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GE Healthcare to create 500 jobs with €150m investment

Biopharma company GE Healthcare is to create up to 500 jobs in the Republic with a €150 million investment in a manufacturing campus. The company plans to establish four prefabricated,…

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Gardai investigate claims woman bundled into back of car in early morning ‘kidnapping and car hijacking’

Gardai are today investigating reports that a woman was assaulted and bundled into the back of her car before it crashed at speed at a roundabout in north Dublin. Local…

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400,000 Dublin Bus users disrupted as strike continues

Over 400,000 Dublin Bus customers face a third day of travel disruption as staff at the company continue their strike over pay. With no sign of any intervention that could…

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Investigation over coast guard volunteer’s death

An investigation is due to get under way today into the circumstances surrounding the death of a coastguard volunteer off Co Clare yesterday. Caitríona Lucas was searching for a missing…

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3,000 new gardai set to be hired – and here’s what the physical test consists of

Over 3,000 gardai set to be hired in new recruitment drive. Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald launched the campaign for members of An Garda Siochana today. The new campaign aims to fulfil…

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Gardai investigate discovery of man’s body on laneway near city property

Gardai are investigating the discovery of a man’s body near a property in Cork. The body, understood to be that of a man in his late 20s or early 30s,…

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Travel disruption as Dublin Bus workers stage 48-hour strike

Thousands of commuters are facing serious disruption in Dublin as bus services are cancelled due to a 48-hour strike over pay. Over 400,000 passengers each day will have to make…

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800 gardaí to be recruited under accelerated programme

A new accelerated garda recruitment programme will see 800 gardaí recruited next year and 3,200 on a phased basis over the next four years. The Government has said the recruitment…

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No last minute resolution likely to avert bus strike – SIPTU

SIPTU has said there is little hope of a last minute resolution to the pay dispute which will see the first of three two-day strikes on Dublin Bus begin tomorrow….

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16 hospitalised after Shannon emergency landing

Sixteen people have been taken to hospital after a transatlantic jet diverted to Shannon airport after encountering turbulence over the Atlantic this morning. United Airlines flight UA-880 made an emergency…

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Cavan in shock after five die in suspected murder-suicide

Three children who died at home in Ballyjamesduff ‘will be greatly missed’. Outside Barconey Heights, a picturesque four-house estate overlooking rolling Cavan hills across a narrow country road, Garda forensic…

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Commission says Ireland granted undue tax benefits of up to €13bn to Apple

The European Commission has concluded that Ireland granted undue tax benefits of up to €13bn to Apple. The Commission said “selective treatment” allowed Apple to pay tax rate of 1%…

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Apple could face major Irish tax bill after EU ruling

Tech giant may have to pay millions to State if EU decides its tax arrangements were illegal. The Revenue Commissioners will be required to raise a tax assessment on Apple…

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This weekend is your last chance this summer to grab some Irish sunshine

Don’t throw out the sun cream and the unused travel BBQ just yet – this weekend is set to be a (relative) scorcher. In what looks like the last burst…

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Irish comedian to donate kidney to save brother’s life

Comedian Jarlath Regan has revealed that he is going to donate a kidney to save his younger brother’s life. Jarlath said that they recently discovered that he was a match…

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Hickey denied bail in Rio court over alleged ticket touting

A judge in Brazil has denied bail to Pat Hickey as he faces allegations of illegal resale of tickets for the Olympics. Mr Hickey has stepped aside temporarily as president…

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Six held in human trafficking inquiry in Meath

Six people have been arrested as part of an investigation into suspected human trafficking in Co Meath. The Garda operation was launched after local officers raised concerns for the well-being…

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Irishman shot dead in Majorca in apparent case of mistaken identity

An Irishman who was shot dead yesterday in Majorca is believed to have been killed in a case of mistaken identity in a gang-related attack, which is understood to be…

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More than 4,000 pupils fail maths in the leaving cert

Over 55,000 students will receive their results today in Ireland. More than 4,000 students have failed their Leaving Cert maths exams, effectively locking them out of many third-level courses which…

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Old Jameson Distillery to undergo €11m refurbishment

Visitor centre in Smithfield in Dublin will close from end of August until March. One of Dublin’s most popular fee-paying tourist attractions, the Old Jameson Distillery in Smithfield, is to…

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Five young offenders apprehended following escape from detention facility

All five offenders who escaped from a detention centre in north Dublin have been apprehended and returned to the detention centre, gardaí have said. The boys, aged between 15 and…

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An Garda Síochána and RSA publish provisional road death figures

An Garda Síochána and the Road Safety Authority have published provisional figures accounting the number of people who have been killed on Irish roads so far this year.   The…

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July 21st marks Farm Safety Awareness Day

Tomorrow, July 21st, marks Farm Safety Awareness day. The event is part of the IFA’s Farm Safety Awareness campaign, and during this time all farmers, and farm families, are being…

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Dublin City Co asks public to help formulate tax

Dublin City Council is asking the public and interested parties about whether or not they think that the Local Property Tax (LPT) should be varied in Dublin city. The LPT…

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