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'I'll sack Byrne if she doesn't support Housing Minister' - Varadkar -

Minister of State Catherine Byrne has told ministerial colleagues she is considering supporting or abstaining on a motion of no confidence in Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy. Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. Philip Ryan ...

School evacuates, road closes after sinkhole opens up in GAA grounds -

Shocking photographs have emerged of a sinkhole in the GAA grounds at Magheracloone, Co Monaghan. The local national school has undergone an evacuation and sent an urgent message to parents to collect their children "as soon as possible".

Don't Assume Trump Will Fire Rosenstein — Or That He Won't - FiveThirtyEight

The odds that President Trump forces out Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein have increased, I think, because Trump may now have the grounds to fire Rosenstein for insubordination and disloyalty. The New York Times reported last week that ...

Senate Democrats Investigate a New Allegation of Sexual Misconduct, from Brett Kavanaugh's College Years - The New Yorker

As Senate Republicans press for a swift vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, Senate Democrats are investigating a new allegation of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh. The claim dates to the 1983-84 ...

Gardaí begin door-to-door enquiries in Kerry Babies case -

By Anne Lucey. Gardaí are beginning house-to-house enquiries on Valentia Island, Co. Kerry this morning in relation to the death of the Kerry baby, also known as Baby John. These are the first door-to-door inquiries in 34 years in the cold case of the ...and more »

Gemma O'Doherty Confident Of Laois Presidential Vote - Midlands103

Gemma O'Doherty says she is confident she'll receive her first nomination from Laois County Council to run for Presidency today. In a Facebook post, the journalist says she has been assured that members Laois of Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael won't block ...and more »

Two men charged with money laundering after detectives seize €2m in crime proceeds -

Two men have been charged with money laundering offences after detectives investigating the activities of organised crime gangs seized €2 million in crime proceeds. Glenn Power (29) and Bernard Joyce (44) are alleged to have been found with the money ...and more »

Northern Ireland at centre of Brexit conundrum -

A nervous White House official tip-toes into the Oval Office where Donald Trump is watching Fox News. "Mister President" he says. "It has been confirmed that Hurricane Ellie is fast approaching. What should we do?" Without lifting an eye from the ...

Pay Rises Of €3000 To Be Accorded To 60000 Public Servants. - Kfm Radio

Around 60,000 public servants recruited since the crash are expected to get pay rises of more than 3,000 euro a year under a new plan. The deal proposed to unions would end the two tier pay system that has been in place for new entrants since 2011.

Dublin and Ireland South to gain extra European Parliament seats -

The European Parliament constituencies of Dublin and Ireland South look set to gain an extra seat, following the publication of a new report. The recommendations from the 'European Parliament Constituency Committee' will now be drafted into legislation ...