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NUJ: Politicians in the North need to step up or there will be other victims  The Irish secretary of the National Union of Journalists, Seamus Dooley, says the political leaders in Northern Ireland now need to step up to the...
Five Eyes intelligence experts meet amid Huawei 5G controversy  The decision is likely to lead to fresh tension with the US, which has banned Huawei from its government networks.
O'Neill: Lyra's killers have 'no popular support from the people'  Sinn Féin’s deputy leader Michelle O’Neill says that the people who killed journalist Lyra McKee in Derry last Thursday night are “no politicians, they have no...
Man killed, two women seriously injured in crash  The incident happened in Co Derry on Tuesday night.
Parents urged to remind themselves of symptoms of meningitis  Parents are being reminded to watch out for the signs of bacterial meningitis.
Dead bodies left on trolleys in corridors at Waterford hospital  It has emerged dead bodies have been left lying on trolleys at University Hospital Waterford.
Hong Kong pro-democracy protest leaders jailed  The nine defendants had all pleaded not guilty, calling the prosecutions politically motivated.
Sri Lanka bombings death toll nears 360 as police make more arrests  Islamic State has claimed responsibility and released images that purported to show the seven bombers.
Another Grand Canyon visitor dies in fall from edge  A 70-year-old woman fell over the South Rim.
Derry priest warns of attempts to use young people to bring violence back to streets in the North  A priest from the Creggan area in Derry who comforted the partner and family of murdered journalist Lyra McKee in Altnagelvin...
804,000 women employed in 2018 - up 5% in 10 years  A record number of 804,000 women were employed in the workforce in 2018, up over 5% in less than ten years.
Farmers to protest AIB AGM in Dublin  Farmers are set to protest outside the AIB AGM in Dublin later.
Man due in court in connection with Dublin shooting  A man is due in court this morning in connection with a shooting incident in West Dublin.
Ongoing pay gap dispute between teachers could lead to strike action, says union  The ongoing pay gap between teachers could lead to strike action, according to the Teacher's Union of Ireland.
Football rumours from the media  Ander Herrera’s Manchester United contract ends in the summer.
Tories consider rule change to allow fresh challenge to May  Pressure is growing on the British PM to name the date of her departure from No 10 amid frustration over the latest Brexit delays.
No new rules targeting Netflix at Oscars, Academy says  Some critics say the streaming giant’s business model offers a threat to physical movie theatres.
P&G hit as costs climb  Procter & Gamble (P&G) reported a decline in its third-quarter operating margin and said a strong dollar hurt sales of its grooming products, sending shares of the maker of Pampers and...
Coke fizzes with new offerings  Strong demand for Coca-Cola’s low-sugar Coke Zero, new orange-vanilla cola, and flavoured waters pushed the beverage maker’s quarterly sales and profit well above Wall Street estimates, sending...
Thomas Cook shares climb 17% on takeover talk  Shares and bonds in Thomas Cook have rallied since a media report said the British travel company was approached by several parties about a possible takeover of its tour-operating...
Ruddock and Cronin doubts for Champions Cup final  Rhys Ruddock and Seán Cronin have emerged as serious doubts for Leinster’s Champions Cup final next month.
Sri Lanka attacks likely to deter Irish tourists  Sri Lanka’s burgeoning reputation for Irish honeymooners and well-off holidaymakers will take a hit that will be difficult to recover from in the short term after the terror...
Galway skipper Comer hoping to return for Connacht final  Galway football captain Damien Comer, who has not featured for the county this year because of an ankle injury, is hopeful of making his comeback in the Connacht final,...
Affordability weighs on goal of 22,000 new homes  Reaching an interim target of 22,000 new homes this year may be missed because of the pressures of affordability and the fact that too few apartments are under construction,...
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