Map. History of Ireland conflict

20 September 2018
Gardaí say that a large amount of property was taken during a burglary at a shopping centre in Athlone overnight
6 month ago
Snow accumulations on the roads outside Monageer in Co Wexford
Eight men have appeared in court charged in connection with two burglaries at two shops in west Dublin last night
National Emergency Coordination Group chairperson Sean Hogan has said snowfalls from Storm Emma have been greatly diminished, but those affected by large drifts are being asked to stay in touch by phone
The frozen Avoca River in Arklow town
Aerial footage taken by the Irish Air Corps between Shannon and Athlone this morning
Snow ploughs on the M11 near Barndarrig
6 month ago
Theresa May: (Irish border) UK governments have worked tirelessly to bring about peace, we need to protect that peace and I have put the Belfast agreement at the heart of the UK's approach
6 month ago
It would be unacceptable to break up the UK's common market with a customs border in the Irish Sea - Theresa May
National Emergency Coordination Group chairperson Sean Hogan has said conditions remain dangerous and that the public should exercise high levels of care and keep off roads
Clearing snow in Narraghmore Co Kildare this morning
Cork County Council has warned of very high spring tides and the risk of coastal flooding over the next few days in Midleton, Youghal, Clonakilty and Bantry
All flights are cancelled due to weather conditions in Dublin. The airport is closed but will reopen
Snow storms shut Ireland and force Britain to call in the army
"Please stay off the roads until they are cleared," says Sean Hogan, Chairperson of the National Emergency Co-ordination Group
The National Emergency Coordination Group has withdrawn the public safety advice to stay indoors after the passing of blizzard conditions
The figures from official Met Éireann stations show that between 5-12cm of snow fell up to 6am this morning. There are unofficial reports of higher amounts throughout the country
Swiss weather model predicts more than 4 FEET of SNOW for Ireland near Dublin until Saturday
[email protected] says no one should be on the roads after 4pm today
Dublin Bus has said it will not be operating services tomorrow
Minister for Transport Shane Ross says people are being urged to be home by 4pm before StormEmma hits Ireland
6 month ago
Boris Johnson: Irish border issue is being used to keep UK in customs union and single market
@eucopresident Tusk: the EU wants to prevent a hard border, so if there is no other solution, we have the proposal to establish a common regulatory area on the island of Ireland
Speaking at the National Emergency Coordination Group, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says people should only call on the emergency services in genuine emergencies during the storm
6 month ago
Irish Minister for Transport Shane Ross has said there will be "controlled disruption" to public transport tomorrow but it will be back as soon as is safe.
@campaignforleo about the worsening weather conditions: You may have faced inconvenience and disruption today. Tomorrow, if you are in Munster and Leinster, you will face extremely hazardous conditions. Please heed the warnings
Government departments and agencies that do not provide essential services will close tomorrow and Friday, Taoiseach says in National Emergency Coordination Group update
US President @realDonaldTrump has proclaimed March 2018 as Irish-American Heritage Month
6 month ago
All schools including primary, post primary and third level institutions will close in Leinster and Munster tomorrow and Friday
6 month ago
PM May: (managed divergence) I'll be making a speech on this later this week, we want to ensure that across a variety of sectors – goods and services – that we get the deal that ensures we are able to see trade going across borders, and that we have no hard border in Ireland
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