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Civil War: 100 years on
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Civil War: 100 years on

Tue 9:10 AM 53 Views 0 Comments

The Four Courts assault that launched the Civil War began on 28 June 1922.

Journal Media wins four Justice Media Awards for excellence in legal journalism
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Journal Media wins four Justice Media Awards for excellence in legal journalism

Jun 22nd 2022, 10:56 PM 12,287 Views 16 Comments

Reporters Michelle Hennessy, Maria Delaney, Lauren Boland, Jane Moore and Rónán Duffy were among the winners.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are coming back to Ireland in 2023
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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are coming back to Ireland in 2023

May 24th 2022, 8:55 AM 23,289 Views 36 Comments

The veteran group are heading out on their first post-Covid tour.

Zelenskyy says Ukraine will host Eurovision 2023 as Kalush Orchestra triumph in Turin
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Zelenskyy says Ukraine will host Eurovision 2023 as Kalush Orchestra triumph in Turin

Updated May 15th 2022, 9:50 AM 91,926 Views 138 Comments
  • Contest oganisers the EBU will begin planning with Ukraine but say there are "unique challenges involved".
  • The folk-rap group - as men of fighting age - had to get special permission to leave their country for the contest and are expected home tomorrow.
'Help Mariupol, help Azovstal now': Ukraine singer makes appeal from Eurovision stage
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'Help Mariupol, help Azovstal now': Ukraine singer makes appeal from Eurovision stage

May 14th 2022, 10:07 PM 37,269 Views 8 Comments

Frontman Oleh Psiuk appealed for help for the trapped fighters to a TV audience of up to 200 million people.

Eurovision: Seven songs to watch and other key things to know ahead of tonight's Grand Final
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Eurovision: Seven songs to watch and other key things to know ahead of tonight's Grand Final

May 14th 2022, 8:00 PM 27,987 Views 5 Comments

Need to catch up ahead of tonight’s show?

Wolves, handbasins and hints of chaos: Notes from a slightly bonkers Eurovision build-up
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Wolves, handbasins and hints of chaos: Notes from a slightly bonkers Eurovision build-up

May 14th 2022, 11:30 AM 12,497 Views 2 Comments

Eurovision 2022 is a peculiar mix of showbiz, politics, tourism, cheese and chaos. Here’s what’s been happening.

Eurovision: Steps now being taken to remove Russia from future contests, EBU boss says
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Eurovision: Steps now being taken to remove Russia from future contests, EBU boss says

May 13th 2022, 10:10 PM 47,634 Views 25 Comments
  • Noel Curran, a former head of RTÉ, said it very quickly became apparent in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine that Russia couldn't be allowed take part in Eurovision.
  • He wouldn't be drawn on where the contest might be staged next year if Ukraine - overwhelming favourites in Turin - take the top prize.
Fleeting hopes and a familiar crush of disappointment: Irish fans on our Eurovision knock-out
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Fleeting hopes and a familiar crush of disappointment: Irish fans on our Eurovision knock-out

May 13th 2022, 9:11 AM 15,114 Views 23 Comments

Ireland’s less-than-stellar showing in the modern contest continued last night as we failed to seal a slot in the final.

Ireland's Brooke Scullion out of the Eurovision after failing to qualify from semi-final
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Ireland's Brooke Scullion out of the Eurovision after failing to qualify from semi-final

May 12th 2022, 10:11 PM 79,692 Views 130 Comments

The Derry singer failed to finish in the top ten in tonight’s heat in Turin.

Eurovision: What you need to know as Ireland battles for one of ten remaining slots in Saturday final
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Eurovision: What you need to know as Ireland battles for one of ten remaining slots in Saturday final

Updated May 12th 2022, 8:10 PM 40,607 Views 35 Comments

It’s going to be a tough task but singer Brooke Scullion says she’s confident her performance will break through.

Hauliers protest over fuel costs ends after causing day-long disruption in Dublin
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Hauliers protest over fuel costs ends after causing day-long disruption in Dublin

Updated Apr 11th 2022, 10:00 PM 174,301 Views 196 Comments

A number of hauliers and truckers were fined for obstructing roads in the docklands area of Dublin.

Arrest that growth - Garda inspector issues a stern rebuke over beards on the beat
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Arrest that growth - Garda inspector issues a stern rebuke over beards on the beat

Mar 31st 2022, 6:40 PM 42,835 Views 15 Comments

The Inspector issued his warning to gardaí based in Road Policing in Dublin.

Weddings to be limited to 100 people as part of new measures to tackle Omicron
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Weddings to be limited to 100 people as part of new measures to tackle Omicron

Dec 17th 2021, 6:21 PM 19,022 Views 6 Comments

Receptions must also end at midnight.

As it happened: Tens of thousands without power and people told to stay indoors in Red counties From TheJournal.ie
Live Dec 7th 2021, 12:00 PM

As it happened: Tens of thousands without power and people told to stay indoors in Red counties

  • Status Red warnings are now in place in Cork and Kerry - with a further Red warning to take effect in Clare from 4pm
  • The rest of the country is covered by Orange and Yellow warnings
  • Over 50,000 premises are without power and schools in Red and Orange counties are closed
Italy have won Eurovision 2021 with the UK finishing rock bottom on 'nul points'
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Italy have won Eurovision 2021 with the UK finishing rock bottom on 'nul points'

May 22nd 2021, 11:48 PM 83,421 Views 140 Comments

After a gap last year, the contest was held in front of a live crowd of 3,500 in Rotterdam.

Britain’s Prince Philip has died aged 99
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Britain’s Prince Philip has died aged 99

Apr 9th 2021, 12:06 PM 141,699 Views 201 Comments
  • The Duke of Edinburgh passed away this morning at Windsor Castle.
  • Queen Elizabeth II regarded him as the "strength" behind the throne.
  • UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson led tributes at Downing Street this afternoon.
UCD professor Dolores Cahill resigns as chair of the Irish Freedom Party
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UCD professor Dolores Cahill resigns as chair of the Irish Freedom Party

Mar 22nd 2021, 7:20 PM 65,494 Views 0 Comments

There has been renewed focus on the academic’s stance on the pandemic in recent days.

HSE will 'immediately endeavour' to begin using AstraZeneca jab again if EMA gives all clear
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HSE will 'immediately endeavour' to begin using AstraZeneca jab again if EMA gives all clear

Updated Mar 18th 2021, 10:24 AM 28,760 Views 50 Comments

The agency is holding an extraordinary meeting to finalise its conclusions on the blood clot issue. A number of countries across Europe, including Ireland, paused use of the vaccine in recent days.

Cocaine worth almost €3 million seized in Garda operation in northern Donegal
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Cocaine worth almost €3 million seized in Garda operation in northern Donegal

Mar 17th 2021, 4:13 PM 19,832 Views 21 Comments

Gardaí are liaising with the PSNI as part of their investigation.

Verdict: Trump acquitted as just seven Republicans side with Democrats in Senate vote
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Verdict: Trump acquitted as just seven Republicans side with Democrats in Senate vote

Updated Feb 13th 2021, 10:01 PM 140,327 Views 250 Comments

The former US president was accused of inciting the deadly riot at the US Capitol last month.

People turned back at border with Northern Ireland as new rules come into effect
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People turned back at border with Northern Ireland as new rules come into effect

Updated Feb 8th 2021, 3:04 PM 47,799 Views 68 Comments

People living in Northern Ireland who cross the Irish border without a reasonable excuse face a 100 euro fine from today.

As it happened: Joe Biden sworn in as 46th President of the United States From TheJournal.ie
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As it happened: Joe Biden sworn in as 46th President of the United States

US Election: Biden now leads in Pennsylvania and Georgia as he closes in on 270 electoral college votes
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US Election: Biden now leads in Pennsylvania and Georgia as he closes in on 270 electoral college votes

Nov 6th 2020, 1:58 PM 55,626 Views 106 Comments

The developments put the former Vice President in a strong position to clinch the 270 electoral college votes needed.

In White House remarks, Trump claims without evidence that election is being stolen from him
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In White House remarks, Trump claims without evidence that election is being stolen from him

Nov 6th 2020, 12:03 AM 47,593 Views 142 Comments

Trump insisted there had been “historic election interference by big media, big money and big tech”.

'Right decision': HSE boss says suspension of meat plant testing was necessary to deal with surge in demand elsewhere
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'Right decision': HSE boss says suspension of meat plant testing was necessary to deal with surge in demand elsewhere

Sep 10th 2020, 12:45 PM 16,853 Views 27 Comments

The serial testing has been suspended in order to meet the surge in demand for community testing.

The Remote: Everyone's favourite Danish political drama lands on Netflix and Ros na Rún turns 25
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The Remote: Everyone's favourite Danish political drama lands on Netflix and Ros na Rún turns 25

Sep 8th 2020, 5:27 PM 38,830 Views 5 Comments

We’ve got you covered whether you want a solo TV night or one for all the family.

'A long year': Leaving Cert students commended as calculated grades released
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'A long year': Leaving Cert students commended as calculated grades released

Updated Sep 7th 2020, 10:06 PM 45,464 Views 38 Comments

Students were able to access their grades since 9am this morning.

Recall: Coalition leaders agree Dáil should return early but opposition demands it comes back sooner
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Recall: Coalition leaders agree Dáil should return early but opposition demands it comes back sooner

Updated Aug 23rd 2020, 11:48 AM 45,116 Views 97 Comments

TDs are expected to return two weeks ahead of schedule on 1 September.

Social visits to be limited to 10 people from no more than four households at one time
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Social visits to be limited to 10 people from no more than four households at one time

Jul 15th 2020, 8:03 PM 72,444 Views 85 Comments

Restrictions on indoor gatherings to 50 and outdoors to 200 will also remain until August 10.

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