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Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post The group Lively won the Wexford selection event of the Irish Youth Music Awards. Sasha's song 'Angel' was selected by the other performers on the day. Lively will represent Wexford singing their own song 'Be okay' and Sasha's song at ...
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Scars remind woman of 'demonic actions' of attacker A young woman whose throat was cut by a 15-year-old boy two days before Christmas 2017, has said her scars would remind her forever of his "demonic actions".
May says 'not sufficient support' for third Brexit vote The British Prime Minister Theresa May has acknowledged that there is not enough support in the House of Commons for her to bring back her Brexit deal for a third "meaningful vote".
US officially recognises Israeli sovereignty over Golan US President Donald Trump has signed a decree saying the United States recognizes Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
Israel launches strikes on Hamas in Gaza after rocket The Israeli military has begun carrying out strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza, hours after a Palestinian rocket struck a house near Tel Aviv.
FAI staff had pay cut while Delaney rent paid - SIPTU SIPTU members working for the Football Association of Ireland are asking for an explanation of why they had pay cuts at a time that the organisation began paying rent for CEO John Delaney.
McCarthy urges fans not to protest at Georgia match Mick McCarthy said he might bring a tennis racquet with him to Lansdowne Road as Ireland take on Georgia at the Aviva Stadium tomorrow night, as reports suggests fans unhappy with the FAI's governance may protest by throwing tennis balls ...
GSOC to investigate circumstances around death of man The Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission is to carry out a criminal investigation into the circumstances that led to the death of a man after an incident at the emergency department of the Midland Regional Hospital in Mullingar at the weekend.
'Zero work' done by gardaí around hard border - Harris The Garda Commissioner has said "zero work" has been done around the implementation of a hard border, as a result of the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
Norwegian introduces temporary transatlantic timetable Norwegian Air has published details of a temporary transatlantic schedule for the first two weeks of April as it attempts to deal with the ongoing fallout from the grounding of Boeing 737 MAX aircraftused in its Irish fleet.
Drunk driver given four-year sentence over fatal crash A 21-year-old man has been given a four-year jail term for being drunk and driving dangerously causing the death of a 42-year-old Co Clare man three years ago.
Govt to 'find a way' to bring woman home from Syria Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has said the Government will try to find a way to bring former Defence Forces member Lisa Smith and her child home from the Middle East.
INMO warns more strikes likely if pay row not settled The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation has warned that if industrial action by members is reinstated, it will be because of the employers' insistence on imposing a contract it described as "punitive".
BA passengers flown to Edinburgh instead of Dusseldorf British Airways passengers were mistakenly flown to Edinburgh rather than Dusseldorf this morning due to a paperwork error.
Decision to be made on future of Local Link bus service A decision will be made at the end of this month on whether to continue to fund the Local Link evening bus service which runs at weekends in rural areas.
No-deal Brexit 'becoming increasingly likely' - EU European Union officials in Brussels have said a no-deal Brexit is "becoming increasingly likely".
Trump cleared of conspiracy by Mueller investigation US President Donald Trump has declared that he had been completely exonerated after his campaign was cleared of colluding with Russia in the 2016 election, in a major boost for his re-election hopes.