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Rory Best believes he was ‘pawn’ in Belfast rape trial

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 10:20:00 PM
'>Rory Best has said he regrets his appearance at the Belfast rape trial, believing he became “a pawn” in the case. Rory Best has said he regrets his appearance at the Belfast rape trial, believing he became “a pawn” in the case.

Varadkar opens door to grand coalition with Fianna Fáil

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 10:44:00 PM
Leo Varadkar has opened the door to a grand coalition with Fianna Fáil after the general election should it be required. Leo Varadkar has opened the door to a grand coalition with Fianna Fáil after the general election should it be required.

'The north side has been left down,' says Labour's John Maher on Cork canvass

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 10:00:00 PM
The north side of Cork has been neglected by its political representatives with one Government TD not even bothering to show up for work, said Labour’s general election candidate for Cork North Central. The north side of Cork has been neglected by its political representatives with one Government TD not even bothering to show up for work, said Labour’s general election candidate for Cork North Central.

No Lotto winner - jackpot heads for €7.5m

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 08:57:00 PM
'>There was no winner of tonight's Lotto Jackpot, worth €6,854,354. There was no winner of tonight's Lotto Jackpot, worth €6,854,354.

Cork's first quadruplets thank medical team on 18th birthday

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 08:51:00 PM
The first quadruplets ever born in Cork celebrated their 18th birthday with a visit to the medical team who delivered them. The first quadruplets ever born in Cork celebrated their 18th birthday with a visit to the medical team who delivered them.

Farm worker, 64, dies in Cork after trailer door falls on top of him

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 08:45:00 PM
'>A man in his sixties has died in a farm accident in Whitegate, Co. Cork, after a heavy door on a grain trailer fell on top of him. A man in his sixties has died in a farm accident in Whitegate, Co. Cork, after a heavy door on a grain trailer fell on top of him.

Never Mind the Ballots: A sideways glance at Election 2020 (16 days to go)

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 07:42:00 PM
The Green Party's bright young star, Saoirse McHugh, has revealed some pretty radical ideas as to her ideal vision of how Ireland should be run. The Green Party's bright young star, Saoirse McHugh, has revealed some pretty radical ideas as to her ideal vision of how Ireland should be run.

Fine Gael promises €1bn for rural Ireland while attacking Fianna Fáil on broadband plan

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 07:15:00 PM
Fine Gael has promised to inject more than €1bn into investments in job creation and projects in towns and villages across rural Ireland. Fine Gael has promised to inject more than €1bn into investments in job creation and projects in towns and villages across rural Ireland.

Body of grandmother most likely dismembered using a power tool, court hears

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 06:41:00 PM
The body of a 61-year-old grandmother was most likely dismembered using a power tool before her remains were scattered at nine different locations in the Dublin and Wicklow mountains, a murder trial has heard. The body of a 61-year-old grandmother was most likely dismembered using a power tool before her remains were scattered at nine different locations in the Dublin and Wicklow mountains, a murder trial has heard.

Fianna Fáil 'not going there' as it vows to keep preferential pensions deal for State employees

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 06:19:00 PM
A major divide between public and private sector workers has emerged as Fianna Fáil has vowed not to end a preferential deal for State employees if elected to office. A major divide between public and private sector workers has emerged as Fianna Fáil has vowed not to end a preferential deal for State employees if elected to office.

Farmers throw air ambulance cash lifeline

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 06:16:00 PM
'>The cash-strapped air ambulance is set to be thrown a massive cash lifeline by farmers. The cash-strapped air ambulance is set to be thrown a massive cash lifeline by farmers.

Judge refers case of Cork man accused of under-age sex to circuit court

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 06:16:00 PM
A judge has reversed his own ruling that a case where a 20-year-old Cork man is facing charges of underage sex and sex assault concerning a teenage girl can be heard in the district court. A judge has reversed his own ruling that a case where a 20-year-old Cork man is facing charges of underage sex and sex assault concerning a teenage girl can be heard in the district court.

Lawyer complains about delay in 'very simple test' on €350k of suspected heroin as Cork man waits to plead guilty

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 06:04:00 PM
'>The lawyer for a Cork man who wants to plead guilty to having a €350,000 stash of suspected heroin complained about the delay in testing the drug at the Forensic Science Laboratory. The lawyer for a Cork man who wants to plead guilty to having a €350,000 stash of suspected heroin complained about the delay in testing the drug at the Forensic Science Laboratory.

Researchers who quizzed kids about cannabis didn't ask about Class A drugs

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 05:50:00 PM
'>The study, which involved more than 15,000 school children, is supposed to be the most authoritative insight into the health and wellbeing of the country’s children. The study, which involved more than 15,000 school children, is supposed to be the most authoritative insight into the health and wellbeing of the country’s children.

Dubliner fined for 'hugely racist comments' made to one of Ireland’s underage sportstars while punching her

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 05:47:00 PM
'>A judge today told a court that a Dubliner made “hugely racist comments” when racially abusing and punching one of Ireland’s best underage sportswomen on the chest on a bus. A judge today told a court that a Dubliner made “hugely racist comments” when racially abusing and punching one of Ireland’s best underage sportswomen on the chest on a bus.

Increasing eligibility for mortgage to rent scheme would end 'spiral of misery' for Cork families

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 05:27:00 PM
There are currently 1,200 'active' cases in the mortgage to rent process nationally and Fr McVerry wants to see the number increased significantly this year. There are currently 1,200 'active' cases in the mortgage to rent process nationally and Fr McVerry wants to see the number increased significantly this year.

People Before Profit claims election could see people 'break free from the shackles of FF and FG'

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 05:26:00 PM
'>People Before Profit launched its election manifesto in Dublin by calling for the electorate to “break the cycle of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil". People Before Profit launched its election manifesto in Dublin by calling for the electorate to “break the cycle of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil".

Sinn Féin reveal plan to put money back in pockets of workers and families

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 05:19:00 PM
Outlining his party's financial pledges for voters, deputy leader Pearse Doherty admitted that none of the funding promises were "red line" issues in any post-election negotiations. Outlining his party's financial pledges for voters, deputy leader Pearse Doherty admitted that none of the funding promises were "red line" issues in any post-election negotiations.

Jastine Valdez's killer ‘looked like a man possessed’ moments before he was shot, inquest hears

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 05:18:00 PM
Mark Hennessy "looked like a man possessed" in the moments before he was fatally shot by a Garda. Mark Hennessy "looked like a man possessed" in the moments before he was fatally shot by a Garda.

Watchdog claims gardaí still not clarifying why they want penalty points cancelled when speeding on duty

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 05:07:00 PM
'>An independent watchdog has criticised gardaí for their continuing failure to provide details of the circumstances around why they seek to have penalty points cancelled when detected speeding while on duty. An independent watchdog has criticised gardaí for their continuing failure to provide details of the circumstances around why they seek to have penalty points cancelled when detected speeding while on duty.

Judge cuts €12k damages sought by Sky from 'Fr Ted' pub that showed four games

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 05:02:00 PM
'>The owner of 'Fr Ted' pub, Vaughan's in Kilfenora, Co. Clare, has been warned by a judge that he could face jail if he shows any unauthorised Sky Sports matches on the pub TV in the future. The owner of 'Fr Ted' pub, Vaughan's in Kilfenora, Co. Clare, has been warned by a judge that he could face jail if he shows any unauthorised Sky Sports matches on the pub TV in the future.

Funding cut threatens future of service for Kerry adults with intellectual disabilities

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 04:49:00 PM
'>“We are making this an election issue. We will not tolerate the cuts. We simply can’t. Already the service is not sufficient." “We are making this an election issue. We will not tolerate the cuts. We simply can’t. Already the service is not sufficient."

Cork family settle case over care given to 68-year-old woman by Cork University Hospital

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 04:30:00 PM
A man and his three children who sued over the care given at Cork University Hospital to his 68-year-old wife who had thyroid cancer and died have settled their High Court actions. A man and his three children who sued over the care given at Cork University Hospital to his 68-year-old wife who had thyroid cancer and died have settled their High Court actions.

Group wants parties to avoid 'toxic' election tactics seen in UK and US by signing 'Fair Play Pledge'

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 04:01:00 PM
'>Political parties are being asked to play fair online in the General Election and to avoid using the "toxic tactics" employed in the UK and US. Political parties are being asked to play fair online in the General Election and to avoid using the "toxic tactics" employed in the UK and US.

Mother fails in appeal over Dept of Social Protection's refusal of care allowance for daughter

Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 03:47:00 PM
'>A mother who was refused a care allowance for her daughter who has a number of disorders was not entitled to appeal the refusal years later, the Court of Appeal has ruled. A mother who was refused a care allowance for her daughter who has a number of disorders was not entitled to appeal the refusal years later, the Court of Appeal has ruled.

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