Day eight of the General Election campaign sees party leaders continue to criss-cross the country.
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Gardaí are operating "in-your-face policing” at the homes of more than 40 criminals linked to the cartel blamed for Monday’s gangland murder of Eddie Hutch in Dublin’s north inner city. The Garda Commissioner has said they are considering terrorism as one of many lines of inquiry following the two fatal shootings in Dublin.
The two gangs now engaged in a “cycle of revenge and retaliation” are “relentless, but not unstoppable”, Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald has said. Residents living near Dublin's latest gangland shooting have suggested it may be time to fully arm the Gardaí.
Women’s Aid has described recent revelations of revenge porn at a large Dublin university as “only the tip of a very large iceberg”.
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Bernie Sanders has defeated Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary and Donald Trump also scored his first victory in a triumph of two candidates who have seized on Americans’ anger at the Washington political establishment.
United Nations experts say North Korea is continuing to evade the world body’s sanctions, using airlines, ships and the international financial system to trade in banned items for its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes.
And so, the final curtain. Paul O’Connell confirmed the worst fears of many rugby fans yesterday when he announced he was retiring from the game — and offered his Munster brethren a glimmer of hope of a future return to Thomond Park. Donal Lenihan writes in his coulmn that O’Connell was destined to be a Munster lifer after all.
They’re already two wins closer to an historic four in a row of Allianz League football titles but Cian O’Sullivan insists Dublin are masters of blocking out the hype and hitting the ‘reset button’.
Cork Chamber has called for housing and infrastructure projects to be prioritised by the next government in order to build upon the economic recovery.
Amid mounting concerns about the risks of a global recession, European shares and oil headed lower again yesterday.
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Gardaí are operating "in-your-face policing” at the homes of more than 40 criminals linked to the cartel blamed for Monday’s gangland murder of Eddie Hutch in Dublin’s north inner city.