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Irish and UK tourism operators sit down to do business (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
As the clock counts down on brexit, there were two big digital clocks counting down on the wall of the ballroom in the Landmark Hotel in Carrick-on-Shannon all day today as Irish and UK tourism businesses sat down to do business.

Flanagan calls on locals in Oughterard to 'step back' (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
The Minister for Justice has called on people in Oughterard, Co Galway, to "step back" and allow the process for selecting new centres for Direct Provision to take place.

Zappone confirms she was aware of Dublin creche issues (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
The Minister for Children has confirmed that she was aware of issues regarding the Hyde and Seek Creche chain in July 2018.

Three held, gun seized over suspected plot to kill (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Gardaí say they believe they prevented another murder over the weekend linked to an ongoing feud in north Dublin.

Farmer unions advocate for support in no-deal scenario (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Agriculture has to be kept at the top of the political agenda in the event of a No Deal Brexit, according to the IFA.

New clampdown launched on social welfare fraud (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
A new clampdown on social welfare fraud will include increased inspections and penalties for employers who falsely claim that workers are self-employed.

Harris: Plan to phase in free GP care for under 12s (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Minister for Health Simon Harris intends to publish legislation before the end of the year to provide free GP care for all children under the age of 12.

Oil prices soar after attack on Saudi facilities (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Oil prices have seen a record surge after attacks on two Saudi facilities slashed output in the world's top producer by half, fuelling fresh geopolitical fears.

Petrol and diesel prices could rise 'significantly' (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Motorists are being advised to expect an increase in petrol and diesel prices as a result of surge in the cost of a barrel of oil.

Co Louth forest search in Saoirse Smyth murder inquiry (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
A search is under way of a forested area in Omeath, Co Louth, as part of the investigation into the murder of Belfast woman Saoirse Smyth.

'World first' as drone delivers insulin to Aran Islands (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Researchers from NUI Galway have successfully used drone technology to deliver diabetes medication to the Aran Islands.

Watch: Special needs and education explained (2019-09-17 00:15:00)


Deadline closing to join RTÉ Youth Assembly on Climate (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Make your voice heard at this landmark event in the Dáil this November.

Referendum to extend presidential voting rights (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Legislation that paves the way for a referendum on extending voting rights to Irish citizens living abroad in presidential elections has been published.

Stormont Assembly could help resolve Brexit impasse (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Northern Ireland Secretary Julian Smith has said that a revived Stormont Assembly could be part of the solution to the Brexit impasse.

Minister working on strategy to ban single-use plastics (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Minister for Climate Action and Environment Richard Bruton has he would like to introduce a nationwide ban on single use plastics and is considering applying fees to manufacturers who wrap supermarket products in non-recyclable plastics.

Still no viable Brexit proposals from UK, says EU (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Britain has still not proposed any workable alternatives to the backstop in the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, according to the European Union.

Meadow Meats owners warn plant could close permanently (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
The owners of the Meadow Meats plant in Rathdowney, Co Laois, have warned the facility may close as a result of the ongoing blockade by protesters.

Johnson skips news conference following Brexit meetings (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has skipped a planned news conference with Luxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel after he met European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to discuss Brexit.

12 men disqualified over dangerous driving in Killarney (2019-09-17 00:15:00)
Twelve young men have been disqualified from driving for two years after being found guilty of dangerous driving during  the Rally of the Lakes festival in Killarney last May.




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