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16 August 2018 20:14 Carabao Cup second round draw pits West Ham against AFC Wimbledon

West Ham will take on League One club AFC Wimbledon in the second round of the Carabao Cup. Manuel Pellegrini's side will travel to Kingsmeadow, with Premier League new boys Wolves facing a trip to either Sunderland or Sheffield Wednesday. Stoke will host Huddersfield, while League Two club Exeter will make the trip to Craven Cottage to take on London

16 August 2018 16:20 Cooking facilities and separate family bedrooms among Direct Provision recommendations

The new guidelines are aimed at improving conditions for asylum seekers. NATIONAL ACCOMMODATION STANDARDS for asylum seekers, including those living in Direct Provision, moved one step closer today as the Department of Justice and Equality announced a consultation process on the matter. A Standards Advisory Group has drafted national standards for those

16 August 2018 11:53 'Anything is possible' says Caulfield as Cork trail heading into Europa League clash

Cork City will hope to emulate their team of 1993 when they take on Rosenborg in the Europa League tonight. The League of Ireland champions are trailing 2-nil heading into the second leg of their third round qualifier in Norway. It has been 25 years since the Leesiders last overturned a first leg deficit to advance in Europe. "Football is strange and that's

16 August 2018 11:52 No criminal charges in mistaken-identity case of father-of-three shot dead

No criminal charges will be brought in relation to the death of a 24-year-old man shot dead in a case of mistaken identity. The Director of Public Prosecutions decision in relation to the death of Martin O’Rourke, who was shot dead in a lunchtime attack on Dublin’s Sheriff Street, was delivered at Dublin Coroner’s Court. Mr O’Rourke (pictured) was shot in the head in broad

16 August 2018 11:50 With 131 days to go, Brown Thomas has officially opened its Christmas shop in Dublin

Christmas trees and festive decorations will be on sale at the store until the end of the year IRELAND MIGHT BE enjoying the final few weeks of summer, but the festive season has already arrived in one part of the country. Department store Brown Thomas has officially opened its Christmas store in Grafton Street in Dublin, with 131 days – or just over a third

16 August 2018 10:21 Family who slept in Dublin Garda station 'delighted' to be offered a home

A homeless woman and her seven young children who slept at a Garda station has been offered accommodation by the local council. Margaret Cash has been told a three-bedroom apartment in Dublin city will be made available to her family from Friday. The single mother and her children have been at a the centre of national debate after photos emerged on social

16 August 2018 08:13 Hospitals actively discharging patients to free up beds for Pope's visit

Hospitals are actively discharging patients to free up beds ahead of the Pope's visit. It is feared there could be a spike in casualties given the huge crowds coming to see the Pontiff next week. As part of the Pope's two-day visit - a major emergency plan has been put in place involving around 1500 Gardaí and more than 1000 medical staff. 500,000 people

16 August 2018 07:05 An Post seeking 300 voluntary redundancies and may move HQ from GPO as part of cost-cutting measures

An Post is seeking up to 300 voluntary redundancies over the coming months. It is part of the companies cost-cutting measures - which may also see the move of it's headquarters from Dublin's O'Connell Street to another location. The company says, the retail Post Office, parcel hall and 'Witness History' Visitor Centre will remain in place at the HQ. Head of Corporate

16 August 2018 06:04 Ryanair and pilots fail to reach agreement after marathon 12-hour talks

After five days of strikes, talks between the union and the airline remain at an impasse. TALKS BETWEEN RYANAIR and pilots union Fórsa will enter a fourth day today, after 12-hour negotiations concluded last night without a deal. Both parties have been locked in discussions since Monday, in an effort to resolve the industrial dispute that has seen Irish-based

16 August 2018 05:59 Brexit border talks to take place in Brussels

High-level Brexit negotiations are scheduled to take place in Brussels over the next two days. The EU and UK have agreed there will be no hard border, but they differ on how it can be achieved. Fine Gael Senator and spokesperson on EU Affairs, Neale Richmond, said Ireland and the UK will suffer the most in the event of a no-deal Brexit. "The consequences