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Irish Times
Offaly TD Carol Nolan resigns from Sinn Féin
Irish Times
Offaly TD Carol Nolan has confirmed she has left Sinn Féin. The Irish Times has learned Ms Nolan has written to the party informing them she will not be returning to Sinn Féin. She had been on a three-month suspension for voting against a Bill to hold ...
Carol Nolan TD leaves Sinn Féin after being suspended for voting against abortion

Irish Times
Father-of-two admits sex attacks on women he met on Tinder
Irish Times
A father-of-two has pleaded guilty to carrying out sex attacks on two women he met on Tinder. Patrick Nevin (36) pleaded guilty at the Central Criminal Court on Tuesday to the rape of one woman at a location in Bettystown, Co Meath on July 12th, 2014.
Man pleads guilty to raping and assaulting women he met on
Father-of-two pleads guilty to sex attacks on women he met on
Man pleads guilty to rape and sexual assault of women he met on TinderNewstalk 106-108 fm
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Bridge crash victim (30) and injured friends 'on way home' when tragedy struck
One man was killed and two others were injured after their car slammed into a stone bridge in an early-morning crash. The victim was named locally as Alan Rynne (30) from Corrig, Inagh, Co Clare. The tragedy unfolded shortly after 4am yesterday when ...
Man (30) killed in Miltown Malbay road incident namedIrish Times
Man killed in Clare crash named locallyIrish Examiner
Irish road users warned to be extra careful after 14 deaths on our roads so far this monthIrish Mirror
Irish Post
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State to offer formal apology over historic convictions of gay men
Men who were convicted of engaging in same-sex sexual activity prior to the decriminalisation of homosexuality 25 years ago will receive an apology in the Dáil and Seanad today. Labour Senator Ged Nash has tabled a motion that asks the Oireachtas to ...
Government to apologise for historical convictions of gay

Irish Mirror
Weather Ireland: Met Eireann says Ireland to bask in 26C 'heatwave' as temperatures soar in June
Irish Mirror
Ireland will bask in glorious sunshine as temperatures soar throughout the rest of June. Met Eireann's latest forecast reveals the mercury will get "well into the twenties" this weekend while next week will continue "very warm". A new temperature map ...
Irish weather expert predicts June's heatwave set to return next week with scorching temperatures of up to 27 degreesThe Irish Sun
KILDARE WEATHER UPDATE: Sun set to make a return this weekendLeinster Leader
COSTA DEL GALWAY! Up to 25 degrees expected in upcoming heatwaveGalway Daily (press release)
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Irish Examiner
Latest: Hiqa report criticises Tusla staffing levels
Irish Examiner
Update 1.45pm: A hard-hitting report criticising staffing levels at Tusla has been published by Hiqa. The health watchdog has been investigating system failures and serious staff shortages at the Child and Family Agency. The inquiry was ordered by the ...
Failures of Child and Family Agency leaving some children at risk of
Tusla chief's email to staff ahead of McCabe report's release: 'We can weather this storm'
Cabinet to consider HIQA report into -Newstalk 106-108 fm -Kfm Radio -FM104 Newsroom
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'Thefts can range from €50... to €50k' - warning as construction robberies soar by 35pc in one year
More than €21,500 worth of construction tools and equipment is now stolen every single day in Ireland. The rate of thefts soared by an alarming 35pc last year with the impact of construction crime now even threatening the ability to deliver on ...
Over €6 million worth of tools were stolen from construction sites in Ireland last yearJOE
Tradespeople urged to mark equipment amid rise in
Over €6m in tools stolen from construction sites in 2017Leitrim Observer
Kfm Radio -Midlands103 -Irish Post
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Irish Mirror
Hundreds of caravans move into area of land in North Dublin
Irish Mirror
Locals are furious after hundreds of caravans have moved into land in north Dublin yesterday. They pulled up on the green area between Portmarnock and Malahide. The caravans could be seen travelling around the north Dublin area earlier in the afternoon ...
Convoy of caravans descend on site between Malahide and Portmarnock for evanglical Traveller 'religious event'Dublin Live

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Woman dragged by car for 30 yards in TERRIFYING Dublin mugging
A woman was dragged up to 30 yards along a road by a car during a mugging at Malahide Castle on Monday evening. The woman, aged in her 40s, had her handbag snatched by a passing car at the Malahide tourist spot shortly after 5:30pm. The handbag ...
Woman dragged along ground in violent mugging at popular Dublin gig
Woman dragged 30 yards along road by car after horror mugging at Malahide Castle DublinRSVP Live

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