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Investigation under way after Roscommon farm attack
Gardaí are to interview up to eight security guards who were attacked at a repossessed home near Strokestown in Co Roscommon.
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Irish hoteliers concerned about impact of Brexit
A survey by the Irish Hotels Federation has found that 90% of hoteliers in Ireland are concerned about the impact next year on their business from Brexit.
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Putting Christmas favourites to the test
The best seasonal fare from pate and brandy butter to biscuits and plum puddings
The Irish Times - News
North Korea condemns US over sanctions
North Korea has condemned the United States over its latest sanctions warning that it could block the path to denuclearisation on the Korean Peninsula forever.
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May to address Commons on Brussels summit
The British prime minister, Theresa May, will update MPs today on the outcome of last week's Brussels summit on Brexit, at which EU leaders told her the UK's Withdrawal Agreement could not be renegotiated.
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Five cases consumed 23% of compensation budget for crime victims
Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal’s fixed budget has led to large build-up of cases
The Irish Times - News
Older Irish consumers ‘care less about the ethics of businesses’
New study suggests younger buyers are more likely to demand higher ethical standards
The Irish Times - News
The rise and fall of bread baking as a craft industry
Cremore’s Pat Byrne believes baking has psychological benefits and instils security
The Irish Times - News
Catalogue of fire-safety issues leaves owners facing bills of up to €26,000
St James’s Wood complex built by respected Cosgrave Property Group in 2000
The Irish Times - News
Plan to allow council workers to wear Easter lily and poppy criticised
Staff at Derry City and Strabane to be asked for their views on wearing emblems
The Irish Times - News
€23m East Wall ‘Readymix’ site to be used for social housing
Plot of 1.6 acres bought by Dublin Docklands Development Authority in 2006
The Irish Times - News
Dublin apartment owners face €3m bill after discovery of fire risks
St James’s Wood, in Kilmainham, not built to fire-safety certificate requirements
The Irish Times - News
Louth woman appeals to Minister after partner deported
South African national Mark Morris is the father and primary carer of their five children
The Irish Times - News
New climate action rulebook is not sufficient, say scientists
UN summit in Poland signs off on implementation plan for Paris Agreement
The Irish Times - News
Drug firms get six-month Brexit exemption to safeguard supplies
HPRA waives relabelling requirements as industry steps up no-deal preparations
The Irish Times - News
Garda Reserve expansion halted after Future of Policing criticisms
Drew Harris’s launch of review to initiate large-scale Garda reform laid out by commission
The Irish Times - News
Minister says lives put at risk by failure over Dublin 999 ambulance calls
‘Convoluted’ delays in transferring calls could leave patients waiting up to eight minutes more
The Irish Times - News
Unions concerned by plan to give business bigger say in university funding
Industry to have central role in oversight of how €300m education fund is spent
The Irish Times - News
Leaving Cert pressure causing stress and ‘burnout’ among pupils
Students tell official review that senior cycle is crushing their creativity
The Irish Times - News
Retailers having to innovate to stay competitive
Despite changing consumer habits and ever-increasing online competition, Irish retailers have seen somewhat of a resurgence at tills this year, with sales rising by nearly 3%.
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'One of a kind' ancient tomb unveiled in Egypt
Egypt has unveiled a well-preserved 4,400-year-old tomb decorated with hieroglyphs and statues south of Cairo, and officials expect more discoveries when archaeologists excavate the site further in coming months.
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Government preparing for hard Brexit, says Coveney
Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has said that the Government is preparing for a hard Brexit.
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UK would 'flourish' even without Brexit deal, says Hunt
British cabinet tensions over the prospect of a no-deal Brexit look set to heighten after UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt insisted the UK would "flourish and prosper" even without an exit agreement.
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Hunt for gang after cash machine pulled from bank
A hunt is under way for a criminal gang involved in the theft of a cash machine from a bank in Co Monaghan overnight.
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No foul play in death of baby girl found on beach
Gardaí say a post-mortem examination has confirmed that there was no foul play involved in the death of a baby girl whose body was found on a north Dublin beach.
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Investigation into attack at repossessed Roscommon farm
Gardaí are investigating an attack at a house in the early hours of this morning in Co Roscommon.
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Limited progress after two weeks of Katowice climate talks
Absence of France, Germany and UK from COP24 hindered carbon emission goal
The Irish Times - News
Missing man located safe and well, say gardaí
A man who was reported missing earlier today has now been found safe and well, according to gardaí.
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Missing 27-year-old man found safe and well
Brian Wallace had been last seen at 8.30am on Sunday on the North Circular Road
The Irish Times - News
Irish volunteer arrested in Greece arrives home on bail
A humanitarian volunteer from Ireland who was earlier this year arrested on suspicion of human trafficking in Greece has arrived back home on bail.
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