One winner of €6m Lotto jackpot

There was one winner of tonight's Lotto Jackpot, worth more than €6m.The numbers drawn were: 3, 7, 11, 33, 37, and 42. The bonus number was 39.More than 45,000 players won prizes in tonight’s draw, including one winner of €6,384,673.There...

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Fine Gael loses support in latest poll

Fine Gael has lost a significant amount of support in the latest political opinion poll. The Millward Brown survey for the Sunday Independent shows 24% of voters would chose the party - when "don't knows" are excluded. Support for both...

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Delays on rail services after Cork train became stuck

Irish Rail is reporting delays of up to two hours out of Heuston station this afternoon. The train company says...

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Mental illness ‘a battle we could not win’, funeral of Louth couple told

Louth couple Marie and Jim Quigley have been laid to rest. In Monday, the body of 68-year-old Marie Quigley was...

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Two arrested following €13k drugs seizure in Shankill

Gardaí are continuing to question two men in connection with the discovery of drugs and a weapon in Dublin. Gardaí...

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Teenage boy airlifted to hospital after cliff fall in Co Clare

By Patrick FlynnA teenage tourist has been airlifted to hospital after he fell from a cliff in Co Clare this...

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Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa commemoration kicks off Easter Rising centenary season

The first of more than 40 events to mark the Easter Rising has taken place with the commemoration 100 years...

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Former Town Councillor to appeal corrupt payments conviction

It has been reported this morning that a former Town Councillor for Dungarvan has moved to appeal his conviction for...

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RSA: Tired drivers cause 20% of road fatalities

The Road Safety Authority says as many as one in five fatalities on the roads are caused by driver fatigue....

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President and Taoiseach to lead O’Donovan Rossa commemoration

President Michael D Higgins will lead the state commemoration of the funeral of Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa this morning.The event, which...

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Ruling allows staff on long-term sick leave to build up annual leave

Staff who are on long-term sick leave will be able to build up annual leave from work, from today.It follows...

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SUSI expecting 110,000 grant applications this year

Midnight is the deadline for third-level student grant applications.The grant awarding body, SUSI, is advising students to apply immediately, to...

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Minister to monitor new cycling offences in force today

New fines come into effect today for cyclists who carry out seven offences.The new system is designed to promote safe...

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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...

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Minister Howlin signs €498.2m deal in EU funding for the South East

Wexford Minister Brendan Howlin with Regional Policy Commissioner, Corina Cretu, at the signing for  EU funding in Brussels today.
Minister Brendan Howlin, T.D., met European Commissioner for Regional Policy, Corina Creţu, in Brussels today to sign the €498.2 m...

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Enniscorthy on alert as flooding continues

Flooding at Enniscorthy this morning.
Flooding continues  at Enniscorthy following heavy over night rain has caused the River Slaney to burst its banks. Gardai, the...

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Dublin murder victim will be buried in Gorey tomorrow

St. Michael's Cemetery, Gorey, where Andy Connors will be laid to rest tomorrow afternoon.
ANDY CONNORS, (45), settled traveller and criminal, and father of six, who was shot a number of times when a masked...

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Death of legendary Wexford hurling star Tim Flood

Tim Flood
The Funeral Mass of legendary Wexford hurling star, Tim Flood, (87), will take place at St. Clement’s Church, Cloughbawn, on...

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Enniscorthy power supply back to normal after 2.5 hours of darkness

Enniscorthy is in darkness tonight after hundreds of people and local businesses were left without power from shortly after 10.30 pm.
Power has been restored to thousands of homes and businesses in Enniscorthy  at 12.50 am. Thousands of homes and a...

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Scene is set for the world sheep shearing championships at Gorey

The Willoughby Brothers and X Factor star, Mary Byrne, have entertained a large attendance in the ICM Sheep Shearing Dome...

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