Gardaí search for man missing for two days

A man has gone missing from his home in Dublin. Gary Flynn, who is aged 34, was last seen in the Clondalkin area on the evening of Thursday, May 26. He is around six feet one inch tall with short...

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GSOC to investigate woman’s death in road collision amid Garda pursuit

The Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission say they are investigating last night’s fatal collision on the N2 in County Meath. A woman in her twenties died in the two car collision at Waterside Great, between Slane and Ashbourne. It is understood...

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Labour leader says he thinks the Government will not last 12 months

The new leader of the Labour party has said he expects the country to go back to the polls within...

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LÉ Róisín rescues 123 people off coast of Libya

The LÉ Róisín has rescued 123 people from a boat off the coast of Libya. The migrants and refugees were...

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Gardaí investigating shots fired in Dublin last night

Gardaí are investigating after shots were fired at a young couple who were out walking in Dublin’s Kilbarrick last night....

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Personal insolvency legislation ‘not fit for purpose’ says Fianna Fáil

Fianna Fáil is calling for amendments to the personal insolvency legislation. The party has said the law is not fit...

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322 speeding tickets handed out during National Slow Down Day

The Gardaí’s “Operation Slow Down” has caught 322 motorists breaking speed limits. Those caught included one driver caught doing more...

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Commercial fire in Macroom, school children evacuated

Three fire engines attended the scene of commercial fire this morning in Macroom town centre. The fire was coming from...

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One dead and four hospitalised following Meath car crash

A woman has died in a two car collision in County Meath. It is understood the crash happened on the...

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Irish soldier chosen by head of United Nations to lead peace-keeping mission

The head of the United Nations has chosen an Irish soldier to lead its peace keeping mission in Lebanon. Major...

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Fianna Fáil Seanad candidates chosen to ‘make a difference to people’s lives’

Fianna Fáil has defended its choice of candidates as part of the Taoiseach’s appointments to the Seanad. Enda Kenny offered...

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Dublin protest today to highlight scale of homelessness problem

The Government is being urged to declare a national homeless emergency. Hundreds of people are expected to protest in Dublin...

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War of Independence era bomb made safe in Cork city

The Army Bomb Disposal Team have rendered safe an historic artillery shell in Cork this evening. The unit was deployed...

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Latest: FF and FG accused of ‘old backroom deals approach’ to Seanad nominations

Update 7.36pm: Sinn Féin Senator Rose Conway Walsh has criticised Taoiseach Enda Kenny for returning to the “old backroom deals...

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Kenny defends decision to split Dept of Environment

Enda Kenny has defended the decision to split the Department of the Environment into two. The Taoiseach has said the...

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Adi Roche receives the Freedom of Cork City

Adi Roche, voluntary CEO and founder of Chernobyl Children International (CCI), has been awarded the Freedom of Cork City at...

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€20k of smuggled cigarettes and 7 kilos of tobacco seized in Dundalk

Customs officers have seized €20,000 smuggled cigarettes and 7 kilos of tobacco, worth an estimated €11,000 to the Exchequer. Gardai...

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Man who beat his mother to death found not guilty by reason of insanity

A young Wicklow man has been found not guilty of murdering his mother in June 2014 by reason of insanity....

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Number of schools in the North have been evacuated

A number of Northern Ireland schools have been evacuated following ‘malicious communications’. It is not clear how many schools have...

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Some whistleblowers claims not investigated says Martin Kenny

A Sinn Féin TD behind new claims of Garda malpractice has said whistleblowers have been told some of their claims...

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