Gerry Adams: Brexit will ‘destroy’ Good Friday Agreement

Taking Northern Ireland out of the EU will “destroy” the Good Friday Agreement peace deal, Gerry Adams said. He claimed fundamental human rights enshrined in the 1998 accord to end violence could be undermined. The top legal adviser to Stormont...

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Former DUP Health Minister reveals four family members run boilers under RHI scheme

A senior Democratic Unionist has revealed that four family members run boilers under the controversial green energy scheme at the centre of Stormont’s powersharing crisis. Jim Wells, an Assembly member and former DUP health minister, said his brother, two cousins...

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Gardaí: €37.5m cannabis seizure ‘a great result’

The seizure of a €37.5m cannabis haul at Dublin Port is a great result, Gardaí say. The drugs are understood...

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Man arrested in connection with Irene White murder charged

A man in his 30’s is due in court this afternoon, charged in connection with the murder of Irene White...

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Gardaí investigating after security guard stabbed in Dublin

Gardai are appealing for witnesses after a security guard in his 20’s received stab wounds in Dublin. The incident happened...

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Co-pilot passed out in cockpit before landing

The co-pilot of a FlyBe passenger plane who passed out in his cockpit seat inadvertently hit the rudder pedal causing...

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Woman hit by €1 coin sues council

A mother of nine has sued Cork City Council after she was struck by a €1 coin that flew up...

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Kinahans linked to €37m cannabis haul

Gardaí and Customs have made the biggest seizure of cannabis in 20 years and suspect the under-pressure Kinahan cartel were...

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House price survey: What is a house in your area worth?

House prices across the country have been examined and compared to last year’s value. In a number of locations, prices...

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Sinn Féin hold major public debate in Dublin today

Sinn Féin is holding a major public debate on Irish Unity in Dublin’s Mansion House today. It is taking place...

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Demonstrations against Trump take place in Ireland and around the world today

As Donald Trump begins his first official day as President today, demonstrations are taking place here, in Washington and around...

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Drama in mid-air after crew member (said to be captain) falls ill; flight diverts to Shannon

By Pat Flynn A transatlantic flight diverted to Shannon Airport early today after a member of the flight crew fell...

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€37.5 MILLION worth of cannabis seized

Gardaí and Revenue officers have seized a massive consignment of herbal cannabis, worth an estimated €37.5m. The haul was made...

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No newsflash ‘for now’ from Gerry Adams on future as SF leader

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams says there are no plans for any announcement about his own future as party leader...

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Brendan Smyth’s sex crimes ‘ignored to protect good name of Church’

The crimes of predatory priest Brendan Smyth were ignored to protect the good name of the Catholic church, a public...

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North’s victims of abuse ‘should get up to £100,000 compensation’

Victims of historic child abuse in the North should receive state-backed compensation payments of up to £100,000, an inquiry has...

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Man arrested in connection with the murder of Irene White

A man has been arrested in connection with an on-going investigation into the murder of Irene White. Irene White was...

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HSE denies it has run €6m over budget renovating Tipp hospital

The HSE has denied claims that it has run €6m over budget on the renovation of a hospital in County...

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South African model pleads guilty to harassing celeb chef Dylan McGrath

A South African model, who starred in RTÉ’s First Dates Ireland, has pleaded guilty to harassing celebrity chef Dylan McGrath....

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Landlords ordered to retract tenant charge threat

Landlords have been ordered to retract threats to impose charges on tenants as a direct result of the Government’s rent...

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