Cliff Richard wins privacy case against BBC (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Singer Cliff Richard has won his High Court privacy case against the BBC over its coverage of a police raid on his home.

Drowning victims in water for hours before rescue (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
The two people who died after a boat capsized off the coast of Malin Head in Co Donegal have been named as Gerry Doherty and 16-year-old Thomas Weir.

Concerns MetroLink will impose 'Berlin Wall' in Dublin (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
A proposed new MetroLink rail service has been compared to imposing a 'Berlin Wall' on south Dublin as it will segregate communities, an Oireachtas committee has heard.

Freeman writes to councils seeking Presidential run (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Independent Senator Joan Freeman has written to a number of county councils to ask them to convene meetings so that she can seek their support her for the presidency.

€173m invested in research by Science Foundation (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
€173 million was invested in research here by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) last year, the organisation's annual report shows.

High Court grants injunction over school site pickets (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
The High Court has granted an injunction against subcontractors who have picketed school building sites at Wexford and Bray in protest at the non-payment of money owed to them.

Teenager reported missing in Co Louth (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Gardaí have issued an appeal for information about a teenager who is missing in Co Louth

Keane urges support for Liam Miller tribute (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Roy Keane says the footballing world is still in shock over the death of Liam Miller.

Three people interviewed under caution over Grenfell (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Detectives investigating the Grenfell Tower Fire have carried out three interviews under caution as it considers whether offences including gross negligence manslaughter, corporate manslaughter and breaches of the Health and Safety Act have been committed.

Paisley Jnr suspended over non-declaration of benefits (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
The Commissioner for Standards in the House of Commons at Westminster has recommended that DUP MP Ian Paisley Jnr be suspended for 30 days over non-declaration of £100,000 in hospitality from the government in Sri Lanka.

Man arrested over €3m MDMA and Ketamine seizure (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
A man has been arrested after Ketamine and MDMA with an estimated street value of €3m was seized in north Dublin as part of an operation targeting drug importation.

E. coli outbreak leads to closure of Galway creche (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
An outbreak of E. coli has led to the closure of a crèche in north Co Galway.

Minister to meet Facebook management after exposé (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
The Minister for Communications has said he will be meeting Facebook management tomorrow in the wake of an exposé of practises and content moderation on the platform by a Channel 4 programme last night.

Sweden struggles to contain wildfires (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Dozens of forest wildfires are raging across Sweden, prompting the country to ask for emergency EU help to fight the blazes, which broke out during an extreme heatwave in the region.

Bradley brothers jailed for life for Lucan murder (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Two brothers have been jailed for life for the murder of a gunman who fired shots at their home in Dublin last year.

Thai cave boys and coach discharged from hospital (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
The 12 Thai boys and their football coach rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand waved, smiled and offered traditional "wai" greetings in their first public appearance at a national broadcast in the northern province of Chiang Rai.

Ryanair cancels 600 European flights due to strike (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Ryanair has cancelled 600 flights on 25 and 26 July due to industrial action by cabin crew workers.

National minimum wage to increase to €9.80 (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
The national minimum wage is to be increased by 25 cent to €9.80 per hour from January 2019, the Cabinet has agreed.

1,000 new customs and veterinary inspectors to be hired (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said Ireland will have to hire about 1,000 new customs and veterinary inspectors by 2021 to prepare our ports and airports for Brexit.

Johnson says border dominating Brexit debate (2018-07-19 00:15:00)
Britain's former foreign secretary Boris Johnson has said the UK has "allowed the question of the Northern Irish border to become so politically charged as to dominate the debate".

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