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IRELANDA Status Yellow weather warning has been issued by Met Éireann following a spate of windy, wet weather.

IRELANDJohn Gilligan has failed in his long-running attempt to hold onto three properties in Dublin and Kildare.

IRELANDA memorial to Terry Wogan is to be erected in Limerick, it has been decided by Limerick City and Country Council.

WORLDIn one of the most important decisions of his presidency, Donald Trump has nominated federal appeals judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Here’s what you need to know about Gorsuch and the role itself.

WORLDResidents in Somalia say they have found three decapitated bodies just days after fighters linked to the so-called 'Islamic State' ('IS') abducted nine people.

BUSINESSVolkswagen has agreed to pay at least $1.2bn (€1.12 bn) as part of a settlement linked to the emissions scandal.

SPORTThe GAA have reported a €4million revenue boost for 2016, driven by an increase in gate receipts.


SHOWBIZGlobal superstar Beyonce has revealed she is pregnant with twins.

VIRALSuper Bowl LI is just days away and the adverts which will play during football's biggest day have begun to surface, with one catching the world's attention for an unintentional reason.

FEATUREGlen Hansard leads a series of concerts in memory of the late Interference vocalist Fergus O’Farrell.

Breaking Stories

Gardaí appeal for witnesses to accident that left teenager seriously injured

Children who sexually abuse need more help, says Children's Ombudsman

Counterfeiting in Northern Ireland ‘has grown due to internet’

Newbridge Gardaí ask for help to find missing teenager

Breaking Stories

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‘Acne won’t stop me living my life’ – Millie Mackintosh on how she got her skin under control

'Jesus, did I paint them?’; Robert Ballagh reacts to the nude portraits to him and his wife

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