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With many Irish families struggling financially as the cost of living rises, a new one-off payment has been made available to help households cover expenses they cannot afford to pay from their weekly income
"Look what happened to me when I came forward. Would you?"
Amid an increase in Covid case numbers, the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation has called for mandatory mask wearing in public places to be reintroduced
The National Transport Authority said the increase in fares is to reflect the increase in operating costs faced by taxi drivers
The US president took a tumble as he stopped to greet members of the public in Delaware on Saturday
The national forecaster has predicted four consecutive days of 20C+ during the week ahead
The 29-year-old passed away in a tragic swimming-pool accident in Spain on Friday while he was in the country to attend a wedding at which he was due to be a groomsman
The accident left two actors dead and six other crew members injured, officials said
The heavyweight champion was boarding a flight to the US from Manchester
“He was one of a kind," co-star Steven Van Zandt said
The cocaine was shipped to supermarkets in the Czech Republic hidden in boxes of bananas
"Their intelligence operation here is very significant"
Protests are taking place in Cork, Dublin, Galway, Limerick and Sligo
Putin claimed the EU would lose over $400 billion due to the sanctions placed on Russia
Ukrainian refugees said they had issues with the Irish taxing and banking systems, learning English and finding jobs
The discovery is a sign of hope that the threatened species may adapt to climate change
Before the war, Russia and Ukraine supplied about 40 per cent of Africa’s grain
It is likely both nations will be confirmed in their 'candidate status' by the end of June. It's the fastest progression to candidate status ever.
The letter says executives should "publicly address and condemn" Musk's public behaviour and tweeting, which they described as "a frequent source of distraction and embarrassment for us"
Someone born in 1990 in Ireland has four times the risk of developing rectal cancer as someone born in 1950
How to handle a heat wave and what to do if someone is suffering from heat exhaustion
A lot of western Europe is experiencing a heat wave right now, we still don't know a lot about the impact this has on the body but we do know it can be devastating
The WikiLeaks founder is wanted by the American authorities over documents leaked in 2010 and 2011 and could face up to 175 years in jail if convicted
McMahon, 76, said he will "accept the findings and outcome of the investigation, whatever they are"
The Scottish actor has rejected claims he was singing along to an 'IRA song' in Las Vegas on Wednesday night - explaining how he has 'worked in Belfast too long to see damage done to think this stuff is a laugh'
Fine Gael councillor Shane O’Callaghan suggests the government should look at bringing down the legal drinking age in Ireland
At the time of the shooting, a “Boomers Potluck Dinner” was being held in the church, according to a calendar on the church’s website
Mobile payments app Yippay has received approval from the CCPC
We have overnight stay at The Rostrevor Inn plus a pair tickets to the Summer Gin Cruise up for grabs.
If you’re feeling the pinch these are the available payments that those who are working are entitled to
The juror said that that the verdict ultimately swayed in Depp’s favour because “a lot of Amber’s story didn’t add up”
On 30 March 1981 Hinckley shot the then US president Ronald Reagan as well as three others outside a Washington hotel
The Tánaiste and Sinn Fein deputy were involved in personalised and bitter exchanges in the Dáil chamber amid a discussion on the rising cost of living
Pollution in all its forms is responsible for one out of every six deaths worldwide. Nearly everyone on Earth is breathing dirty air
The wine will be sold within the Houses of the Oireachtas' on-site bars and restaurants
Eamon Ryan suggested that those who are struggling with the surge in the cost of living should visit their social welfare office
Spacey's lawyer told a London court that the actor “strenuously denies” allegations of sexual assault
The film has been banned in 14 countries
Government has announced a 'green transition' fund to help businesses move away from fossil fuels
Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has also revealed that the HSE is preparing for another potential wave of Covid
An investigation has been launched after footage emerged appearing to show paratroopers engaging in sexual relations with a woman
Campaigner Tracy McGinnis was instructed to return her son's disability allowance, which was collected the day after he passed away
The requirement to take a Covid-19 test for air travellers will be scrapped from this Sunday
The Russian president, who has for months denied his country is at war with Ukraine, has compared his actions in Ukraine to Peter the Great, who went to war with Sweden
The invasion-themed fast food joint will serve up burgers named after Russian military hardware
Cian's mother called the hundreds of hours wasted following up the story "very upsetting"
Eight people died and there were nearly 600 road traffic collisions, according to data released by An Garda Siochána
Government agencies are taking too long to make land available for house-building, the Cabinet agreed
The CEO of TikTok met with Micheal Martin today as the social media behemoth announced a huge expansion in Ireland
The Ireland for Ukraine Fund has raised millions to help the more than 33,000 refugees from Ukraine here