SIPTU and NRBU members at Irish Rail will be balloted for industrial action

SIPTU and NRBU members at Irish Rail will be balloted for industrial action in a long running dispute over working conditions at the company. It is after talks broke down at the Work Place Relations today. In a statement this...

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Man found not guilty by reason of insanity for murder of neighbour

A man has been found not guilty by reason of insanity of the murder of his neighbour and attempted murder of her daughter two years ago. James Redmond from the Killinarden estate in Tallaght was having a psychotic episode when...

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HSE issues fentanyls drug warning following five deaths

The HSE has issued a warning to drug users following five drug-related deaths in Cork and Dublin in recent weeks....

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Dog Hank saved as council rules pit bull ‘does not pose risk to public’

The owners of a dog saved from destruction after authorities ruled he was a pit bull, but not a dangerous...

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26-year-old dies in Galway collision

A man in his 20s has been killed in a crash in County Galway in the early hours of this...

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Paedophile escapes jail for indecent assault on girl; Victim’s family ‘swept matter under the carpet’

By David Raleigh A Co Clare paedophile, who had a previous conviction for sexually abusing two young sisters, has escaped...

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PSNI officer disciplined for doing ‘virtually nothing’ over assault on schoolboy

A police officer in the North has been disciplined after a complaints watchdog found he did “virtually nothing” for almost...

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Gardaí seize €70k of counterfeit goods and make two arrests in Cavan

Gardaí have seized counterfeit DVD’s and beauty products with an approximate street value of €70,000. The goods were seized in...

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Authorities confirm measles case in Galway

There has been a confirmed case of measles in Galway. A person traveled from another European country into Dublin on...

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Man with address in Scotland charged with witholding information on murder of IRA informer

A 74-year-old man from Scotland has been charged with withholding information in relation to the murder of IRA spy Denis...

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ISPCA rescue kitten with severe burns

The ISPCA has rescued an eight-month-old kitten that was found in Waterford city with severe burns. Inspectors found the kitten...

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Man in his 70s charged in connection with Denis Donaldson murder 10 years ago

A man in his 70s is due before the Special Criminal Court this afternoon charged in connection with the murder...

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Family renew appeal for information on woman missing for 18 years

The family of missing Kildare woman Deirdre Jacob have renewed their appeals for information. 18-year-old Deirdre disappeared this day 18...

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Vodafone announces new roaming, bill pay and pay-as-you-go plans

Vodafone Ireland has today announced new roaming, bill pay and pay-as-you-go (PAYG) plans for customers. Red Connect, an integrated European...

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Judge finds the facts proven as taxi driver accused of assaulting teenage girl

A taxi-driver denied a charge of punching a young woman on the nose in the height of a row about...

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Woman who drove off pier with colleague convicted of murder

A woman has been found guilty of murdering a man she claimed was in love with her by driving them...

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Gardaí hunt for three men after woman allegedly pulled into bushes and raped

A section of parkland in Clondalkin in Dublin is sealed off today after an alleged sex assault overnight. A female...

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Union calls on Government to heed public support for referendum on TTIP/CETA deal

The Unite union has today called on the Government to heed the findings of a recent poll which showed almost...

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Hiqa blames poor intrastructure for hospital-acquired disease at St Vincent’s

The Health Watchdog is raising concerns about the first outbreak of a hospital-acquired disease at the National Liver Transplant Unit....

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Man who mooned gardaí jailed for three months

A 46-year-old Cork man dropped his pants and exposed his buttocks to gardaí in full view of a group of...

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