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 2023-02-07 21:52 

Irish Independent

Why did scientists name new disease-killing molecule after Keanu Reeves?...

A natural antimicrobial product named after Hollywood actor Keanu Reeves is effective against fungi that cause diseases in both plants and humans, according to a new study....

 2023-02-07 21:48 

RTE

New Irish Presbyterian Church Moderator chosen...

For the first time in a quarter of a century, a minister from a congregation in the Republic of Ireland will become Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland....

 2023-02-07 21:45 

Irish Times

More than 4,500 refugees and asylum seekers arrive in Ireland since start of the year...

The Government is scrambling to find more places to house new arrivals...

 2023-02-07 21:25 

Irish Times

Vandalism of Hill of Tara standing stone a ‘desecration’...

Lia Fil, said to be a coronation stone for High Kings, damaged by spray paint...

 2023-02-07 21:21 

Irish Independent

Shane Lowry to have Bray man Darren Reynolds as caddie up until the Masters in Augusta...

Shane Lowry will have Bray caddie Darren Reynolds on his bag up to the Masters and possibly beyond....

 2023-02-07 21:21 

Irish Independent

'A deep wound' - Archbishop Eamon Martin prays for 'stricken' earthquake victims as death toll passes 7,000...

Archbishop Eamon Martin and 13 Irish delegates have gathered at an assembly in Prague to pray for the victims of the devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria as the death toll soared above 7,200 this evening....

 2023-02-07 21:19 

Irish Independent

Turkey-Syria earthquake: death toll passes 7,000; anger as Assad forces bombed rebel town directly after disaster...

The Syrian regime has been criticised for bombing a town shortly after it was hit by the earthquake that has claimed at least 7,200 lives....

 2023-02-07 21:18 

Irish Times

‘They are very, very loved. This is a tough time for us’...

Families grapple with grief, anger and despondency as they wait for news of loved ones caught up in the massive Turkish and Syrian earthquake...

 2023-02-07 21:18 

Irish Times

ESB seeks information on staff alleged to have asked for payment to complete works...

Utility wants High Court to issue orders to compel Richmond Homes Ltd and Arkmount Construction Ltd to provide certain details...

 2023-02-07 21:16 

Irish Times

Nurse staffing levels in majority of stroke units ‘completely unacceptable’...

Expert warns of inadequate number of dedicated beds amid 58% reported rise in number of strokes...

 2023-02-07 21:11 

Irish Times

Nursing home charges advice ‘sound, accurate and appropriate’, Attorney General concludes...

Rossa Fanning argues that litigation is by nature 'adversarial';...

 2023-02-07 21:08 

Irish Independent

Sligo man (24) hit garda who was called to his home with an umbrella on the leg...

A 24 year old man who was before Sligo District Court charged with assaulting a garda had hit him on the leg with an umbrella, the court heard....

 2023-02-07 21:05 

Irish Independent

UN nuclear chief highlights urgency of talks with Iran over uranium stockpile...

The head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog emphasised the urgency of resuscitating diplomatic efforts to limit Iran's nuclear program, saying the situation could quickly worsen if negotiations fail....

 2023-02-07 21:00 

Irish Times

The Irish Times view on the earthquake in Turkey and Syria: another crisis for a troubled region...

The scale of devastation following Monday's earthquake is enormous - international aid on a massive scale needs to flow and cannot be hindered by politics - either local of international...

 2023-02-07 20:58 

Irish Independent

James Norton criticises PM's maths plan: We need to keep nurturing the arts...

Actor James Norton has criticised the Prime Minister's plan for all pupils in England to study some form of maths until the age of 18, saying "we need to keep nurturing the arts"....

 2023-02-07 20:54 

Irish Times

Planning Bill to bring ‘greater clarity, consistency and certainty’...

Bill aims to respond to population increase and reduce demand for judicial review, which will still be accessible, officials say...

 2023-02-07 20:51 

Irish Times

Middle East earthquake rescue efforts hampered as death toll passes 7,000...

Unknown number of people remain trapped as efforts to find survivors are frustrated by freezing conditions, aftershocks and damaged roads...

 2023-02-07 20:50 

Irish Times

The Irish Times view on the national debt: Ireland’s financial iceberg...

Ireland has leeway in managing the national debt due to the drop in the interest rate on outstanding borrowings - but the scale of indebtedness still requires careful management and limits room for manoeuvre...

 2023-02-07 20:49 

Irish Independent

US navy releases first pictures of Chinese spy balloon recovery...

The US navy has used underwater drones, warships and inflatable vessels to gather all of the pieces of the massive Chinese spy balloon a fighter jet shot down off the coast of South Carolina....

 2023-02-07 20:45 

Irish Independent

Natalie McNally murder probe: Two men released unconditionally and no longer suspects in case...

A 32-year-old man and 46-year-old man previously arrested by police investigating the murder of Natalie McNally have both been released unconditionally....

 2023-02-07 20:43 

Irish Times

Argument for Eight Nations will grow if rugby gospel wants to be spread...

Italy's fine form makes case for expanding competition, and with a new chief at the helm it might just happen...

 2023-02-07 20:40 

Irish Times

Man charged in connection with ram raid at Hugo Boss store on Grafton Street...

The designer goods shop on Grafton Street was extensively damaged on January 19th...

 2023-02-07 20:30 

Irish Times

Higher Education GAA chairman says moving competitions before Christmas would devalue them...

Colm O'Rourke complained that playing Sigerson and Fitzgibbon alongside leagues is an 'abuse of players'...

 2023-02-07 20:30 

Irish Independent

Consolidation continues in the meat industry as Dawn Meats acquires Kildare Chilling...

Dawn Meats, one of Ireland's largest meat processors, has confirmed that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Kildare Chilling Company, a Kildare-based beef and lamb processor....

 2023-02-07 20:22 

Irish Times

Gang stole six tractors and a forklift and ‘ripped up’ Tidy Towns winning village...

The machinery was stolen from a yard at Bree, Malin in Co Donegal and driven in circles at the green, causing a large amount of damage to the area...

 2023-02-07 20:21 

Irish Times

Is this Guardiola’s last chance to win the Champions League with Manchester City?...

Premier League charges could lead to an end to manager's time at club given his vow to quit if he was lied to...

 2023-02-07 20:08 

Irish Independent

Why the GAA needs to ditch Brexit-like fixation with calendar year and start leagues in November...

Ridiculous. An absolute disgrace. An abuse of players. Strong words, powerfully delivered. That they were spoken by one of the highest-profile names in GAA piqued public interest....

 2023-02-07 20:05 

Irish Times

Family of farmer (47) who died on waiting list for surgery settles case...

Patrick Doyle was for several months on a waiting list to have his gallbladder removed when he collapsed...

 2023-02-07 20:05 

Irish Independent

Mother (44) who died from burn injuries after house fire claimed she had been set alight by ex-partner, inquest hears...

A woman who suffered fatal burn injuries from a fire at her Limerick home four years ago told garda and family members before she died that she had been set alight by her former partner, an inquest has heard....

 2023-02-07 20:03 

Irish Times

NCT test delays to be eased with extra resources, Ryan informed...

Transport document notes new bus routes will prioritise remote rural areas with Ukrainian refugees...

 2023-02-07 20:00 

Irish Independent

Police 'will not tolerate' people breaking into houses looking for missing mother Nicola Bulley...

Police investigating the disappearance of Nicola Bulley have warned they "will not tolerate" people committing criminal offences by breaking into empty or derelict riverside properties to try to find the missing mother-of-two....

 2023-02-07 19:57 

Irish Times

Lack of any Irish presence at the World Cross-Country ‘alarming’ says leading coach...

Feidhlim Kelly recognises the challenges in getting to Bathurst, still sees some missed opportunities by Athletics Ireland...

 2023-02-07 19:53 

Irish Independent

Friends' David Schwimmer among stars for this year's Great Celebrity Bake Off...

Friends star David Schwimmer, reality TV personality Gemma Collins and Olympian Tom Daley are among the famous faces who will compete in the new series of The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up to Cancer....

 2023-02-07 19:47 

Irish Times

Woman who died from burn injuries told family she had been set alight by former partner...

Inquest into death of Martina Kiely hears Garda investigation found no foul play or anything suspicious...

 2023-02-07 19:41 

Irish Times

Charlie Bird says kindness of strangers has helped him overcome fear of death...

The former RT News chief correspondent was diagnosed with motor neuron disease two years ago...

 2023-02-07 19:37 

Irish Times

Small boats to Dover are big political issue for Britain...

London hints at UK leaving European Convention on Human Rights if outside courts try to dilute its planned crackdown on migrants...

 2023-02-07 19:37 

Irish Times

Taming inflation will still take a ‘significant period of time’ - says Federal Reserve chair...

Jay Powell said the 'disinflationary process' still has a 'long way to go' and was still in its early stages...

 2023-02-07 19:33 

Irish Independent

Grassroots...

BALLYMANUS...

 2023-02-07 19:33 

Irish Independent

Meath prove a bridge too far for Wicklow hurlers in league opener...

Meath 2-24...

 2023-02-07 19:32 

Irish Independent

Clubcall...

WICKLOW ROVERS...

 2023-02-07 19:32 

Irish Independent

Shillelagh B rule the roost after Youths League battle with club brothers...

Shillelagh United B 4...

 2023-02-07 19:32 

Irish Independent

Arklow CBS prove too strong for Coliste Bhrde in Carnew...

Arklow CBS 4-11...

 2023-02-07 19:32 

Irish Independent

Arklow Town march into last 16 of the National Cup as Wicklow and Ashford Rovers bow out...

Arklow Town 2...

 2023-02-07 19:32 

Irish Independent

Bray Wanderers getting down to business after busy pre-season campaign...

Shelbourne 1...

 2023-02-07 19:32 

Irish Independent

Bray Wanderers should be prepared for a battle when they travel to face New Oak on Sunday...

Bray Wanderers travel to Burrin Road in Carlow this Sunday at 2pm for the eagerly awaited Leinster Senior Cup fourth-round clash and the Seagulls should treat this fixture with caution with the Carlow side eyeing up a giant-killing that would see them thr...

 2023-02-07 19:32 

Irish Independent

Newtown need penalties to put Carnew to the sword in Wicklow Cup battle...

Newtown United A 2...

 2023-02-07 19:31 

Irish Independent

Glencormac turn on the style against leaders Arklow Town...

Premier Division...

 2023-02-07 19:31 

Irish Independent

St Peter's prevail after Wicklow Cup clash with Ashford Rovers A...

St Peter's 2...

 2023-02-07 19:31 

Irish Independent

Wicklow ladies set for big Limerick test this weekend...

The Wicklow ladies will hope to maintain their strong start to the Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 4 Group B Round 3 campaign when they welcome Limerick to Baltinglass on Sunday at 2pm for their second game....

 2023-02-07 19:31 

Irish Independent

Sadness at the passing of former Wicklow hurler Hugh Cooney...

There was great sadness in Wicklow GAA circles this week when the news reached us that former Barndarrig and Wicklow hurler Hugh Cooney had passed away....

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