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Fine Gael to publish all deals made with Independents

Irish Times - ‎35 minutes ago‎
Fine Gael has agreed to publish all deals made with Independent TDs in return for their support for the government. In the agreement made with Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael pledged to “publish all agreements with Independent deputies and political parties in ...
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Farmer (65) dies after he is crushed by tractor on Kerry farm

Irish Independent - ‎1 hour ago‎
The 65-year-old, named locally as John O'Connor, was adjusting the stabilising bars at the rear of his vehicle when it rolled back on him shortly before 10am on Bank Holiday Monday.
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IT graduates earn most, arts graduates paid least

RTE.ie - ‎3 hours ago‎
Employment levels for Irish graduates are improving but more than one in ten are emigrating shortly after leaving college, according to the latest data from the Higher Education Authority.
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Face of man (26) shot in arm and leg in drive-by gun attack

Irish Independent - ‎4 hours ago‎
Keith Willis Garda at the scene this morning Gardai investigate an incident where a man was shot at Shancastle Drive in Dublin. Pictures:Arthur Carron Gardai investigate an incident where a man was shot at Shancastle Drive in Dublin.
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Iconic Richmond Barracks given a new lease of life

Irish Independent - ‎10 hours ago‎
Deirdre Smith, Emma Geraghty, Emily Duffy and Katie McCarthy represent the 77 women who were imprisoned at Richmond Barracks in 1916 at the ceremony yesterday.
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“Jump now or you'll die” plea by fire hero Timothy

Evening Echo Cork - ‎3 hours ago‎
A YOUNG man, who has been hailed a hero after repeatedly attempting to enter a burning building to save his neighbours' lives, has said he couldn't do any more to save them.
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'Out-dated defamation laws hurt press freedom' - industry body

Herald.ie - ‎10 hours ago‎
Ireland's notoriously strict defamation laws need to be updated, according to a body for the national newspaper industry. NewsBrands Ireland, marking today's World Press Freedom Day, has highlighted the significant challenge posed to freedom of ...
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Have you seen this missing Meath woman?

thejournal.ie - ‎5 hours ago‎
Sandra Cross, a 46-year-old from Navan, was last seen in the town on Saturday. She is described as being 5 ' 5 ” tall with blonde hair and it is noted that she may have been in possession of a gree rucksack.
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Junior cycle reform changes more than just 'a memory test'

Irish Times - ‎12 hours ago‎
A group of English teachers is gathered around a table debating what mark they should award a junior cycle student. The second-year student has just delivered a compelling three-minute speech - without notes - on the topic of death as the great ...
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Investigation launched after Kilkenny man dies in England

KCLR96FM.com - ‎4 hours ago‎
Police in England have launched a full investigation into the death of a Kilkenny native in Luton over the weekend. Kevin Kelly died after injuries he sustained in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Irish Army medic hailed a hero after saving woman bitten by deadly snake in Golan Heights

Irish Mirror - ‎6 hours ago‎
A young Irish Army medic has been hailed a heroine after saving the life of a woman bitten by a deadly snake in the Golan Heights.
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The N word means Never, for Gerry Adams too

Irish Times - ‎4 hours ago‎
In the insular world of Irish political reporting, it takes a huge event to knock the current obsession - government formation - off the front page.
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Dunmore East RNLI Raises Vital Mayday Funds

Afloat - ‎3 hours ago‎
#RNLI - Vital funds have been raised for the RNLI following the annual Dunmore East lifeboat 'Dash & Splash' and yellow welly throwing competition.

Calls for the regularisation of undocumented migrants

Irish Examiner - ‎12 hours ago‎
A conference later today will call for the regularisation of thousands of undocumented people living in Ireland and will hear the majority are working and have been living here for more than five years.
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Motives of those involved in Rising should be examined in 'context of their time'

Irish Times - ‎19 hours ago‎
Much of the current debate about the necessity of the 1916 Easter Rising is speculation which fails to take account of the motivation of those involved in the rebellion, a commemoration to the only Cork Volunteer to die in Dublin during Easter Week has ...

'Animals better off' than asylum seekers, City Council is told

Connacht Tribune Group - ‎1 hour ago‎
Cllr Mike Crowe: "Farmers keep heifers in better facilities than asylum seekers are kept in." Farm animals are living in better conditions than asylum seekers in Direct Provision in the city, it has been claimed.

Second election 'would damage economy'

BreakingNews.ie - ‎5 hours ago‎
A leading economist has warned a second election would have a negative impact on the Irish economy. Chief economist with Kleinwort Benson Investors Eoin Fahy said further political uncertainty would damage the confidence of the international business ...

Local woman opens up on her crisis pregnancy and calls for Repeal of Eighth Amendment

Talk of the Town - ‎1 hour ago‎
A brave Carlingford woman has opened up about her crisis pregnancy experience, calling for the Repeal of the Eighth amendment to allow Irish woman to proceed with an abortion here if that is what they want.
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