Gardaí are appealing for help in tracing a missing teenager from Dublin.

Man in court after 23,000 cigarettes found in car

A man has appeared in court in Wexford in connection with the seizure of cigarettes at Rosslare Europort.

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Man dies following Dublin city centre shooting

Latest: Gardaí in Dublin have launched a murder investigation following the fatal shooting of a man in Dublin city centre.

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Private-college students refused grants despite being eligible says union officer

Students eligible for SUSI grants are being denied their funding due to their intention to pursue education at a private college, Griffith College student union ...

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Lough Derg Lifeboat rescues four on 40-foot cruiser

The Lough Derg Lifeboat has rescued four people on board a 40-foot cruiser this afternoon.

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Console lawyers cannot find Paul and Patricia Kelly to serve injunctions, court hears

The High Court has heard that lawyers for Console have not been able to locate its founder Paul Kelly or his wife Patricia to serve notice of injunctions.

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Console's founder Paul Kelly asked to return People of the Year award

Paul Kelly is being asked to return his People of the Year award.

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Supreme Court reserves judgement in Mark Nash case

The Supreme Court has reserved judgement in a killer’s attempt to get damages for a 12-year delay in bringing his prosecution.

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Men with fake beards sentenced to five years for having firearm and ammunition

Two Dublin men have been sentenced to five years in prison for possessing a firearm and ammunition.

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Five unwanted dogs put down each day across Ireland

Five stray or unwanted dogs were put down in pounds every day last year, official figures have revealed.

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Man charged with attempted robbery in Dublin

Gardaí have charged a 21-year-old man after an attempted robbery at a shop in Terenure yesterday.

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Interim CEO defends charity regulator role in dealing with Console corruption allegations

The interim CEO of the embattled suicide charity Console David Hall has defended the regulator's failure to intervene in allegations of corruption there.

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Wallace: Government ‘kicking the can down the road’ on fatal foetal abnormalities bill

The Independent TD Mick Wallace has accused the Government of “kicking the can down the road” in terms of the abortion issue by referring the matter to a citizens ...

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President Higgins lays wreathe in France for Irish killed in Battle of the Somme

Latest: President Michael D Higgins has laid a wreath in memory of Irish soliders killed in the battle of the Somme.

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Hayes calls on Europe to act fast to aid Irish economy after Brexit vote

A Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes has said the Brexit debate will rumble on for some time before a solid plan is put in place.

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O'Reilly wants end to ‘stigma’ around mothers in fatal foetal abnormalities cases

A Sinn Féin TD has said the Government is failing women in this country.

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Teachers warn of possible secondary-school closures this autumn in pay row

Latest: Secondary teachers say schools could face closure in the autumn if the Government does not engage with them over pay.

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Relatives to gather at Ulster Memorial Tower for Somme centenary

The centenary of one of the bloodiest battles in history involving Ulster troops will be commemorated later at the Somme.

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Navan Road in Dublin reopened following serious accident

A section of the N3 Navan Road in Dublin has reopened this morning, following a serious crash last night.

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Abortion: 'Our present law immeasurably adds to the pain'

The health minister says he hopes there's a referendum on the 8th amendment.

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14-year-old girl missing from Dublin

Latest: Clara Drumm has been located safe and well.

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FG spent over €200,000 of State funding on opinion polls and focus groups

More than €200,000 of State funding was spent by Fine Gael on opinion polling and focus groups last year, ahead of last February’s general election.

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Increase in night-time assaults linked to improved economy, watchdog hears

Gardaí are focusing attention on tackling the increasing number of assaults at night, a watchdog has been told.

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Dutch Criminal caught with fake ID during Kinahan raid given one month jail sentence

A Dutch criminal caught with a fake identity card in a luxury Dublin apartment during a Garda operation targeting the Kinahan gang has been given a one-month jail ...

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Murder accused freed after three years in custody

A Polish man was freed today after three years in custody when a trial judge ruled that there was not enough evidence to put him before a jury.

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Closure of cigarette factory in Westmeath results in loss of 87 jobs

Almost 90 jobs are being lost with the closure of a cigarette production factory in Co Westmeath.

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Just 7% of Irish parents believe their child is overweight

A new survey shows only 7% of Irish parents believe their child is overweight.

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Console founder Paul Kelly and wife Patricia restrained from accessing funds

An order has been made to restrain the founder of Console Paul Kelly, his wife Patricia and his sister Joan McKenna from accessing its funds.

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Charities Regulator appoints 5 new trustees to board of charity Console

The Charities Regulator has appointed five new trustees to the board of Console.

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Dublin bus drivers' union seeking 30% pay increase

Unions representing drivers at Dublin Bus are seeking a 30% pay increase – to match the pay deal Luas drivers just secured.

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Change to current border arrangements will have 'adverse effect' on business

The Chair of the Finance Committee has said any change to the current border arrangements - between the North and South of Ireland - will have an adverse effect ...

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Gardaí to consider industrial action if hit with pay freeze

Rank and file gardaí have said they may consider industrial action if they are hit with a pay freeze.

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Calorie and alcohol content labels launched by Diageo

Diageo drinks is launching new labels which detail calorie and alcohol content.

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Taoiseach criticised for speaking on Scotland's behalf at EU summit

The Taoiseach has been criticised for speaking on behalf of Scotland during an EU summit.

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Labour's attempt to stop schools using religious beliefs alone for admission defeated in Dáil

An attempt by Labour to stop schools using religious beliefs alone as a grounds for admission has been defeated in the Dáil.

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Man found guilty of raping his wife

A man has been found guilty of raping his wife after refusing to accept their marriage was over.

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Online lotto player from Mayo wins €500k

A Mayo man is €500,000 richer thanks to the National Lottery after winning the Daily Million Plus Jackpot on Thursday 16 June.

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Dáil suspended after TDs rip up legislation document

The 32nd Dáil's been suspended for the first time after heated exchanges.

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Board of Console to apply for injunction to protect charity's assets

The High Court is due to hear an application for an injunction aimed at protecting the assets of Console.

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Missing Limerick boy found safe and well

Update 1.45pm: Thomas Delaney has been located safe and well today.

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Kenny: 'Major trade barriers' will exist between Ireland and the UK if agreement cannot be reached

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said major trade barriers will have to exist between Ireland and the United Kingdom, if agreement on Brexit cannot be reached within two ...

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Taoiseach: EU 'very much aware' of Irish interest in Brexit

The Taoiseach has said other EU leaders are very much aware of Irish interests in negotiating the UK's exit.

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Morale 'non-existent', say protesting gardaí

More than 62% of rank-and-file gardai face pay freezes, starting tomorrow.

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Smithwick's to debut new labels with nutritional information

Smithwick’s will be the first brand in the Irish market to display new labels outlining alcohol content and nutritional information, according to Diageo Ireland.

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Concerned family have not seen missing woman since February

Latest: Bridget Walsh has been found safe and well.

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Broadcast charge 'will not be brought in', says Minister

Communications Minister Denis Naughten has confirmed that the proposed broadcasting charge will not be introduced, writes Daniel McConnell and Jack Power.

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Gabriel Byrne calls on TDs to support bid to ban hare coursing

Gabriel Byrne has today called on TDs to support a Private Members Bill aimed at banning hare coursing.

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Enda Kenny branded 'a trouble-making messenger boy'

Enda Kenny has been branded a “trouble-making messenger boy” after making a case on behalf of Scotland during EU Brexit talks, writes Elaine Loughlin and Juno McEnroe. ...

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Government report backs continuation of public service pay cuts

Public service pay cuts should continue, despite improvements in the economy, according to a new Government report.

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Dáil to debate new abortion legislation today

The Dáil is set to debate legislation on fatal foetal abnormalities today, despite the attorney general's assertion that is unconstitutional.

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