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Tonight's Lotto results are in

The jackpot was worth €2,457,453.

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Mary-Lou McDonald: Violent dissident republicans should disband

Gunmen threatened Michelle O’Neill and Gerry Kelly after they supported a recent police recruitment campaign.

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Kayaker trapped in deep gorge for almost two hours

A kayaker spent almost two hours trapped in a raging river in a 35ft deep gorge in Co Clare while five others managed to escape to safety.

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Man sustains head injuries as gardaí called to 'brawl' after Dublin derby

Man sustains head injuries as gardaí called to 'brawl' after Dublin derby

The Garda public order unit was called to a brawl in Phibsoboro this afternoon.

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‘Arrogant’ rivals don’t want change, says Sinn Féin leader

Mary Lou McDonald blasted Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael for denying her party a place in the next Irish Government.

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Five arrested across three counties and €289k of cannabis seized

Gardaí made five arrests following searches across four locations in Co. Roscommon, Co.Mayo and Co.Sligo, yesterday and seized an estimated €289k worth of cannabis (pending analysis).

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Gardaí seize 66 cloned credit cards in Dublin and arrest two men

Gardaí seize 66 cloned credit cards in Dublin and arrest two men

Gardaí have arrested two men they believe used card reading devices inserted into ATMs to clone credit cards.

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Gardaí investigating alleged sexual offences release man, 70s

A man in his 70s who was arrested in connection with an investigation into Scouting Ireland was released without charge last night.

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Storm Dennis: 32-hour yellow wind warning in place for entire country; 3,000 without power

Storm Dennis: 32-hour yellow wind warning in place for entire country; 3,000 without power

Storm Dennis has resulted in a number of warnings being issued by Met Éireann across the weekend.

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Micheál Martin warned link to Fine Gael would ‘divide party’

Fianna Fáil is set to pave the way for coalition talks with Fine Gael after rejecting any possibility of forming a government with Sinn Féin.

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Naval staff shortage may see ship tied up while Ireland ‘awash with drugs’

Naval staff shortage may see ship tied up while Ireland ‘awash with drugs’

The Naval Service is so under-resourced that there are fears it won’t be able to combat maritime drug shipments while at the same time adequately patrolling EU fishery waters post-Brexit.

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Thousands added to hospital wait lists

Almost 557,000 patients are waiting for a first hospital consultation and thousands more have joined the queue over the last two months, it has emerged.

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Mother and Baby Homes commission seeks more time

The Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes has requested a further extension until June 26, the Department of Children has announced.

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Letters on naval ship civil war use not passed on

Letters on naval ship civil war use not passed on

The Department of Foreign Affairs promised to carry out a review of its system for “transmission of urgent and sensitive material” after it twice failed to pass on letters from the UN about the use of a former Irish naval vessel in the Libyan Civil War.

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