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A man has died following a collision in Co Monaghan overnight.
Severe winds gusting up to 130 kilometres per hour are expected today as #StormDiana passes over Ireland.
Motorists have been urged to take the time to understand recent changes to the drink-driving laws ahead of the Christmas period.
A group of nurses and midwives has joined GPs in declaring they do not want to participate in providing abortion services.
The British Government is to set out its analysis of the economic impact of Brexit as Theresa May battles to save her deal for leaving the European Union.
Broadband plan unlikely to progress until answers found
GERARD HOWLIN: McDonald’s Sinn Féin stands at a complicated crossroads
Cork to get 60 jobs as Australian insurer expands
DONAL LENIHAN: Many landmines for Irish rugby on the road from here to Japan
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