Gardaí arrest man during drugs raid in Cork city

Gardaí are questioning a man in his 20s after an estimated €60,000 worth of cannabis and a small quantity of cocaine was seized in Cork city last night. ...

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Hundreds of Wicklow residents protest housing of asylum seekers in hotel

Two hundred people attended a public meeting in Wicklow Town last night to express their concerns about a hundred asylum seekers arriving in the town.

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Man charged in connection with two burglaries at dance hall two nights in a row

A man has been arrested and charged in connection with two burglaries on the same premises on two consecutive nights in West Cork earlier this week.

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‘Bali Nine’ drug smuggler released from Indonesian jail after nearly 14 years

Renae Lawrence was the only woman among nine Australians who were arrested in 2005 for smuggling 8.3 kilograms of heroin from Australia to Bali.

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Apple’s App Store and music-streaming service hit by technical issue

Tech giant blames “temporary issue” for downtime in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

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Afghan president condemns suicide bombing targeting Islamic scholars

At least 50 people were killed in the attack in Kabul.

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Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane part company with the FAI

Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane have parted company with the FAI by mutual agreement.

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Analysis: Walking away gracefully may protect Martin O’Neill’s legacy

Writing before news of Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane's departure broke this morning, Kieran Shannon, reflected on why walking away from the Ireland job would ultimately ...

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Speculation mounts about Martin O'Neill's future as he holds talks with John Delaney

Martin O'Neill's time as Republic of Ireland manager may be coming to an end.

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Renault keeps Ghosn as chief executive despite arrest in Japan

Renault’s board said its decision was made to help keep the company on a steady course.

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UK Brexit political mess will help Ireland tap new investment

The chaos that defines the UK’s Brexit process brings into sharp relief the relative stability on offer to investors and employers in Ireland.

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ECB to raise rates despite Italy clash

The ECB won’t be deflected by the Italian political and budget drama and will raise interest rates next year, a economics firm has predicted.

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Joel Dommett misses I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp after on-set injury

The comedian said he was a ‘big brave boy’ after his injury.

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Piers Morgan brags he is utterly fearless as he chases co-stars with tarantula

The TV presenter said he would go into the jungle for £10 million.

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I’m A Celebrity officially unveils Noel Edmonds as a contestant

His phobias were listed as heights and enclosed spaces.

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37 years on and their lives are still engulfed by the Stardust nightclub fire

Derry and Dublin felt worlds apart in 1981, but the Stardust tragedy brought them together. Now, renewed bonds are helping them fight for justice for others, writes ...

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Past can’t be fixed - but we can change the future, says husband of cervical cancer victim

I ask myself which is worse, the day Irene died or the day I found out Irene didn’t have to die, writes campaigner Stephen Teap, whose wife was mistakenly ...

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Driverless cars will make you sick – but there’s a fix

New anti-sickness technology is needed for driverless cars to deliver on the promise of letting us read, work or watch films while we travel.

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