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Coveney happy at the direction of Brexit negotiations on Irish issues - Irish Times;

Coveney happy at the direction of Brexit negotiations on Irish issues - Irish Times

Irish TimesCoveney happy at the direction of Brexit negotiations on Irish issuesIrish TimesMinister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has expressed satisfaction at the direction of negotiations between Britain and the European Union over Ireland's specific issues. Speaking in London after meetings about Brexit with academics, diplomats and ...Key agencies department leading Brexit preparations fill just 17 of 70 positionsBreakingNews.ieFailed Brexit talks would have "serious political implications" for Northern IrelandNewstalk 106-108 fmFailed Brexit Negotiations Would Have "Widespread And Damaging Consequences"TodayFMBelfast Telegraph -Sunday Business Post -Irish Echo -Donegal Nowall 26 news articles »

More than 1500 dogs 'destroyed' in Irish dog pounds last year - Irish Times;

More than 1500 dogs 'destroyed' in Irish dog pounds last year - Irish Times

Irish TimesMore than 1500 dogs 'destroyed' in Irish dog pounds last yearIrish TimesMore than 1,500 dogs were destroyed in dog pounds around Ireland last year, an average of four a day, Department of the Environment figures show. A total of 12,549 dogs went into pounds last year, a 4 per cent decrease on the total for 2015, and the ...More than 1500 dogs put down in 2016, figures showIndependent.ieMore than 1500 dogs were put down last year in dog poundsBuzz.ieall 4 news articles »

Gardaí charge man (29) in relation to murder of 'one in a million' dad-of-three - Independent.ie;

Gardaí charge man (29) in relation to murder of 'one in a million' dad-of-three - Independent.ie

Independent.ieGardaí charge man (29) in relation to murder of 'one in a million' dad-of-threeIndependent.ieGardaí have charged a man in relation to the murder of a Dublin dad-of-three. Dermot Byrne (56), a director of Intercontinental, a wholesale bicycle company based in Finglas, is understood to have been the innocent victim of a street assault. He was ...Man, 29, charged in connection with murder of dad-of-three Dermot ByrneIrish MirrorMan in his 20s charged in relation to death of Dermot Byrne in Swordsthejournal.ieMan charged with murder over Dublin deathRTE.ieThe Irish Sunall 8 news articles »

Review of McCabe abuse claims ordered due to 'media maelstrom' - Irish Times;

Review of McCabe abuse claims ordered due to 'media maelstrom' - Irish Times

Irish TimesReview of McCabe abuse claims ordered due to 'media maelstrom'Irish TimesA Garda superintendent recommended that a 2006 child sex abuse investigation into Sgt Maurice McCabe be reviewed in 2014 because of the “media maelstrom” around him. Supt Leo McGinn told the Disclosures Tribunal he took up duties in Bailieboro in ...Top garda wanted McCabe sex assault complaint re-investigated - tribunal hearsIndependent.ieMcCabe 'confronted' over Ms D allegationsRTE.ieGarda denies ignoring McCabe letter in order to 'trigger an earthquake in the HSE'thejournal.ieNewstalk 106-108 fm -TodayFM -Kfm Radioall 10 news articles »

Man arrested at Dublin Airport after €650k drug seizure - RTE.ie;

Man arrested at Dublin Airport after €650k drug seizure - RTE.ie

RTE.ieMan arrested at Dublin Airport after €650k drug seizureRTE.ieA man in his 40s has been arrested at Dublin Airport following the seizure of drugs worth an estimated €650,000. In an intelligence-led operation, Revenue officers stopped the UK national who had arrived in Dublin on a flight from the Spanish city of ...Revenue officers arrest UK national 'in possession of almost 5kg of drugs' at Dublin AirportIndependent.ie€650000 worth of heroin and cocaine seized at Dublin Airportthejournal.ie€650000 worth of heroin and cocaine has been seized at Dublin AirportBuzz.ieall 5 news articles »

Group of Irish medical students injured in road accident in Malawi - Independent.ie;

Group of Irish medical students injured in road accident in Malawi - Independent.ie

Independent.ieGroup of Irish medical students injured in road accident in MalawiIndependent.ieA group of nine Irish students have been involved in a road accident in Malawi. The accident happened in northern Malawi between 11am and 12pm today Irish time. It is understood that they are medical students who have been on a placement in Zambia for ...Nine Irish medical students injured in Malawi crashIrish Mirror9 Irish medical students involved in a road accident in MalawiIrish ExaminerBREAKING: Nine Irish students involved in road accidentTV3.iethejournal.ie -The Irish Sunall 6 news articles »

Doctor accused of murder of three-year-old son too sick to attend court hearing - Independent.ie;

Doctor accused of murder of three-year-old son too sick to attend court hearing - Independent.ie

Independent.ieDoctor accused of murder of three-year-old son too sick to attend court hearingIndependent.ieA DOCTOR charged with the murder of her three-year-old son in Dublin was too sick to attend a court hearing today. GP Maha Al-Adheem, 42, was due to face her second hearing at Dublin District Court having been remanded in custody last week. When the ...Doctor accused of murdering son too sick to attend courtIrish Times#Saint John of Godthejournal.ieOmar Omran's mother was too sick to attend second court hearingSHEmazingall 4 news articles »

Rainfall warning for west and southwest with up to 50mm expected - Irish Times;

Rainfall warning for west and southwest with up to 50mm expected - Irish Times

Irish TimesRainfall warning for west and southwest with up to 50mm expectedIrish TimesMet Éireann has issued a yellow rainfall warning for the west and southwest of the country, valid from 9pm Thursday to 9pm Friday. Co Galway, Co Mayo, Co Clare and Co Kerry will see thundery rain and possible rainfall levels of between 30mm and 50mm.Irish weather: Met Eireann issues rainfall weather warning for these four countiesIrish MirrorMet Éireann issue weather warning for four countiesJOEUp to 50mm of rain expected along the west coastAgrilandHer.ie -Irish Farmers Journal -Clare FM -The Irish Sunall 8 news articles »

The voices of children living in Direct Provision are finally heard: Ombudsman - Irish Examiner;

The voices of children living in Direct Provision are finally heard: Ombudsman - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerThe voices of children living in Direct Provision are finally heard: OmbudsmanIrish ExaminerUpdate 8pm: The Ombudsman for Children, Dr Niall Muldoon, has welcomed the publication today of a consultation with children and young people living in Direct Provision. The consultation was conducted by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs in ...'Men look creepy at you' - Children describe feeling 'unsafe' and 'unhappy' in direct provision centresIndependent.ieMen 'look creepy at you' - children in direct provision speak outIrish TimesChildren describe feeling 'unsafe' in Direct Provision centres - reportRTE.ieTodayFM -Her.ie -Irish Health -Kfm Radioall 17 news articles »

'We've had 500 outages over last 24 hours' - ESB 'on alert' post-storm as crews continue to restore electricity - Independent.ie;

'We've had 500 outages over last 24 hours' - ESB 'on alert' post-storm as crews continue to restore electricity - Independent.ie

Independent.ie'We've had 500 outages over last 24 hours' - ESB 'on alert' post-storm as crews continue to restore electricityIndependent.ieThe ESB network has suffered 500 outages over the last 24 hours, after thunder and lightning storms ravaged parts of the country overnight. Met Éireann issued a thunder warning to a total of 12 counties last night, and today extended a status yellow ...Yellow weather warning issued with risk of floods and thunderIrish TimesPower outages in Cork after thunder and lightning last nightthejournal.ieall 5 news articles »

Call for Irish in Britain to have vote in EU elections after Brexit - Irish Times;

Call for Irish in Britain to have vote in EU elections after Brexit - Irish Times

Irish TimesCall for Irish in Britain to have vote in EU elections after BrexitIrish TimesIrish citizens in Britain should be allowed to vote in European Parliament elections after Brexit, Dublin MEP Brian Hayes has told a meeting in London. Mr Hayes said anyone living in Britain who had been on the Irish electoral register during the ...Derry woman's husband refused visa because she refuses to say she is BritishIrish MirrorCoveney cites Brexit as thousands more passports issuedRTE.ieOver 500000 passports issued in the first half of 2017thejournal.ieBalls.ie -The Guardian -Business Insider -Belfast Telegraphall 17 news articles »

Ferry crew 'were not trained to rescue people who fell into sea on Aran Islands' - thejournal.ie;

Ferry crew 'were not trained to rescue people who fell into sea on Aran Islands' - thejournal.ie

thejournal.ieFerry crew 'were not trained to rescue people who fell into sea on Aran Islands'thejournal.ieA report from the Marine Casualty Investigation Board found that the two people would not have been rescued without the help of bystanders. By Ceimin Burke Wednesday 19 Jul 2017, 6:31 PM. 8 minutes ago 2 Views No Comments. http://jrnl.ie/3504494.Call for improved safety after incident in which two people fell off Inis Oírr pierRTE.ieSafety Management Issues At Inis Oírr Pier Raised In MCIB ReportAfloatNew safety measures sought after pair fell into sea disembarking ferryBelfast Telegraphall 4 news articles »

Man arrested after Garda operation at Dublin train station - Irish Times;

Man arrested after Garda operation at Dublin train station - Irish Times

Irish TimesMan arrested after Garda operation at Dublin train stationIrish TimesA man in his 20s has been arrested during a Garda operation at Connolly train station in Dublin. He was removed from the 15.20 Enterprise service to Belfast by gardaí and arrested on the platform, one witness said. A spokesman for Iarnród Éireann ...Man arrested and gun seized at Connolly StationIndependent.ieMan arrested with gun at Connolly StationIrish MirrorArmed gardaí arrest man who boarded Dublin to Belfast train with gunthejournal.ieBreakingNews.ie -Sunday World -TV3.ie -Belfast Newsletterall 13 news articles »

Top garda said McCabe became thorn in his side following probe of sex assault claims - Independent.ie;

Top garda said McCabe became thorn in his side following probe of sex assault claims - Independent.ie

Independent.ieTop garda said McCabe became thorn in his side following probe of sex assault claimsIndependent.ieThe senior garda who investigated an allegation of sexual assault against Sgt Maurice McCabe said the whistleblower later became a thorn in his side. Supt Noel Cunningham told the Disclosures Tribunal he believed Sgt McCabe “had an input” into a series ...McCabe complained about garda who attended suicide scene after pub - Tribunal toldIrish TimesCharleton Tribunal: Maurice McCabe no longer trusted anybody after complaint against himBreakingNews.ieSuperintendent tells tribunal he had no difficulty with Maurice McCabeNewstalk 106-108 fmAppsforPCdaily -ClickLancashireall 8 news articles »

Mediation Bill to go back to Dáil after Government loses Seanad vote - RTE.ie;

Mediation Bill to go back to Dáil after Government loses Seanad vote - RTE.ie

RTE.ieMediation Bill to go back to Dáil after Government loses Seanad voteRTE.ieThe Department of Justice has clarified that there will be no need for an early recall of the Dáil after the Government lost a vote in the Seanad this afternoon. Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan had earlier warned Senators that the Dáil may have ...Government's Mediation Bill delayed after Seanad adds amendmentBreakingNews.ieall 2 news articles »

Clonguish GAA pay tribute to teenage player who drowned while swimming with friends in Tarmonbarry - Independent.ie;

Clonguish GAA pay tribute to teenage player who drowned while swimming with friends in Tarmonbarry - Independent.ie

Independent.ieClonguish GAA pay tribute to teenage player who drowned while swimming with friends in TarmonbarryIndependent.ieClonguish GAA club have paid tribute to teenager Damola Adetosoye (17) who drowned on Tuesday after getting into trouble while swimming with friends in a harbour on the River Shannon. The tragic incident happened shortly after 5pm yesterday at Tarmon ...School pays tribute to 'very talented' teenager who lost his life while swimming in ShannonIrish ExaminerTeen who drowned was 'a powerful, respectful' soccer playerIrish TimesSupports opened for friends of tragic Longford teenagerNewstalk 106-108 fmIrish Mirror -thejournal.ie -RTE.ie -Herald.ieall 44 news articles »

Spanish student (18) 'repeatedly raped' by man after 'chance encounter' on Liffey boardwalk - Independent.ie;

Spanish student (18) 'repeatedly raped' by man after 'chance encounter' on Liffey boardwalk - Independent.ie

Independent.ieSpanish student (18) 'repeatedly raped' by man after 'chance encounter' on Liffey boardwalkIndependent.ieGardai are investigating a case of rape and false imprisonment that allegedly happened close to Dublin city over both Saturday and Sunday. A 24-year-old man was arrested and questioned by gardai after a distressed 18-year-old woman raised the alarm.Spanish student (18) 'tied up and raped' in tent over two days in DublinIrish TimesSpanish teenage student allegedly raped and held captive by man near Sandymount Strand in DublinIrish MirrorSpanish student raped and falsely imprisoned in DublinRTE.ieBreakingNews.ie -Newstalk 106-108 fm -Dublin Live -SHEmazingall 17 news articles »

Brexit may hasten united Ireland, says Pearse Doherty - Irish Times;

Brexit may hasten united Ireland, says Pearse Doherty - Irish Times

Irish TimesBrexit may hasten united Ireland, says Pearse DohertyIrish TimesOne of the unforeseen consequences of Brexit is that it has put the issue of Irish unity on the political agenda, Sinn Féin TD Pearse Doherty told the MacGill Summer School on Wednesday. Mr Doherty, during discussion of the impact of Brexit on Border ...and more »