Frances Fitzgerald: Very disappointed in Brexit vote

Update 1.40pm: The Minister for Justice has said the Brexit vote is very disappointing. However Frances Fitzgerald said we now have to get on with the reality of the situation: “Well it’s going to be a whole new set of...

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10-year-old to donate her long locks to wig-making cancer charity

A ten-year-old girl, who has lost a number of family members to cancer has decided to donate her long locks to make wigs for children who have lost their hair to the disease Chris McCullough. Little Sarah Clements is going...

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EU: Ireland cannot abolish water charges

The European Commission has stated there is no way for Ireland to legally abolish its system of water charges. Authorities...

Monday, 27/06/16 - 12:06pm Read More

President Higgins starts three-day trip to Scotland

President Michael D Higgins is to meet Scotland’s first Minister later this afternoon, on his first day of an official...

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Poll reveals a quarter of Irish men may have driven drunk

Almost two thirds of people have said they know someone who has driven over the legal alcohol limit. A Red...

Monday, 27/06/16 - 11:56am Read More

13,987 people sent to jail last year

The latest report from the Irish Prison Service shows that there was almost a 9% increase in the number of...

Monday, 27/06/16 - 11:29am Read More

Man killed in Tipperary stud farm accident, workmate seriously hurt

A man has died in a workplace accident in Tipperary. It is understood the man, who was in his 20s...

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Michael Noonan: Johnson’s post-Brexit plans ‘contradictory’

Finance Minister Michael Noonan has hit out at Boris Johnson’s plans for the UK in Europe, saying his proposals are...

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New drug trial to target aggressive breast cancer

Cancer Trials Ireland have announced a new test which will treat patients with advanced breast cancer. The new treatment will...

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Charity reports working with dozens of women suspected of being trafficked

A charity working with women in the sex trade said it had helped 94 women suspected of being trafficked. Ruhama...

Monday, 27/06/16 - 7:35am Read More

Dáil to convene for post-Brexit post mortem, and its implications for Ireland

The Dáil will sit from noon today to discuss the UK’s decision to leave the EU, and its implications for...

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Man seriously ill after Dame Lane attack

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses following an assault in Dublin city on Saturday night. A man remains in a serious...

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Ireland team due back at 3.20pm to heroes’ welcome

The Ireland soccer team is due to arrive home to a heroes’ welcome this afternoon following their exit from the...

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Ban on gay men donating blood to be lifted

The Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN) have welcomed the decision by Minister for Health, Simon Harris to remove the...

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Man rescued from river in Clare

A man is recovering in hospital after he was rescued from a river in Co Clare this afternoon. The alarm...

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Gardaí appeal for information on 5th anniversary of fatal hit and run

On the 5th anniversary of a fatal hit and run in county Monaghan, gardaí are renewing their appeal for information....

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HSE spends €70k a day on taxis

It has emerged the HSE spends around €70,000 a day on taxis, one of the highest users in western Europe....

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Brexit creates uncertainty surrounding maintanence of Common Travel Area

It still has not been confirmed whether or not the Common Travel Area between Ireland and the UK will be...

Sunday, 26/06/16 - 11:53am Read More

Irish Euro fans doing their bit for Irish tourism says Minister Shane Ross

Thousands of Irish soccer fans are in Lyon for today’s Euro 2016 last 16 match against host nation France. Hundreds...

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€4.3m worth of herbal cannabis seized at Rosslare Port

Investigations are continuing after the seizure of €4.3m worth of herbal cannabis in Rosslare Port, Co Wexford, last night. 215...

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