100 Irish people are now believed to have been caught up in the earthquake that has devastated parts of Nepal.

Two die in house fires

Two people have died in house fires in Dublin and Kilkenny.

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Karen Buckley's remains flown home to Cork

Two weeks on from her murder Karen Buckley has made her final journey home.

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Explosive device made safe in Dublin

An Improvised Explosive Device has been discovered in Dublin.

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Man due in court after robbery used Dublin Bus as escape vehicle

A man is due to appear in court tomorrow charged in connection with a dramatic armed robbery on the southside.

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Fresh calls for investigation into Siteserv share trading

The Tánaiste says she wants to see all of the documentation relating to the sale of Siteserv.

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Trial of Ibrahim Halawa postponed yet again

The trial of Ibrahim Halawa has been postponed again in Egypt.

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Daughter of drowned fisherman helps launch safety campaign

The daughter of a man who drowned in a fishing tragedy almost 28 years ago has said people should be more aware of the dangers posed by the sea.

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US Ambassador to be picketed at Galway event

Peace campaigners are planning to picket a business event attended by the US ambassador tomorrow.

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One in eight of us suffer with chronic pain

One in eight Irish adults are suffering with chronic pain, described as pain that "lasts longer than 3 months".

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Body of Karen Buckley returns to Cork

Karen Buckley's body will be flown to her native Cork this afternoon.

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Public sector set for reported 2% pay increase

290,000 public sector workers are reportedly set to receive a 2% pay rise.

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Rich List shows top Irish fortunes growing at record rate

Irish eyes are smiling as personal fortunes have hit record levels.

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Many areas set for cold spell as -4 degrees expected tonight

The weather is set to change dramatically over the coming days, with the May Bank Holiday only a few days away many areas will be hit by an unseasonable cold spell. ...

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Ireland's tech week begins today

From the world's biggest selfie to the Minister for Jobs receiving a fellowship, tech week is underway across Ireland.

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Poll shows jump in SF support and 72% yes vote in marriage referendum

Support for Sinn Féin has climbed by 5% in the latest Red C opinion poll, published in the Sunday Business Post.

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Clare hill climb cancelled after death

The Clare Motor Club Annual Hillclimb has been cancelled after a man died in an accident during the event yesterday.

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Ibrahim Halawa due at trial in Egypt

The trial of Dublin teenager Ibrahim Halawa is getting underway in Egypt this morning.

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SIPTU criticises publication of HIQA report on Roscrea centre

SIPTU says staff at St. Anne's Centre in Tipperary should have been given a right of reply before a HIQA report was published.

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50 Irish people 'affected' by earthquake which left 1,900 dead

Up to 50 Irish citizens could be trapped in the region of Nepal left devastated by a catastrophic earthquake.

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