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Gardaí search for Kildare woman missing for two days

A 49-year-old woman has gone missing from her home in Co. Kildare.

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Hospital support staff call off imminent strike

Hospital support staff who were due to go on strike on Monday have called it off after an agreement was reached with the HSE.

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Sister 'gave me a heart attack' when she told me of our €500k EuroMillions winnings

Two sisters who bought their ticket on a shopping spree in Limerick city have collected their €500,000 prize won in the EuroMillions Plus draw on Friday, February ...

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Motorway checkpoint nets €250k of cannabis during search of car by Gardaí

Gardaí have seized more than a quarter of a million euro worth of Cannabis herb at a checkpoint in Co. Laois.

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Siptu tells Bus Éireann drivers 'to prepare for protracted strike action'

Siptu has told its members in Bus Éireann today to prepare for protracted strike action.

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More than 50 residents protest outside 18-year-old rapist's home

A 18-year-old convicted rapist has been publicly vilified in a midlands town by local residents.

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Gardaí intercept consignment of cannabis and arrest man in organised crime probe

Gardaí investigating organised crime in Dublin have seized around €180,000 of cannabis.

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Maurice McCabe 'Disclosures' Tribunal to sit on Monday

The public Tribunal of Inquiry into allegations of a smear campaign against Sgt Maurice McCabe is to hold its first hearing on Monday, it has emerged.

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Truck, believed to be carrying chemicals, gets wedged under bridge closing Limerick rail services

Train services between Limerick and Limerick Junction were cancelled earlier today after it was feared a meeting of a truck and a railway bridge had resulted in ...

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Drinking up across the board; 'unsustainable burden on health service'

The amount of alcohol Irish people consume increased by almost 5% last year.

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LATEST: Here are the areas still without power; 'small pockets' to be out for second night

Latest: The number of customers without supply due to Storm Doris now stands at 1,500.

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Young men 'started taking off their tops and looking for fights with gardaí', court hears

Three young men were remanded in custody for their parts in a violent disorder in the northside of Cork city last summer — the worst public order incident the local ...

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Man hospitalised after chair breaks in Limerick court

Normal business has resumed at Limerick District Court after proceedings were interrupted when a man, who was appearing in front of judge Mary Larkin, ended up on ...

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Jury of murder trial hears statements accused made while teen was missing

The jury in the trial of a man accused of murdering Daniel McAnaspie has been hearing about statements he made while the teenager was still missing.

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Woman arrested following seizure of heroin and revolver in Dublin house search

A woman was arrested following the seizure of a firearm and drugs in Dublin yesterday.

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Roald Dahl-owned Francis Bacon triptych could fetch $70m at auction

A Francis Bacon triptych once owned by the celebrated author Roald Dahl is expected to fetch up to $70m at auction.

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Coroner defends delays in Arlene Arkinson inquest

Delays to the long-running inquest for missing Northern Ireland schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson are worthwhile, a coroner's court has been told.

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Woman and child rescued from Dublin house-fire

A woman and child have been rescued from a house-fire in Dublin this morning.

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Varadkar first to confirm running to become next leader of Fine Gael

Latest: Leo Varadkar has become the first person to confirm he'll be in the running to become the next leader of Fine Gael when a contest begins.

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Cardinal Connell 'made mistakes and struggled with the consequences'

The late Cardinal Desmond Connell has been remembered as a man who made mistakes but as the one who finally began to realise the extent of clerical abuse in Ireland. ...

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75% of rent review complaints are resolved in favour of tenants

Three-quarters of complaints about rent reviews are resolved in favour of the tenants.

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LATEST: Minister anxious that hunger-striking Ibrahim Halawa gets 'very best medical treatment'

Latest: The Department says it is keeping a close eye on the well-being of Mr Halawa.

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Minister for Defence: Improving economy to blame for retention problems within the forces

The Minister for Defence has blamed the improving economy for retention problems within the forces.

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Dublin resident to be interviewed in Italy after disappearance of his wife

Judges in Italy will interview a man in his jail cell today after his wife went missing on a Mediterranean cruise.

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Early tallies augur well for Simon Coveney in Fine Gael leadership race

Housing Minister Simon Coveney has opened an early lead on his main rival Social Protection Minister Leo Varadkar in the race to succeed Enda Kenny as Fine Gael ...

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Protesters want HSE to fund life-transforming emphysema drug Respreeza

Ten years ago, John Hannon could hardly walk from his home to his car. Yesterday he travelled to Dublin to demand that a drug that transformed his life continues ...

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Deadline for submissions on Cork flood relief scheme extended

The deadline is being extended for submissions on a €140m flood relief scheme for Cork.

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Unions denounce Taoiseach and Transport minister for lack of progress in Bus Eireann dispute

The Taoiseach and Transport Minister have come under fire from unions at the lack of progress over the dispute at Bus Éireann.

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Gardaí investigating after €60k worth of cocaine and ecstasy found in Dublin

Investigations are continuing after €60,000 worth of drugs were seized in Dublin last night.

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Storm Doris leaves 4,000 homes without power overnight

Over 4,000 homes around the country went without power overnight following Storm Doris.

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Raids in Waterford and Tallaght lead to cocaine and ecstasy seizures

Gardaí and Revenue are investigating after cocaine and ecstasy with an estimated street value of €130,000 was discovered in separateraids in Waterford ...

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Body recovered from canal in Killaloe

A postmortem will be carried out tomorrow on the body of a man recovered from a canal in Killaloe early today.

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Cork mother 'crushed' as HSE rejects daughter Ava's application for medical cannabis

The mother of a six year old girl with catastrophic epilepsy has expressed her devastation after the HSE turned down her application for medicinal cannabis for her ...

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Coroner echoes sister's plea for improved education on drugs at Alex Ryan inquest

A more structured approach to educating young people about drugs involving set programmes in schools needs to be introduced.

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Dublin resident to appear in court over wife's disappearance from cruise

A Dublin resident is expected to appear in a court in Rome on suspicion of murder following the disappearance of his Chinese wife while they were on a cruise with ...

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Man who sexually assaulted woman in hotel bedroom to be released to resit third-level exams

Mr Justice George Birmingham said the sentence imposed was not a harsh one. However, it did not address the question of post-release supervision.

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Enda Kenny insists on united Ireland clause in Brexit deal

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has insisted on a clause in the Brexit deal to allow the North to rejoin the European Union as part of a united Ireland.

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Landmark tree-lined avenue made famous by Game of Thrones damaged in storm

A landmark tree-lined avenue made famous by fantasy drama Game Of Thrones has been damaged in Storm Doris.

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Policing Authority 'limited' in what they can ask about alleged campaign against McCabe

The Chair of the Policing Authority says they are limited in what they can ask about the alleged campaign to discredit Sergeant Maurice McCabe.

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890 positions available in recruitment drive for Defence Forces

The Government has announced a major recruitment drive for the Defence Forces.

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Zappone doesn't believe Government work will be interrupted by Fine Gael leadership challenge

The Children's Minister does not believe Government work will be interrupted by the Fine Gael leadership challenge.

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Man dies following Antrim crash

The 63-year-old was withdrawing money from an ATM in Larne.

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Alan Kelly demands answers about who knew what about Norwegian Air announcement

Deputy Kelly told the Public Accounts Committee he believed the Dublin Airport Authority had secured the flights to build the case for a third terminal.

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Uninsured driver who knocked down and killed cyclist has sentence increased

Speaking outside court afterwards, the cyclist’s daughter called for stricter penalties to be introduced.

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Zappone hopes spiralling cost of children's hospital means it will be 'best in world'

Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald defended the price tag, blaming rising inflation in construction costs.

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Post-mortem suggests Daniel McAnaspie’s body was moved after death, court hears

Daniel McAnaspie’s skeletal remains were found on a farm in Co. Meath in May 2010.

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Bill aimed at protecting homeowners from effects of repossession to be introduced in Dáil today

The Independent Alliance say the Keeping People in Their Homes Bill 2017 provides greater protection to homeowners facing repossession.

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Katherine Zappone to meet Tusla and discuss ‘deep concerns’ relating to Maurice McCabe case

The CEO of the Child and Family Agency told an Oireachtas committee yesterday there was no evidence of malice in the case.

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Index shows drop in the number of patients waiting for hospital beds

There has been a drop in the number of people on trolleys at hospitals across the country.

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