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Gardaí to share locations of student house parties with NUI Galway authorities

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Plan for court personal injury cap guide likely to be constitutional – report

Forensic exam to be carried out to establish cause of fire at former Cork convent

@ESA_Rosetta  @Philae2014i  #Rosettan  numbers - some key facts from our comet-chasing spacecraft's 12 years 6 months and 28 days in space 🛰☄️

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@ESA_Rosetta  @Philae2014m  #Rosettaay  have concluded its operations at comet , #67Pbut  the c #scienceontinues ... this news item announcing the discovery of an ultraviolet aurora at the comet was published just last week!


Scoops of the Day

Demolition of historic home of The O’Rahilly in Dublin begins

Rise in cost of renting slows as impact of Covid-19 begins to hit

Dáil hears ethics laws to be reviewed as SF leader critcises ‘cosy’ links between Government and banks

Irish, German and Italian contact-tracing apps to be linked in bid for ‘safer’ travel

13 people were killed when members of army opened fire on marchers in Derry in 1972

Annual school census due Wednesday will determine staffing numbers for next year

Pensioners evacuated as firefighters battle blaze at former west Cork convent

Levels of food poverty since pandemic ‘tragic’, single parent body says

Attacks against women rise during lockdown as other crimes plummet

‘Insane’ gathering of hundreds of students in Galway is condemend


Scoops of the Week

Bus Éireann to shut Dublin-Cork, Dublin-Limerick and Dublin-Galway Expressway routes due to financial pressures

Coronavirus: State at ‘tipping point’ in Covid-19 struggle, says expert medic

Gardaí appeal for information on rape of teenager in Co Mayo playground

Nurse who falsified prescriptions is struck off register by High Court

Hello Eir, is anybody there? Four unhappy customers complain

A woman who brought rush-hour traffic to a standstill this afternoon by stopping her car in the middle of a busy motorway before allegedly starting to dance while singing republican songs has been arrested

People who fail to self-isolate should be fined for their ‘selfish behaviour’, says GP

Large sections of Garda to be disarmed following review

More than 100 people gather in Co Donegal for anti-Covid-19 rally

Coronavirus: Further 430 cases reported in State is most in a day since April