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Police in the US have launched an investigation after a one year old child was left in critical condition in hospital after his mother ran
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According to reports in Spain a two year old boy in critical condition in hospital after being pulled
According to reports in the US the legendary boxer Jake LaMotta has sadly passed away aged 95.
LaMotta who was portrayed
The upwards trend of road deaths continues, as a motorcyclist has died in a collision with a car.
The incident happened on the N81
Torrential rain throughout the day has prompted the national forecaster to issue a yellow rainfall warning for almost half the country.
The warning is
The Italian football club of Juventus is mourning this week after a promising future star sadly died whilst playing for one
Octopuses are a fascinating species that ranks amongst the most mysterious and intelligent of all invertebrates.
They are also loners, preferring to spend their
Skeletal remains washed ashore in the Fanore area of County Clare earlier today.
The remains were spotted by walkers, who reported the finding to
An independent politician from Donegal has begun a hunger strike outside the Dail, in a bid to force Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and the Oireachtas
If your lifelong, unfulfilled dream has always been to appear in a Star Wars movie, dream no more.
Elite Casting has put out a
Ryanair has offered its pilots a whopping €12k just to give up their annual leave and return to work.
The idea is that the
The Cabinet is set to formally reconvene this morning after taking two months off for summer holidays.
Amongst the agenda for those returning to the
Budget airline Ryanair is facing a compensation bill of up to €30m as a result of the recent flight cancellation issue.
The company’s unexpected
It looks like we could be in for a warm end to September as Met Eireann have revealed temperatures are to rise to the high
Ibrahim Halawa’s verdict on his involvement in the Muslim brotherhood protests and conspiracy for murder has been found as not guilty. In
Blanchardstown in West Dublin could be about to get a massive new Mosque.
A submission has been made to Fingal County Council for planning
Gardaí in Co Donegal have issued an appeal to the public for their assistance in order to trace the whereabouts of missing man Jerry O’Donnell.
Authorities in Mexico have now confirmed that at least 230 people have now been killed following an earthquake on Tuesday afternoon.
Hurricane Maria has caused major damage around Puerto Rico, after the weather front made landfall near Yabucoa, on the southwest coast of the island
Ryanair employees have overwhelmingly rejected the company’s offer of bonus payments of €12,000.
According to RTE News staff at the low cost airliner have have
The invasion of Irish homes by giant spiders seeking warmer temperatures is about to get worse.
Recent downfalls have resulted in more and more
The best known sports commentator ever to see these shores, “The memory man” Jimmy Magee has sadly died aged 82.
Magee was known for
There was yet another lotto win in Ireland this week as one lucky punter scooped the top prize in last night’s EuroMillions Plus draw.
At least 100 hundred people have been killed after a powerful earthquake struck central Mexico on Tuesday.
According to reports millions
The tax payer looks set to fly Ibrahim Halawa back to Ireland first class in luxury after the government announced it may well sent
The towns of Drogheda and Greystones are the latest areas to have become rent pressure zones.
The news comes after the Minister for Housing
Ryanair is currently embroiled in a disastrous mess of cancelled flights affecting an estimated 350,000 people Europe-wide.
According to the airline, the cancellations are
Unsurprisingly, U.S President Donald Trump is on the receiving end of harsh criticism for re-tweeting a spliced video designed to make it look as
Gardaí have launched a murder investigation this morning after a man was shot dead in Tallaght last night.
It is understood the man, aged in
The Commission for Aviation Regulation will convene soon, in an attempt to deal with the fallout caused by Ryanair’s sudden cancellation of hundreds of
Earlier today, Ibrahim Halawa’s verdict on his involvement in the Muslim brotherhood protests and conspiracy for murder has been found as not guilty.
Ryanair have announced a full list of the flights that are cancelled up until Wednesday 20th September.
The airline have plans to cancel 40-50
You would never know to look at the left wing media in this country that the majority of the public is actually strongly with
There was another tragedy on Irish roads this past weekend as a man aged in his 20s sadly died following a road accident in Co.
Electricity Bills could soon be less expensive or more costly for costumers after The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) announced that Smart electricity meters will
Germany has yet again seen another atrocity committed against a young girl by migrants. A 16-year-old girl in a Bavarian town, near Munich, was
There was some good news announced earlier this afternoon as Gardaí in Co Tipperary confirmed that an experienced hillwalker who went missing in the Galtee
The death toll has risen to at least 215 in the aftermath of the 7.1-magnitude quake that struck Mexico yesterday.
The epicentre was pinpointed
The government’s concern about the out-of-control homeless crisis or hospital waiting crisis seems to be playing second fiddle to Ibrahim Halawa’s plight out in
Gardai in Dublin are continuing their investigation this morning into what exactly caused a fire at a flat which seen four people hospitalised on
The world could only listen in disbelief today, as Donald Trump openly threatened North Korea with total destruction in front of an audience of
There are reports this evening that a man has died as a result of a farming accident in Wexford today.
The man, reportedly in
Gardaí in Co Wexford have sadly confirmed that a man has sadly died following an incident on a farm.
According to RTE it is believed
Warm but somewhat unsettled weather conditions are set to become predominant over the next few days in Ireland.
A band of rain approaching from
Michael O’Leary has confirmed that there will be around 50 flights a day cancelled for the next six weeks.
He apologised for the inconvenience caused
A man in his 20s has been left fighting for his life in hospital, after a shooting incident in the Tallaght area of Dublin
Fianna Fáil have urged the Fine Gael led Government to put more effort into addressing the current health and homeless crisis.
The party who have
Michael O’Leary has confirmed that there will be around 50 flights a day cancelled for the next six weeks. He apologised for the inconvenience
An Irishman in his 70s has reportedly died in a road crash in Spain.
It is understood that the man was riding a motorbike
There was good news for the Fine Gael party this party weekend as a new poll has revealed they are still the most favoured party