A spokesperson for the Irish Coastguard has warned that gale force winds could impede the search for a missing fisherman off the south east coast this morning.
Mon, 06 Jan, 2020
Mourners have bid an emotional farewell to a young man who won a landmark legal battle which secured educational rights for the disabled.
Sat, 25 Jan, 2014
FARMERS in Ireland are being burdened with unfair and excessive water charges, the Irish Farmers Association has told the European Commission.
Sat, 06 Dec, 2008
LANDOWNERS fighting controversial power lines appeared in the High Court yesterday as their bitter stand-off with the ESB entered its third week.
Tue, 11 Jul, 2006
THE EU Commissioner for the Environment is investigating why this country has failed to remove all waste from, and fill in, illegal lagoons, despite being ordered to do so 13 months ago by the European Court.
Tue, 30 May, 2006
Domestic violence victims in Ireland are suffering unprecedented levels of abuse and social workers are now literally struggling to save the lives of women within the home, it was claimed today.
Tue, 14 Dec, 2004
INDEPENDENT European candidate Kathy Sinnott launched her campaign in the South constituency last night with the prediction she could win a seat.
Wed, 26 May, 2004
The Government begins its case to recoup a High Court award of £55,000 paid to the mother of an autistic child in the Supreme Court today.
Tue, 27 Mar, 2001
We want to help you to connect with the people you love, but may not see, this Christmas. Every Saturday, in the weeks leading up to Christmas, we will publish your messages in print and online, starting November 28. Say it here, in the Irish Examiner.
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