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Two people arrested after firearms seized from Dublin property

Man found civilly liable for Omagh bombing to be extradited to Lithuania

Despite having two Olympians in the family, there is “no back story” as far as being a sporting family is concerned, father Noel says. Sinéad, the eldest daughter, started at 14 in the commercial during a summer camp

Family of Irish Olympians celebrate as youngest wins bronze with rowing team

Met Éireann issues nationwide warning for rain and thunderstorms

Twin breaks down at trial describing how abuse by stepfather ‘became the norm’

High temperatures, ageing pipes may have led to burst Kerry water mains

Special Report: Dublin’s a sight for sore eyes this summer. The capital is packed with great experiences for all the family to enjoy

Former solicitor charged with stealing €330,000 from clients

Dart expansion to Maynooth and Dunboyne faces delays


Scoops of the Day

Video: 1,000 new Irish citizens celebrate together in special online event organised by @DeptJusticeIRL 

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Miriam Lord: Four brides to be were located and the pack descended. In fairness, these women have had a difficult and expensive time, booking and cancelling weddings on multiple occasions

Competition: Win a Switch-Off Sunday package at Cliff at Lyons

Alleged rape of Defence Forces member at quarantine hotel investigated

Keogh, Lambe, Murtagh and Hegarty win Ireland’s first medal of the Tokyo Games

Interview: Phoenix Park ‘cannot cope’ with traffic volumes, says Patrick O'Donovan

Murder investigation following death of child in Belfast

Covid-19 vaccine booster shots to be offered to older people in early autumn amid reinfection concerns

Parents urged to ignore ‘misinformation’ as vaccines for over-12s could begin next week

Creating Our Future: ‘National brainstorm’ to identify areas for future research


Scoops of the Week

Professor left scarred by Covid-19 warns public against complacency

Ireland was among just six European countries to experience an increase in road deaths despite significantly reduced pandemic traffic volumes, new data has shown

Archaeologists have described the first medieval Cistercian stone barn to be excavated in Ireland as a “phenomenal” discovery.

Experts at odds about the real threat of long Covid facing children

The Irish media are “being managed to serve distorted and sometimes questionable ends, which are calculated to deprive us of our critical faculties”, the Catholic Archbishop of Tuam, Michael Neary, has said.

McKeag was one of Johnny “Mad Dog” Adair’s team, a senior ranker in the UDA’s C Company on the Lower Shankill Road, which inspired fear, or respect, or both.

Known to few outside loyalist circles, Stephen McKeag left a trail of death behind him

The low level of anti-vax sentiment is a very good sign for our democracy

State ‘proud’ to welcome more than 1,000 new citizens