A man is shot dead and his car set alight in Walshestown near Balbriggan, Dublin. It is believed the shooting is linked to the 2015–19 Irish gangland feud.
Tens of thousands of protesters march through Dublin to demand Ireland to change its abortion laws, and anti-abortion activists stage counter-demonstrations. A pro-choice rally is held outside the Irish embassy in London.
Dublin-based generic drugmaker, specialty drug supplier, and medical imaging agent producer Mallinckrodt Plc increases its presence in U.S. hospitals by buying privately held Ikaria Inc, a maker of a respiratory drug and its delivery system, for $2.3 billion from a group of investors led by private equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners LLC. The deal includes INOmax, which is the only approved product to treat hypoxic respiratory failure in infants through nitric oxide.
Members of Ireland's police force Garda Síochána raid the Dublin home of former MEP Paul Murphy TD, taking Murphy into custody along with three other activists and politicians opposing the water-tax-rate change, stirring nationwide speculation of "political policing." The police later release all four without charges.
A report on St. Patrick's Institution in Dublin finds a culture of human rights abuse.
U.S. President Barack Obama addresses an audience at College Green in Dublin, speaking of strong ties between the United States and Ireland.
A public civil partnership between a same-sex couple takes place in Dublin, the first time this has happened in Ireland.
One of Ireland's most recognisable broadcasters, Gerry Ryan, who co-presented Eurovision Song Contest 1994 sixteen years ago today, is discovered dead at his Dublin home after failing to present this morning's edition of "The Gerry Ryan Show" on national radio station RTÉ 2fm.
More than half a million people fill the streets of Dublin for the parade there.
A national strike by taxi drivers causes disruption across Ireland, stopping work at the country's three main airports, closing Dublin's O'Connell Street completely and blocking other streets as the High Court orders protesters to leave their sit-in at Commission for Taxi Regulation headquarters. [http:--www.rte.ie-news-2010-0309-taxi.html (RTÉ)] [http:--www.irishtimes.com-newspaper-breaking-2010-0309-breaking22.html ("The Irish Times")] [http:--breakingnews.iol.ie-news-ireland-taxi-drivers-protest-at-three-main-airports-449304.html (Ireland Online)]date=July 2019