Gardaí make tenth arrest in investigation into death of Tristan Sherry in Blanchardstown
Chance of thunderstorms as temperatures to drop to freezing in coming days
20th February 2024
Government failures on housing have 'lasting impact' on young children, says charity
Hourly trains between Dublin and Belfast announced as part of €800m NI funding package
Michael Lynn to file appeal after sentencing for €18 million theft from banks
This week
18th February 2024 - 21st February 2024
BBC reporter criticised for asking Andrew Scott about Barry Keoghan's naked dance scene in Saltburn
'Shall I sing a rebel song?' Cillian Murphy jokes and says he is 'proud Irishman' after winning Bafta
Fine Gael selects Regina Doherty to run for EU election in Dublin
Last week
11th February 2024 - 17th February 2024
Young girl injured in Parnell Square attack out of ICU after second admission
PAC to recommend RTÉ brought under remit of Comptroller and Auditor General
Tánaiste accuses Israel of ‘disinformation campaign’ against UNRWA as he pledges extra funding
Bakhurst seeks legal advice on revealing other RTÉ exit package payouts, assures minister O'Keeffe's €450K is correct amount
The Dáil heard accusations of other ‘golden handshakes’ at RTÉ this afternoon.
Sinn Féin's Pearse Doherty told the Dáil O'Keeffe's exit package was 'cooked up behind closed doors with no sign-off, no tax paid and no disclosure until yesterday'
Tánaiste says there must be full transparency around the payouts made to all RTÉ executives
Ukraine destroys Russian warship amid 'extremely difficult' conditions on front line
Government approves additional €500 million for Children's Hospital, pushing costs over €2 billion
The new funding brings the previous budget of €1.73 billion – which was already well above initial spending forecasts – to €2.24 billion.
HSE tells Assisted Dying Committee there are already 'significant' supports for 'dying in a dignified way'
UAE, Azerbaijan and Brazil form 'troika' to push for global action on global warming
Councillors agree €40 million redevelopment of Dalymount Park in Phibsborough
Human destruction of nature threatens migratory mammals, fish and birds, report declares
Uncertainty for Pakistan as indecisive election leans towards candidates loyal to Imran Khan
Kansas City wins Super Bowl as Taylor Swift's boyfriend Travis Kelce blows up at coach
EU and Nato leaders criticise Trump over threat to 'encourage' Russian attacks on allies
World leaders and Hamas warn Israel to call off plans to stage ground offensive in Rafah
Ukraine downs Russian drones as attacks launched for five hours overnight
Poll: Who will win in today's Ireland v Italy Six Nations game?
Heavy showers and chance of hail as overnight temperatures to dip below freezing
Christopher Nolan wins top prize at Directors Guild awards for Oppenheimer, starring Cillian Murphy
This month
February 2024
'Honest and honourable': Former Taoiseach John Bruton remembered at state funeral
The 76-year-old Fine Gael politician died on Tuesday following a long illness.
Tánaiste condemns order given to Israeli troops to 'prepare to operate' in Rafah
Two men injured in 'violent disorder' in Limerick city
Ryan Tubridy's former radio slot loses listeners in latest audience figures
An Post has launched a new stamp - here's what it looks like
Warmest January on record as temperatures hover above crucial 1.5 limit
Israeli PM Netanyahu rejects Hamas ceasefire demands and vows to secure ‘absolute victory’
Road changes to divert through traffic away from Dublin city centre to take effect from August
Biden accuses Trump of pressuring Republicans to reject border measures and Ukraine aid deal
Flogas cuts residential electricity prices by 15%