The Women's Podcast Big Night In is back for Season 3. Róisín Ingle will be joined by one of the six fabulous guests every fortnight. Have a look at the star-studded line-up and secure your ticket now.
Water charges, carbon emissions: Politics-as-usual starts to resume
Providing a new estimate of the ancestor from which all bacterial species are derived, new research offers a glimpse into the likely nature of the first bacterial cells. Read more ($) ➡ ➡ #ScienceResearch #SciencePerspective
June 1 is the start of the Atlantic hurricane season. To help you prepare, listen to our podcast to learn how the National Ocean Service responds to hurricanes, as well as easy steps you can take to be ready. @NWS #HurricanePrep
Scientists have turned to the brain’s long-ignored background electrical chatter for clues about how we sleep and age, @lizlandau reported for Quanta in February.
Claddagh records relaunched following deal with Universal Music Ireland
Ten shot dead in Ballymurphy massacre entirely innocent, coroner finds
Water charges will not be reintroduced, says Taoiseach Micheal Martin
Man is jailed for 7½ years over role in ‘sinister attack’ at Dublin flat
Covid-19: Nolan’s ‘snake oil’ claim about antigen tests unhelpful, says Donnelly
Twitter suspends nine accounts linked to account contributed to by Eoghan Harris
Fears of ‘cancer epidemic’ across Europe as screening stalled during pandemic
We will oppose plans for soldier amnesty in any way we can, says Michael O’Hare
This morning's most-read article: Tory dominance is likely to hasten break-up of the union
Consumers should not buy antigen testing kits being sold in supermarkets due to the risk of false results, according to chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan