Gardaí seize puppies at Dublin Port

Gardaí have seized 15 puppies from a van at Dublin Port. They stopped the van yesterday as it was about to board a ship to England. The puppies did not have relevant ownership papers and were seized and given to...

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VIDEO: Emergency landing in Cork Airport as captain reports issue on board plane

An emergency landing has taken place at Cork Airport this morning, with reports that the cockpit on the Aer Lingus plane filled with smoke. It is understood the Aer Lingus Regional flight EI 3701 was en route to Cork from...

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Crime Agency helps break up dozens of child abuse and drugs gangs in the North

The National Crime Agency (NCA) made 44 disruptions of child sexual exploitation, drugs and money laundering gangs in the North...

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Pensioner dies in Meath traffic accident

A 91-year-old man has died after a road crash in Co Meath yesterday. He was the sole occupant in a...

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TUI: We need to know when teachers’ allowances will be restored

The Teachers’ Union of Ireland says the Government needs to provide a time-scale for when allowances for newly qualified teachers...

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Teenager dies after traffic accident

A 13-year-old boy who was seriously injured in a collision on Saturday has died as a result of his injuries....

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Gardaí thwart ‘up to 12 feud killings’ between Kinahan and Hutch families

Gardaí believe they have prevented up to 12 murder attempts in the Kinahan-Hutch feud, which has claimed at least eight...

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Mortgage rules have created ‘lost generation’ as rents rise

The Central Bank is being urged slash the deposit requirements for new mortgages, as rental prices continue to rise. The...

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Coastguard to resume search for swimmer off Donegal coast

Rescue teams are resuming their search for a swimmer who is missing off the Donegal coast. The Malin Head Coastguard...

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Retired judge Mr Justice Carroll Moran to lead Olympic tickets inquiry

Update 4.35pm: Retired judge Mr Justice Carroll Moran has been appointed to lead the inquiry into the Olympics ticketing scandal....

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Strongman ‘looking forward to pulling a lorry’ at Belfast competition

An Irish strongman has said he is looking forward to pulling a lorry as he tucked into a breakfast of...

Tuesday, 23/08/16 - 10:28pm Read More

Lifeboat called to Sherkin Island after woman stung by jellyfish

Baltimore Lifeboat was launched this afternoon on a MEDEVAC from Sherkin Island. A woman on the island was feeling unwell...

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Body of missing man found

Update August 24: The body of Harold Keogh has been located. Gardaí wish to thank the media and the public...

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Gardaí search for man missing since Friday

Gardaí are searching for a man who has been missing from his home in Co. Louth for four days. Austin...

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National Archives warn rule change would bring ‘untenable pressure’ on their service

The board of the National Archives say the service will be put under “untenable pressure” if Ireland follows the UK’s...

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Charity sees surge in numbers looking for help to pay rent

A leading housing charity has reported a huge jump in people seeking its help because they are struggling to pay...

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Rose of Tralee protestor vows to stage more protests in Ireland

The founder of Fathers4Justice says his decision to run on the stage during the Rose of Tralee TV selection was...

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Employment breaks through two million barrier while more people enter country than leave

Four hundred Irish emigrants are returning home every week – almost double the rate of last year. The number of...

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PSNI arrest four in dissident republican probe

Detectives in the North investigating dissident republican activity have arrested four men. The suspects, aged 46, 47, 49 and 54,...

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Stormont committee investigating Nama deal urges Finance Minister to step aside

A Stormont scrutiny committee has called on the North’s Finance Minister to stand aside pending the outcome of a probe...

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