Homeless charities concerned by January figures

Homeless charities have expressed concern after homelessness figures reached a new record high. 7,167 people are homeless according to the January figures, an increase of 19 on the previous month. However the number of homeless families fell slightly during January,...

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Man dies in Donegal crash

A man in his late 30s has died in a crash in County Donegal. The two-car collision happened at Strand Head near Malin this evening at around 6pm. He was pronounced dead at the scene and his body was taken...

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Gardaí arrest man after discovery of five bicycles and 13 laptops in van

Gardaí have seized a large quantity of stolen property and made a number of arrests in Dublin as part of...

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Mixed news in latest homelessness figures

There’s mixed news in the new national homelessness figures released by the Department of Housing. The number of homeless families...

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13-year-old boy missing from Cork

Gardaí wish to seek the public’s assistance in tracing the whereabouts of Aivaras Miezetis who is missing from Dunvale Drive,...

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Mother and son shot in Derry

A mother and son have been shot in County Derry. A man aged in his 20s was injured in the...

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Jobstown protesters launch public campaign ahead of trials

Former MEP Patricia McKenna joined with trade unionists and defendants in the upcoming Jobstown ‘false imprisonment’ trials to launch a...

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Autistic teen who raped boy and sexually assaulted another can avoid jail if adequate supports put in place

An autistic teenager who raped a 13-year-old boy and sexually assaulted another will not be jailed if adequate supports can...

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Woman says she is ‘constantly living a nightmare’ following rape and sexual assault

A young woman has described how her life has been ruined by her stepfather who sexually assaulted and raped her...

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Arlene Foster: Election polls show DUP and Sinn Fein will be ‘neck and neck’

Electoral polls show that the Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Fein will be “neck and neck” in the March Stormont...

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Care assistant has conviction for sexually assaulting female patient at Mater Private upheld by Court of Appeal

A man who sexually assaulted a patient while working as a care assistant at a private hospital in Dublin has...

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LATEST: NBRU say Bus Éireann plan is ‘repulsive’ to workers

Latest: The National Bus and Rail Union says a plan put forward by Bus Éireann management is “repulsive” to its...

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Knowing the difference between these real and fake logbooks could stop you buying a stolen car

Fake VLC Certificates or logbooks put car buyers at an increased risk for buying used cars. “Car criminals are becoming...

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LATEST: Tesco says strike action is ‘unjustified’

Latest: Tesco says there is an onus on Mandate to accept a Labour Court recommendation to end the current industrial...

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’Constantly upset, paranoid, anxious’; Cork shooting victim on why she and her family need to leave their home

A young woman who was the victim of a shooting last year has spoken out about the vicious abuse she...

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Former Cabinet minister Peter Hain: Border betweeen the North and South must remain open

A Labour former Cabinet minister will seek to force major changes on the Brexit Bill claiming he has a mandate...

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Woman jailed for killing her boyfriend during drunken row

A woman has been jailed for three and a half years for killing her boyfriend during a drunken row in...

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Mother breaks down outside court after man is jailed for killing her son

A man has been jailed for five years for killing a man after a wedding in Dublin. Terry Connors of...

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McGuinness calls for Garda Commissioner to stand aside during tribunal

A senior member of Fianna Fáil has restated his call for the Garda Commissioner to stand aside while the whistleblower...

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New research on economy, society and environment shows Ireland lagging behind other EU countries

Ireland has been ranked eleventh out of 15 European Union countries in the Sustainable Progress Index. Ireland is ranked last...

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