Dublin's new 24-hour bus service deemed 'a roaring success'

Dublin's new 24-hour bus service deemed 'a roaring success'

New figures show more than 2,800 passengers travelled on the Number 41 Dublin Bus from Lower Abbey St to Swords during the first five nights of the overnight service. ...

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Three arrested as gardaí seize €900,000 worth of drugs in Louth

Three arrested as gardaí seize €900,000 worth of drugs in Louth

Gardaí have seized €900,000 worth of drugs and arrested three people in Louth.

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Cyclist who died in Luas collision named as Labour Youth leader

Cyclist who died in Luas collision named as Labour Youth leader

A man has been killed after being hit by a Luas tram in Dublin.

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British tourist, 50, shot dead in robbery outside Buenos Aires hotel

British tourist, 50, shot dead in robbery outside Buenos Aires hotel

A British tourist was killed and his stepson injured when they were shot during a robbery outside a luxury Buenos Aires hotel.

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Violence flares in New Delhi over Indian citizenship law

Violence flares in New Delhi over Indian citizenship law

Police said three buses have been set on fire during a protest.

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Greta Thunberg stuck on floor of crowded German train after climate summit

Greta Thunberg stuck on floor of crowded German train after climate summit

The 16-year-old activist is returning to Sweden from Spain by rail.

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Watch as Kieran Donaghy's penalty seals Stacks' shootout win in Kerry League final

Watch as Kieran Donaghy's penalty seals Stacks' shootout win in Kerry League final

It took a penalty shootout to separate Austin Stacks and Rathmore at a cold Rathbeg on Sunday with Kieran Donaghy scoring the decisive penalty in the first shootout ...

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St Senan’s grab the golden goals in North Kerry final

St Senan’s grab the golden goals in North Kerry final

St Senan’s retained their North Kerry SFC title, thanks to two final quarter goals. Brosna were attempting to win their first North Kerry senior title but ...

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Quins leapfrog Institute to ease relegation fears

Quins leapfrog Institute to ease relegation fears

A blistering second-half triple saw Cork Harlequins win a 3-2 cracker over Catholic Institute at Rosbrien for a morale-boosting first win of the EY Hockey League ...

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Unions call for pay-gap disclosures

Unions call for pay-gap disclosures

The Government should insist Irish stockmarket-listed companies publish more details about the pay of their chief executives and the pay gap with ordinary workers, ...

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Brexit still means Brexit for this island

Brexit still means Brexit for this island

One of the notable features about the coverage of the UK election results has been the overuse of the word “historic”.

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Irish companies to win as UK trade spat thaws

Irish companies to win as UK trade spat thaws

These are historic times not just for the UK and Irish economies but also for businesses across the globe.

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Tom Cruise gives fans a peek at Top Gun sequel

Tom Cruise gives fans a peek at Top Gun sequel

The actor reprises the role of Maverick in the movie.

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Youtuber LadBaby and Stormzy out in front in race for Christmas number one

Youtuber LadBaby and Stormzy out in front in race for Christmas number one

Wham! and Ellie Goulding are the other contenders for the festive accolade.

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Taylor Swift to headline Glastonbury

Taylor Swift to headline Glastonbury

The singer will play at the festival in 2020.

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UK general election: ‘Anybody who is against Brexit needs to get behind Rosie Duffield’

UK general election: ‘Anybody who is against Brexit needs to get behind Rosie Duffield’

Campaigners of different hues are asking voters in the key marginal constituency of Canterbury to look beyond party politics and vote tactically in the general election ...

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Dental health crisis: Children forced to wait years for treatment

Dental health crisis: Children forced to wait years for treatment

Whether or not the new national oral health policy is the way forward, our school dental programme is in dire need of an overhaul, with huge pressure on services ...

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Personal Insights: Embrace the season and listen to the stories of our new arrivals

Personal Insights: Embrace the season and listen to the stories of our new arrivals

Terri Kruschke moved to Cork from America with her family in 2007. In this personal insight Terri reveals her reflections on Christmas and urges everyone to listen ...

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