16 groups band together in call for more support for older people who want to stay at home

Sixteen different organisations have come together to campaign for a major increase in funding for older people who want to remain at home instead of in care facilities. More than half of older people could stay in their own homes...

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PSNI probe death of man in Antrim

Police in the North are continuing their investigations into the circumstances surrounding the death of a man in Co Antrim. A 44-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder following the incident in Lisburn yesterday. The body of a man...

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Credit unions top survey of customer satisfaction. Can you guess who came last?

Credit Unions provide the best customer experience in Ireland according to a new report, while Irish Water was the lowest...

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Dublin Bus bosses and unions back at talks today as 48-hour strike postponed

Talks between unions and management at Dublin Bus will resume this morning. Strike action planned for today and tomorrow has...

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Fine Gael in need of radical reform to avoid another election defeat

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has been called on to oversee a radical reform of Fine Gael if it is to avoid...

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Toddler airlifted to hospital after severing finger in accident

A young child has been airlifted to hospital after reportedly severing part of a finger in an accident, writes Patrick...

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GRA fail to reach agreement on new pay deal

The Garda Representative Association’s Central Executive Committee will meet again on Wednesday to consider a new pay deal. The Committee...

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Man arrested on suspicion of murder in Co Antrim

A 44-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder following an incident in Lisburn, Co. Antrim. The body of...

Monday, 26/09/16 - 9:58pm Read More

Noonan: I’ll remain in cabinet as long as I’m wanted

Michael Noonan says he will remain on as finance minister for as long as he is wanted. But he says...

Monday, 26/09/16 - 9:04pm Read More

Louth family collect €500,000 EuroMillions Plus prize

A jubilant family from Co. Louth made the trip to National Lottery headquarters in Dublin today to collect a cheque...

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Four men charged after improvised rocket launcher seized

Four men have been charged with a series of dissident republican terrorist offences after police seized an improvised rocket launcher...

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Sinking fishing boat with three on board rescued off West Cork coast

The Courtmacsherry RNLI All Weather Lifeboat was called out at 5.46pm this evening to go to the immediate aid of...

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Johnston Mooney and O’Brien recalls batches of sliced pans

Johnston Mooney and O’Brien is recalling batches of its sliced pans over concerns it may contain small pieces of plastic....

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Dublin Bus 48-hour strike suspended for talks

Update at 7pm: Transport Minister Shane Ross welcomes the decision of Dublin Bus drivers to defer strike action to allow...

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ISPCA report shows shocking cases of animal neglect

More than 15,000 calls were made last year to the National Animal Cruelty Helpline run by the ISPCA. The calls...

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Noonan: No sign of FF pulling plug on Government over Budget

The Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said he does not believe the Government is in any trouble over next month’s...

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Families’ request for Birmingham pub bombings inquest funding rejected

The British Government has rejected a call from the Birmingham pub bombing families for a special funding model to help...

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The winners of Tidy Towns 2016 have been revealed

Skerries has been named as Ireland’s tidiest town for 2016. The north Dublin centre also received the award of Ireland...

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Three new jurors sworn in at Sean Fitzpatrick trial

Three new jurors have been sworn in to hear the trial of Anglo Irish Bank’s former chairman Sean Fitzpatrick. Last...

Monday, 26/09/16 - 12:57pm Read More

Teenage boys with low levels of fitness show signs of heart disease

Teenage boys with low levels of fitness have been found to suffer heart disease. A recent study by Dublin City...

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