A man accused of stabbing a taxi driver during an alleged carjacking in Dublin is applying for bail in the High Court.

White: Irish Water bonus scheme 'jars with me'

The Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Alex White says the idea of having bonuses for Irish Water staff that need to improve jars with him.

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Tech firm announces nearly 500 jobs for Donegal

Up to 474 new jobs are being created at Randox Laboratories in Co Donegal.

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Irish Water seeks extension to applications deadline

Irish Water has requested an extension of the deadline for application forms.

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Daly continues as NAMA chairman

Frank Daly has been re-appointed Chairman of NAMA.

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Truck drivers call for road tax cut as they lift Dublin Port blockade

Traffic delays are still affecting the capital this morning after truck drivers blockaded Dublin Port.

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Shell announces broadband cable to run beside Corrib Gas pipeline

Shell has announced that it will provide high quality broadband for Mayo and Galway.

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Máiria Cahill calls on Adams to quit

Máiria Cahill is calling for Gerry Adams to step down as leader of Sinn Féin.

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Truck drivers end protest at Dublin Port over 'unrealistic' road taxes

A truck drivers’ protest which has caused serious disruption to Dublin traffic this morning has come to an end.

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McDonald: IRA justice was 'inevitable'

The Deputy Sinn Fein leader, Mary Lou McDonald, says it was inevitable that other responses developed in the absence of a "bona fide" police service in the North.

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Govt announces five new research centres

Five Research Centres are being set up across the country, with combined Government and industry funding of €245m.

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House prices up almost 22%, say Real Estate Alliance

The average price of a three-bed, semi-detached house rose by almost 22% over the past 12 months, according to national survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance.

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Ireland sees rise in number of asylum-seekers

The number of people seeking asylum in Ireland jumped 40% between January and August.

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Survey: Nearly half of Irish drivers avoid parallel parking

A survey for easytrip has found that 45% of Irish drivers say they would forgo a parking space if it involves parallel parking.

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Truckers blocking Dublin Port over Budget

Truck drivers are blocking more than 300 lorries from leaving Dublin Port in a protest over the Budget.

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Maíria Cahill to meet North's First Minister

Maíria Cahill is to meet with Northern Ireland's First Minister, Peter Robinson, today.

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Motorcyclist dies after colliding with bus in Dublin

A man has died following a crash in Dublin.

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Irish Water: Extra payments are performance-related awards, not bonuses

The Government is being urged to block the payment of bonuses at Irish Water.

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Gardaí name teenager killed in Cork house fire

Investigations are continuing into a fatal fire at a house in Cork city yesterday afternoon in which a 17-year-old boy died.

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