The HSE has confirmed it is currently assessing a suspected case of Ebola in Donegal, after the discovery of a man's body.

Investigation launched into fatal accident on Clare farm

An investigation has been launched into a farm accident which claimed the life of a man in Co Clare.

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Clinton: World owes Reynolds 'a profound debt of gratitude'

Former US president Bill Clinton said today that he was saddened by the death of Albert Reynolds.

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Woman accused of murdering boyfriend 'not well enough for court'

A court has heard that a woman accused of murdering her boyfriend in Dublin won't be well enough to attend court for several weeks.

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Minister: No winners if rail strike goes ahead

Minister for Transport Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, condemned the threatened industrial action at Irish Rail.

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Euro survey reveals high rate of cannabis use among Irish youth

The percentage of Irish young people who admit to using cannabis is more than twice the European average, a new survey has found.

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20 dead so far this year on farms, four more than in all of 2013: IFA

The IFA has said more than 20 people have died on Irish farms so far this year, compared with 16 in 2013.

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More than 20 in court charged in connection with drug-dealing raids

More than 20 people have so far appeared in court charged with drug dealing offences as part of a major crackdown street dealers in Dublin's north inner city.

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Missing Derry man found safe and well

Missing person 86-year-old William Doherty, who had been missing since yesterday, has been found safe and well, say Gardaí.

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Authority arranges 20 bus operators for rail users hit by strike

The National Transport Authority has arranged for 20 bus operators to offer alternative travel options for people affected by the upcoming rail strike.

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Gardaí seize drugs and equipment in series of raids

Gardaí have seized drugs and drug cultivation equipment during a series of raids in North Tipperary.

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Major: Without Albert the peace process may never have started

Former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds has been remembered as a courageous peacemaker after he died following a long illness.

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Revenue 'making gains' against cigarette smuggling

The Irish Cancer Society says the Revenue Commissioners have made significant gains in slowing the rate of tobacco being smuggled into Ireland.

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Family of missing 86-year-old Derry man 'worried for his safety'

The PSNI are appealing to members of the public to help them locate 86-year-old William Doherty who has been missing since yesterday.

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Kenny: Albert Reynolds 'made an important contribution' to NI peace process

Tributes are being paid to former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds, who has died at the age of 81.

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Kilkenny to host major conference on farm safety

A major conference on farm safety is taking place in Kilkenny today with the aim of identifying dangerous behaviours and attitudes among Irish farmers.

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Albert Reynolds dies

Former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds has died at the age of 81.

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Thefts and robberies rank highest for helpline calls

Robbery, burglary and theft are still the country's most common crimes.

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Gaza Action Ireland to stage symbolic 'siege' at Israeli embassy

Gaza Action Ireland is renewing its call for the immediate expulsion of the Israeli ambassador.

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Post mortem due on father of six shot in Dublin

A post mortem is due to be carried out this morning on the body of a man who was shot dead at his home in Dublin.

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Court to deal with 30 people charged in Dublin drug operation

Thirty people are due in court in Dublin later today charged in connection with Operation Tempest.

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Cliffs of Moher voted Ireland's top heritage site

The Cliffs of Moher have been selected as our top choice when showing overseas visitors heritage sites here in Ireland.

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HSE to announce terms of reference for abortion case

The HSE will this morning announce the terms of reference for its inquiry into the case of a suicidal immigrant who was refused an abortion.

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