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A man charged with grievous bodily harm, following the fatal assault of a Co Cork father-of-two in Western Australia over Christmas, may face more serious charges.
Met Eireann have issued two separate status yellow snow-ice warnings.
A ‘Cars for Bars’ initiative to bring people to and from pub in rural areas has been suggested by a minister.
The family of a man accused of stabbing a supermarket worker to death in the UK have said "no words can convey our sorrow".
Ryanair and easyJet have apologised as bad weather has stranded hundreds of passengers in Stansted.
Tesco is refunding and compensating customers in the UK who complained that the turkey they bought for their Christmas dinner was "rotten" or "gone off".
Former Munster scrum-half Peter Stringer is back in Ireland after Aviva Premiership side Worcester Warriors declined to renew his contract.
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Bosco is still enthralling children to this day, and Ireland’s favourite red-head is now putting his talents to raising money for the LauraLynn children’s hospice.
If you are now actively attempting to avoid the Quality Street and Toblerone, but are worried about how all that festive chocolate is going to get eaten (you wouldn’t want to waste it after all), you're not alone. Here's what to do with all that leftover Christmas chocolate.
RTÉ reporter Brian O’Connell tells Colette Sheridan about the loss of his friend, Brian Carey, who took his own life
CourtsPlace: CorkPlace: PerthPlace: Western AustraliaPlace: UKPlace: StanstedPlace: IrelandPerson: Met EireannPerson: IRELANDPerson: Peter StringerPerson: BoscoPerson: Brian O’ConnellPerson: Colette SheridanPerson: Brian CareyEvent: ChristmasOrganisation: RyanairOrganisation: EasyJetOrganisation: TescoOrganisation: MunsterOrganisation: Worcester WarriorsOrganisation: Toblerone