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  • Gardaí shut down seven brothels in Carlow and Kilkenny

    11 May 2018 20:38 4

    No arrests were made on foot of the inspections of the properties. A TARGETED OPERATION by gardaí has led to the closure of seven premises in Carlow and Kilkenny on suspicion of them being brothels. The operation, which saw gardaí assisted by the National Digital Intelligence Unit, involved the search of a number of properties earlier today where it was suspected

  • Suspect in custody after reports of shots at California high school

    11 May 2018 16:08 6

    Police responded to reports of shots fired just as students were to attend classes. ONE SUSPECT HAS been detained following reports of a shooting at Highland High School in Palmdale, California. Police said that one person was shot in the arm at the school, and was at a local hospital in a stable condition. They said that the suspect detained was a male hispanic

  • Connacht finally confirm departure of Kieran Keane after just one season

    11 May 2018 10:54 12

    The Kiwi has left his post with immediate effect. NEARLY TWO WEEKS after the news first emerged, Connacht have broken their silence on the departure of Kieran Keane as head coach, with the province officially confirming the Kiwi’s sacking this morning. Connacht have parted ways with Keane just 12 months into a three-year contract, with the 64-year-old’s

  • Cannabis and MDMA worth €335,000 seized in Meath

    11 May 2018 08:53

    CANNABIS AND MDMA worth €335,000 have been seized by gardaí in Co Meath. Gardaí from the Meath Drugs Unit, assisted by the Navan Detective Unit, searched a premises at Fitzherbert Woods in Navan yesterday as part of an ongoing operation. During the course of the search gardaí discovered cannabis resin with an estimated street value of €225,000 (subject

  • An Aer Lingus flight has returned to Dublin after hitting a hare on take-off

    10 May 2018 14:01 3

    After reaching north of the French coast, the morning flight had to turn back to Dublin Airport. AN AER LINGUS flight was forced to return to Dublin Airport this morning amid fears that a hare had been sucked into one of the jet’s engines during take-off. Flight EI-582 departed Dublin at 8.15am and was bound for Malaga in Spain with 287 passengers on board

  • Shamrock Rovers star Burke included in Ireland squad for games with Celtic, France and the US

    10 May 2018 12:08 2

    There are also first senior call-ups for Conor O’Malley, Shaun Williams and Callum Robinson ahead of the trio of summer friendlies. MARTIN O’NEILL HAS included the SSE Airtricity League’s top scorer Graham Burke in his squad for the upcoming summer friendlies. The Boys in Green face Celtic in Scott Brown’s testimonial at Parkhead on Sunday, 20 May, before

  • Reaction as Apple scraps plan for €850m Athenry data centre

    10 May 2018 08:50 4

    Planning delays have scuppered the plans. LOCALS HAVE DESCRIBED the decision by Apple to scrap plans for an €850 million data centre in Athenry as “a hammer blow” to the community. Apple confirmed the decision today citing planning delays that have put the handbrake on construction. Plans for the data centre were first announced in February 2015 and An Bord Pleanála

  • Israel says it hit dozens of Iranian targets in Syria after rocket fire

    10 May 2018 06:05 2

    The incident came after weeks of rising tensions. ISRAEL’S ARMY SAID today that it had hit dozens of Iranian military targets in Syria overnight after rocket fire towards its forces which it blamed on Iran, marking a sharp escalation between the two enemies. The incident came after weeks of rising tensions and followed US President Donald Trump’s decision

  • Building firm CRH is no longer Ireland's biggest company as a familiar name shoots to the top of the tree

    10 May 2018 05:20 2

    Tech giant Apple has made a meteoric rise up the leaderboard of the country’s largest businesses. BUILDING SUPPLIES FIRM CRH has lost its title as Ireland’s largest company to one of the world’s biggest tech giants. According to The Irish Times Top 1000 Companies 2018 table, Apple has claimed the top position and is now the largest company in the Republic

  • Call for Government help on social housing

    10 May 2018 02:07 2

    The Irish Council for Social Housing published its annual report which showed housing associations, normally not-for-profit organisations, provided 2,330 homes for social housing in 2017 through a combination of build, acquisition and leasing, almost doubling its output for 2016. Along with re-lets of existing homes, the ICSH said 3,160 homes were provided