Gardaí searching for two Dublin men believed missing in Co Cavan have released descriptions of both men as well as a car in which they are believed to have travelled.

President Higgins receives Freedom of Cork

President Michael D Higgins has received the Freedom of Cork City.

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Gardaí launch search for Dublin men last seen in Cavan

Gardaí are investigating a report that two men have gone missing in Co Cavan.

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Two detained after armed Wexford bank robbery and carjackings

Two men have been arrested after an armed robbery, a carjacking and an attempted carjacking in Co Wexford.

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300 caught using the phone while driving today

Almost 300 people have been caught holding a mobile phone while driving today.

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Book of evidence on Tom O’Gorman murder due soon

The book of evidence is expected to be served early next month on an Italian man accused of murdering Tom O'Gorman at his home in Castleknock in Dublin last January. ...

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Man loses High Court unlawful detention bid

The High Court has rejected claims that a man accused of murdering Christy Daly is being unlawfully detained on a holding charge to stop him fleeing the country.

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Gardaí step up presence in south Dublin

A spike in the number of burglaries in south Co Dublin has led to an increased Gardaí presence in the area.

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New bill to combat exploitation of undocumented workers

A new Employment Permits Bill aims to tackle the exploitation of undocumented workers in Ireland.

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Irish Water contractors leave Raheny estate after protest

Irish Water contractors have left an estate in Raheny in Dublin this morning after local residents staged a protest over the installation of water meters.

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Dublin '20 years behind' some cities, says cycling safety expert

Dublin is lagging behind the rest of Europe in terms of safety for cyclists, according to the European Cycling Federation.

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Irish Ferries vessel stuck in France to resume sailings

Cruise ferry Oscar Wilde is set to resume its normal scheduled sailings, Irish Ferries has announced today.

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Blocking water contractors 'unacceptable', says Minister

Government Ministers have strongly criticised a number of protests against the installation of water meters.

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Dáil by-elections set to take place alongside local and European polls

It has been reported that two Dáil by-elections will go ahead on the same day as next month's local and European polls.

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FG manifesto may reduce property tax in affluent areas

Homeowners in better-off local authority areas may see their property taxes reduced under the Fine Gael local election manifesto.

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HSE to ban e-cigarettes from hospital grounds

The HSE is to ban e-cigarettes from hospitals and other health centres from May 1.

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Doctors to discuss free GP care plan today

Members of the Irish Medical Organisation will gather for their annual conference today, amid further controversy over plans for children's care.

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Cyclist dies after Galway hit-and-run

A cyclist was pronounced dead shortly before 2am this morning following a road accident in Co Galway yesterday evening.

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Council asked to rename street due to reputation of Priory Hall

Dublin City Council has been asked to change the name of a northside street because it has "Priory" in the title.

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Ireland 'has highest incidence of meningitis in Europe'

Ireland has the highest incidence of cases of meningitis in Europe, according to a new report.

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