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Tributes paid to TV presenter Aideen Kennedy on her death aged 43


I respectfully ended a relationship a year ago - so why is my ex still so angry?


Britain’s Brexit gamble: will it reinvigorate economy or trigger permanent decline?


Bono and Paul Muldoon get personal about their fathers


Customers of departing energy company asked to pay up to 40% more with alternate providers


Accommodation limits must not lead to vulnerable Ukrainian refugees ‘falling through the cracks’


Cost of living measures in Budget will be ‘evidence based’, Taoiseach says


Macron faces tough battle for control of parliament as France votes


Nato warns of long Ukraine war as Russia intensifies assaults


UK protocol policy an act of ‘economic vandalism’ on North - Taoiseach


Bangladesh, India floods: at least 19 dead, millions stranded


Miriam Lord: Venomous Varadkar finds Sinn Féin’s poor mouth a bit rich


Daryl McCormack arrives as a leading man — in Good Luck to You, Leo Grande


Sally Rooney’s Beautiful World, Where Are You wins novel of the year at Dalkey Literary Awards


So Young: The Taking of My Life by the Catholic Church: a tough but vital account of abuse


TikTok: The world’s fastest-growing social media group deepens its Irish connections


Rowan Atkinson: ‘In a proper free society, you should be allowed to make jokes about absolutely anything’


Irish Catholics meet for ‘once in 2,000-year’ chance to reform Church


Cost of living protests take place in Dublin and other cities


Plan to house Ukrainian refugees on cruise ship in Dublin port turned down


Covid: ‘Summer wave’ taking off this month, immunologist warns


Ireland lobbied by consultancy firms on scope of Russian sanctions


Housing supply buckling under extra strain of asylum seekers


Substantial Blackrock house on large grounds, with detached home office and garden room, for €3.25m


Rising Covid-19 cases set to put increased pressure on hospitals, Holohan warns


Donal Murphy: ‘I can’t see energy prices dropping off too much’


Fashion brands’ profits hit as customers return worn clothing


Swim instructor must stop lessons near former employer


Irish gangland ‘spooked’ by scale of US focus on Kinahan cartel


Jay Bourke’s insolvency practitioner fell ‘well below’ appropriate ethical standards, says judge


Priced out of renting a car this summer? This could be the answer to your prayers


The Obamas’ new TV series is about to start filming in Ireland. Brace yourself for the diddley-dee worst


‘He had no privacy, no dignity’: Life and death at University Hospital Limerick


Southampton’s signing of Gavin Bazunu earns big windfall for Shamrock Rovers


Woman who died after giving birth at her Limerick home is named


Ukraine gets EU candidate status backing from European Commission


Public sector pay talks stall as unions reject 5% increase over two years


‘Tasty and that’s it’: McDonald’s restaurants reopen in Russia under new name


Waterford pharmaceutical staff hoping pay increase ‘can tide us over’ cost of living increases


Michael Obafemi’s screamer caps memorable first Nations League win for Ireland


Strokestown House home to time capsule of the Great Hunger: The National Famine Museum reopens


Emer McLysaght: Roll up the ham, it’s Irish summer salad season


Celebrating James Joyce as a local and global figure


The toughest political battles may yet be fought within the Government


I’m an Orangeman, and I found the Michaela McAreavey song disgusting and unforgivable


French election: Voters go to polls to decide Macron’s fate


Ukraine says it still controls Severodonetsk plant sheltering hundreds


US gun control: Thousands march on Washington DC to demand change


McDonald criticises Lewis over claim regarding legality of proposed Protocol legislation


    
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2022-10-03 16:58:29