badly injured
Recognition of Palestine by EU countries 'much closer', Harris says after meeting with Spanish PM
Pedro Sanchez has previously said his country plans to extend recognition to the Palestinians by July.
Another Dublin primary school is to be divested from Catholic Church
The Explainer: The State inquiry into the Bill Kenneally case - what have we learned so far?
Belgium launches probe into ‘Russian interference’ in upcoming EU elections
Government to scrap Green Paper on disability reform following backlash from activists
Kerry man described as 'logistics figure' in crystal meth haul case refused bail over flight risk
Explainer: How the 'honeytrap' sexting scandal has rocked Westminster
Jurors at Stardust inquest retire for weekend having spent eight days deliberating so far
Man (22) avoids prison term for role in €16,000 text message 'smishing' scam
Garda Ombudsman given audio recording of 'melee' that broke out at Enoch Burke court hearing
Why is Labour's deputy leader being called a 'hypocrite' by the Tories?
Israel and Iran urged to use restraint amid rising tensions in Middle East
Gardaí seize large quantity of cannabis jellies and cannabis herb during Dublin search
New EU energy efficiency law could see government incentivise thousands more homes to renovate
Gatwick had the longest delays of any UK airport last year, while Belfast City had the shortest
Michael Collins TD proposes 'chemical castration' of rapists and defends guns for self-defence
Independent Ireland candidate Ciaran Mullooly told The Journal: ‘The views quoted in Hot Press are Michael Collins’ own personal views. They are not mine.’
Man who filmed himself sexually abusing baby boy is jailed for four years
All uniform gardaí to carry out 30 minutes of roads policing per shift under new directive
Dozens of motorbikes, scramblers and e-scooters seized as 40 properties raided by gardaí
A mix of personal stories and opinions on the stories of the day.
Israel's treatment of innocent Palestinians is reminiscent of humanity's darkest days
Bobby McDonagh
Radical steps needed to make the American Dream achievable for all
Larry Donnelly
What could Dublin learn from Cork's English Market?
Aoife Barry
There's no correct way for the brain to work, we're all different
Nessa Hill
Seven people confirmed dead in explosion at Italy power plant blast as last bodies found
Three men rescued from tiny island in Pacific Ocean after writing 'HELP' on beach using palm leaves
Poll: Will you watch the Amy Winehouse biopic?
Three teenagers detained in Germany over 'Islamist attack' plot
The Journal Friday Newshound Quiz
DeChambeau grabs early Masters lead, Scheffler one back as McIlroy stays under par in the wind
Shane Lowry is on level par, with two holes of his opening round still to finish on Friday morning.
Two men in critical condition following 'serious' collision on M9 in Kilkenny
OJ Simpson’s death ‘no great loss’, says Ron Goldman’s father
Opinion: Biden’s Gaza policy is likely to cost him the election
Dr Laurence Davis
Atalanta hammering at Anfield 'a low point' for Liverpool - Klopp
Brazil bus crash kills at least nine