Gardaí search for woman missing for three days

Gardaí are appealing for the public's help in finding a woman who has been missing for three days.Gardaí at Clondalkin say 40-year-old Diana Agnieszka Kaleta has been missing from her home in Clondalkin since early on Wednesday morning.Diana is described...

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Poll has Sinn Féin and Fine Gael level

Sinn Féin has tied with Fine Gael as the most popular party in the State, according to the latest opinion poll.The Red C poll in tomorrow's Sunday Business Post shows both parties on 22%, with Fine Gael support falling four...

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Parents fight over Disney doll at Dublin toy shop

Gardaí have confirmed they were called to a toy shop in Dublin yesterday as customers fought to get their hands...

Saturday, 22/11/14 - 4:28pm Read More

Gardaí investigate pipe bomb attack on family home in Limerick

An army bomb disposal unit has made safe and removed a pipe bomb from a home in Limerick after it...

Saturday, 22/11/14 - 4:27pm Read More

Your quick guide to the next week of weather

It certainly won't be warm around Ireland for the next few days, but we can look forward to some light...

Saturday, 22/11/14 - 3:51pm Read More

Vandals cut down iconic Cross on Ireland’s highest mountain

The Cross on the summit of ‪‎Carrauntoohil in Co Kerry‬ has been cut down.Kerry Climbing reported on their Facebook page...

Saturday, 22/11/14 - 3:06pm Read More

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TEEU: Water charge protests reflect anger over inequality

Water charge protests "are a reflection of the level of anger over growing inequality in Ireland", according to the Technical...

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PSNI release man found in cannabis growhouse

In the North, a man arrested following the seizure of £70,000 worth of cannabis in Armagh has been released without...

Saturday, 22/11/14 - 2:40pm Read More

Time to reverse recession pay cuts, says union

The Technical Engineering and Electrical Union (TEEU) is to mount a campaign demanding 5% pay rises for its members. The...

Saturday, 22/11/14 - 1:36pm Read More

Adams: Government’s water charge u-turn ‘a desperate attempt to cling to power’

Sinn Féin is calling for a mass mobilisation of people to protest against water charges in Dublin next month.The Right2Water...

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Pope officially accepts Archbishop of Cashel’s resignation

Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Archbishop of Cashel and Emly Dermot Clifford.Archbishop Clifford resigned on the grounds of...

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Community in shock as two die in farm accident

A Health and Safety Authority investigation is due to begin in Co Donegal after two people died in a farm...

Saturday, 22/11/14 - 9:57am Read More

Cannabis seized at home in Cork suburb

Gardaí in Cork have questioned two Polish men, following the seizure of €10,000 worth of drugs during a search of...

Saturday, 22/11/14 - 9:45am Read More

Body of missing Sligo man found in Stockholm

The Department of Foreign Affairs is providing consular assistance to the family of a Sligo man, whose body has been...

Saturday, 22/11/14 - 9:09am Read More

Irish Water ‘ordered to reduce staff numbers’

Irish Water is reportedly being ordered to slash costs and reduce staff numbers.According to the Irish Independent, the new board...

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Residents attacked as four men raid Dublin house

Gardaí in Dublin are investigating an aggravated burglary at a house in Rialto. The incident happened at around 11.30 on...

Saturday, 22/11/14 - 8:50am Read More

Gardaí release man held in connection with ‘gun threat’ to water meter installer

A man, arrested in Co Clare yesterday after a water meter installer was threatened with a gun, has today been...

Saturday, 22/11/14 - 8:40am Read More

Two die in Donegal farm accident

Two men in their 50s have died in a farming accident in Co Donegal.The incident happened in the Crossroads area...

Friday, 21/11/14 - 7:03pm Read More

HSE overspending by €1.6m every day

The HSE is overspending its budget by almost €1.6m every day.Figures released this evening show an overspend of €432m in...

Friday, 21/11/14 - 6:50pm Read More

SIPTU backs water-charges protests

The country's largest trade union SIPTU has backed protests against water charges, and said it would begin talks with other...

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