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The European Commissioner for the Environment Karmenu Vella has exhibited doubts that a proposal for waste water fines will comply with EU law.
Children were in a dance studio just an hour before it was destroyed in a suspected gas explosion.
The former Reds captain proved he’s still got it with a stunning goal and two assists.
The wrongful conviction of drivers for penalty point offences has caused “immeasurable damage” to many of the 14,700 people affected, a leading traffic lawyer says.
Concern for the welfare of their stricken captain Seamus Coleman rather than the road to Russia was the overriding emotion of Ireland’s players after their scoreless draw against Wales.
A new partnership between the University of Limerick and the Irish Examiner has been launched, in which coursework produced by UL journalism students will be highlighted on irishexaminer.com.
Bus Éireann’s strife may have come to a head with an all-out strike that has brought the country’s buses to a grinding halt, but the company’s woes and financial headaches have been mounting for years, writes Elaine Loughlin.
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Dustpans, irons and cartons of milk are among the worst gifts Irish mums have received for Mother's Day.
The eurozone’s accelerating economy is translating into faster job creation and stronger inflation pressures as a key gauge of activity yesterday rose to a near six-year high in March, and employment increased the most since July 2007, with hiring picking up in services and manufacturing.