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'All resources of a murder probe' assigned to body parts case

Irish Times - ‎12 minutes ago‎
The body parts are removed from the scene at the Thorntons Recycling plant on Kileen Road, Ballyfermot, this afternoon. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins.
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Toddler killed in Tipperary becomes latest child victim as road safety concerns rise

Irish Times - ‎20 minutes ago‎
The latest fatality comes as a detailed report on road safety in Ireland signalled “an alarming increase in the number of child, cyclist and pedestrian casualties”.

Evidence changed at stabbing inquest

Irish Times - ‎19 minutes ago‎
Det Insp Colm Murphy earlier told the court the principal suspect in the stabbing is now dead. Photograph: Collins. Gareth Naughton.
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Rainfall alert for bank holiday but sunny Monday expected

Irish Times
4 minutes ago
Written by
Genevieve Carbery
It looks like a bank holiday weekend for brollies rather than sunnies as Met Éireann has issued an orange level rainfall alert and warned of a flooding risk.
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Man 'pushed under bus on city quay during row'

Herald.ie - ‎8 hours ago‎
Scenes on Aston Quayafter a man was injured in a traffic accident involving a Dublin Bus. Photo: Collins Photos. By Cormac Murphy and Brian Byrne - 01 August 2014 12:00 AM.
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Lyons' victim happy as her sex attacker is back in jail

Herald.ie - ‎9 hours ago‎
The victim of the sex attack by aviation businessman Anthony Lyons has said she wants to put her three year ordeal behind her and try to forget the past.
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Helicopter crashes on way to pick up newly married couple

Irish Times - ‎1 hour ago‎
The pilot was on his way to a field in Kinnity to pick up a newly wedded couple when the helicopter crashed. Photograph: Micheal Coughlan.
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Dublin pub shows 'disdain and disgust' at Gaza violence through boycott of ...

Irish Independent - ‎3 hours ago‎
A Dublin pub yesterday announced its decision to boycott all Israeli-made goods in response to the Israeli occupation of Gaza. Share.

Pay and pension framework promised

Irish Examiner - ‎6 minutes ago‎
Jobs Minister Richard Bruton has promised a new framework for pay and pension agreements in the construction and other industries.

McDowell says Justice report shows 'serious deterioration'

Irish Times - ‎19 minutes ago‎
Former tánaiste Michael McDowell said he does not know how the reported “deferential attitude” to the Garda had developed. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons.
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Kerry Katona 'flees home' she shares with fiancé George Kay after he's detained ...

Mirror.co.uk
7 hours ago
Written by
Zoe Shenton
Distraught Kerry Katona has fled the Oxford home she shares with fiance George Kay to stay with her mum Sue. A neighbour said that the former Atomic Kitten singer was no longer at the £3,500-per-month, five-bedroom rented property in Chinnor, ...
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Climber dies in fall during Italian trek

Herald.ie - ‎9 hours ago‎
A 40-year-old climber from Cork died after a fall while climbing outside Rome in Italy. The man, who is a member of a well-known Cork business family, is believed to have suffered head and neck injuries in the accident.
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RNLI issues stern warning to boat users after third rescue in a week

Irish Examiner - ‎6 minutes ago‎
The RNLI has issued a third warning to boat users in just a week about the importance of studying their charts and staying within navigation buoys after two people had to be rescued on Thursday night.
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Mother faces jail for refusing to pay home-schooling assessment fine

Irish Examiner - ‎14 hours ago‎
A mother is preparing to face prison today after she refused to pay a fine over her children's home schooling. Monica O'Connor and her husband Eddie O'Neill have six children who have all been educated at home.
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Time for Ireland to remember those who lost their lives in first World War

Irish Times - ‎1 hour ago‎
Irish troops returning from the Great War march in a Victory Parade, at College Green, Dublin, in 1919. Some boycotted this parade and thereafter the veterans were treated with diffidence, hostility or indifference.

North Cork is 'blackspot' for youth unemployment

Irish Independent - ‎1 hour ago‎
BILL BROWNE. Published 31/07/2014|05:26. 0 Comments; Share. THE latest set of live register figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) has revealed North Cork as a blackspot for youth unemployment.
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Tycoon hid €5m from his ex-wife in divorce

Irish Independent - ‎22 hours ago‎
A BUSINESSMAN who concealed €5.3m in assets from his ex-wife during divorce proceedings is facing the prospect of perjury charges following a damning ruling by the Supreme Court.
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In pics: Ireland Women claim hard-fought win over USA

The Score
6 hours ago
Written by
Sean Farrell
IRELAND GOT OFF to a winning start in the 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup in France with today's 23 - 17 victory over the US Eagles.
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