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A woman who was the first on the scene of a fatal two-car collision in Monaghan has made contact with the gardaí.
Four men have been released from custody after they were arrested in connection with an attack on a football referee in Co Offaly.
Drinking even one pint of beer or one glass of wine could put you over the limit for drink driving is the warning from the Medical Bureau of Road Safety as a Christmas and New Year safety appeal is launched today.
French President Emmanuel Macron was “speechless with rage” over agreements between the EU and UK on fishing post-Brexit, Michael Gove has said. Meanwhile, Theresa May has accepted an offer to take part in a TV debate on her Brexit deal, the BBC has said.
Around 300 jobs are up for grabs at Dublin Airport, with the construction of its new North runway.
Johann van Graan has named his Munster team for tomorrow night’s Guinness PRO14 clash against Edinburgh, with Conor Murray and Chris Farrell set to start.
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The Cork City Hospitals Children’s Club kicked off there Christmas activities this morning.
Toto are coming to Cork as part on 2019 Live at the Marquee.
Richard Hogan says parents separating need not tear a family asunder.
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