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President should have anticipated likely response to decision not to attend Armagh service

US pledges to double funds to address climate crisis in developing nations

Earthquake in Melbourne! Definite tremors


Scoops of the Day

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said the Government will use the upcoming budget to protect people with lower incomes from the impact of rising energy costs

One person hospitalised after taking ivermectin for Covid-19 in Ireland

Fall in the number of Covid-19 cases detected in primary school children

Fintan O'Toole: Fine Gael thinks it is saintly when it is merely sanctimonious

Liberal Party expected to lead minority government after failing to secure majority

British prime minister Boris Johnson has admitted for the first time that he has six children, claiming in an interview on US television that he “changes a lot of nappies”

Church leaders learned via media that Higgins had declined invite

Supreme Court rules men entitled to costs where prosecutions dropped mid-trial

Barrister tells court woman’s trip to Barbados was for funeral ‘not a jolly on State funds’

Fine Gael’s self-image as the paragon of propriety actually encourages bad behaviour, writes Fintan O'Toole


Scoops of the Week

Would Scotland’s solution to knife crime work in Ireland?

Family of Covid patient who left hospital urges people to follow ‘proper’ medical advice

Constitutional experts back President Higgins over John Bruton

United Ireland could be the next big change engineered by young voters

Navan commuters waiting on Dublin train for 25 years

Anti-vaccine campaigner Dolores Cahill no longer listed on UCD staff directory

Covid-19: Donegal man ‘rescued’ by anti-vaxxers back in hospital

Gardaí appeal for help finding boy (4) missing from Kilkenny

The truth about Ireland’s monster €240bn debt: it wasn’t the banks, writes Eoin Burke-Kennedy

President rejects suggestion he is snubbing the queen and hits back at DUP criticism