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# crisis

This year
2024
The EU's Israel-Gaza response has been poor according to two-thirds of Irish voters
The negative feeling is most keenly felt among younger people.
A major The Journal/Ireland Thinks poll, the first in a series of EU 2024 polls, published this morning.
The EU's response to the Gaza conflict has damaged its reputation with Irish people.
There remains, however, a huge motivation across the population to vote in four months with over 80% signalling intention to make it to the polling booths.
President Higgins warns of 'moment of global crisis' as Israel strikes refugee-dense southern Gaza
Last year
2023
Around 40 Irish citizens in Gaza require evacuation
'National crisis in animal welfare': post-pandemic surge in cruelty cases says ISPCA
'Winter trolley numbers in May': INMO slam hospital wait times as almost 12,000 without beds
Govt agrees to deploy Army Ranger Wing to help Irish citizens leave Sudan
Eyewitness: One man had seen the bodies of his wife, kids and parents brought out of the rubble
Aisha Harbalieh
Wales players 'looking at significant pay-cuts'
Two naval ships to be tied up as staffing crisis deepens in Irish Navy
CityWest refugee centre to close to new arrivals 'in a matter of days', says O'Gorman
Housing targets expected to be revised upwards as Govt considers buying up apartments
All time
German football needs rapid overhaul, says Flick
Crisis-hit Juventus suffer humiliating early Champions League elimination
Increase to €400 payment for housing Ukrainians 'on the table' as leaders set to meet Monday
Luke Donald says Ryder Cup can 'unify' golf despite LIV split
English club rugby reeling after Wasps join Worcester in fight for survival
Death toll from Pakistan flash floods surpasses 1,000
Six EU countries send firefighters to help battle French wildfires
June homelessness report shows all-time highs in several categories
New Sri Lanka president sworn in amid ongoing crisis
UK's Johnson went on country weekend instead of attending emergency heatwave briefing
Recent decline in childhood vaccinations reaching crisis point, UN says
Sri Lanka declares state of emergency after president flees to Maldives
Number of paramedics should 'at least' double to reduce burnout among staff
New citizens' assembly on biodiversity to meet for the first time in April
Irish aid worker claims migrants in Poland/Belarus area have been beaten and electrocuted
Dundalk's injury problems compounded by Covid outbreak on eve of FAI Cup replay
Internal investigation after motorcycle paramedics told to provide 50km escort for bride-to-be
Fuel tanker explosion kills 20 people in Lebanon
The government could help solve the housing crisis if it borrowed several billion euro, says ESRI
A successful vaccine rollout 'should see economy recover in second half of 2021'
'If this goes on indefinitely you have to question if pro rugby is sustainable'
European clubs chief warns that football is in 'crisis-management' mode
Opinion: 'Lebanon needs help - or the consequences for the Middle East don't bear thinking about'
Brid Kennedy
Aircraft maker Airbus warns of 'gravest crisis' as it says it will cut 15,000 jobs
'If players refuse to take a pay cut then they will lose credibility'
Who's calling the shots? - The role of Ireland's public health emergency team and its key players
Predictable, not inevitable? How Covid-19 spread through Irish nursing homes
Shamrock Rovers players and staff take 25% pay cut
‘This is like a war - Irish sport and the Irish economy will need a Marshall Plan’