Dun Laoghaire RNLI come to the aid of two people off Dublin coast

An 18-foot motor yacht with two people onboard ran into difficulty when it broke down off Sandymount shortly after 4pm Sunday.

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People are 'forced to drive without insurance because they can't cover the cost' - industry expert claims

One in four parents have helped their children pay for car insurance, according to the AA.

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Two men seriously injured after 'violent' incident in Dublin

The Garda Armed Support Unit was called to the scene on Clifden Drive in Cherry Orchard at around 1pm today.

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Michelle O’Neill: Talks to restore powersharing should continue

The negotiations have involved ‘tinkering round the edges’ without confronting the main issues preventing agreement, the Sinn Fein deputy leader said.

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Joyce enthusiasts celebrate Bloomsday at Glasnevin

The event was marked by a costumed performance by the ‘Joyceanstagers’ of chapter six, Hades, from Ulysses, which is set in the cemetery.

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Gardaí seek help finding missing Dublin man

Richard Adams, 41, Palmerstown Park, Dublin 6, was last seen yesterday morning around 10.30am.

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Harris: State to appeal €2.1m compensation awarded to Ruth Morrissey

The Minister for Health has confirmed that the State will appeal the €2.1m compensation award granted to Ruth Morrissey.

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Husband charged with murder of Cork wife

A 46-year-old man appeared in court this afternoon charged with the murder of his wife.

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Charlie Flanagan apologises to guard who faced disciplinary charges after having a child out of wedlock in 1980s

The former garda faced dismissal in the 1980s after having a child out of wedlock.

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Update: Death in Dublin not being treated as suspicious, gardaí say

Gardaí are investigating following the discovery of a man's body in Dublin.

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Two lighthouse cottages for sale in Donegal for less than the cost of a one bedroom apartment

A rare chance to own not one but TWO lighthouse keeper's cottages on your own stunning island off Co Donegal has come up.

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Republican chief McKee died a bitter, twisted man, says son of Troubles victim

Billy McCurrie’s father, James McCurrie, was randomly attacked and shot dead by the IRA in East Belfast in 1970.

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Meath man who battled weight was saved by running club support

A Meath man who was ‘eating and drinking himself to death’ says the running fraternity saved him and gave him a new life beyond his 'wildest dreams.'

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Woman rescued from car in Lough Erne in serious condition

In the north, a woman is in a serious condition after being rescued from a lake in Co Fermanagh last night.

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Gardaí investigating Dublin assault

A Garda investigation is underway after an assault in Dublin.

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Taxpayers could face carbon emissions bill of €7bn

Taxpayers could be faced with a €7bn carbon emissions bill over the next decade.

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Burton: Government should reconsider Tusla's involvement in adoption bill

A Labour TD has criticised proposed adoption legislation as it does not give complete access to birth information.

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Latest poll indicates five-point lead for Fianna Fáil

It shows the popularity of the party has dropped by five points to 23%.

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Farmers misled by Government on EU beef fund, claims TD

A Donegal TD claims farmers were misled by the Government on an EU beef fund.

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Post-mortem carried out on Mayo woman found dead yesterday

Her body was discovered yesterday morning at a house in the Westport area.

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The Lotto results are in...

Time to check your tickets...

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Public told to keep an eye on neighbours and relatives on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

"World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is all about making older people aware, to stay linked in, to stay active and not to become too dependent..."

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Removing border backstop ‘as bad for Ireland as no-deal Brexit’

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is against proposals being put forward by some of the contenders to replace Theresa May as prime minister.

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Gino Kenny: Leo disrespecting families looking for medicinal cannabis

People Before Profit TD Gino Kenny has hit back in a row with the Taoiseach over his response to a parliamentary question on medicinal cannabis this week.

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Guard who became pregnant in 1980s speaks out about 'forced adoption'

A woman who says she was forced to give up her child for adoption after becoming pregnant out of wedlock in the 1980s has spoken out about her experience for the ...

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New ideas needed in housing debate, architect says

Co-Housing Here is holding a public session at the Technological University of Ireland at Bolton Street today.

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Veteran republican ‘unrepentant’, mourners told at his funeral

Billy McKee, who died on Tuesday aged 97, was a founding member of the Provisional IRA.

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Gardaí issue appeal for man last seen in Dublin city

Gardaí in Ballyfermot are asking for help to find a man who was last seen in Dublin city on Tuesday.

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'I'm happy to do it' - Taoiseach willing to make official apology to women affected by CervicalCheck scandal

The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he is "very happy" to offer a full apology to women affected by the CervicalCheck.scandal.

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Last night's €500k EuroMillions Plus tickets were bought in Cork and Dublin

Two ticket holders in Cork and Dublin won the €500,000 top prize in the EuroMillions Plus draw last night.

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PSNI using victim recovery dogs to search for man missing for a fortnight

In the North, specialist victim recovery dogs and a Community Search and Rescue Team have been drafted in to aid police investigating the disappearance and murder ...

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More than 100 gardaí committed breaches of discipline last year

An Garda Síochána has said there were 91 findings of "neglect of duty" against gardaí last year.

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Nearly 560,000 waiting for treatment

Latest waiting list figures from the National Treatment Purchase Fund show that they continued to climb this month, reaching 558,484 last week.

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€80,000 to keep TDs fit for office

TDs are to get their own personal trainer to ensure they are fighting fit for the next general election.

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Two men who died in Kildare light aircraft crash are named

Air accident investigators have said heavy rainfall has not helped their efforts to discover the cause of the aircraft crash in County Kildare on Thursday night.

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Protests supporting paramedics' right to union recognition to be held across the country

A series of protests are taking place across Ireland today in support of striking ambulance workers.

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Councillor 'surprised' to hear of planning application for 335 apartments in Galway

Plans for 335 apartments in Galway have been lodged with An Bord Pleanála.

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Prison authorities not giving 'sufficient attention' to circumstances around vulnerable inmate deaths

The Inspector of Prisons said it is repeating recommendations on the deaths of vulnerable inmates “over and over again” but that prison authorities do ...

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Irish Rail doing everything they can to help gardaí investigate 'shocking and upsetting racial abuse' on train

Irish Rail is describing an incident of alleged racial-abuse on a train as "shocking" and "upsetting".

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Gardaí investigating Mayo woman's death not looking for anyone else as they question man

Gardaí are questioning a man in his 40s after the death of a woman in County Mayo.

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Watchdog says Prison Service failing to implement its recommendations following prisoner deaths

Hard-hitting report comes after vulnerable prisoner died in cell

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Air ambulance project set for take-off

After five months on the ground, Ireland’s first charity-funded air ambulance is finally set for take-off — with a promise of delivering pre-hospital ...

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Limerick Trump fan gets gift from US secret service

A Limerick man received a priceless gift from the US secret service after he told them how much he loved President Donald Trump.

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Adoption bill ‘aims to prevent access’ to files

The “unstated and hidden objective” of the Government’s planned legislation to grant adopted people basic information and tracing rights is to ...

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EU court: Ireland should pay €1k a day for environment failings

The EU’s top court has said Ireland should be subject to large daily fines, already amounting to almost €4m, for failing to comply with EU legislation ...

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Waterford solar farm gets council green light

Waterford Council has granted planning permission for a combined 30mw solar farm in the Comeragh region of the county.

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New golf club boosts Kerry Airport business

The opening of an exclusive golf club on a headland in south Kerry has contributed to a “significant” increase in business for Kerry Airport, the latter’s ...

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High-risk group to be given pill to prevent HIV infection

A HIV prevention strategy using a highly effective drug will be launched in the autumn.

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Two Irish people scoop €500k in EuroMillions Plus

Two Irish people are €500,000 richer tonight.

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Man arrested following discovery of woman's body in Westport

The body of a woman has been found in Co Mayo.

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