A major incident has been declared after a school bus and a car were involved in a crash in Drumquin, Co Tyrone.

Coveney: No decision yet on fate of crocked Govt jet stranded in US

The Defence Minister Simon Coveney says he has not yet made a decision about replacing the Government jet.

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'Scissor Sisters' hair salon slammed for making light of Dublin murder

A new hairdressers is using the name as it sets up shop near a brutal murder scene

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Inquest into death of Dhara Kivlehan opens in Leitrim

An inquest is to get underway in Co Leitrim today into the death of Dhara Kivlehan, who died in 2010 four days after giving birth at Sligo General Hospital.

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Councillors to vote on size of property tax cut in Dublin

Dublin City Councillors are set to vote for a property tax cut of 15% next year.

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Motorcyclist dies after colliding with construction vehicle

A man has died after his motorbike was in a collision with a construction vehicle in Co Carlow last night.

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Access to speech therapy 'depends on where you live'

Three thousand children are waiting more than a year for speech therapy, as Ireland has just half the number of language therapists it needs.

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Surveyors: More than 35,000 homes needed for Dublin before 2018

Dublin will need at least 35,000 homes to be built over the next four years, according to the Society of Chartered Surveyors.

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Agencies claim sex-trafficking victims are in Direct Provision centres

Four frontline agencies have written to The Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald raising concerns about victims of sex-trafficking being placed in Direct Provision ...

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Group calls on Govt to fund school Breakfast Clubs

Just 70 cent a day per child would fund breakfast in schools nationwide for children most in need.

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Govt to send €600k of supplies to fight Ebola in Africa

The Government has announced it is to give more than €600,000 in funding to help battle the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa.

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Fiscal Advisory Council urges Noonan to be 'prudent' in budget

There is a warning today that "considerable work" is still needed to fix the public finances.

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McGuinness: NI parties want power to fix taxes in North

The North's Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness says the five parties in the Stormont Executive believe the time has come for the British Parliament to give ...

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Man due in court in connection with Dublin carjacking

A man will appear in court this morning charged in connection with a carkjacking incident in Dublin.

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