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06 August 2018 13:56 Man seriously injured after car hits tree near Ennis

Gardaí have appealed for witnesses. A MAN HAS been seriously injured after the car he was travelling in hit a tree in Co Clare. Gardaí in Kilrush, Co Clare, are investigating the serious single-vehicle road traffic collision, which took place on the Ennis to Kilrush road N68, approximately six miles from Ennis. The car hit a tree, and the male driver 12

31 July 2018 10:01 Officers find loaded gun after searching car that rammed Garda vehicles

Gardaí recovered a semi-automatic pistol, loaded with 10 rounds of ammunition. TWO MEN HAVE been arrested after a number of garda vehicles were rammed when gardaí intercepted a car in Limerick last night. Shortly before midnight gardaí went to intercept a silver saloon car in the Corbally area of the city as part of ongoing investigations targeting

30 July 2018 20:41 Gardaí issue appeal for man missing from Harcourt Street following All Ireland semi-final

He has been missing since yesterday. GARDAÍ ARE ASKING for the public’s help in tracing 25-year-old Simon Quinn who is missing from Dublin city centre. Simon was last seen on Harcourt Street at around 2.30am this morning . He is described as being 5ft 3’in tall of stocky build and with short brown hair. When last seen he was wearing a green Limerick 1

30 July 2018 14:33 Woman sees €20 sticking out of man's wallet in garda station

A WOMAN WAS arrested in the early hours of this morning after stealing money from a man’s wallet in the public office of a garda station. The incident happened at around 1.30am in Henry Street garda station in Limerick. The woman, who is known to gardaí, was queuing up to speak to officers in the public office of the station. A man was in front of her in the queue 4

30 July 2018 13:28 Taoiseach says he 'should have been clearer' over CervicalCheck court comments

Varadkar previously said that court cases over the ongoing scandal would be be dealt with through mediation. TAOISEACH LEO VARADKAR says he is “not in hiding” over a promise that pending cases in relation to the CervicalCheck scandal would not go to court. The Taoiseach has come in for a barrage of criticism in recent days after promising in May that any cases 1

27 July 2018 17:50 Rainfall warnings in place for most of the country as heavy downpours expected tonight

The warning is in place throughout tonight. TWO RAINFALL WARNINGS have been put in place across much of the country, with heavy downpours expected overnight. Met Éireann issued the first Status Yellow warning this morning with another following later this afternoon, predicting that between 25-45mm of rain could fall between 9pm tonight and 9am tomorrow 2

26 July 2018 13:10 Man (23) charged in relation to murder of Limerick man Martin Clancy

Clancy, who was originally from Moyross, was found almost a week after his suspected killing. A MAN HAS been charged in connection with the murder of Martin Clancy at a flat in Limerick last January. Alex Kelly (23), originally from O’Malley Park, but with an address at Little O’Curry Street, appeared before Limerick District Court this morning, charged 1

25 July 2018 19:03 FAI proposes €300k 'last resort' fund with PFAI to help clubs struggling to pay players

It comes in light of recent financial troubles surrounding Bray Wanderers and Limerick. THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION of Ireland (FAI) has proposed the creation of a fund to assist League of Ireland clubs who are having difficulties meeting the contractual obligations to their playing staff. Worth a total of €300,000, the association want to split the financial

23 July 2018 07:31 Irish adventurer Jason Black reaches summit of world's most dangerous mountain

He is only the third Irish person ever to scale K2, the world’s second-highest peak. AN IRISH ADVENTURER has reached the summit of K2, the second-highest mountain in the world. Jason Black, originally from Letterkenny, Co Donegal, reached the peak of the notoriously treacherous mountain at around 3am Irish time on Sunday. He is only the third Irish person 1

22 July 2018 23:00 ‘Give share options to CIE staff’, Shane Ross proposes

Transport Minister Shane Ross is proposing a radical scheme to offer share options to 11,000 CIE employees, in order to “give them a few bob” and make them feel better. Mr Ross said that the CIE companies — Irish Rail, Bus Éireann, and Dublin Bus — are “unviable financially” without the State subvention of €255m each year. It is understood that the proposal