People Before Profit is proposing that three extra bank holidays should be established on February 1, the last Monday in September, and the last Monday in November.
There are currently 169 COVID-19 patients in Irish hospitals, an increase of 63 on the same day last week.
Ireland's Aidan Walsh, 24, is guaranteed to win an Olympic medal in boxing with his split-decision victory over Merven Clair in the Kokugikan Arena.
The body of Faith Moore, 16, was found alongside the Verde River after a massive four-day search in Arizona.
Raluca Tagani has been charged with the murder of her baby son Liam O'Keefe and the attempted murder of her young daughter in Belfast on July 28.
Hundreds of protestors demanded an apology from the Temple Bar pub after four security guards allegedly assaulted two teenage skateboarders on Monday night.
Environmental researchers state that a collapse of civilization could take place in the coming decades due to ecological destruction, limited resources, and population growth.
Naíscoil na Seolta was due to open in Braniel Primary School in East Belfast this September but has now decided to relocate elsewhere.
The late Anne Kelly Silke alleges in "Untold Secrets" that she was abused by her foster father, TD Mark Killilea Sr., a founding member of Fianna Fáil, and his son.
Former cardinal Theodore McCarrick, 91, has been charged with three counts of indecent assault and battery on a person over 14 relating to an alleged incident in 1974.
Irish American Congressman Brendan Boyle has welcomed the passing of his amendment that seeks to promote peace in the North of Ireland.
The brawl allegedly took place on Monday evening just as Temple Bar's famous establishments were getting ready to close for the night.
Brenda Downes has called for an inquest into the killing of her husband John Downes, who the RUC shot with a rubber bullet in Belfast on August 12, 1984.
Siobhán Bernadette Haughey was referred to as a "mixed-race mermaid" by The South China Morning Post (SCMP), which has since removed the phrase.
Paul O'Donovan and Fintan McCarthy claim gold, with Ireland's third-ever Olympic medal in rowing.
Senior Vice President Bill Byrne talks about the pandemic and how Aer Lingus is slowly but surely emerging from the worst of it.
The PSNI has confirmed that one woman, 29, is in custody after a baby was killed in Ardoyne, North Belfast on July 27. Police are not looking for other suspects.
British diplomat David Goodall's posthumous memoir details a meeting with RUC Chief Constable Sir Jack Hermon where they discussed a united Ireland.
Siobhán Bernadette Haughey, grandniece of former Irish Taoiseach Charles Haughey, won Hong Kong's first-ever medal in swimming at the Olympics on Wednesday.
Ireland's Women's Four rowing team won Ireland's first medal of the 2020 Olympics, as well as the first-ever Olympic medal for Irish female rowers.
The Irish government announced on July 27 that a wedding can host 100 guests, up from 50, as of August 5.
Irish man Michael Dowling is the CEO of Northwell Health, a non-profit with 70,000 employees that has been at the center of New York's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The PSNI confirmed that two children were taken to hospital on Tuesday evening after what is understood to have been a domestic stabbing incident.
The Irish Dance Teachers Association of North America (IDTANA) has suspended Michael J. Facelle a week after he was arrested in New York on child porn charges.
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Calton unveiled the "Tower of Silence" memorial in a ceremony on Sunday, July 25, paying tribute to the estimated one million people who perished during the Great Hunger.
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