National News

No jail for man who sparked Ebola fear on Aer Lingus flight

An Italian businessman who sparked Ebola fears on board an Aer Lingus flight has been spared a prison sentence after he told a judge he had make a charitable donation.Roberto Binaschi (aged 56) was arrested at Dublin airport yesterday afternoon.Binaschi...

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Dublin gardaí appeal for witnesses to city centre murder

Gardaí are renewing their appeal for witnesses to the murder of a man in Dublin city centre last weekend. Kieran...

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Gardaí find €100,000 worth of cannabis in car

Gardaí discovered cannabis herb with a street value of around €100,000 when they searched a car in Limerick last night....

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Cork and Down lead the way in pub-food guide

Counties Cork and Down have both secured six listings in the 2015 Michelin 'Eating Out In Pubs' guide.They were followed...

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Union leader says public will pay twice as much if water charges are dropped

The head of the country's largest trade unions is calling for a different approach to opposition to the water charge.Organisers...

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Motorcyclist dies in Donegal road crash

Gardaí are investigating a road accident on the N13 at Lisfannon, Burt, Co Donegal at approximately 10.30pm last night.A male...

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Motorists urged to drive carefully in wet conditions

Motorists are being urged to drive with care this morning due to slippery road conditions. A status yellow rainfall alert...

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Investigations launched after man dies in Louth workplace accident

Two separate investigations are underway after a man died following an industrial accident in Co. Louth yesterday.It happened at around...

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Munster: Overcast skies and outbreaks of rain

Munster today:It is going to be an unsettled day with overcast skies and outbreaks of rain, often heavy and prolonged....

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Government ‘to propose €100 off water bill’

Every home in Ireland is reportedly due to get €100 off their water bill, according to new plans from the...

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Wexford News

Image of late Wexford woman used in ‘violent and pornographic’ movie, court told

The High Court has heard the image of a missing Wexford woman was used without permission in a violent and pornographic American horror movie.The family of Statia Purcell are trying to stop further distribution of the film 'Wrong Turn 6:...

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First Gorey fringe event for the Wexford Opera Festival

Geraldine Blake with kids, Emily and Gracie Kirkland, at the opening of Market House Fesign.
Geraldine Blake, with kids, Emily and Gracie Kirkland enjoying the exhibition at Market House Design. Market House Design, an initiative...

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Major public protest against water charges in Gorey next Saturday

Disruptions are expected in Gorey for a public protest march against water charges taking place in the town next Saturday...

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Fears over future of new respite unit

LESS THAN three months after the doors opened on the new respite unit ‘An Tearmann’, in St. John’s Community Hosiptal,...

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Man killed by train in Wexford

A man has been killed by a train in Co Wexford today. The incident happened just before 1pm south of...

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House prices on the rise

AN ENNISCORTHY auctioneer predicts a “very positive year ahead in 2015” due to soaring house prices in the county. Figures...

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Allegations of abuse against Christian Brother

A Christian Brother and former teacher at the Wexford secondary school run by the religious order is the subject of...

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Rugby club in major Allianz deal

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A MAJOR new sponsorship agreement has been made between Allianz Ireland and New Ross Rugby Club (NRRFC). The deal, which...

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Public meeting could go up in flames

A PUBLIC meeting due to be held in New Ross this evening could prove to be a volatile and fiery...

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Second attempted armed robbery in six months

Gardai are this week continuing to investigate an attempted armed robbery at Barrack Street Post Office last Friday morning. This...

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