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Young mother with baby (3) in buggy and loaded gun gets suspended jail term
The young mother who walked free from court in relation to a feud-related gun charge is closely linked to two senior members of the Hutch gang whose lives are under threat from the Kinahan cartel. The Irish Independent can reveal that Nikita Murtagh ...
Woman with loaded gun in child's buggy gets suspended sentenceIrish Times
Woman who had loaded gun in child's buggy gets sentence
Woman admits carrying loaded gun at Connolly
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Graham Dwyer in High Court mobile phone data challenge
Lawyers for convicted murderer, Graham Dwyer will go to the High Court this morning to begin his action against the Garda Commissioner and the State over data from mobile phones. Data from mobile phone companies was an important part of the prosecution ...

Irish Times
Taxi complaints jump as passengers raise a stink about smelly vehicles
Irish Times
The number of taxi passengers who complained to the National Transport Authority rose by 15 per cent in 2017 – and the number who complained about the vehicle they had just travelled in more than doubled. Last year the authority received 1,146 ...
Taxi driver 'asked passenger to indicate manually out the window for him'Irish Examiner
Taxi customers describe filth, smells and poor drivers as complaints riseThe Times

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Irish Times
Abortion referendum will hang on the undecided middle ground
Irish Times
Opinion polls published last weekend suggest a tightening of the abortion referendum campaign, as it becomes clear that a large undecided middle ground will be the key to the outcome. The Cabinet will today consider a draft referendum Bill, but that ...
Minister denies confusing repeal issue, says vote may be held in JuneIrish Examiner
Eighth Amendment Referendum Bill before
Minister Regina Doherty rejects claims differing views on abortion in Government are creating confusionIrish Mirror
Warning religious class plan is 'unworkable' for schools
A row has erupted over the rollout of a plan to allow secondary students who drop out of religious studies to attend a different class. The head of a body representing community colleges warned they were already "pared back to the bone" and would need ...
'Extra teachers needed for religion alternative'Irish Examiner
Alternative subjects to be offered to to pupils who opt out of
Students opting out of religion at State-run schools to study other subjectsLimerick Leader -
Minister accused of 'abysmal' response to Luas 'traffic chaos'
Fianna Fail is ramping up pressure on Transport Minister Shane Ross over "traffic chaos" in the capital. The party's Dublin spokesman John Lahart has claimed that Mr Ross's response to congestion that has occurred since the opening of the new Luas ...
Government faces Dáil grilling over €116bn planIrish Examiner
FF targets Ross on 'abysmal' reaction to traffic

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Irish Examiner
Cork City's skyline set for dramatic transformation
Irish Examiner
A quarter of Cork's footprint has yet to be built and the city centre will look dramatically different in 20 years to what it does now. A view of Navigation Square on Albert Quay, Cork, currently being developed by O'Callaghan Properties. Picture: Dan ...
Coveney: Cork set to become fastest-growing region in StateIrish Times
Cork central to success of Project Ireland 2040 - Taná
CORK CITY CENTRE: Affidea open competitor to VHI Swiftcare

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Irish Examiner
Over 70pc of deep-sea fish have ingested plastic - study finds
MORE than 70pc of the deep water fish stock in the Northwest Atlantic have ingested plastic - one of the highest frequencies of microplastic in fish worldwide. A new study, carried out by marine scientists at NUI, Galway found that 73pc of the ...
73% of deep sea fish ingested plastic - NUIG
Over 70% of deep-sea fish have ingested plastic, study findsIrish Times
Most deepwater fish have ingested microplastics, new Irish study -Irish Mirror -The Times -Newstalk 106-108 fm
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Irish Mirror
Irish cyclist sent flying through the air after hitting car turning into garda station in Dublin dashcam footage
Irish Mirror
This is the dramatic moment a cyclist was sent flying after he crashed into a car that was turning left into a garda station. The clip has caused a heated debate on social media, with some users claiming the cyclist was wrong to undertake the clearly ...
VIDEO: Footage Shows Cyclist Bashed By Car Turning Into Garda StationLovin Dublin
Dramatic footage shows cyclist smashing into a car before it turns into Garda
Moment cyclist wiped out as “police officer” turns car into stationDeadline News
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