Dublin: 3 °C Tuesday 28 November, 2023


Last year
The EU and You: What's working, not working and what we don't understand
In the final topic of our 18-month initiative, we shone a spotlight on the EU itself and our part in it. Turns out we had a lot to learn.
Watch our LIVE event: How to build gender and sex equity in healthcare
Peggy Maguire, Director of the European Institute of Women’s Health, on a quarter century of fighting for more data, more presence and more voice for women in health.
WATCH: Open Newsroom - The power of patient advocacy in healthcare
Watch our Open Newsroom session on how the patient advocacy movement could revolutionise health services – if they are listened to.
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An update on Noteworthy, the new investigative journalism platform from
Tell us what you would like to see investigated.
Irish language works get their own award category for first time at Irish Book Awards
An Post has taken over as sponsor of the annual awards for the next three years. is the most popular online Irish news source for the second year in a row
Over a third of Irish news consumers checked this week according to the Reuters Institute Digital News Report.
FactCheck: Has the story of a baby born alive during abortion in Poland opened a debate there? has republished a post from March of two years ago in this last week of the Irish referendum campaign.
FactCheck: Does abortion increase the risk of a woman developing breast cancer?
A paid-for advertisement on Facebook is surfacing on Irish user pages, claiming this is the case. We examine the evidence.
Lidl Ireland apologises to mum and son who were told to leave store with autism assistance dog
The supermarket chain announced a major autism-awareness initiative earlier this week.
Most public transport gradually returning to normal - though Luas Green Line remains out of action
Transport options are gradually, slowly, returning to normal.
Going to the shops? Many stores and supermarkets are now open
Limited opening hours for some major supermarkets and local shops.
Poll: Should businesses have to close for the duration of red weather alerts?
It’s been a confusing few days for employees.
Poll: Are you planning to leave your home today?
Do you think you have snow business venturing out of the house?
Ireland 2040: Grand designs but which of these projects can we expect to see first?
Inclusion in the big launch yesterday does not necessarily mean all projects will be realised this year – or even this decade.
Luas extensions, light rail to Cork and high-density housing: Project Ireland 2040 has high hopes
Full details on the projects which will go ahead in the next 10 years will be revealed later today.
House prices are within a year of getting close to Celtic Tiger peaks in some urban areas
The average asking price for a home rose on average by over €20,000 in 2017 as both and reports voice concern over supply.
Status Yellow wind warning remains in place for seven counties
Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Clare and Kerry are all facing gusts of between 90 and 110 km per hour today.
Quiz: What screen character is your Anger Twin?
Are you a slow-burner, the explosive type – or totally zen?
Did you feel 2017 was a Year of Anger? You weren't alone
All this week, will be aiming to help you reduce your exposure to anger – and to channel that emotion more constructively in 2018.
FactCheck: Did a drink-driving campaign in 1972 really say the FIFTH pint was the one too many?
No. Of course not.
Conor McGregor pulls out of Jonathan Ross Show and raft of media interviews
The MMA champion was to be on publicity trail ahead of next week’s Notorious documentary premiere.
Martin is home at last: 14 years on the street and finally a door to close behind him
Photographer Donal Moloney has been following Martin’s story for years. Here, he finds a wonderful ending.
Storm Ophelia ripped the roof off Ireland today
Fallen trees, the roof ripped off several sports clubs and schools, and three fatalities – the storm has taken its toll.
Leo Varadkar: The government IS prepared for Storm Ophelia
“Our number one priority today is to avoid any injuries and any loss of life.”
Poll: Did you decide to travel this morning?
We really hope you could avoid it.
The Taoiseach and the Finance Minister join for Budget 2018 Facebook Live
Get ready with your questions and concerns as we host a special session with Leo Varadkar and Paschal Donohoe this Wednesday evening.
Thank you for sharing your mental health experiences - that's why we share this award with you
Headline Ireland named as its Voice 2017 recipient for highlighting mental health experiences.
A patch on the wrist could deliver flu vaccine instead of needle
First human trial of the ‘microneedle patch’ that ‘punctures skin painlessly’ can be self-administered.
Journal Media reporters win five plaudits at Justice Media Awards
Incisive reporting and investigation by our reporters into tribunals, High Court proceedings, Garda strike action, wills and company law has been rewarded. is now the main online news source for Irish people
A third of the Irish market checked this week according to Reuters Institute Digital News Report.
Police shoot and injure man who attacked officer near Notre Dame cathedral
Anti-terrorism prosecutors have opened an investigation into the incident.
'Someone attempts to take their life every 9 minutes' claims Minister
Communications Minister Denis Naughten sounded a warning bell on responsible reporting at Press Council of Ireland report.
These were the 796 children who died at Tuam Mother and Baby Home
Historian Catherine Corless has shared her painstaking records of every single child whose death was registered to the home.
iTunes visionary praises Irish pledge to give all children access to arts and coding
Project to roll out free tuition in arts, drama, music and coding is attracting international attention.
Fianna Fáil has an ELEVEN point lead over Fine Gael in opinion poll
The gap in the Sunday Times-commissioned poll is the widest between the two parties in six years of B&A surveys.
Ireland's man of the century, TK Whitaker, dies aged 100
The humble civil servant created the blueprint for modern Ireland with his economic policies.
One city has seen a huge hike in house prices - and it isn't Dublin
The big issue at the end of 2016? Housing stock at a ten-year low.
Poll: Does Santa wrap presents in your house?
He seems to go along with each family’s traditions but what was yours?
Come join on a Google News Lab Fellowship
We have an exciting opportunity coming up for bright new talent.
Limerick shows Michael Noonan how much his hometown loves him
“I appreciate it very much,” said the Finance Minister.