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Gardaí seek help finding Cork teenager missing for three days

A teenage girl has gone missing from her home in Cork city.

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Gardaí make two arrests and seize €100k worth of heroin in Dublin

Gardaí have arrested two people after two heroin seizures in Dublin yesterday.

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Elderly woman dies in Wicklow after flames force brave neighbours from her blazing home

An elderly woman has died in a house fire in Arklow, Co.Wicklow this afternoon.

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Limerick sees statue of Terry Wogan unveiled in his home town

A sculpture has been unveiled in Limerick in memory of the late broadcaster Terry Wogan.

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Gerry Adams: We need new approach to convince unionists about united Ireland

Nationalists and republicans need to adopt a new approach to convince unionists of the merits of uniting Ireland, Gerry Adams has said.

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Teen airlifted to hospital with head injuries after boating accident off Cork

By Eoin EnglishA teenager has been airlifted to hospital after suffering head injuries in a boating accident off the coast of Cork.

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Taoiseach promises 'to speak up for LGBT rights around the world' at Dublin Pride Parade

The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has promised to push for LGBT rights in Ireland and around the world in his speech at the Dublin Pride Parade today.

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Gardaí seize €350,000 in Dublin

Gardaí in Dublin have seized an estimated €350,000 in cash, in an operation targeting gangland activity.

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Leo Varadkar outlines plans for Ireland to have a seat on the UN Security Council

The Taoiseach says it is time for Ireland to extend our diplomatic footprint.

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Allegations of suspected social welfare fraud rise to 500 per week

Allegations of suspected social welfare fraud have risen to an average of 500 per week, according to the Social Protection Minister.

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Terry Wogan to be honoured in Limerick with bronze sculpture

Late broadcaster Terry Wogan is being honoured in Limerick today.

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50 cyclists on two day charity cycle to raise funds for COPD

The fourth most common death in Ireland is COPD or Chronic Obstructive, Pulmonary Disease.

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Monaco's Prince Albert explores mother's roots during Ireland visit

Prince Albert of Monaco has been told by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar during a visit to Ireland that he always has a home in the country.

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Man in 80s dies after being knocked down in Mayo

An elderly pedestrian has died in a crash in Mayo.

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Ex-paramilitary commander turned supergrass admits 200 terrorist offences

A former loyalist paramilitary commander turned supergrass has pleaded guilty to 200 terrorist offences, including five murders.

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Pride to finish up in Smithfield Square as Stoneybatter festival kicks off

Today's Pride parade in the capital finishes up in Smithfield Square in the heart of Dublin 7, which boasts a brand new festival kicking off this weekend.

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Protest against motor insurance 'rip off' in Dublin

Irish motor insurance is in the dock today.

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Hundreds attend vigil calling for 24-hour cardiac care after death of Thomas Power in Waterford

Hundreds of people staged a vigil outside University Hospital Waterford last night calling for 24-hour cardiac care for the region.

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Simon Coveney moves to clarify Govt position on North's 'unique' status after Brexit

The Government has moved to alleviate unionist concerns over its position on Brexit.

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Tears of joy at Shannon Airport as host families collect Chernobyl children

There were emotional scenes at Shannon Airport today when 135 children arrived from Chernobyl affected areas.

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Large crowd at Waterford Hospital protest vigil call for 24 hour cath scan cover

A large crowd have gathered outside University Hospital Waterford this evening following the death of local man Tom Power last weekend while being transferred to ...

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Essential water shut down next Tuesday night in Cork will impact 35,000 people

The water supply for up to 35,000 people in Cork city will be shut down from 11pm on Tuesday, June 27, until approximately 7am on Wednesday, June 28, it has emergedtonight. ...

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Shannon Airport 'a soft touch for terrorists', claims former employee

Shannon Airport is a soft touch for terrorists, according to claims by a Limerick councillor who used to work at the airport x-raying passengers luggage.

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FF play down election speculation but warn ’patience being used up’

Fianna Fáil have tonight played down growing speculation of an early election but warned that trust has been damaged in the wake of the Máire Whelan ...

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Rock star turned Doctor: Bob Geldof awarded honorary doctorate at Trinity

Activist and rock star Bob Gelof was awarded an honorary doctorate at Trinity College earlier today.

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Belfast high rise may have same cladding as Grenfell Tower

A high rise building block in Belfast may have the same outside combustible cladding as London's Grenfell Tower.

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Taoiseach defends AIB share sale and dismisses ’family silver’ sale suggestions

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has tonight welcomed and strongly defended the sale of an almost 29% stake in AIB.

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Man to face trial over burglary in which pregnant woman was allegedly threatened with butcher's knife

A man is to face trial charged with aggravated burglary at a house, where three occupants including a pregnant woman were allegedly threatened with a butcher's knife ...

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High Court hands down directions for Thalidomide case

Directions have been handed down by the High Court on how cases in which a number of people are suing for compensation over the Thalidomide drug should be progressed. ...

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Supreme Court to hear appeal which has implications for statutory bodies entering private lands

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal with potentially important implications for how the ESB and other statutory bodies carry out their functions.

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Judge hits out at Joe Duffy and other ’panjandrums of the media’

A district court judge yesterday accused one of the country’s most popular broadcasters, RTE’s Joe Duffy “and all the great panjandrums of the ...

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Judge hits out at Joe Duffy and other ’panjandrums of the media’

A district court judge yesterday accused one of the country’s most popular broadcasters, RTE’s Joe Duffy “and all the great panjandrums of the ...

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High Court confirms sanctions against anaesthetist after man suffered brain injury during surgery

A High Court judge has confirmed sanctions recommended by the Medical Council for an anaesthetist over “serious failures” in her care of a man who suffered a catastrophic ...

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Scientists reconstruct face of Tudor Dubliner whose skeleton was found on College Green

The face of a male skeleton found outside Trinity College during Luas Cross City works in 2014, has been digitally reconstructed.

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High Court judge orders Dublin city centre property be vacated over fire safety issues

A High Court judge has ordered a Dublin city centre property described as a potential fire safety risk be vacated by all its residents by July 9.

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Jury to begin deliberations in Jobstown trial

The jury in the trial of six men accused of falsely imprisoning the former Tánaiste Joan Burton during a water charges protest is due to begin deliberations on Monday. ...

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Ivor Bell trial decision delayed in Jean McConville murder case

A decision on whether the trial against a veteran republican charged in connection with the murder of Jean McConville will proceed has been delayed to the autumn.

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Supreme Court to hear case with significant implications for non-EEA students in Ireland

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear appeals by the Minister for Justice with significant implications for many non-European Economic Area people who stayed after ...

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Cork soldier dies after being found unresponsive; Limerick student found dead at campus accommodation

Update: Gardaí have ruled out foul play in the deaths of a soldier and a student, who passed away suddenly in separate incidents in Limerick.

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€1.94m in funding announced for regional airports

A total of €1.94m in funding for Ireland's regional airports has been announced today.

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Final speeches heard in Jobstown trial today

The final closing speech has been heard in the Jobstown trial today.

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Witness 'saw woman put machine gun in gym bag', murder trial hears

A man has told a Dublin murder trial that he saw a woman put a small machine gun in a gym bag as she ran from the scene.

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Relatives reveal pain after former loyalist commander admits five murders

Latest: Relatives of victims of a former loyalist paramilitary commander turned supergrasswatched on this morning as Gary Haggartypleaded guilty to 200 terrorist ...

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Local authorities 'lack resources for fire safety checks on Irish apartment blocks'

A nationwide building safety audit may not be possible, according to industry experts.

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High-tech toys 'can listen in to your child's conversations'

Parents are being urged to be extra vigilant around children's high tech toys.

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County council issues legal warnings over ghost estates

Cork County Council has issued legal warnings to owners/developers and financial institutions involved in three ghost estates, stating they have 14 days to come ...

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Gardaí search for missing Cork teenager Aoife Thornhill

Gardaí have asked for the public’s help in finding missing girl Aoife Thornhill.

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Residents fear for homes over Japanese knotweed infestation

Residents living in the shadow of a huge Japanese knotweed infestation are considering legal action if the council does not take immediate steps to tackle the problem. ...

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Homeopath's ad hinted she could treat symptoms of autism

A homeopath has been told by the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) not to run a Facebook advert in its current form again as it gave the impression ...

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