Gardaí in Dublin are renewing their appeal for information after a woman was stabbed in the city centre last week.

Director of Irish water resigns

A former Fine Gael councillor has resigned from the board of Irish Water.

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M50 northbound closed after trailer catches fire

Motorists are being urged to avoid the M50 near Blanchardstown after a trailer carrying hay or silage bales caught fire.

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Stage school legend Billie Barry dies

Billie Barry has died.

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John McNulty withdraws from Seanad race over controversy

Government candidate John McNulty has withdrawn from the race for a Seanad seat, following a controversy over his nomination and appointment to a State board.

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12 arrested at water meter protests in Dublin

Twelve people have been arrested during protests against the installation of water meters in North Dublin.

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Three plead not guilty to murder of dissident republican at Meath pub

Three Dublin men have pleaded not guilty to the murder of a dissident republican outside a pub in Co Meath.

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Varadkar: Health overspend past €430m

The Health Minister has revealed that the over-run in the HSE has now exceeded €430m.

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Government announces reform of State board appointments

The Government has unveiled a new system for appointments to State boards.

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Six due in court over drugs seizure

Five men and a teenager are due in court in connection with the sale and supply of drugs in Dublin's north inner city.

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High Court petition from Crohn's sufferer seeks to undo Irish Water

The High Court is being asked to quash the government's decision to transfer the water supply to Irish Water.

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Dublin star Jonny Cooper makes statement after knife attack

Dublin GAA star Jonny Cooper has released a statement ten days after he was attacked with a knife in the capital.

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Report finds increase in dementia among elderly with intellectual disabilities

A new report has found a worrying increase in the rate of dementia among those with intellectual disabilities.

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Two nuns killed in road accident with police car

Two nuns have been killed in a road accident in the North.

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Publican defends Irish-only bar staff policy

A high-profile publican is defending his position that front-of-house staff in his bars should be Irish.

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Two juveniles among seven arrested after drugs haul

Gardaí in Dublin have arrested seven people in connection with the sale and supply of drugs in the north inner city.

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Howlin: I'm backing McNulty

Public Expenditure Minister Brendan Howlin says he is backing John McNulty - despite the recent 'cronyism' controversy.

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Irish priests call for marriage rights to boost ordinations

The Association of Catholic Priests wants men who left the priesthood to get married to be re-admitted, and for the church to allow married men to be ordained.

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Irish people 'give less to charity than British'

Irish people gave less to charity on average in 2012 than their UK counterparts, according to a new report.

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Pedestrian dies in Garda patrol car crash

A pedestrian aged in his 30s has died after he was knocked down by a Garda patrol car in Co Louth overnight.

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Men must be more supportive of pregnant women, says widower Kivlehan

Widower Michael Kivlehan hasurged the partners of pregnant women to be more supportive when the woman expresses concerns.

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Man shot in Dublin pub

A man has been shot in a Dublin pub overnight.

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Cabinet hoping to draw a line under cronyism row

The Cabinet will be looking to move past tensions over the Seanad cronyism row when it meets again this morning.

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The price of water revealed

The Commission for Energy Regulation has just published the cost of water, with charging to begin tomorrow.

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Two Irishmen dead in accidents abroad

Two young Irish men have died in separate accidents abroad.

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