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1 min ago | War Is A Crime
Niall Farrell of the Galway Alliance Against War is to be arrested on Friday, 1st of August on his return from abroad and sent to Limerick Prison for his involvement in a peace protest with Margaretta D'Arcy last September on the runway at Shannon airport.
4 hrs ago | RTE.ie
Kilkenny rockers Kerbdog have announced the only Irish gig of their upcoming ten-date Autumn tour and frontman Cormac Battle has joked that the venue "will be pretty much unusable after we've finished with it".
5 hrs ago | Medical News
Statin therapy may help to improve wound healing in patients following cardiac surgery and reduce overall recovery time, especially in patients who are prone to healing complications, according to a review article in the August 2014 issue of The Annals of Thoracic Surgery .
Residents living in the shadow of the massive Indaver waste-to-energy plant near Duleek fought a bitter 10-year battle against the construction of the incinerator, voicing fears that it would have a devastating impact on the local area and its people.
Plane crash survivor Fred Caruso, of Eagle, and the newly mounted Flying Tiger 923 commemorative plaque at Galley Head lighthouse near Cork, Ireland.
Irish animal protection groups are renewing their call for a total ban on live hare coursing following the latest series of shocking reports on coursing events compiled by State appointed wildlife rangers.
An investigation is under way after the body of a man who was reported missing in Drogheda, Co Louth was found in Co Meath.
Morning kit inspection at a camp of the Ulster Volunteers Force, the unionist paramilitary force, at Ballywater on 12th July 1914.
According to a press release, the winning dealers and their guests earned the trip based on wholesale performance over a designated period.
The 'Wild Atlantic Craft Beer Festival which takes place in Ballyshannon, County Donegal over the Bank Holiday weekend of August 1st, 2nd and 3rd 2014 is set to showcase and celebrate the very best in local craft beer, Irish music and Irish artisan food and other culinary delights from the north west.
After drilling in the North Celtic Sea Basin, about 40 miles off the Cork coast, Providence Resources Plc said its Barryroe oil field may hold as many as 1.6 billion barrels.
Drogheda's iconic Viaduct was built nearly 160 years ago to link by rail the two largest cities on this island.
Colm Ennis from Waterford and Peter Britton, an engineer with Tipperary County Council, living in Clonmel, who died in a fall on Mont Blanc in the French Alps at the weekend.
A DUBLIN professor of art history has become the first Irishman to be knighted by the ancient Order of Malta in five hundred years.
Marist chaplain Fr Jimmy McElroy has been bringing students from Ireland to the Marist Mission in Ranong, Thailand for the past eight years.
The new cafe will be situated in the Georgian building, 1 Jocelyn Street, the former home of both Mizu Cafe and Riva Townhouse.
Anton McNulty The National Executive of the Irish Farmers Association has been accused of selling out hill and commonage farmers by agreeing to Department of Agriculture proposals for a new environmental scheme.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 09:50 am
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