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Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has been accused of “being played for a fool” after his solution to the mortgage tracker rip-off scandal has been declared a “charade”.
Dublin City Council is contacting drivers who were illegally clamped in the first seven months of this year.
A judge will rule next week whether to allow two local residents appealhis decision clearing the way for tech giant Apple to develop the first phase of a planned €850m data centre in Athenry, Co Galway.
Aircraft manufacturer Bombardier is shedding almost 300 jobs at its Belfast plant.
Catalonia's leader has dissolved the regional parliament and called a regional election for December 20 in a u-turn for the separatists.
Police in England hunting thieves who blew up a cash machine in a large explosion which rocked homes said it was too early to say if any cash was stolen.
A Kilkenny GAA club says that it will co-operate fully with any investigation into a controversial party celebrating a victory at the weekend.
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Bryan Dobson made his last ever Six One appearance last night as the stalwart moves to Morning Ireland and RTÉ have today announced his replacements.
Rett Syndrome affects one in 10,000 girls in Ireland. Karen Murray reports on a campaign to raise awareness of a condition that is very difficult to diagnose
Hailstones reportedly the size of golf balls have been crashing down in parts of Queensland and New South Wales.