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  • Storm Callum: Status orange weather warning for all coastal counties

    10 October 2018 11:13

    Update: A status orange weather warning has been issued for several counties ahead of the arrival of Storm Callum this week. The warning is in place for all coastal counties from tomorrow at 10pm, and will be valid until Friday morning. Gusts of up to 130 kilometres per hour are expected with the strongest occurring overnight. Meteorologist with Met Éireann

  • Status Orange wind warnings in 13 coastal counties as Storm Callum closes in

    10 October 2018 10:38

    The warning will come into effect from Thursday night and will remain in place until the following morning. A STATUS ORANGE weather alert has been issued for coastal counties and will come into effect from tomorrow night. The weather front has officially been named as Storm Callumand will bring gusts of up to 110 to 130 km/h along Irish coasts. Met Éireann

  • Bono urges artists to celebrate ‘romance’ of Europe to counter negative views

    10 October 2018 10:28

    Rock star Bono has called on artists to celebrate the “romance” of Europe at a time when the value of the EU has come under question. Visiting the European Parliament in Brussels, the U2 singer hailed the European institutions as both a “brain … working to improve the lives of Europeans” and a “loudly beating heart” bringing them together. The Dublin

  • Tour de France trophy stolen from Birmingham NEC

    10 October 2018 09:13

    The trophy had been left unattended during the clean-up after the event. THE TOUR DE France trophy won by Welsh cyclist Geraint Thomas this year has been stolen. The trophy, one of the three Grand Tour trophies, had been on loan from bike manufacturer Pinarello before the theft at a cycling show in Birmingham NEC, held at the end of September. In a statement

  • Amnesty International: 65% of people in the North want abortion de-criminalised

    10 October 2018 08:47

    65% of people in the North want to see abortion de-criminalised, according to new findings from Amnesty International. Terminations are only allowed in Northern Ireland in exceptional medical and mental health circumstances. A short film from the British Pregnancy Advisory Service tells Emma's story - she was told her unborn baby had a brain abnormality

  • Bishop setting up group to fight off 'evil forces' and recite prayers of exorcism

    10 October 2018 08:16

    Bishop Alphonsus Cullinan said the ministry group will pray and recite the prayers of exorcism. A CATHOLIC BISHOP in Ireland has said he is setting up a “delivery ministry” group of people who will try to fight against “evil spirits”. Bishop Alphonsus Cullinan said that he has received several requests from people ”who are getting in touch with what they believe

  • Thousands of students to receive Leaving Cert results upgrade

    10 October 2018 07:30

    Students who appealed exam results in this years Leaving Certificate can find out their new marks today. Thousands of students will be able to access their results from midday. It comes as the State Examinations Commission confirms it is to review the appeal timelines in the wake of a High Court Ruling. Around 57,000 students received their Leaving Cert results

  • UK Supreme Court due to rule on Belfast bakers 'gay cake' case later today

    10 October 2018 06:43

    THE UK SUPREME Court is expected to give its ruling today on whether a Belfast bakery discriminated over its refusal to make a wedding cake with a slogan supporting gay marriage. The row ignited after an order for the cake was placed at the Ashers’ city centre branch in May 2014 by gay rights activist Gareth Lee. Bakery owners Daniel and Amy McArthur

  • Whatever happened to the carbon tax? It came down to a call between VAT and fuel hikes

    09 October 2018 19:38

    Leo Varadkar said the government would ‘grasp the nettle’ and increase carbon tax. Today, it failed to deliver. Those were the words of Taoiseach Leo Varadkar when talking about the Budget back in August. The introduction of a carbon tax was well flagged by the Taoiseach to reporters during his summer roundtable press briefing. In fact, it was one of the measures

  • Micheál Martin to call Taoiseach to discuss confidence and supply deal

    09 October 2018 18:57

    Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin says he will be ringing the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar tonight to discuss the confidence and supply arrangement. Mr Varadkar says he is looking forward to talking about the future of the deal after the last budget of the arrangement was introduced today. The Taoiseach wants a two-year extension of the deal which props his government