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Ibrahim Halawa, the 21-yr-old who was thrown in jail after the Muslim Brotherhood protests in Cairo in 2013 was released from prison late last evening.
According to reports this morning and man is in critical condition in hospital after he was seriously injured in a road traffic incident in
Met Eireann claims Ireland will get very heavy rain and strong wind throughout Friday and Saturday with western areas expected to bare the brunt
The Pro Life Campaign has said the Oireachtas Committee on abortion is turning more and more into a pantomime. They were responding to tonight’s vote
Hundreds of people across Ireland have taken to social media to voice their concern about mysterious calls they received today.
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Image: Eamonn Campbell Facebook page
According to various Dubliner Facebook pages this morning, the legendary Eamonn Campbell of the Dubliner’s has sadly died aged
U.S President Donald Trump’s administration has defined life as beginning at conception in a Strategic Plan for the years 2018-2022.
The move which is
Gardaí in Cobh Co Cork have issued an appeal to the public for their assistance after a young girl was left hospitalised following a
Missing since April 2017, David O’SullivanA sighting of missing person David O’Sullivan has been reported as ‘not credible’.
Concerns are growing for David, 25, who
One of the country’s biggest airline companies Aer Lingus has announced plans to hire 100 new pilots at its Dublin base.
Aer Lingus say the
In yet another massive blow for the EU, the Austrian general election has put the balance of power in the country firmly in the
Hurricane Ophelia came and did her worst – sadly claiming three lives in the process, but today things are looking back to normal weather-wise.
The country’s train services have resumed this morning after workers at Iarnród Éireann worked through the night to clear obstructions on rail lines across the
Storm Ophelia may have battered most of the country on Monday wreaking havoc ans destruction within its path, but it seems the powerful storm is
Rescue services in Co Wexford have confirmed that three men have been rescued from a yacht which got caught up in the high winds
As more revelations emerge regarding the sexual improprieties of major Hollywood Mogul Harvey Weinstein, accusations made by famous child actor Cory Feldman are getting
The ESB have confirmed that at least 360,000 homes are without power and may be without power for some 5 to 10 days.
Christmas is almost upon us and as we all know the festive season normally sees us adults enjoying ourselves over indulging in booze and
Ibrahim Halawa, the 21-yr-old who was thrown in jail after the Muslim Brotherhood protests in Cairo in 2013 has been released from prison.
The country yet again looks like it will be battered by high winds over the coming days ahead as storm Brian is set to
Mater Hospital Consultant Psychiatrist, Patricia Casey has said she is “unwilling to participate in a process that is so deeply imbalanced in respect of
The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has issued a stark warning to the country’s leading banks in relation to the persistent overcharging of customers in recent
According to various Dubliner Facebook pages, the legendary Eamonn Campbell of the Dubliner’s has sadly died aged 70 surrounded by his family.
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At least five people have been shot, three said to be deceased after a workman opened fire on his workmates this afternoon in a
By Eamon Delaney
Well, we can’t say we weren’t warned. The budget was so flagged in advance that we knew the gist of
Gardai in Co Sligo have issued an appeal to the public for their assistance in order to trace the whereabouts of a 34-year-old woman
Ophelia might have just said goodbye to our shores but it looks like her friend Brian is coming to say hello.
Met Eireann are
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Both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland discovered their fates today in terms of overcoming the final hurdle on
The Cabinet have reportedly scheduled a special meeting for later this morning which will see a number of Ministers in attendance.
It is expected the
Hurricane Ophelia may have thankfully passed through most counties but emergency services are advising people to be extra vigilant if they have to go
The telecommunications company Eir has confirmed this evening that there are current over 11,000 customers nationwide without phone, mobile phone and broadband services due
Hurricane Ophelia has claimed yet another life in Co Louth.
A tree fell on a man’s car in the Ravensdale area, north of Dundalk.
The death toll from storm Ophelia has risen to two after a man aged in his 30s was killed in Co Tipperary.
According to reports
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A transgender woman has appeared in court this week charged with the rape and indecent assault of a 10 year old girl
Gardaí in Co Offaly have confirmed they have arrested a 34 year old man following the discovery of €1 million worth of on Wednesday.
There was more sad news announced today as a homeless man has sadly died over the past 24 hours.
According to reports the man
According to latest figures published by the Central Statistics Office the number of stay at home fathers has risen sharply over the past ten years.
There are currently 78,000 customers across the country still without power this morning following storm Ophelia the ESB has confirmed.
In a statement late
With the winter season upon us, the gritters are already getting serviced, fueled up and ready for when they’re needed.
Gritters are geared up
The Department of Foreign Affairs have confirmed in the past hour that an Irishman has tragically died in the Maldives.
It is understood the
A Maltese journalist who was instrumental in exposing the so called “Panama Papers” which refers over 11 million leaked financial documents that were taken
Eir customers have been urged not to open or respond to any suspicious emails they recieve as the telecommunications comapny has become the subject
The operator behind Dublin’s Luas service has confirmed all services will be resumed tonight.
In a statement issued earlier this evening Transdev, said all services
One of the country’s leading health insurance companies Irish Life Health have issued an apology to some of its customers today after they were wrongfully
Members or the Liberal team spoke to various people in Drogheda this morning who confirmed to them that two men rescued yesterday in the
Over 295,000 homes and businesses are still without power this morning the ESB have revealed.
The company who have now confirmed that they will be
It really does beggar belief, but unbelievably emergency rescue crews were forced to save several people from drowning after they (obviously) got into severe difficulty
Emergency services were deployed to both Galway and Louth today after windsurfers decided to ignore warnings and take to the seas.
A total of
With the amount of fallen trees and blocked roads – the Department of Education have just confirmed that all schools will be closed again