Ceremony to honour Defences Forces members

Former servicemen and women of the Defence Forces will be remembered during a special ceremony in Co Kildare later.The event, which takes place at the Curragh Camp, aims to recognise, honour, and commemorate Irish veterans. Around 1,000 former members are...

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Rail talks set to resume

Talks aimed at resolving the dispute at Irish Rail will resume at the Labour Relations Commission later.Discussions in the ongoing row over pay cuts were adjourned late last night after more than 10 hours.Management at the company want to avoid...

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Irish Rail talks adjourned until morning

Talks aimed at resolving the dispute at Irish Rail have been adjourned for the night. The discussions at the Labour...

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PSNI officers rapped over train death

Eight Police Service of Northern Ireland officers have been disciplined over their handling of a case where a missing vulnerable...

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Transport Minister aims to avoid cuts to Irish Rail funding

Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe has said that he does not want to cut the government's subvention to Irish Rail any...

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Defence Minister: Golan risk levels ‘not acceptable’

Defence Minister Simon Coveney has said that Irish troops deployed as part of the UN mission in the disputed Golan...

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McKevitt in fresh bid for remission

Real IRA leader Michael McKevitt has made a fresh bid for early release from prison, just minutes after his first...

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High Court to hear bail application from Smithfield brawl accused

The High Court is due to hear a bail application for a man accused of taking part in a violent...

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Elderly abuse claims ‘rise 30%’

More than 2,400 complaints of elder abuse were received by health chiefs last year - a 30% increase in six...

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Garda to face trial on assault and theft charges

A Dublin-based garda, who denies claims he assaulted a man and stole money from him during an alleged incident last...

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Tributes paid to Irish musician who drowned in Crete

A musician who died along with his partner as he tried to save him from drowning has been remembered as...

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Irish Rail management confident of strike resolution; Unions want pay cuts frozen

Unions at Irish Rail say the only way strike action planned for next Sunday and Monday can be averted is...

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Ice Bucket Challenge becomes biggest social media craze of 2014

It has been confirmed that the Ice Bucket Challenge is the most popular social media craze this year, surpassing No...

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Gardaí investigate Dublin house blast

Gardaí are investigating the circumstances surrounding an explosion at a house in Dublin in the early hours of this morning.The...

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High Court grants bail to man accused of Christmas Eve murder

A Wexford man accused of murdering a 48-year-old father of three outside his home on Christmas Eve has been granted...

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HSE: 42,000 girls immunised against causes of cervical cancers

The HSE says 42,000 girls have been immunised against HPV, which helps protect against seven out of 10 cervical cancers.Up...

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Survivors detail care abuse ordeals

Children from the North who were sent to Australia shortly after the Second World War faced grave sexual and physical...

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Tax deadline sees €9.2m enter Govt coffers in last few days

Nearly €10m was collected in a last-minute rush of second home tax payments ahead of its deadline last night.The Local...

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Council exempts elderly and disabled from beach driving ban

A permanent driving and parking ban on Dollymount beach in Dublin is to be lifted for disabled people and clubs...

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EU ‘unable’ to stop rural post office closures

The EU says it cannot intervene to stop Ireland from closing rural post offices.Authorities in Brussels say it is entirely...

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