Gardaí in Drogheda appeal for witnesses after man shot in leg and shoulder

The 36-year-old was shot in "a number of times" in the leg and shoulder in the Hardmans Gardens area of Drogheda.

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Man in court over €35,000 heroin seizure

Gardaí arrested a man and charged him in relation to the alleged seizure of €35,000 worth of heroin at an apartment in Cork City.

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Jail for scamming householder

A three-month jail term was imposed on a young Kerry man for his part in conning a middle-aged householder in Cork to pay €50 to clean gutters but then securing ...

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UK police officer jailed after admitting stalking charge

Scott Gorrie was jailed for two years and eight months and handed a three-year non-harassment order.

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Climate change activists in London bring disruptive protests to an end

An event in Hyde Park was billed as a ‘closing ceremony’ by Extinction Rebellion.

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Macron announces tax cuts in response to yellow vest protests

French President Emmanuel Macron also warned that France and Europe must better fight illegal immigration.

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Hasenhuttl would not have taken Southampton job if he doubted Saints’ survival chances

The Saints edged closer to top-flight safety with a point at Watford.

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'I immediately unliked it': Bundee Aki apologises for 'mistakenly' liking Israel Folau post

Connacht and Ireland player Bundee Aki has taken to Instagram to address "mistakenly" liking the controversial post by Israel Folau.

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Liverpool boss Klopp not ready to counsel Solskjaer

Anfield club are seeing their rivals struggle

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CRH to decide on sale of European distribution business 'in 2-3 months'

Building materials group CRH will decide, within the next three months, whether or not to sell its European distribution division.

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Tourist numbers boosted by North American visits

An extra 37,500 visitors from North America helped bolster a 5.5% increase in tourism in the first three months, while British visitors bucked the recent trend by ...

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JIM POWER: Plan now, or suffer later: Why mandatory pensions are essential

Demographic developments pose one of the most immense challenges facing the Irish economy and policymakers.

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Charlize Theron optimistic about politics for the sake of her children

The actress is also hopeful for women in politics.

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Saoirse Ronan West Cork-bound for one of Ireland's most unique film festivals

Hollywood's Saoirse Ronan is West Cork-bound in a few weeks' time for one of the country's most unique film festivals.

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Richard Madden favourite to become next James Bond

The upcoming Bond 25 is likely to be Daniel Craig’s last, so who could step into his shoes?

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Cork on the Rise: A revival backed by a unified vision will ensure region prospers further

A risorgimento on Leeside can come to the aid of the nation, writes Allan Prosser

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'A magical city whose people are its greatest asset' - Listen to the people's verdict on Cork on the Rise

The most successful development plans are always people led.

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Intelligence and breakouts further open up history of Spike Island

British intelligence was very good at identifying Republicans who were interned without trial in Spike Island in 1921.

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