Monday 17 June, 2013
The leaders are arriving for bilateral meetings before the main proceedings kick off in Fermanagh.
Wednesday 22 May, 2013
The final day of the three-day hearing saw legal experts teasing out some of the most intricate detail in the draft legislation.
Tuesday 21 May, 2013
TheJournal.ie team brought you live updates from day three of the hearings, including testimony from legal experts.
Here’s the full text of Alan Shatter’s Dáil explanation.
Day 2 of the Oireachtas hearings on abortion saw psychiatrists and medical professionals give their expert opinions on the new law.
Monday 20 May, 2013
TheJournal.ie team brought you live updates from day 2 of the hearings, includes testimony from psychiatrists.
Friday 17 May, 2013
TheJournal.ie team brought you live updates from today’s proceedings, which included testimonies from medical experts.
Saturday 4 May, 2013
We’re almost afraid to ask but…
Saturday 20 April, 2013
Watch live coverage from the local ABC affiliate, WCVB, as it covers the manhunt for the ‘white hat’ bombing suspect.
Thursday 18 April, 2013
Watch live video from the local CBS affiliate in Dallas-Fort Worth as it covers the explosion at a chemical plant in West.
Tuesday 16 April, 2013
The US Airways flight to Philadelphia has been grounded and evacuated. No reason has been disclosed as of yet.
Monday 1 April, 2013
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Wednesday 13 March, 2013
Cardinals in conclave at the Vatican have elected a new pope, whose identity will be revealed in a few moments.
Tuesday 19 February, 2013
“I, as Taoiseach, on behalf of the State, the government and our citizens deeply regret and apologise unreservedly to all those women for the hurt that was done to them…”
Sunday 13 January, 2013
This is what happens when a bunch of students get their hands on the Roald Dahl book “James and the Giant Peach”.
Thursday 10 January, 2013
Religious representatives and interest groups will offer their thoughts to politicians today.
Wednesday 9 January, 2013
Academics from NUIG, TCD and UL, the Irish Council for Civil Liberties, the Law Library and a former Supreme Court judge will offer their thoughts to politicians today.
Tuesday 8 January, 2013
Today’s hearings include medical advice from psychiatrists, obstetricians and the masters of maternity hospitals.
Wednesday 28 November, 2012
She was handed a two-and-a-half-year term after being found guilty of inducing a client to leave half of his estate to her children.
Monday 24 September, 2012
This squirrel can fly. It’s the only explanation.
Wednesday 19 September, 2012
Se og Hoer will devote a 16-page splash to the photographs – but it won’t be putting them online.
Widespread anti-Japan demonstrations have taken place outside Japanese embassies in recent days as the territorial row between the two countries escalates.
The government allows MPs to have a free vote in the House of Representatives – meaning a 98-42 defeat.
Tuesday 18 September, 2012
Uterine transplants are a relatively novel medical procedure, with the first successful one conducted in Turkey in 2011.
Tourists from Asian countries who make up a large chunk of the UAE’s population will need a college degree to stop rampant immigration.
Monday 17 September, 2012
Demonstrators marked the one-year anniversary of the protests which spread worldwide last year but the movement appears to have lost steam.
Apple said that the pre-orders have shattered the previous record held by the iPhone 4S.
Italy has a government agency responsible for enforcing privacy issues – but it says it’ll only act if the Royals ask it to.
“The way they acted has prompted the suspicion that these were not professional thieves,” said the police.
Companies including Panasonic and Canon suspended plants to ensure the safety of employees. The protests centre on islands claimed by China and Japan.
Sunday 16 September, 2012
Muslim pressure group Hizb ut-Tahrir, who campaign for an Islamic state with sharia law, protest outside the US embassy in Grosvenor Square, London.
Twenty have died after drinking bootleg spirits tainted with methanol.
It’s the second such attack by suspected Afghan police in 24 hours.
Saturday 15 September, 2012
The conflict’s death toll continues to rise with overnight air strikes killing 12 civilians and wounding 60 more.
Friday 14 September, 2012
Operations were halted “to ensure the safety and security of employees and assets”.
The Muslim Brotherhood had called for demonstrations across Egypt, but the British and German embassies in Sudan are targeted.
Xi Jinping had not been seen in public for nearly two weeks – but he apparently popped up yesterday afternoon.
Asked what he wanted after his four months floating away, the Kiribati fisherman said: “Smoke.”
Thursday 13 September, 2012
A film which lampoons the Prophet Mohammed and was broadcast on TV in the Arab world has sparked protests in Egypt, Libya, Yemen and other Arab countries.