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GFA should be central in inter-govt talks - McAleese The former President Mary McAleese has stressed the need for the Good Friday Agreement to remain central in discussions between the Irish Government, the European Union and political parties in Northern Ireland.
Trump wanted crash victim's parents to meet suspect The parents of a British teen killed in a road crash involving a US diplomat's wife feel their meeting with US President Donald Trump was little more than a sloppy attempt at a photo op, their spokesman said.
GoSafe operators announce October Bank Holiday strike Operators of GoSafe speed vans are to stop work again over the October Bank Holiday weekend in a dispute over working conditions and union recognition.
Irish arrest as world's largest child abuse site seized The US Justice Department has announced the seizure of one of the world's largest child pornography websites.
C&D pet food plant management report threats to gardaí C&D Foods has said a series of threats have been made against the management of its plant in Edgeworthstown, Co Longford.
Claims of institutional abuse of adults up - report There was a five-fold increase last year in the number of allegations to the HSE of institutional abuse of vulnerable adults, according to the service's National Safeguarding Office.
Bord na Móna announces staff redeployment plans Bord na Móna has announced redeployment opportunities for up to 200 of its workers as well as the creation of up to 150 indirect construction jobs as part of its strategy to transition the company away from traditional peat-based activities.
106-year-old woman appeals for help for people in need A 106-year-old Co Meath woman who is celebrating her birthday today has called on the Government to provide proper homes for the homeless, as well as the poor and needy in society.
Woman at centre of 'Miss D' case speaks of anguish Amy Dunne, the woman who was a teenager when she was at the centre of the 'Miss D' case in 2007, says she is forever haunted by the fact that she did not get to hold her daughter after she ...
Fox and marmot stand-off wins wildlife photo prize An intense "battle for survival" moment between a Tibetan fox and a marmot has won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Kim's horseback ride spurs policy shift speculation New pictures of Kim Jong-un riding a white horse through a winter landscape to the summit of Mount Paektu, a sacred peak for North Koreans, have fuelled speculation that he may be set for a major policy announcement.