After more than 50 years of trying, Kilrush wins All Ireland drama title

Kilrush Drama Group in celebratitoon -All Ire;a
  There has been a spectacular success for the Wexford group, Kilrush, for their production of Billy Roche’s acclaimed play ‘Poor Beast in the Rain’ at the 63rd All Ireland Confined Drama Finals held over nine nights at Kilmuckridge. Two...

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SF to confirm abortion stance at Ard Fheis

Sinn Féin will adopt a stance on abortion at its Ard Fheis today. Last night the party voted not to go into any coalition led by Fine Gael or Fianna Fáil after the general election. On the abortion issue, Deputy...

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Two in hospital after Dun Laoghaire fire

Two people remain in hospital this morning after a fire at a house in Dun Laoghaire in Dublin last night.The...

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Hons maths bonus points ‘key to most sought-after college places’

The bonus points awarded for sitting Leaving Cert honours maths are the key to securing the most sought-after college places....

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Government: We will tackle mortgage arrears before election

The Government is vowing to tackle the mortgage arrears crisis ahead of the next general election.Just over 11,000 private residential...

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Man charged with murder at wedding in Co Fermanagh

A second man has been charged with shooting dead a grandfather outside a family wedding.Bernard McGinley was shot close to...

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No jail for former soldier who sexually assaulted woman at Dublin Airport

A former Russian Special Forces solider who wrestled a young woman to the ground and sexually assaulted her at Dublin...

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No jail for man who stole €49,000 from employer on Christmas Eve

A former apprentice butcher, who stole more than €49,000 from his employer during a "drug-induced paranoia" on Christmas Eve has...

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TD turns crimefighter as Deputy Dooley ‘chases handbag thief’

Clare TD Timmy Dooley has been speaking about his attempt to chase what appeared to be a handbag thief.Deputy Dooley...

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Detective Garda denies forging DPP letter

A detective denied in interview that she forged a letter from the Director of Public Prosecutions to cover up the...

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US military aircraft makes emergency landing at Shannon Airport

A US military air-to-air refuelling aircraft has made an emergency landing at Shannon Airport this afternoon.The crew of Boeing KC-135...

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No jail for Cork actor David Murray after conviction for attack on former girlfriend

Actor David Murray was spared a jail sentence today after he was convicted of attacking his former partner who accused...

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Trial of man accused of double murder hears DNA evidence

A forensic scientist told a murder trial jury today that a button from a jacket worn by a man accused...

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Emotional scenes at Limerick court as banks apply to repossess homes

The were heartbreaking scenes inside Court 1 at Limerick Circuit Court as 219 applications were brought by banks and other...

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I was not aggressive towards Ian Bailey’s partner, says garda

A garda sergeant has today denied acting aggressively towards Ian Bailey's partner Jules Thomas during her arrest in 2000.Sergeant Mary...

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No bail for man accused of attempt to abduct young girl

A 35-year-old man has been remanded in custody after being charged with the false imprisonment of a child in Co...

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Boy, 13, admits murder of Corkman in London

A 13-year-old boy has pleaded guilty to murdering a builder after a row outside a block of flats.The child, who...

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Homes repossessed after Limerick court sitting

Several homes have been repossessed at a sitting of Limerick Circuit Court.Banks and other lending institutions brought 219 applications for...

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Dunnes Stores workers vote to strike

Workers at Dunnes Stores have today voted to strike. A ballot was conducted by the Mandate trade union in which...

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NUIG students vote to officially support cannabis legalisation

NUI Galway Student's Union is now mandated to support the legalisation of cannabis.Students at the university were asked, as part...

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