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Residents in Cork fearful of another landslide

Residents affected by a wall collapse and landslide in an historic part of Cork city say they are living in constant fear of another landslide....

Emergency scheme needed to solve flooding problems for farmers: Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran

An emergency scheme must be put in place for farmers following significant flooding on the banks of the River Shannon, says outgoing minister of state for the Office of Public Works (OPW)and Flood Relief, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran....

Consultant warns 'no capacity' to deal with coronavirus outbreak as Harris predicts Irish case highly likely

System has ‘no capacity’ to deal with outbreak, says consultant...

Eoin Ó Broin on SF party contributions: 'What TDs do with their own salaries is their own business'

A Sinn Féin TD who is one of nine not to have made an expected contribution to the party over the past three years says that how a TD spends their money is “their own business”....

Setback for 22-turbine Cork windfarm plan

A company planning to build a 22-turbine windfarm on a site once earmarked for a €48m municipal landfill has received a setback ....

Jury begins deliberating in Patricia O'Connor trial

A jury has begun deliberating in the trial of a 35-year-old man accused of murdering a retired grandmother, whose dismembered remains were found scattered across the Dublin and Wicklow mountains nearly three years ago....

Martin Ferris slams those behind grafitti supporting man accused of Lyra McKee murder

Vandals have daubed graffiti supporting the man accused of the murder of journalist Lyra McKee on road signs in Kerry....

Group campaigning for cross-border University to run Seanad candidate from Derry

Campaigners for a new cross-border university for Derry and Donegal say they intend to keep the issue on the national agenda by running a candidate in the forthcoming Seanad Éireann elections....

Bank gets permission to proceed against siblings over Strokestown farm at centre of controversial eviction

The High Court has granted KBC Bank permission to bring proceedings which could result in three siblings being jailed over their alleged failure to comply with an order to vacate a Co. Roscommon farm that was the centre of a controversial eviction....

Leo Varadkar talks about govt formation while inspecting flood defences

Leo Varadkar has refused to be drawn on whether he would demand a rotating Taoiseach arrangement in any coalition deal with Fianna Fáil....

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