3 October 2022
Hundreds have gathered for the vigil for Ashling Murphy outside Leinster House @rtenews
Irish Chair of Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs & Defence: The EU is committed to dialogue towards removing obstacles to progress on the path to peace for all in Bosnia Herzegovina. All leaders including the leadership of Republika Srpska, are urged to cease divisive language & inflammatory rhetoric & fully commit to working together
A cyclist in his 80s has died after a crash in Ballyfermot, Dublin yesterday. His bike and a car collided on the Killeen Road shortly before lunchtime. Gardaí are appealing for witnesses
Over €700,000 worth of drugs have been seized by revenue officers at Dublin Port
Dublin Fire Brigade: Firefighters from HQ have cleared a localised flood in Irishtown. Road drains were located and cleared and the excess water quickly drained
10 month ago
Revenue officers seized €160,000 worth of suspected cannabis herb during a search today with gardaí in Skerries
David Frost: Here's my statement after today's talks in Brussels with @MarosSefcovic on the Northern Ireland Protocol
The Minister for Foreign Affairs has said contracts between Irish aircraft leasing companies and the Belarusian national carrier will be hit by a fresh round of sanctions agreed by European Union foreign ministers against the Lukashenka government
A man found with a gunshot wound to the head in Dublin last week has died. Gardaí say his death is "as yet unexplained" and a postmortem will be carried out tomorrow
10 month ago
Plane that crashed on Wexford beach lost engine power after appearing to suffer from fuel loss
Metro bus evening services are to resume in Belfast after they were suspended over safety concerns. Two buses have been burned out in loyalist areas in the last 10 days in attacks linked to protests against Brexit's Northern Ireland Protocol
A man and woman and two young children (aged 5 and 10) have escaped injury after a shooting incident in East Belfast. Police say a single shotgun was fired through the front door of a house in the Tower Court area shortly after 10.25pm last night
A bus has been hijacked and set on fire in Northern Ireland, amid discontent over the trade deal struck as part of the U.K.'s departure from the EU (via AP)
Dublin Fire Brigade: Firefighters from Tallaght and Blanchardstown fought a house fire in Lucan yesterday evening. Breathing Apparatus crews contained the fire to one room. There were no injuries. Closing a door on a fire is the most effective way to slow the spread of smoke and fire
10 month ago
Police said four men boarded the double decker in Church Road near Rathcoole in Newtownabbey, Co Antrim, at about 7.45pm and ordered passengers off
11 month ago
Newtownards: At approximately 6.30am, two masked and armed men boarded the bus and poured fuel over the vehicle before setting it alight. The driver managed to get off the bus unharmed but has been left badly shaken by the incident
11 month ago
A double decker bus has been set on fire in Newtownards after the driver was ordered off at gunpoint by masked men who referenced the protocol, attack occurs on November 1 the deadline previously set by the DUP for progress on the NI protocol
Short update on brexit / NIP talks. "Britain continues to ask for the impossible" Message sent from Commission to all EU capitals
€150,000 worth of suspected cannabis plants and herb have been seized in Monaghan  Gardaí raided a house in Carrickmacross around 9pm last night  A man aged in his 20s was arrested at the scene11 month ago
€150,000 worth of suspected cannabis plants and herb have been seized in Monaghan Gardaí raided a house in Carrickmacross around 9pm last night A man aged in his 20s was arrested at the scene
Ireland's foreign min. Coveney: we are getting near to the moment when the EU will say enough and we cannot compromise anymore
Taoiseach @MichealMartinTD says Ireland "supports the accession agenda" in which Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, North Macedonia, Kosovo and Bosnia want to join the EU
A 37-year-old man arrested by detectives investigating an attempted robbery in the Waring Street area of Belfast on Saturday morning, 2 October, has been released on police bail pending further enquiries
12 month ago
The British government is said to have finalized a legal text that de facto overrides the Northern Ireland Protocol. Brexit Minister David-Frost expects the EU to be accommodating.
Drugs worth €113,200 have been seized in Westmeath. Gardaí found the heroin, cannabis, diazepam tablets & cocaine during the search of a house in Athlone last night  A male youth was arrested at the scene1 year ago
Drugs worth €113,200 have been seized in Westmeath. Gardaí found the heroin, cannabis, diazepam tablets & cocaine during the search of a house in Athlone last night A male youth was arrested at the scene
Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch is expected to be brought back to Ireland from Spain today to face charges over the Regency Hotel shooting  He was arrested in the Costa del Sol last month on foot of a European Arrest Warrant1 year ago
Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch is expected to be brought back to Ireland from Spain today to face charges over the Regency Hotel shooting He was arrested in the Costa del Sol last month on foot of a European Arrest Warrant
A man in his 20s has been treated in hospital after being struck on the head by a man armed with a hammer at a house in east Belfast. It happened after two men entered a property in the Mount area at around 4am. A 22 y/o man has been arrested and remains in police custody
Two men aged 24 and 29 have been arrested in connection with the murder of journalist Lyra McKee. The suspects were detained in Derry/Londonderry this morning under the Terrorism Act and have been taken to Musgrave police station
Ireland has been assured by the Netherlands there is no basis to reports that Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte would intervene in the NI Protocol dispute at the bidding of British prime minister Boris Johnson, according to Europe Minister @ThomasByrneTD
1 year ago
Boris Johnson reveals Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has offered to mediate between the U.K. and the EU over the Northern Ireland protocol
1 year ago
Pelosi says on Northern Ireland/BREXIT: if there is destruction of the Good Friday peace agreement, a U.S.-UK trade deal would be very unlikely
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