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Prince says he had 'no recollection' of Epstein accuser Britain's Prince Andrew has said he has "no recollection" of meeting the woman who claims she was forced into a sexual encounter with him.
Michel vows EU support for Ireland in Brexit process Charles Michel, the President-elect of the European Council, has reaffirmed the European Union's support for Ireland during Brexit process.
Union launches campaign to secure Govt support for RTÉ The National Union of Journalists has launched a campaign aimed at securing Government support for RTÉ.
Air ambulance facing day closures over staffing issues The State's only air ambulance, which is used to take people to hospital in emergencies, will be shut down for 16 days between now and February due to mounting staffing and training problems.
Russia and Ukraine to meet in attempt to end conflict Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet his Ukranian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky in Paris on 9 December for their first face-to-face encounter, seeking to end the half-decade conflict in Ukraine.
Trump adviser Roger Stone found guilty on seven counts A jury convicted US President Donald Trump's longtime adviser Roger Stone today, finding the long-time Republican operative and self-proclaimed "dirty trickster" guilty on seven criminal counts of lying to Congress, obstruction and witness tampering.
Coast Guard boats grounded over lifejacket safety issue All Coast Guard boat operations have been suspended with immediate effect following concerns over lifejacket safety.
€5bn more than expected collected in corporation tax Over the past five years, the Department of Finance underestimated how much it would collect in corporation tax by an average €1.1billion a year.
Trump launches attack on impeachment hearing witness President Donald Trump launched an extraordinary Twitter attack on a former US ambassador to Ukraine today as she testified to an impeachment hearing in Congress, a move she called "very intimidating".
Man admits sexually assaulting girl in Cork hospital A 62-year-old man has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl in a hospital ward in Cork city last year.
It is a 'very difficult time' for Bailey - Varadkar Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he appreciates that this is a "very difficult time" for Fine Gael TD Maria Bailey, and that it is "never a nice thing to be deselected" as an election candidate.
Smith raises possibility of fresh Assembly elections The Northern Ireland Secretary has raised the possibility of calling Assembly elections if no power-sharing administration has been formed by January of next year.
KBC CEO offers 'sincere apology' for tracker comments The chief executive of KBC Group has offered a "sincere apology" for his comments in relation to the Central Bank inquiry into the tracker mortgage controversy.
Clifford-Lee 'very sorry' for language used in tweets Fianna Fáil Senator Lorraine Clifford-Lee has said she is "very sorry" for using offensive language in Twitter posts a number of years ago.
'When you leave, you don't just shut the door on them' Ashimedua Okonkwo, known also as Meddy, has been sending money back home since she moved to Ireland almost 20 years ago, and says she is proud to be able to do so.
Minister presented with Youth Assembly recommendations The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and the Environment has been presented with the 10 recommendations of the country's first Youth Assembly on climate change, which took place in the Dáil today.