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Scotland and Donegal Gaeltacht strike trade partnership A new alliance has been agreed between Scotland and the Donegal Gaeltacht to help both sides better face the challenges associated with Brexit.
Minister says no plans to revisit citizenship amendment Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has told RTÉ News that he voted against the 2004 amendment to the Constitution that removed the automatic right of all people born in Ireland to Irish citizenship.
Trains delayed as car crashes through level-crossing An incident in which a car crashed through a level-crossing at speed this evening has caused disruption to trains out of Dublin.
Casey denies racism claims, will consider Áras campaign Independent presidential candidate Peter Casey has said he is not racist and would not like to be elected on a platform of support arising from his controversial comments on the Travelling community.
Kerry farmer found guilty of manslaughter of neighbour Kerry farmer Michael Ferris has been found not guilty of murder but guilty of the manslaughter of his neighbour Anthony Mahony following a two-week trial at the Central Criminal Court sitting in Co Kerry Tralee.
Merkel 'unequivocally' supports Ireland over Brexit A Government source has said Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has held a number of conversations with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the past 24 hours, and she had "unequivocally" reaffirmed her support for Ireland.
Assange taking legal action against Ecuador government WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is to launch legal action against the government of Ecuador, accusing it of violating his "fundamental rights and freedoms".
Concern over use of restraint on psychiatric patients Chair of the Mental Health Commission John Saunders has expressed serious concern over the increased use of seclusion and physical restraint of psychiatric patients.
EU top court orders Poland to suspend judge retirements The European Union's top court has ordered Poland to "immediately suspend" its decision to lower the retirement age of its Supreme Court judges, which it said threatens judicial independence.
€28m research centre for developing bioeconomy launched A new €28m research centre focused on developing the bioeconomy in Ireland has been officially launched.
Woman settles 'tram surfing' action for over €500,000 A young girl who sustained a severe brain injury after she fell off the side of a Luas tram while "tram surfing" eight years ago has settled her High Court action for more than €500,000.
Student to take Army school place after court challenge A student who was refused a place in the Army Cadet School after a change in the entry rules has won a High Court action and can begin his course immediately.
'Worrying trend' of people becoming homeless younger Housing and homeless agency Novas, which works with vulnerable individuals and families in Limerick and the mid-west, has said it helped over 4,500 people last year.
Turkey searches forest in Khashoggi case - local media Turkish investigators have searched a forest in Istanbul as part of the probe into the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, local media reported today.