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 2023-02-02 11:34 

Irish Independent

Permanent TSB opens for business in Enniscorthy...

PERMANENT TSB has opened up a new branch in Enniscorthy, in the former Ulster Bank building on Rafter Street....

 2023-02-02 11:29 

Irish Independent

Wicklow receives 8.4 million for improved cycling and pedestrian infrastructure...

WICKLOW County Council has been allocated 8,409,000 from the NTA for walking and cycling infrastructure for 2023....

 2023-02-02 11:26 

Irish Times

Tom McKibbin quietly going about his business with first round 70 in Ras Al Khaimah...

20-year-old Holywood man ignoring comparisons to McIlroy in quest to be his own player...

 2023-02-02 11:26 

Irish Independent

Cork killer rapist guilty of hitting man on head with hammer...

A 38-year-old Mid-Corkman has been remanded in custody for sentence after he pleaded guilty to a vicious hammer attack which left another man needing emergency surgery on a serious head injury and the victim's mother also needing hospital treatment....

 2023-02-02 11:24 

Irish Independent

Wexford rugby fans to get the opportunity to meet their Leinster heroes...

LEINSTER Rugby are to give Wexford fans the opportunity to get up close and personal with their favourite players as they host an open training session in the model county....

 2023-02-02 11:19 

Irish Times

Government mining policy risks ‘degrading’ environment and damaging health, campaigners say...

New blueprint on mineral exploration aims to support 'environmentally sustainable mineral exploration and mining'...

 2023-02-02 11:13 

Irish Times

Eddie Dunbar withdraws from Volta a la Communitat Valenciana due to hand injury...

Corkman forced to withdraw after crashing halfway through Wednesday's opening stage...

 2023-02-02 11:05 

Irish Times

Women of Honour: Tánaiste to receive independent review into allegations of abuse...

Michel Martin said the report and its recommendations would be 'very important' and that there would be engagement with the relevant stakeholder groups and Defence Forces members...

 2023-02-02 11:00 

Irish Independent

Keshk restaurant review: 'It's busy and buzzy but the food at this popular BYOB haunt feels like it's stuck in a time warp'...

It's a rugby Saturday — Leinster are playing at home and have just seen off the French upstarts — and Upper Baggot Street, the stretch between Pembroke Road and the bridge, is busy....

 2023-02-02 10:59 

Irish Independent

Macroom Town Park 'medieval torture equipment' ready for use...

THERE may be some of you out there who see the photograph above and believe that somone has installed medieval torture equipment in the Town Park....

 2023-02-02 10:54 

Irish Independent

Amhrn na hEoraifse le roghn...

Is an am sin den bhliain ars n t amhrn na hireann chun seasamh ar r son sa Chomrtas Eoraifse le roghn ag an deireadh seachtaine, le linn eagrn den Late Late Show....

 2023-02-02 10:52 

Irish Independent

Macroom students are national champions in Brd Bia competition...

A team of four from Bishop McEgan College has won the national title in Brd Bia's Food For Thought competition which was held last week at the agency's hub in Dublin....

 2023-02-02 10:51 

Irish Independent

Work to save Iveagh Markets roof to begin after decades of decay...

Work on saving the roof of the historic Iveagh Markets building in Dublin is to begin immediately, councillors have been told....

 2023-02-02 10:50 

Irish Independent

Cork Fine Gael TD Michael Creed says reports of demise are 'greatly exaggerated'...

I had an interesting exchange with our local TD Michael Creed in the Town Square the other day when I emerged, blinking into bright (more or less) sunlight after a meeting of Macroom Muncipal District Council....

 2023-02-02 10:48 

RTE

More measures to ease cost of living possible - McGrath...

The Government may have to make further interventions to help households cope with the cost of living, Minister for Finance Michael McGrath has said....

 2023-02-02 10:47 

Irish Independent

Sad story of Michael McSweeney to be recalled in Rathmore...

On the coming Saturday, February 4, at 2pm at Shrone, near Rathmore, a commemoration will be held at the road side monument about a mile east of Shrone church....

 2023-02-02 10:46 

Irish Independent

We are building too low and too small — our density problem is inflaming the housing crisis...

The hastily arranged Department of Housing press conference last Thursday revealed the relief in G overnment that at last there was some good news to report....

 2023-02-02 10:46 

Irish Independent

Cork TD: Coillte deal will prove to be 'an uncontrollable beast'...

The Coillte-Gresham House partnership seems wrong on many levels....

 2023-02-02 10:45 

Irish Times

Johnny Sexton-backed fruit-infused water range Dash raises €9.8m...

UK-based zero-sugar, zero-calorie seltzer brand is targeting European expansion...

 2023-02-02 10:45 

Irish Independent

'For sure, it hurts' LIV rebel Cameron Smith sees No 1 target drift away but believes golf rankings are 'obselete'...

British Open champion and LIV golfer Cameron Smith said the world ranking system is becoming "obsolete" as a result of points not being awarded to events on the Saudi-backed series....

 2023-02-02 10:43 

Irish Times

Bakhmut battle at pivotal point as Russian attack intensifies...

Forces are bearing down on the city as Ukraine agonises over the cost of holding its ground...

 2023-02-02 10:43 

Irish Independent

North Cork fiddler to contest Riada musician-ship final...

North Cork fiddle player Caoimhe Flannery is among fifteen musicians from around the world taking part in the prestigious Bonn r U Riada musiscian-ship competition final to be held in Cork on Friday....

 2023-02-02 10:42 

Irish Independent

HSE announce details of walk-in COVID-19 vaccine this Bank Holiday weekend...

The HSE has announced that everyone aged 18 years and over who has not received their next dose of COVID-19 booster vaccine can go to the walk-in vaccination clinics running this Bank Holiday weekend....

 2023-02-02 10:40 

Irish Independent

Boy, five, attacked by mountain lion in rural Northern California...

A five-year-old boy has been attacked by a mountain lion while hiking with his mother and grandfather in rural Northern California....

 2023-02-02 10:35 

Irish Independent

Cork yields 4,076 new .ie domains in 2022...

A total of 4,076 .ie domains were registered in Cork during 2022, accounting for nine per cent of the nationwide total, according to a report issued this week by the body administering the domain abbreviation for Irish websites....

 2023-02-02 10:33 

Irish Independent

Long-serving BBC broadcasters to lose chief presenter roles amid channel merger...

Long-serving BBC broadcasters Martine Croxall, Jane Hill and Ben Brown are to lose their chief presenter roles as the corporation launches its new rolling news channel....

 2023-02-02 10:32 

Irish Independent

Cork TD urges councils to move early on dereliction funding...

BOTH local authorities in Cork should move early to secure as much of the new 150m fund to restore derelict and vacant buildings, Cork North West TD Michael Creed has urged....

 2023-02-02 10:30 

Irish Times

Binge drinking alters gut microbiome linked to behavioural changes – Irish scientists find...

'Most common pattern of alcohol misuse during early adulthood linked with gut microbiome alterations, even before addiction develops'...

 2023-02-02 10:27 

Irish Independent

Three townhouses planned for centre of Rathnew will involve demolition of commercial garage...

PLANS have been submitted to Wicklow County Council seeking permission to demolish an existing commercial garage located on Main Street in Rathnew and replace it with three townhouses....

 2023-02-02 10:27 

Irish Independent

Councillors call for solutions to solve safety issues outside Nuns Cross NS...

COUNCILLORS John Snell and Mary Kavanagh met with representatives from Nuns Cross National School to discuss ongoing safety issues which both elected members raised at last Monday's Wicklow Municipal District meeting....

 2023-02-02 10:26 

Irish Independent

All Ireland win for Cill na Martra show...

Although it's been three years since they last won the award, the Craobh Lachtan Naofa of CC can claim a second successive win in the All Ireland Scoraocht contest, the final of which was held in Cashel on Saturday. Covid intervened and led to the lon...

 2023-02-02 10:25 

Irish Independent

Ingenious Cork teens invent carbon reducer...

A device which could remove the harmful CO2 from car exhaust fumes has been invented by a group of ingenious Cork teenagers....

 2023-02-02 10:23 

Irish Times

Dublin tech start-up Frankie Health acquired by Unmind...

Outmind buys Irish mental health service for undisclosed sum...

 2023-02-02 10:22 

Irish Independent

Ballymote's Michael Lavin signs for Ipswich Town's Under 21 squad...

Ballymote native Michael Lavin sealed a transfer deadline day move to Ipswich Town's Under 21s, alongside two other Irish players....

 2023-02-02 10:20 

Irish Independent

Average loss to romance scams is nearly 12,000, says building society...

The average financial loss for victims of romance scams is nearly 12,000, according to data from Britain's biggest building society....

 2023-02-02 10:20 

Irish Independent

Residential vacancy rate in Wicklow was below national average for 2022...

872 residential buildings were under construction in Wicklow in December 2022, according to the latest GeoDirectory Residential Buildings Report....

 2023-02-02 10:14 

RTE

Stalingrad: 80 years ago, a victory that changed WWII...

The Battle of Stalingrad, which turned the tide of World War II 80 years ago when German forces capitulated to the Red Army, remains a powerful symbol of patriotism in Russia as it presses its war in Ukraine....

 2023-02-02 10:12 

Irish Times

Philippines grants US expanded access to military bases close to flashpoints involving China...

Announcement comes amid concerns over China's assertiveness in the disputed South China Sea...

 2023-02-02 10:08 

Irish Independent

Ukrainian diary: 'Ireland knows what it is like for an empire to repress your language'...

'Why do Ukrainians speak Russian when there is a war with Russia?" an Irish woman asked me. "Why do the Irish speak English?" I answered....

 2023-02-02 10:00 

Irish Independent

EU officials visit Kyiv as Russia hits civilian target...

Top European Union (EU) officials have arrived in Kyiv for talks with Ukrainian officials as rescue crews dig through the rubble of an apartment building hit by a Russian missile, killing at least three people and wounding about 20 others....

 2023-02-02 10:00 

Irish Independent

A New York morning with an eclectic mix of characters following their daily rituals...

Depending on what time we wake up, my day proceeds somehow it does so at a similar time....

 2023-02-02 09:57 

Irish Independent

Louth County Council looking for homes for Ukrainian refugees...

Louth County Council is appealing to anyone with an unoccupied house or apartments to offer them as temporary homes for those fleeing war in Ukraine....

 2023-02-02 09:50 

Irish Independent

Justice Minister Simon Harris says those 'stoking fear and hatred' will face 'full rigors of law'...

Justice Minister Simon Harris has warned that people who are...

 2023-02-02 09:47 

Irish Independent

Tralee priest Fr Amos on life in the parish 'It was hard getting to know the faces behind the masks'...

It's the small acts of kindness that make the most difference. Like the parishioner who bakes an apple tart every Wednesday for Fr Amos Surungai Ruto. A homely gesture many miles from his native Kitale in Kenya....

 2023-02-02 09:46 

Irish Independent

Katie Taylor's homecoming fight set for 3Arena in May - and tickets will be expensive...

The rematch between Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano will take place in Dublin's 3Arena on May 20....

 2023-02-02 09:44 

Irish Times

Ben Healy misses out on Scotland 23 for Six Nations opener with England...

Finn Russell keeps his place at outhalf with Blair Kinghorn covering on the bench...

 2023-02-02 09:39 

Irish Independent

Militant who killed 101 people at Pakistan mosque was wearing police uniform...

A suicide bomber who killed 101 people at a mosque in north-west Pakistan disguised himself in a police uniform and did not raise suspicion among guards, the provincial police chief said....

 2023-02-02 09:38 

Irish Times

The first Atlantic salmon of the year is landed at Careysville...

Ray O'Dwyer from Lismore, Co Waterford, lands the fresh fish on opening day of the season...

 2023-02-02 09:38 

Irish Independent

Louth County Council awarded over 5million Active Travel Funding...

There's good news fo Louth's walkers and cyclists with the allocation of 5.285million in funding for walking and cycling infrastructure under the Active Travel scheme....

 2023-02-02 09:37 

Irish Times

Australia’s $5 note to feature portrait honouring indigenous history instead of British monarch...

Plan not to have Britain's King Charles III on note generates fierce debate...

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