Two people have been arrested after gardai seized cocaine worth an estimated €700,000 in Co Westmeath this morning.
POLICE in Australia are looking for a group of con artists allegedly led by a man with a ‘strong Irish accent’.
Businesses are being driven to closure, jobs are being lost, and community festivals are being blocked, by the spiralling cost of public liability insurance, the Dáil has been warned.
The Dáil’s spending watchdog has heard that a civil servant on the board overseeing the building of the National Children’s Hospital had a responsibility to tell minister Paschal Donohoe if there were serious concerns over the project.
A woman has been killed in a collision with a Luas tram this morning.
Thousands of children in Dublin are to be given free books under a scheme initiated by singer Dolly Parton.
The Minister for Housing has defended the Government’s housing policy, claiming that they are on target to meet supply of social homes by 2021.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that two-tier pay scales for teachers in Ireland are not discriminatory on age grounds.
A Bafta-nominated director has been cleared of sexually assaulting an actress in her west London flat.
IT would be “foolhardy” to say there is no hazard to some women who must wait over six months for cervical smear test results – but the “risk is low,” a leading doctor said yesterday.