The Cranberries among Grammy Award nominees (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
Limerick band The Cranberries have been shortlisted for Best Rock Album at the Grammy Awards 2020.

Lucan murder victim was convicted criminal Wayne Whelan (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
Gardaí have identified the man whose body was found in a burning car in Lucan in Dublin last Monday night as a 42-year-old convicted criminal.

Prince Andrew steps back from public duties (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
Britain's Prince Andrew says he has stepped back from public duties for the foreseeable future in the wake of the Jeffrey Epstein controversy.

Taoiseach, Tánaiste back Wexford by-election candidate (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Tánaiste Simon Coveney have rowed in behind Fine Gael Wexford by-election candidate Verona Murphy after her comments on migrants and so-called Islamic State.

Spanish court orders Ryanair to cancel cabin bag fee (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
A Spanish court has ruled that Ryanair's policy of charging an extra fee for hand luggage is "abusive" and can no longer be levied in Spain.

Parents accused of facilitating FGM on young daughter (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
A mother and father have gone on trial for facilitating the female genital mutilation of their 21-month-old daughter.

Concern raised over harassment of people on bikes (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
Cycling groups have raised concerns about harassment of people on bikes - particularly women.

Calls for Bord na Móna management to engage with staff (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
There are calls for Minister for Climate Action and the Environment Richard Bruton to get Bord na Móna management to the WRC to engage "in a meaningful way" with the workers, the community and their representatives to look for a just transition.

Four arrested in inquiry into attacks on sex workers (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
Four men have been arrested following targeted attacks on sex workers who advertised services online.

Two men face charges over alleged sexual assault of boy (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
Two Kildare men have appeared in court facing charges relating to an alleged sexual assault on a teenage boy.

Vodafone to refund 73,000 customers a total of €417,000 (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
Vodafone is to refund nearly 73,000 customers a total of €416,972 after the regulator found it had not complied properly with customer information requirements.

Oxford names 'climate emergency' as word of the year (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
'Climate emergency' has been named as the Oxford Word of the Year for 2019.

UK should negotiate close ties with EU - Taoiseach (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that if Boris Johnson wants a quick free trade agreement with the EU then it would be in his interests to negotiate a very close relationship, rather than a bare bones Canada-type agreement.

A letter that triggers alarm bells for Fine Gael (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
If Fine Gael had hoped the "Maria Bailey affair" was going to slide into oblivion after the party de-selected its Dún Laoghaire TD her latest letter to local members will have disabused that notion.

Ambassador to EU brings Pompeo into Trump impeachment (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
A US envoy has said that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo directed him to coordinate Ukraine policy with President Donald Trump's lawyer, further implicating the top US diplomat in the impeachment drama.

Dublin criminal faces €738k tax bill after CAB appeal (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
Dublin criminal Martin Foley, who is known as "the Viper", has lost an appeal against CAB demanding tax and interest payments of almost €750,000.

Rarely shown images of 1950s Irish life go on display (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
An exhibition of rarely shown photographs portraying life in Ireland in the 1950s has gone on display.

'Christmas forever associated with Natasha's loss' (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
The father of Natasha Perie, who was kept on life support for four weeks against her family's wishes over concerns about the 8th Amendment, has spoken about the family's suffering following a High Court hearing.

An Post Irish Book Awards winners announced (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
A new golden age in Irish literature was celebrated at the An Post Irish Book Awards, with a host of Ireland's leading writers, publishers, booksellers and media personalities in attendance to see a diverse array of winners claim their awards.

HSE apologises to family of woman kept on life support (2019-11-21 00:15:00)
The HSE and the Regional Hospital Mullingar, have apologised to the family of a 26-year-old pregnant woman who was kept on life support against their wishes due to concerns about the Eighth Amendment.

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