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Wet start to bank holiday as nationwide rain forecast This October bank holiday weekend is set to start off wet and blustery, as rain is forecast to extend across the country this afternoon.
New nightclub and venue rules 'unworkable' - Vintners New rules requiring nightclubs and venues to be ticket-only from next week have been described by the sector as unworkable and impossible to implement.
Baldwin told prop gun was safe before fatal shooting Alec Baldwin was handed what was described as a safe "cold gun" on the set of his movie 'Rust', but the prop gun contained live rounds when it was fired, according to details of the police investigation into the fatal ...
Virus takes turn for worst, but there's time to recover This was among the strangest of many strange weeks during the pandemic.
How you can offset price rises coming this winter Consumer prices are rising and householders will bear the brunt of the hikes this winter with utility bills taking a particular hit. However, some of the increases in the cost of living can be offset by simply switching service providers.
Collision course: Why Poland threatens EU legal order The stand-off over Poland and the supremacy of EU law has presented national capitals with an enormous political and legal headache.
UN fears 'mass atrocity crimes' in northern Myanmar The United Nations has said it fears an even greater human rights catastrophe in Myanmar amid reports of thousands of troops massing in the north of the country, which has been in chaos since a February coup.
US says senior Al-Qaeda leader killed in drone strike The United States has said a senior al-Qaeda leader has been killed in a US drone strike in Syria.
Licensing system proposed for Dublin city soup runs A report has recommended a licensing system for soup runs in Dublin claiming that they are causing anti social problems in the city centre and are not helping the homeless.
Biden and Macron hold talks as US seeks to mend ties US President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron discussed strengthening European defenses in a telephone call today, the White House said as Washington seeks to mend ties after a bitter row over submarine contracts.
EU will not negotiate on NI Protocol forever - Coveney EU negotiations with the UK over the Northern Ireland Protocol may end at the end of the year if no progress is being made, Simon Coveney has warned.
Woman seriously injured by firework in Galway city A woman in her early 20s has been injured after being struck in the face by a firework in Galway overnight.
Man sentenced to life in prison for murder of his wife A 39-year-old man has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his wife at their home in Dublin four years ago.