Former Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Mayhew dies

The former Secretary of Northern Ireland Patrick Mayhew has died. He played a central role in peace talks and was involved in the negotiating of the 1993 Downing Street Declaration, formulated by then British prime minister John Major and then...

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No winner of €2m Lotto jackpot

There was no winner of tonight’s Lotto Jackpot, worth €2m. Wednesday’s Lotto jacpot is heading for €2.5m There werew also no winners of the jackpots in the Lotto Plus and Lotto Plus 2 draws.

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Woman released after €29,000 Limerick drugs seizure

A woman has been released without charge following a drug seizure in Limerick. Gardaí found drugs worth an estimated €29,000...

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Gardaí seek help finding missing Dublin woman with Down syndrome

Gardaí are looking for the public’s help in tracing a missing woman from Dublin. Forty-four-year-old Karen Scott – who has...

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Uncertainty surrounding border control between North and South Ireland

It is too early to tell if a border will be reinstated between the Republic and the North following the...

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Homophobic bullying still a problem, LGBT report reveals

The Children’s Minister has said the new LGBT strategy for young people will aim to eradicate and reduce homophobic bullying....

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Woman hailed a hero after saving choking toddler in McDonalds

The wife of a former rising Irish rugby star has been hailed a “hero” after saving the life of a...

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Brian Hayes: Brexit result of ‘nonsense politics’ and ‘toxic’ rhetoric

A Dublin MEP claims the UK deciding to leave the EU is as a result of ‘nonsense politics’ and a...

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Woman arrested following drugs seizure worth €29k

A woman has been arrested after cannabis herb and anti-anxiety medication was seized in Limerick city. The drugs were found...

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House gutted by early morning fire on Cork’s northside

A fire which took place in the early hours of this morning has gutted a home on the north side...

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70,000 expected to turn out for Pride parade in Dublin today

A year on from the same-sex marriage referendum 70,000 people will descend on Dublin for this year’s Pride parade. The...

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Threat of financial penalities for teachers refusing to work extra hours

Secondary school teachers who are refusing to work an extra 33 non teaching hours a year are being warned they...

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Landslide blocks major tourist route to Connemara

A major landslide in Galway has closed off one of the most popular tourist routes in the county. The landslide...

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I will unashamedly boast about Cork, says new mayor

Fine Gael Cllr Des Cahill has been elected the new Lord Mayor of Cork, writes Eoin English. Mr Cahill, 45,...

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Vote triggers renewed debate on North’s constitutional position

The Brexit vote in the EU referendum has triggered a renewed debate in Northern Ireland on its constitutional position within...

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GLEN welcomes report that ban on gay men donating blood will be lifted

The Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN) has welcomed reports that the board of the Irish Blood Transfusion Service will...

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Gardaí concerned for woman reported missing from Tipperary last Friday

Gardaí are trying to trace a missing 37-year-old woman from Co Tipperary. Bridget Madigan from Wellington Street in Clonmel was...

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Dublin woman celebrates ‘amazing feeling’ winning €500,000 on Euromillions

Wednesday night was a big night for us all, thanks to Robbie Brady’s stuff-of-dreams goal against Italy. But one Dublin...

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Joe Biden: Ireland still a ‘cornerstone’ of US policy

United States Vice President Joe Biden has said that Ireland will still remain a “cornerstone” of US international policy following...

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Enda Kenny and David Cameron plot next steps for Ireland-UK relationship

Update 5.30pm: The Taoiseach and the British Prime Minister have spoken by phone for 12 minutes in the wake of...

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