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Gardaí charge man in connection with robbery in Dublin - BreakingNews.ie;

Gardaí charge man in connection with robbery in Dublin - BreakingNews.ie

BreakingNews.ieGardaí charge man in connection with robbery in DublinBreakingNews.ieGardaí investigating a robbery in Balrothery, Co Dublin, on Saturday have charged a 44-year-old man. A man entered a commercial premises in Balrothery at around 9.20pm on Saturday night, demanded cash and threatened a female member of staff.and more »

Scoil Naithí primary school in Dublin closed after fire - Irish Times;

Scoil Naithí primary school in Dublin closed after fire - Irish Times

Irish TimesScoil Naithí primary school in Dublin closed after fireIrish TimesA primary school in south Dublin has been damaged in an overnight fire. Four units of Dublin Fire Brigade were called to Scoil Naithí primary school on Stone Mason's Way in Ballinteer after a fire was reported at around 4am. The fire brigade fought the ...Man hospitalised and cars damaged after early morning brawl in housing estateIrish IndependentDublin primary school badly damaged in early morning firethejournal.ieDublin Fire brigade tackled a fire at Dublin primary school this morningHer.ieThe Irish Sun -Dublin Live -Lovin Dublinall 8 news articles »

Man dies after crash on major Co Down commuter route - Irish Mirror;

Man dies after crash on major Co Down commuter route - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorMan dies after crash on major Co Down commuter routeIrish MirrorA man has died after a crash on a major Irish commuter route this morning. The single vehicle crash on the A2 Belfast to Bangor Road in Co Down happened shortly before 2.15am close to Ballyrobert, reports Belfast Live . Emergency services were called ...Man dies in crash on Bangor to Belfast RoadBBC NewsMan killed in A2 dual carriageway crashBelfast TelegraphMan dies in road accident on A2 near Ballyrobertthe Irish Newsall 7 news articles »

SIPTU ballot hospital support staff for strike action - Newstalk 106-108 fm;

SIPTU ballot hospital support staff for strike action - Newstalk 106-108 fm

Newstalk 106-108 fmSIPTU ballot hospital support staff for strike actionNewstalk 106-108 fmHealth representatives belonging to the SIPTU trade union are being balloted for strike action in selected hospitals. The dispute, involving support staff, concerns breaches of the national public service agreements - and their exclusion from ...and more »

Gardaí concerned for welfare of missing 50-year-old - thejournal.ie;

Gardaí concerned for welfare of missing 50-year-old - thejournal.ie

thejournal.ieGardaí concerned for welfare of missing 50-year-oldthejournal.ieGARDAÍ HAVE APPEALED for the public's help in locating a man who went missing over the weekend. Edward Canavan (50) went missing from his home at Coolnasneachta, Myshall, Carlow on Saturday morning at about 9am. It is believed he left his home ...Gardaí search for missing man Edward CanavanIrish ExaminerConcerns raised for man who vanished from his Co Carlow homeIrish IndependentGardai appeal for information on missing Carlow man gone since Saturday morningIrish MirrorKCLR96FM.comall 6 news articles »

Pictured: Convicted tax cheat and alleged former IRA chief serves out remainder of sentence in open prison - Irish Independent;

Pictured: Convicted tax cheat and alleged former IRA chief serves out remainder of sentence in open prison - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentPictured: Convicted tax cheat and alleged former IRA chief serves out remainder of sentence in open prisonIrish IndependentConvicted tax cheat and the alleged former IRA chief of staff Thomas 'Slab' Murphy will serve out the remainder of his 18 month sentence in open prison 'Loughan House'. Share. Email. Go To. Comments. A tracksuit-clad Murphy (67) was pictured walking in ...Border bandit Slab enjoys stroll in open prison ahead of release in AprilSunday Worldall 2 news articles »

DPD expands sorting hub in Athlone creating jobs - Irish Examiner;

DPD expands sorting hub in Athlone creating jobs - Irish Examiner

RTE.ieDPD expands sorting hub in Athlone creating jobsIrish ExaminerDPD today opens a €13m expansion to its sorting hub in Athlone, doubling its size and dramatically increasing its capacity. Two hundred new jobs were announced by the company in 2015. Unable to play media. ie_inarticle. source: Embed code. Size:.Courier company to open expanded Athlone facilityRTE.ieall 2 news articles »

Hunt for brutal rapist goes on after DNA tests rule out three suspects - Herald.ie;

Hunt for brutal rapist goes on after DNA tests rule out three suspects - Herald.ie

Herald.ieHunt for brutal rapist goes on after DNA tests rule out three suspectsHerald.ieGardai investigating the rape of a young mother in west Dublin are still hunting for the attacker after three chief suspects were ruled out following DNA tests. It is understood that officers will use the recently set-up DNA database in an attempt to ...Months after horror attack, DNA proves a rapist remains at large in DublinHer.ieall 2 news articles »

'I will always love you' - fiancee's moving tribute to murdered Neil - Herald.ie;

'I will always love you' - fiancee's moving tribute to murdered Neil - Herald.ie

Herald.ie'I will always love you' - fiancee's moving tribute to murdered NeilHerald.ieThe grieving fiancee of a man who was beaten up, stabbed and mown down by a car in west Dublin said she loves him "to the moon and back". Gina McAney left an emotional note to her fiance Neil Reilly (36) at the murder scene in Lucan. She paid a moving ...Heartbroken fiancee of murdered Neil Reilly: 'Love you to the moon and back. You're my person'Irish Mirror"Love you to the moon and back" - Murder victim's fiance pays heartfelt tribute to lost loveDublin Liveall 4 news articles »

Irish temperatures to plummet as low as -4C as 'severe frost' predicted tonight - Irish Mirror;

Irish temperatures to plummet as low as -4C as 'severe frost' predicted tonight - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorIrish temperatures to plummet as low as -4C as 'severe frost' predicted tonightIrish MirrorWrap up warm and stay by the fire tonight as temperatures could plummet as low as -4C. Although we've enjoyed milder weather over the past few days, there's set to be a sharp cold snap tonight. Met Eireann has warned that frost and fog could be in store.A mostly dry week in store for Irish farmsAgrilandIrish weather: Met Eireann warn that the cold snap is set to return tonight after mild week of weatherThe Irish Sunall 3 news articles »

Kenny's big plans for St Patrick's Day trade missions - Irish Independent;

Kenny's big plans for St Patrick's Day trade missions - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentKenny's big plans for St Patrick's Day trade missionsIrish IndependentTaoiseach Enda Kenny has told Fine Gael ministers to prepare for a vastly expanded programme of St Patrick's Day trade missions as part of a fresh attempt to lure businesses to Ireland in the wake of Brexit. Share ...Brexit: A messy divorce destined to derail Ireland's economySunday Business Postall 4 news articles »

Opening the market will benefit passengers but not Bus Eireann - Irish Independent;

Opening the market will benefit passengers but not Bus Eireann - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentOpening the market will benefit passengers but not Bus EireannIrish Independent'If Bus Eireann is in trouble for €6m to €8m on 23 contested Expressway routes, has this implications for the annual subsidy of €40m on routes awarded without competitive tendering?' Photo: Maxwell Photography. A bizarre aspect of the Bus Eireann ...and more »

Firefighters called after mobile homes burst into flames - Irish Independent;

Firefighters called after mobile homes burst into flames - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentFirefighters called after mobile homes burst into flamesIrish IndependentTwo mobile homes burst into flames at a popular Dublin caravan park overnight, firefighters have confirmed. Share. Email. Go To. Comments. It was just one of a number of incidents dealt with by Dublin Fire Brgade during a busy Friday night. Overnight 3 ...Dublin Fire Brigade tackled a fire in two caravans last nightthejournal.ieDublin Fire Brigade called to horror blaze after mobile homes burst into flamesDublin LiveDublin Fire Brigade Have Issued This Appeal After Attending To A Case Of HypothermiaLovin Dublinall 4 news articles »

Kinahan mob feared to have waded into Scotland's gangland turf war - as hoods connected to gang arrive in Glasgow - The Irish Sun;

Kinahan mob feared to have waded into Scotland's gangland turf war - as hoods connected to gang arrive in Glasgow - The Irish Sun

The Irish SunKinahan mob feared to have waded into Scotland's gangland turf war - as hoods connected to gang arrive in GlasgowThe Irish SunTHE Kinahan mob is feared to have waded into a fresh gangland turf war — in Glasgow. Feared hoods connected to the Dublin cartel arrived in the Scottish city on Friday in the wake of a botched gun hit on a local mobster. Mob boss Christy Kinahan.Irish mob chiefs wade into Scotland's gangland warSunday WorldGangland shooting victim flies to Spain after failed school hitSTV NewsIrish mob chiefs 'wade into Scotland's gangland war' in the wake of pram pusher's botched gun hitThe SunGlasgow Evening Times -Scottish Daily Record -The Scottish Sun -Glasgow Liveall 13 news articles »

'It's the lifeblood of the community': Protest as rural post office to shut next week - thejournal.ie;

'It's the lifeblood of the community': Protest as rural post office to shut next week - thejournal.ie

thejournal.ie'It's the lifeblood of the community': Protest as rural post office to shut next weekthejournal.ieA RURAL POST office in Wicklow is just one of hundreds which are facing closure across Ireland. Like many, the demise of the Laragh/Glendalough premises has been lamented by locals who consider it to be a communal hub, a place where friends of certain ...Public demonstration at closing of Laragh Post Office takes place todayWicklowNews.Netall 2 news articles »

First poll of 2017 brings good news for Fianna Fáil - Irish Examiner;

First poll of 2017 brings good news for Fianna Fáil - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerFirst poll of 2017 brings good news for Fianna FáilIrish ExaminerFianna Fáil have opened up a six-point lead on Fine Gael in the first opinion poll of the year. The poll by 'Behaviour and Attitudes' also sees a major rise in support for unaligned independents. The first poll of 2017 shows Fianna Fáil unchanged on 29 ...Support for Fine Gael drops, opinion poll suggestsRTE.ieFianna Fáil open up six-point lead on Fine Gael in first...Newstalk 106-108 fmall 3 news articles »

Manhunt underway after female staff member slashed during jewellery shop raid - Irish Independent;

Manhunt underway after female staff member slashed during jewellery shop raid - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentManhunt underway after female staff member slashed during jewellery shop raidIrish IndependentThe robbery took place in The Diamond, Malahide and the raiders fled towards Malahide Castle. Picture: Google Maps. A manhunt is underway after two men raided a jewellery store in North Dublin and slashed a female staff member. Share. Email. Go To.Gardaí hunt for two men after woman injured in jewellery shop robberyIrish ExaminerWoman injured during robbery at Dublin jewellersRTE.ieManhunt underway after woman attacked in Malahide jewellery store robberyIrish MirrorThe Irish Sunall 6 news articles »

Drunk GAA fan drove a horse and cart down M1 - Irish Independent;

Drunk GAA fan drove a horse and cart down M1 - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentDrunk GAA fan drove a horse and cart down M1Irish IndependentA GAA fan was caught drunk driving a horse and carriage on a motorway on his way home from the All Ireland final. Share. Email. Go To. Comments. Christopher Gunning (58) was stopped by gardaí as he drove an antique Dutch carriage festooned with ...and more »

Bus Éireann refusing to rule out job losses while strikes loom - Irish Independent;

Bus Éireann refusing to rule out job losses while strikes loom - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentBus Éireann refusing to rule out job losses while strikes loomIrish IndependentBus Éireann is not ruling out compulsory redundancies as it draws up a cost-cutting plan to avoid going bust in 18 months. Share. Email. Go To. Comments. When asked whether it is considering mandatory job losses, a spokesperson told the Irish ...Bus Éireann may seek intervention of Labour CourtIrish Timesall 3 news articles »

If the border goes up, there's always a way around it - like the old days - Irish Independent;

If the border goes up, there's always a way around it - like the old days - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentIf the border goes up, there's always a way around it - like the old daysIrish IndependentThese have been lean years for criminals, since the addition of a colourless diesel marker currently hampering the smuggling of fuel. Gossip around the town has it that the IRA are offering 'a million' to the scientist who can come up with a way of ...Diarmaid Ferriter: Ireland must ensure it does not become pawn in British gameIrish TimesPSNI detective tells of fears over losing extradition deal with the Republic after BrexitBelfast Telegraphall 5 news articles »