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  • Body recovered after Aboriginal woman taken by crocodile in Australia

    12 October 2018 11:39

    The women had been fishing “waist-deep” in a river when she was taken. THE BODY OF an indigenous women was recovered by Australian police today following a reported crocodile attack in a remote part of the country’s north. Police said a women believed to be an Aboriginal ranger had been fishing “waist-deep” in a river with her family in remote Arnhem

  • Irish Rail may ban alcohol on more services

    12 October 2018 10:42

    Irish Rail is banning alcohol on a number of Friday services from today following complaints of anti-social behaviour. Three services from Heuston to Galway and one from Heuston to Westport will be affected. The company says it follows feedback from customers and staff about issues aboard these services. "This is simply in reaction to feedback from our customers

  • Pair arrested in connection with Cork drug seizure

    12 October 2018 09:32

    Two men have been arrested after drugs worth more than €18,000 was seized in Cork city. Gardaí seized cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis from a house in Cork city. Gardaí arrested the two men in their 20s and seized the drugs following a search of a house on Barrack Street at around 3.30pm yesterday. Gardaí from Anglesea Street executed a search warrant at the property

  • Poll: Would you be happy to see Frances Fitzgerald return as a minister?

    12 October 2018 08:55

    Frances Fitzgerald could be poised for a dramatic return to Cabinet. YESTERDAY WAS A seismic 24 hours of news for lots of different reasons. One quirky overlap of the latter two stories is the effect they have on former Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald. In one fell swoop, she has been effectively exonerated with regard to her dealings with the case of Maurice

  • Man in his 40s killed after being struck by car in Meath

    12 October 2018 06:52

    Gardaí are investigating the incident which happened on the R162 Navan to Nobber road. A PEDESTRIAN IN his 40s has been killed after being struck by a car in Meath. Gardaí are investigating the incident, which happened on the R162 Navan to Nobber road at around 10.30pm last night. The man was pronounced dead at the scene and his body has been taken to Our Lady’s

  • DARTs operating between Bray and Malahide only due to storm

    12 October 2018 05:42

    The system is not running between Howth and Howth Junction due to debris on power lines. THE DART SYSTEM in the Dublin area is operating between Bray and Malahide only this morning. There is a points failure at Greystones and crews are on site working to rectify it, Irish Rail said. DART services are also not operating between Howth Junction and Howth

  • DUP warns Theresa May not to bow to Brussels on the Irish border

    11 October 2018 17:34

    The DUP has stepped up warnings to Theresa May not to compromise over the Northern Ireland border in her efforts to secure a Brexit deal. Following three days of talks with key figures in Brussels, DUP leader Arlene Foster said the British Prime Minister could not in “good conscience” accept the proposals currently on the table from the EU. Her intervention

  • Graham Norton and Nigel Farage among guests on Late Late Show London special

    11 October 2018 16:33

    They will join Irish guests who have achieved success across politics, sport, and music industries in the UK. BBC PRESENTER GRAHAM Norton and former Ukip leader Nigel Farage are among the guests on tomorrow’s Late Late Show, which is being broadcast from London. The show will be broadcast from Central Hall, Westminster from 9.35pm tomorrow. The theme

  • Bumper line-up for Late Late Show celebration of Irish in Britain live from London

    11 October 2018 15:07

    Graham Norton, Brendan O’Carroll, and Imelda May are among a host of names taking part in The Late Late Show’s London special. The show, which will be broadcast live from Central Hall, Westminster, tomorrow night at 9.35pm will be a celebration of the Irish in Britain and their contribution to their adopted country. Late Late host Ryan Tubridy will be chatting

  • Disclosures Tribunal accepts no one in Garda HQ influenced Paul Reynolds' broadcasts

    11 October 2018 12:37 1

    Justice Peter Charleton said RTÉ journalist Paul Reynolds “gave honest evidence” to the Disclosures Tribunal. THE DISCLOSURES TRIBUNAL has accepted the evidence of RTÉ journalist Paul Reynolds that no one in Garda Headquarters was influencing his broadcasts. The Tribunal’s lengthy final report, which was published today, found that there was a “campaign