25 July 2021
6 month ago
Police have begun an investigation into potential breaches of Covid19 regulations at the funeral of an IRA veteran in Derry
A gunman who shot a Kinahan cartel target five times faces up to life in prison for attempted murder. James 'Mago' Gately survived a drive-by shooting at a filling station in Dublin in 2017
A gunman who shot a Kinahan cartel target five times faces up to life in prison for attempted murder
Some 3,500 relatives of people killed during the Northern Ireland conflict have urged the British and Irish governments to fully investigate the decades of violence
PSNI has said the Continuity IRA may have opened fire on a civilian helicopter in County Fermanagh last week, rather than one belonging to the police. Security alert still going on in Wattlebridge, near Newtownbutler
Police say dissident Republicans may have fired shots at a civilian helicopter near Newtownbutler last Thursday. (Continuity IRA claims that it targeted a PSNI helicopter during searches for a suspicious device in Wattlebridge Road have previously been dismissed)
Ireland's Deputy Chief Medical Officer has warned of "difficult days ahead" as COVID19 hospital admissions continue to rise
Irish Minister for European Affairs: The EU Commission has provided our Perm Rep in Brussels with details of the Brexit Adjustment Reserve, which I discussed with Commissioner Hahn today. Ireland will receive about 25% of the fund due to impact of Brexit on Ireland
Major retailers into Northern Ireland - including M&S and Tesco - have experienced temporary disruption while they adapt to post-Brexit arrangements
6 month ago
Ireland closes schools for rest of the month due to coronavirus surge: govt
Fresh dispute over Rockall after Scottish patrol boat blocks County Donegal fishing vessel from entering its waters6 month ago
Fresh dispute over Rockall after Scottish patrol boat blocks County Donegal fishing vessel from entering its waters
6 month ago
A nursing home in Limerick has confirmed the deaths of eight residents in a COVID19 outbreak, describing it as "very upsetting" Killeline Care Centre also confirmed the majority of its 100 staff have contracted the virus
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tony Holohan has issued a stark warning that Ireland "can't deal with" the current level of COVID19 infection It comes as over 11,000 new cases were recorded in two days
Ireland's positivity rate has reached 30%, up from 5% less than 2 weeks ago - Reuters
Dublin Fire Brigade:Overnight firefighter/paramedics were called to a road traffic collision in Dolphins Barn. The rescue truck pictured has no ladders or water tank but instead carries specialist equipment for collisions, water rescues and prolonged incidents
Ireland welcomes the Brexit agreement between Britain and the European Union
Dublin Fire Brigade: Firefighter/Paramedics from Swords fire station working with our emergency ambulance from Kilbarrack today.
Ireland imposes restrictions on air and sea flights coming from Britain, after the emergence of a new strain of Coronavirus in the Kingdom
Dublin Fire Brigade: Firefighters from HQ extinguished a car on fire on Commons Street yesterday evening. Car fires can produce a lot of smoke and steam which generate a lot of 999/112 call to our control centre
Dublin Fire Brigade: Firefighters from Donnybrook evacuated eight houses on Palmerston Park this morning following a strong smell of gas from road drains. An elevated level of methane gas was detected. @DubCityCouncil drainage vented the drains and are investigating the cause
7 month ago
A man has been arrested in Newry in connection with violent dissident republican activity. He was detained after a house was searched in the Derrybeg area this morning. The 45 year-old suspect is currently being questioned at Musgrave Serious Crime suite
Iran: 9 years imprisonment for an Iranian-British researcher on charges of sabotage
UK: Four Royal Navy patrol vessels will be ready from January 1 to help Britain protect its fishing waters in the event of a no-deal Brexit, The Guardian reported on Friday7 month ago
UK: Four Royal Navy patrol vessels will be ready from January 1 to help Britain protect its fishing waters in the event of a no-deal Brexit, The Guardian reported on Friday
Gardaí investigating the brutal murder of Drogheda teen Keane Mulready Woods have arrested one of the main suspects
UK says deal reached with EU on Northern Ireland post-Brexit trade
Dublin Fire Brigade: Firefighters from Swords extinguished a car alight on Turvey Avenue earlier this evening.
Dublin Fire Brigade: Firefighters responded to this vacant house fire in Finglas in the early hours of this morning. The fire hydrant was some distance from the appliance, so you can appreciate how important it is for them to be clear of obstacles and in good working order. No injuries
7 month ago
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney warns that frustration is building within the EU as efforts to broker a post-Brexit trade deal continue: Some countries are becoming "resigned" to the idea of Britain crashing out with no trade deal in place
Ireland's foreign minister Simon Coveney says EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier has given a "very gloomy, downbeat" assessment of the prospects for a deal to EU ambassadors
7 month ago
The UK government's plans for a new trade border in the Irish Sea are in a "mess" and will not be operationally ready by January 1 despite the creation of a £200m support service, Northern Irish trade bodies have warned.
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