Department of Health blocks €2k to Cervical Check victims

Department of Health blocks €2k to Cervical Check victims

The Department of Health has blocked a €2,000 payment to the latest group of 250 women affected by the CervicalCheck scandal, who were added in the wake of ...

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Enforcement notice on public services card issued by data commissioner

Enforcement notice on public services card issued by data commissioner

The Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) has served the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection with an enforcement notice regarding the stated illegality ...

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Prescription charge for vulnerable people a ‘false economy’

Prescription charge for vulnerable people a ‘false economy’

A GP and a pharmacist that offer medical help to the homeless have criticised the State’s prescription levy on vulnerable people as a “false economy”. ...

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UK Election debate live: Corbyn and Johnson go head-to-head

UK Election debate live: Corbyn and Johnson go head-to-head

The party leaders are facing questions from a studio audience in Maidstone, Kent.

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Former UK PMs John Major and Tony Blair share platform to oppose Brexit

Former UK PMs John Major and Tony Blair share platform to oppose Brexit

Tony Blair said that while he personally would vote Labour, he urged others to back ‘the best candidates’ in their constituencies.

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15 killed after shooting in Baghdad square

15 killed after shooting in Baghdad square

Protesters are occupying parts of Baghdad in a stand-off with security forces.

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Russell Rovers build on Cork’s eastern promise

Russell Rovers build on Cork’s eastern promise

Hurling is going from strength to strength in the east Cork area.

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Sarries’ woes offer golden chance to Munster

Sarries’ woes offer golden chance to Munster

Ask any Munster supporter their thoughts on the Saracens personnel coming to Thomond Park this evening and they will take the matchday squad named by Mark McCall ...

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Fionnuala McCormack bids to make it a record sweet 16 in Lisbon

Fionnuala McCormack bids to make it a record sweet 16 in Lisbon

Before the gun goes she’ll be a record-breaker, not that such a thought will be treated with anything but contempt by Fionnuala McCormack.

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Providence shares see bounce on Tony O’Reilly exit

Providence shares see bounce on Tony O’Reilly exit

Shares in Irish exploration company Providence Resources jumped by as much as 12% after it announced that Tony O’Reilly - its chief executive since 2005 - ...

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Legislation to test self-driving cars on Irish roads approved

Legislation to test self-driving cars on Irish roads approved

The Cabinet has today approved legislation to test autonomous vehicles on public roads.

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Businessman who defrauded Revenue of €160k jailed for two years

Businessman who defrauded Revenue of €160k jailed for two years

A businessman who defrauded the Revenue Commissioners of €160,000 in relation to VAT payments has been jailed for two years.

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Electric Picnic tickets to go on sale Monday

Electric Picnic tickets to go on sale Monday

Tickets for next year's Electric Picnic will go on sale next Monday, December 12.

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Strictly Come Dancing’s Graziano Di Prima sets new world record

Strictly Come Dancing’s Graziano Di Prima sets new world record

The Italian dancer was crowned the winner of the annual pro challenge.

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Here's who's on the Ray D'Arcy Show this week This story is enriched with multi-media content

Here's who's on the Ray D'Arcy Show this week

The line-up up for Saturday's Ray D'Arcy Show has been revealed.

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Personal Insights: Embrace the season and listen to the stories of our new arrivals

Personal Insights: Embrace the season and listen to the stories of our new arrivals

Terri Kruschke moved to Cork from America with her family in 2007. In this personal insight Terri reveals her reflections on Christmas and urges everyone to listen ...

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Byelections 2019: All politics is local in Dublin Mid-West

Byelections 2019: All politics is local in Dublin Mid-West

Voters in Dublin Mid-West aren’t talking about immigration. They’re far more worried about housing, transport, and a little boy named Sam, writes Juno ...

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'We need to aim for zero women or children, or men for that matter, being killed in a domestic situation.'

'We need to aim for zero women or children, or men for that matter, being killed in a domestic situation.'

Ryan Hart, who addressed the launch of Women's Aid's 2019 Femicide Report, may not be Irish, but his story is one that will be eerily familiar to an Irish audience. ...

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