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Households which ‘excessively use’ or waste water will be given a year to reduce their consumption before they face being fined, under plans to be approved by Cabinet tomorrow.
Gardaí in Co Waterford are appealing for witnesses following a fatal crash last night.
Talks are under way to finalise payment of €30m in public funding for the proposed Cork event centre. Tánaiste Simon Coveney confirmed that among the issues to be thrashed out is the repayment mechanism for the €9m loan element of the increased funding injection.
Theresa May is due to lay out her fresh plans to get a Brexit deal through parliament on Monday. Here is everything you need to know about where the Brexit process is at.
The student who stared and smiled at an elderly Native American protester drumming in his face as his schoolmates chanted and laughed says he did nothing to provoke the man in the videotaped confrontation.
China’s economic growth fell to a three-decade low in 2018, adding to pressure on Beijing to settle a tariff war with Washington.
The New England Patriots have booked their third-straight Super Bowl appearance after overcoming the Kansas City Chiefs 37-31 in overtime.
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Ant McPartlin has confessed the drink drive crash which forced him into rehab infuriated his TV partner Dec Donnelly.
Put those digital devices to good use. Marjorie Brennan selects some great listening options for younger ears.
Kate Gunn and her husband were determined that their break-up would be amicable, especially for the sake of their three children. Her book, Untying the Knot, is a how-to guide.
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