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Magnitude 2.6 earthquake recorded off the coast of Cork

Yesterday saw the first ever recorded earthquake recorded off the Irish coast according to The Irish National  Seismic Network....

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Met Eireann issues category orange weather warning

Met Eireann has issued a weather warning to the public and have said that the temperatures will get much...

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Lifestyle

New drug could help prevent the onset of Alzheimers

Researchers have announced that a new drug that is currently being tested has showed great signs of improvement in...

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World News

Icelandic government to scrap €24,000 off all household mortgages

The government in Iceland has announced that they intend to write off household mortgage debt in a new bid...

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History

National Roads Authority to release archaeological discovery book

A new book is to be released this month that gives an intriguing insight into the ancestral history of...

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Finance

Bank of Ireland announce it is to repay €1.8 billion of State bailout

Bank of Ireland has announced that it intends to raise €580 million worth of equity today as part of...

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History

Blasket Island photography exhibition extended

The duration of the ‘An Island Portrait,’ exhibition of photography from the Blasket Island that recently launched Oireachtas na...

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Irish News

Shoppers are encouraged to buy Irish this Saturday

Christmas shopping can be a hectic and stressful experience. The crammed shops can be a deterrent for people who...

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Finance

New bankruptcy law to be signed later today

The Justice Minister Alan Shatter will sign a commencement order for a new bankruptcy law later today. As it...

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Irish News

Law Society defends its handling of Thomas Byrne case

The Law Society has today strongly defended the way that it handled the Thomas Byrne case.  The representatives and...

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Irish News

Government to crack down on welfare tourists

The Government has stepped up it’s efforts to prevent further social welfare fraud by people flying into Ireland to...

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Sport

Mount Leinster Rangers crowned Leinster Champions in shock victory

Carlow’s Mount Leinster Rangers are no doubt still celebrating today following thier historic AIB Leinster club hurling championship victory...

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World News

Russian policeman couldn’t resist a chocolate bribe

Corruption within a police force is an unwanted poison in any country. In Russia, it apparently can also taste...

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Irish News

ESB staff confirm strike action over Christmas

ESB management and staff yesterday failed to reach an agreement in their talks and now it seems as though...

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Finance

Property tax deadline extended until 5pm tomorrow

The Revenue Commission has announced that they will be extending the deadline for people filing for local property tax...

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History

Government documents dating back to 1600s now available online

A fantastic new website has been launched by the Oireachtas which chronicles governmnet documents for users to browse through...

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World News

Stadium collapse kills two workers at World Cup venue

Reports emerging from Brazil yesterday evening have said that two people have died in Sao Paulo as a result...

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Irish News

New app to be released to avoid clampers

Finding a parking space can sometimes be a real hassle. You can spend an unesscessary amount of time driving...

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Irish News

Trial begins for man accused of destroying €10 million Monet painting

The trial of an Irish man accused of causing criminal damage to a Monet painting valued at €10 miilion...

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World News

Indiana Police Chief to be shot with stun gun to raise department funds

It is not unusual for police departments to use events involving the community they serve to raise funds for...

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World News

Yale University put on lockdown after anonymous phone call

There were scenes of chaos yesterday at one of the United States most prestiegous university’s when authorities were given...

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Irish News

Dublin City council approves Passport Office demolition

Dublin City Council have approved the decision to demolish the Passport office on Dublin’s Molesworth Street . The office...

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Irish News

Taoiseach warns of further cuts and tax hikes

The dust has barely been given time to settle since October’s budget but Taoiseach Enda Kenny is warning that...

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ESB Union leader confident of no Christmas blackouts

The secretary of the ESB Group of Unions has assured the public that the potential strike action proposed by...

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