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Anger as maths 'anomaly' means some pupils fail to make CAO grade
Aspiring primary teachers with high points will be angry over how the new grading system affects their eligibility for entry to their dream courses. An anomaly in the maths requirement for entry to their chosen profession could dash the hopes of ...
CAO 2017: What's up and what's downIrish Times
Points fall as over 52000 college places offeredIrish Examiner
CAO points down for more than half of courses
The University Times -JOE
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Man (22) fights for life after brutal stabbing in lane, three released without charge
The life of a man who was brutally stabbed at the weekend was hanging in the balance last night as his family held a bedside vigil. One of the men arrested over the incident this weekend had previously been questioned over the fatal stabbing of another ...
Three men released without charge over Kilkenny stabbingIrish Times
Three held in Kilkenny stabbing inquiry released without
Young man remains in critical condition following Kilkenny stabbingIrish Mirror -Kilkenny People
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Irish Examiner
New bus priority measures in effect on Dublin quays
Motorists commuting into Dublin city this morning are advised to avoid the quays because of new bus priority measures. Sections of the north and south quays have been reduced to one lane for private cars which are also prohibited from turning right ...
Driving to work today in Dublin? Don't forget there are new traffic restrictions in
New traffic rules in place in Dublin city centreNewstalk 106-108 fm
Commuters reminded of Dublin's new traffic
Dublin Live -Lovin Dublin
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Gang linked to woman's knifing 'murdered and buried' missing Trevor
Trevor Deely disappeared on December 8, 2000, as he made his way home from 4 Trevor Deely disappeared on December 8, 2000, as he made his way home from his office Christmas party to his apartment in Ballsbridge. Gardaí investigating the ...
Gardai probe 'woman at centre' of missing Trevor Deely caseIrish Mirror
Trevor Deely search to continue amid hopes of a breakthroughIrish Times
Closer to closure?Sunday Business Post

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Irish Mirror
Revealed: The bizarre items left behind by passengers at Dublin Airport
A headstone with the inscription "You will never be forgotten", a toilet seat and cistern, and a live turtle are among the more bizarre items left behind by passengers at Dublin Airport. Despite the epitaph "you will always be remembered, never ...

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Sinn Féin proposal to restart NI talks to be considered
The British and Irish governments will this week consider a suggestion from Sinn Féin that negotiations to restore devolved government at Stormont should begin next Monday. The proposal has been made by Sinn Féin's leader in Northern Ireland, Michelle ...
Stormont talks: Sinn Féin proposes resumption dateBBC News
Sinn Féin calls for powersharing talks to resume next

Longford Leader
Weather Update: Longford to get a good wash as rain predicted for next few days
Longford Leader
After a damp start to the morning, there will be scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle, and a few heavy bursts in places throughout the morning. Things will be drier later this morning, and eventually brighter intervals will extend from the south ...
Weather in Louth Monday 21 August 2017Dundalk Democrat
Risk of some flooding today as rain sets inLeitrim Observer

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Two people seriously injured after collision between car and lorry
The accident happened shortly after 10am on the R246 at Tirhomin between Milford and Kerrykeel in Co Donegal. A man and a woman, both aged in their 20s, were seriously injured and were brought to Letterkenny General Hospital by ambulance.
Man and woman seriously injured after car hits lorry in DonegalIrish Mirror