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Respite care shortfall scuppers Marie’s chance for first holiday in over two years
An exhausted full-time carer who hasn’t had a break in more than two years will know today whether she has to cancel her first holiday, bought as a present by her family, due to the lack of respite care for her husband.
Ireland: BreakingNews.ie
Taoiseach: Brexit talks hit ‘rocky patch’
Brexit talks have entered a “rocky patch” as there are “obvious problems” with British proposals, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.
Ireland: BreakingNews.ie
Help to fix search ops oversight failings
The Irish Aviation Authority is to get additional resources to implement changes proposed in a report highlighting a fragmented and sometimes disconnected level of oversight of search and rescue aviation operations.
Ireland: BreakingNews.ie
Comment: Taoiseach ploughs his own furrow  at National Ploughing Championship
He may never have enlisted, but Taoiseach Leo Varadkar made his way through the ploughing with military precision.
Ireland: BreakingNews.ie
Shane Ross denies claims he is ignoring his duties
Transport Minister Shane Ross has denied claims he is ignoring his own ministerial responsibilities and said he is not at fault for controversial bus route changes in Dublin, Cork and Galway.
Ireland: BreakingNews.ie
Family of woman killed on road ‘haunted by death’
The family of a woman who was killed in a traffic accident have said that they are haunted by her death each day.
Ireland: BreakingNews.ie
Brexit no-deal budget demanded by Fianna Fáil
An emergency fund to save Brexit-hit agri-food groups and SMEs in the event of a no-deal must be factored into the budget, Fianna Fáil has told the Government.
Ireland: BreakingNews.ie
Veteran in Kenya backs Irish soldiers
While many former soldiers took to the streets of Dublin to highlight the dire pay and conditions endured by their serving compatriots, one man took it upon himself to show solidarity by holding his own march 11,600km away.
Ireland: BreakingNews.ie
Bid to establish motive after shots fired in city
Gardaí are still trying to establish a motive after three shots were fired in a built-up area on the northside of Cork City.
Ireland: BreakingNews.ie
Defamation action application adjourned
Former Garda commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan application to be allowed bring a defamation action against a national daily newspaper has been adjourned.
Ireland: BreakingNews.ie