Gardaí have arrested two people in connection with the investigation into the death of a man on the North Circular Road, Dublin on Sunday February 19.

Trinity researcher awarded €1.46m to study power of lasers

A researcher in Trinity College Dublin has been awarded significant funding to investigate laser technology.

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Cardinal Desmond Connell dies age 90

Cardinal Desmond Connell has died.

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Thousands raised to bring body of Irish emigrant home from Canada

Friends of a Wicklow native, who died in a car crash in Canada, are raising money for his family to bring his body home to Ireland.

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Eight people saved from fire in Dublin

A number of people were rescued from a fire in Dublin city this morning.

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BAM seeks €12m extra State funding for Cork events centre

BAM, the developer planning to build an events centre in Cork, is poised to ask the Government for at least another €12m in State funding to deliver the 6,000-seat ...

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LATEST: 'Age on a birth cert' shouldn't determine Fine Gael leader, says Simon Harris

Simon Harris says his age wouldn't be a barrier to him running for the Fine Gael leadership.

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WRC talks continue today between Bus Éireann and unions

Unions and management at Bus Éireann return to talks at the Workplace Relations Commission later.

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Tesco asks union to reconsider strike action

Tesco is calling on Mandate to re-think its strike after six stores voted against industrial action.

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A third of pregnant Irish women opt for c-sections

Almost one in three pregnant women in Ireland have cesarean sections.

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One child became homeless every five hours in Dublin last month

New figures show homelessness has climbed to its highest ever level.

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Homeless charities concerned by January figures

7,167 people are homeless according to the January figures.

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Man dies in Donegal crash

The road has been closed to allow for an examination by Garda Forensic Collision experts.

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Gardaí arrest man after discovery of five bicycles and 13 laptops in van

Another bicycle was found nearby.

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Mixed news in latest homelessness figures

Housing Minister Simon Coveney says the figures reflect efforts to speed up the number of families exiting homelessness.

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13-year-old boy missing from Cork found safe and well

Update: Aivaras Miezetis has been located safe and well.

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Mother and son shot in Derry

A mother and son have been shot in County Derry.

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Jobstown protesters launch public campaign ahead of trials

Anti-Austerity Alliance TD Paul Murphy and six others are set to stand trial on April 24.

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Autistic teen who raped boy and sexually assaulted another can avoid jail if adequate supports put in place

An autistic teenager who raped a 13-year-old boy and sexually assaulted another will not be jailed if adequate supports can be put in place for him within a year.

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Woman says she is 'constantly living a nightmare' following rape and sexual assault

The woman said she would never live a normal life due to the abuse she suffered “from a man who was meant to love and protect me as a daughter.”

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Arlene Foster: Election polls show DUP and Sinn Fein will be 'neck and neck'

The DUP leader warned that a victory for Sinn Fein would give the party and Gerry Adams a "hugely significant worldwide propaganda boost".

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Care assistant has conviction for sexually assaulting female patient at Mater Private upheld by Court of Appeal

A man who sexually assaulted a patient while working as a care assistant at a private hospital in Dublin has lost an appeal against his conviction.

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LATEST: NBRU say Bus Éireann plan is 'repulsive' to workers

The National Bus and Rail Union says a plan put forward by Bus Éireann management is "repulsive" to its members.

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Knowing the difference between these real and fake logbooks could stop you buying a stolen car

Fake VLC Certificates or logbooks put car buyers at an increased risk for buying used cars.

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LATEST: Tesco says strike action is 'unjustified'

Latest: Tesco says there is an onus on Mandate to accept a Labour Court recommendation to end the current industrial dispute.

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’Constantly upset, paranoid, anxious’; Cork shooting victim on why she and her family need to leave their home

A young woman who was the victim of a shooting last year has spoken out about the vicious abuse she has received since the gunman was jailed.

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Former Cabinet minister Peter Hain: Border betweeen the North and South must remain open

"Otherwise I believe the peace process could unravel, as indeed Bertie Ahern, the former Taoiseach and so important to the success of that process has said."

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Woman jailed for killing her boyfriend during drunken row

A woman has been jailed for three and a half years for killing her boyfriend during a drunken row in Dublin.

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Mother breaks down outside court after man is jailed for killing her son

A man has been jailed for five years for killing a man after a wedding in Dublin.

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McGuinness calls for Garda Commissioner to stand aside during tribunal

A senior member of Fianna Fáil has restated his call for the Garda Commissioner to stand aside while the whistleblower tribunal is carried out.

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New research on economy, society and environment shows Ireland lagging behind other EU countries

Ireland has been ranked 11th out of 15 European Union countries in the Sustainable Progress Index.

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Conference on education reform taking place in Dublin

A conference is taking place in Dublin today on reforming education.

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Enda Kenny to receive airport preclearance review this week

A complete review of US preclearance at Irish airports is due to be presented to the Taoiseach this week.

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Michael O'Leary: Flights to and from the UK could be temporarily halted after Brexit

Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary says it will not matter who the leader of Fine Gael is when Brexit negotiations start.

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Work begins on social housing project for older people in Cork city

Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government Simon Coveney TD turned the sod on a reconstruction project which will see 10 new homes for older ...

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Other developed countries set good example in implementing computer science classes

Ireland can learn from other developed countries in the development of a computer science course at Leaving Certificate level, according to a new report led by a ...

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Model agency owner hits back at expert's warning over plus sized models 'normalising obesity'

Latest: The owner of one of Ireland's leading model agencies has hit out at health experts for discouraging plus size models.

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Gardaí investigating fatal shooting in Dublin

Gardaí are investigating the full circumstances surrounding a fatal shooting in Dublin yesterday.

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Department of Agriculture's response to Brexit 'not good enough'

Fianna Fáil's Spokesperson on Agriculture says he is growing increasingly alarmed at the lack of a coherent plan put forward by the Government to deal with the challenges ...

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UCC meningitis victim Grainne laid to rest

The funeral took place in Cahir, Co Tipperary, yesterday of a 20-year-old student who died suddenly of meningitis.

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LATEST: Simon Coveney tells TDs and Senators to 'back off' Taoiseach

Latest: Simon Coveney has told Fine Gael TDs and Senators to 'back off' the Taoiseach, over the party leadership. .

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Cabinet 'misinformed' on National Children's Hospital

Campaigners against plans to build the new National Children's Hospital at St James's Hospital say the cabinet appears to be misinformed on the issue.

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Man due in court in connection with Dublin armed robbery

A man in his 50s is due to appear in court this morning in connection with an armed robbery over the weekend.

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WRC talks continue between Bus Éireann and unions today

Drivers and management at Bus Éireann will attend talks at the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) today.

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One in five people hoping to change car this year

One in five Irish people are likely to change their car this year, according to a new survey.

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Latest: Man dies following shooting incident in Dublin

Update at 11pm: Gardai are investigating the death of a man on the North Circular Road in Dublin this evening.

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Gardaí appeal for witnesses to Carlow robbery

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to a robbery in Co Carlow today.

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Man charged in connection with robbery at Dublin convenience store

Gardaí have charged a 57-year-old man in connection with yesterday's robbery at a store in the Irishtown area of Dublin yesterday evening.

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Man arrested in connection with fatal stabbing in Tallaght

Gardaí have arrested a man, aged in his early 40s, in connection with yesterday's fatal stabbing in Tallaght.

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Man found clinging to his kayak rescued off Cork coast

Youghal RNLI has rescued a man who was found clinging to his kayak this afternoon after he was in the sea off Redbarn beach for up to 45 minutes.

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