Tesco strikes suspended as sides agree to go to Labour Court

All strike action at Tesco stores is being suspended. In a statement issued this evening, Tesco said it is engaging in discussions instigated by the Labour Court to resolve the current dispute. The row centers around changes to some workers...

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Gardaí search for Kildare woman missing for two days

A 49-year-old woman has gone missing from her home in Co. Kildare. Ainne Poynton was last seen at around 8pm on Wednesday evening in the Kilcock area. She is described as being around five feet three inches tall with blonde...

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Hospital support staff call off imminent strike

Hospital support staff who were due to go on strike on Monday have called it off after an agreement was...

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Sister ‘gave me a heart attack’ when she told me of our €500k EuroMillions winnings

Two sisters who bought their ticket on a shopping spree in Limerick city have collected their €500,000 prize won in...

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Motorway checkpoint nets €250k of cannabis during search of car by Gardaí

Gardaí have seized more than a quarter of a million euro worth of Cannabis herb at a checkpoint in Co....

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Siptu tells Bus Éireann drivers ‘to prepare for protracted strike action’

Siptu has told its members in Bus Éireann today to prepare for protracted strike action. The union has called on...

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More than 50 residents protest outside 18-year-old rapist’s home

A 18-year-old convicted rapist has been publicly vilified in a midlands town by local residents. The young man, who was...

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Gardaí intercept consignment of cannabis and arrest man in organised crime probe

Gardaí investigating organised crime in Dublin have seized around €180,000 of cannabis. Customs Officers, Gardaí and officers from the Serious...

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Maurice McCabe ‘Disclosures’ Tribunal to sit on Monday

The public Tribunal of Inquiry into allegations of a smear campaign against Sgt Maurice McCabe is to hold its first...

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Truck, believed to be carrying chemicals, gets wedged under bridge closing Limerick rail services

By David Raleigh Train services between Limerick and Limerick Junction were cancelled earlier today after it was feared a meeting...

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Drinking up across the board; ‘unsustainable burden on health service’

The amount of alcohol Irish people consume increased by almost 5% last year. Per capita figures show people aged 15+...

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LATEST: Here are the areas still without power; ‘small pockets’ to be out for second night

Update – 4.40pm: The number of customers without supply due to Storm Doris now stands at 1,500. ESB Networks’ crews...

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Young men ‘started taking off their tops and looking for fights with gardaí’, court hears

Three young men were remanded in custody for their parts in a violent disorder in the northside of Cork city...

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Man hospitalised after chair breaks in Limerick court

Normal business has resumed at Limerick District Court after proceedings were interrupted when a man, who was appearing in front...

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Jury of murder trial hears statements accused made while teen was missing

The jury in the trial of a man accused of murdering Daniel McAnaspie has been hearing about statements he made...

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Woman arrested following seizure of heroin and revolver in Dublin house search

A woman was arrested following the seizure of a firearm and drugs in Dublin yesterday. The arrest occurred during a...

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Roald Dahl-owned Francis Bacon triptych could fetch $70m at auction

A Francis Bacon triptych once owned by the celebrated author Roald Dahl is expected to fetch up to $70m at...

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Coroner defends delays in Arlene Arkinson inquest

Delays to the long-running inquest for missing Northern Ireland schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson are worthwhile, a coroner’s court has been told....

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Woman and child rescued from Dublin house-fire

A woman and child have been rescued from a house-fire in Dublin this morning. The alarm was raised shortly before...

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Varadkar first to confirm running to become next leader of Fine Gael

Update: Leo Varadkar has become the first person to confirm he’ll be in the running to become the next leader...

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