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A review is being undertaken by Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) into arrangements relating to spin-off research companies based there.
Islamic leaders in Ireland have expressed fears that the terrorist attack in London will be blamed on Islam and fuel division and hatred in society.
Garda HQ will conduct a fresh review of security strategies after the London terrorist attack and are monitoring the reaction of a small number of jihadist sympathisers here.
An Irishman who narrowly escaped being directly caught up in Wednesday’s terror attack in London says he was thinking of the crew of Rescue 116 helicopter when he came onto the scene on Westminster Bridge.
A Dutch businessman has picked up decommissioned Naval Service ship LÉ Aisling for the bargain basement price of €110,000.
A husband thought he was doing the right thing by rushing his beloved wife back to Cork University Hospital’s (CUH) mental health unit after she overdosed. He thought the unit’s medical staff, who had been caring for her earlier, could organise the urgent care she so desperately needed.
Bill Clinton has made an impassioned plea for people to finish the peace-building of Martin McGuinness.
Thousands packed the streets of Derry City today as the body of the former Stormont deputy first minister and ex-IRA commander was brought through the streets of his home town for the final time.
Passengers have been left without a bus service for the foreseeable future as unions begin an all-out strike from today.
A Kerry abattoir owner claimed at Limerick Circuit Civil Court yesterday that 50 carcasses of beef were contaminated while being taken in a refrigerated trailer to a processor in Dublin.
The Garda Commissioner has told the Policing Authority that consequences arising from the breath test scandal, including possible disciplinary action, will be considered in the coming weeks.
Tens of thousands of commuters have been left stranded today as Bus Éireann workers stage an all-out indefinite strike.
Leo Varadkar is working with An Post to create a “no-frills” bank account through post offices.
The former Garda press spokesman recently reinstated after being suspended over alleged leaks has begun a legal action against Garda commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan and the State.
A Scottish businesswoman who sparked an air rage alert was on her way to Co Donegal to sign into a rehabilitation centre.
The HSE has been forced to admit that two of the senior officials directly involved in the 1996 decision to leave 'Grace' in her abusive foster home are still working for State child protection agency Tusla.
The head of operations in the South/South West hospital group promises a review of hospital car-parking charges which last year raised over €7m in revenue.
A 29-year-old charged with having a sawn-off shotgun following an alleged shooting incident and high-speed chase through Cork signed a plea of guilty to all charges against him yesterday.
A woman whose grandmother and aunt died of ovarian cancer as a result of the faulty BRCA1 gene faces an 18-month wait for a test to determine if she has inherited the gene.
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