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Multiple pedestrians hit by van in Toronto
A van struck multiple people at a major intersection in Toronto's northern suburbs and the driver has been taken into custody, according to police.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Petrol bombs used in ‘ferocious encounter’ after Traveller row erupts
Nine plead guilty to violent disorder following families’ dispute over winner of ‘fair fight’
The Irish Times - News
Canney believed to be considering his options over IA
Sean Canney's future in the Independent Alliance remains in question tonight as he is said to be considering his options.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
David Davis finally visits Border, but doesn’t tell the press
British politician makes first trip to Border since becoming Brexit secretary
The Irish Times - News
British royal couple and newborn son return home
Kate Middleton, the wife of Britain's Prince William, has given birth to a baby son, with the proud parents and their newborn leaving St Mary's Hospital in London on Monday evening to return home to Kensington Palace.
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Pair jailed for torturing man have sentences reduced
A former Sinn Féin councilor who was jailed along with his father for torturing a man they suspected of trying to defraud them have had their jail terms cut on appeal.
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Rise in number of tourists experiencing crime - ITAS
Almost 900 tourists fell victim to a crime or other traumatic event while visiting Ireland in 2017.
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Tennessee shooting suspect in custody, says police
US police have arrested the suspect in connection with the fatal shooting of four people at a restaurant in Nashville, Tennessee.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Kildare landowners object to purchase order for pumping station
Irish Water wants to increase capacity of system serving Newbridge
The Irish Times - News
Brexit Secretary Davis visits border in Co Armagh
Britain's Brexit Secretary David Davis has made a two-hour visit to the border area.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Irish Ferries may have to pay compensation for cancelled crossings
Sailing cancellations between July 12th and July 29th may hit up to 10,000 customers
The Irish Times - News
Nursing home resident gets order against squatter
Man given four weeks to leave house in Blackrock, Co Dublin
The Irish Times - News
Student challenges refusal of a reader assistant for Junior Cert
Girl with dyspraxia, and speech and language difficulties sues examination commission
The Irish Times - News
Firm denies wrongdoing over alleged data breach at INM
A company which provided data retrieval services for Independent News and Media has denied any wrongdoing following coverage of allegations of a data breach at the newspaper publisher.
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Verdict of death by unlawful killing at Golden inquest
A verdict of death by unlawful killing has been returned at the inquest into the death of Garda Tony Golden.
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Galway town campaigning to end single-use packaging
A town in Co Galway is trying to eliminate use of plastic packaging this week in an effort to promote greater environmental awareness.
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IRFU withdraws job advertisement for unpaid internship
The Irish Rugby Football Union has withdrawn a job advertisement for an unpaid internship which would have required the successful candidate to have a Masters or a PhD.
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Tesco employee who slipped in toilet and fractured his wrist awarded €65,000
Use of smooth ceramic tiles in factory toilet was unsafe and dangerous, says judge
The Irish Times - News
Lufthansa flight makes emergency call before Dublin landing
Cracked cockpit windshield triggers alert from aircraft with 149 passengers aboard
The Irish Times - News
Repeal mural removed at request of Charities Regulator
The Charities Regulator has said a mural that was painted on the wall of the Project Arts Centre in Dublin had to be removed because it was a political advertisement in relation to the referendum on the Eighth Amendment.
RTÉ News - News Headlines
Review recommends orchestra becomes independent body
An independent review of orchestral services in RTÉ has recommended that the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra be established as an independent body, or as part of the National Concert Hall and funded by Government.
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Challenge brought over striking out of Clerys charges
A High Court challenge has been brought against a lower court's decision to strike out charges linked to redundancies at Clerys department store in Dublin due to delays of disclosure of evidence.
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Fair City star to be sentenced for punching and biting ex-partner
Patrick Fitzpatrick, who played Carrigstowon villain Zumo Bishop, has case adjourned
The Irish Times - News
Tenders sought for facial-image software for public services card
Contentious card scheme costs State €60m to date, with over three million cards issued
The Irish Times - News
Two men arrested in connection with Derek Coakley-Hutch killing
Duo being held at Dublin Garda stations over the shooting of 27-year-old father of two
The Irish Times - News
Scouting Ireland declines invite to Oireachtas cttee
Scouting Ireland has declined an invitation to appear before the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Children and Youth Affairs this week.
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Mary Phelan funeral told search for sister Jo Jo Dullard will continue
Mrs Phelan campaigned for more than 20 years to find sister who was last seen in 1995
The Irish Times - News
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin says church must be ‘pro-life’
Church needs to be beacon of support at any ‘vulnerable moment along the path of life’
The Irish Times - News
Two arrested over murder of Derek Coakley-Hutch
Two men have been arrested over the murder of a man at a halting site in Dublin earlier this year.
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Bertie Ahern warns hard border would be a 'disaster'
Former taoiseach Bertie Ahern has said at the time the Good Friday was being conceived in 1998, "none of us mentioned the fact that the UK might be out of the EU", adding "there are a number of references in the GFA where we thought we would continue to co-operate".
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