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22 October 2018 16:40 Judge cites tragic death of two teens as he bans driver for six months for not wearing seat-belt

A judge has banned a 56-year old west Clare man from driving for six months after he was found not to be wearing a seat belt while driving. At Ennis District Court, Judge Patrick Durcan imposed what he called the ‘severe’ penalty on Stephen Downes after referring to the circumstances around a fatal road traffic collision in Ennis last April where two Clare

22 October 2018 14:15 Club GAA podcast: Kerry melee, Ballyea's finest hour, ‘Tubber joy, Fermoy famine over, Tournafulla's triumph

Murt Murphy joins us from Kerry to discuss the violent scenes in Austin Stack Park for the county semi-final between Dingle and East Kerry. Eoghan Cormican says this Clare senior win is Ballyea's finest hour, considering the overhaul of the team since their first triumph two years ago. And in Cork, Fermoy ended a 54-year wait for senior football, while

19 October 2018 14:37 Oireachtas invite tenders for €100k gym equipment refit for TDs and Senators

Gym equipment providers have been invited to tender for a €100,000 refit of the Oireachtas gym to keep our TDs in shape. The Oireachtas Commission is seeking tenders from firms to provide a range of cardiovascular equipment, weight resistance and ancillary equipment for the Oireachtas Fitness Room which is used by TDs, Senators and Oireachtas staff 1

16 October 2018 15:04 Court grants bail to Clare man who expresses regret over lashing out at speed van

A 30-year-old east Clare man has given an undertaking in court to stay away from GoSafe speed detection vans and GoSafe staff while on bail. At Kilrush District Court today, Shane Malone of Derronan, Derrainy, Whitegate appeared charged with causing criminal damage to a 16 D registered Go Safe van at Cregg, Whitegate on September 30 last. Mr Malone is charged

15 October 2018 14:01 Taoiseach says Breen extending national broadband bidder's dinner invitation to Naughten is 'not a resigning matter'

Pat Breen extended a dinner invitation to former Communications Minister Denis Naughten at the request of David McCourt. TAOISEACH LEO VARADKAR has defended Fine Gael junior minister Pat Breen, who extended an invitation to dinner at one of the national broadband bidder’s home, to the former Communications Minister Denis Naughten. David McCourt is now the last remaining 1

11 October 2018 20:16 The draw for the 2019 Football Championships has been made

The draw for next year's GAA provincial Championships has been made tonight. In the Leinster football championship, All-Ireland Champions Dublin will face either Louth or Wexford, while Wicklow, Kildare and Longford will contest the other quarter-finals. On the other side of the draw, Meath or Offaly will play Carlow, and Westmeath will play Laois in the fourth

10 October 2018 10:38 Status Orange wind warnings in 13 coastal counties as Storm Callum closes in

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 2

05 October 2018 15:19 Judge imposes three-month driving ban on woman for 'selfish, rude' parking in disabled space

A district court judge today continued his hard line against motorists parking in disabled parking spaces when he banned a mother of five from driving for three months. At Ennis District Court, Judge Patrick Durcan described the actions of Ann-Marie Mongans of College Grove, Ennis, by parking her car in a disabled parking space near Cabey’s Lane in Ennis 1

04 October 2018 18:00 Gardaí working to identify body recovered from sea

Gardaí are investigating the discovery of a body taken from the sea off Co Clare this afternoon. The alarm was raised at around 3.45pm by the crew of a passenger ferry that had been touring the Cliffs of Moher. Gardaí and the Irish Coast Guard were alerted and a recovery operation was mounted. The ferry crew remained at the scene, keeping the body in sight 3

02 October 2018 04:45 Aldi eyes four new Irish stores by end of the year

Aldi is on target to open four more new stores in Ireland by the end the year as the discount retailer confirmed sales in Ireland and the UK surged past the £10bn (€11.2bn) level last year. The German retailer which has an 11.6% share of the about €11bn shoppers spend annually on groceries in Ireland, has 133 stores here and 775 in the UK. After opening 3