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Mrs Brown’s Boys is back with two more episodes on Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve.
The Foreign Affairs Minister said some issues could be resolved soon, such as the flow of medicines into Northern Ireland.
Authorities said the pre-dawn attack resulted in gunshot wounds to two police officers.
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the imposing court in Washington as the nine justices heard two hours of arguments.
The new dinosaur species had seven pairs of “blades” laid out sideways like a slicing weapon.
A Seamus Coleman error proved costly as the Reds earned a convincing win.
A total of 341 Defence Forces personnel deployed with the 118th Infantry Battalion.
The case was originally against the Minister of Public Expenditure, the State, BT, businessman Denis O’Brien, and former minister Michael Lowry TD.
Supporters required attention in the stands.
Charges against 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley were announced on Wednesday.
Health officials released the figures in a statement this evening.
Baldwin sat down for his first major interview since the tragedy in October.
The back row, who won 19 caps for her country, died last week.
Post-Brexit talks between the EU and UK are still ongoing.
The WTA is concerned about Peng following her accusations of sexual assault against a powerful politician.
The witness is giving evidence under the pseudonym ‘Jane’ at a US federal court.
The recommendation was made by public health officials last week.
Rising infection rates have seen governments reintroduce certain measures to try to stop the spread of Omicron.
Two men were arrested as the authorities seized 8kg of suspected cannabis herb.
Alejandro Monleon explains how the use of artificial wetland ponds would help limit the strains on our wastewater system.
Daniel ‘Danny’ Walsh was last seen in the Bishopstown area of Cork City in February 2007.
Kellie Walton pleaded guilty to charges of theft between 2009 and 2019.
An Oireachtas committee heard evidence from Ireland’s largest sporting organisations about the abuse that referees face.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said today he wanted “concrete agreements” from NATO that it would not expand eastwards.
They’re now required to follow mandatory self-isolation and PCR testing at their own locations.
Families appealed to anyone who knows anything about their loved ones’ disappearances to come forward.
One school principal writes about their take on the latest advice that children from third class must wear face masks.
Professor John Wenger said the filters could help schools with poor ventilation.
Damage was caused to a number of vehicles outside the premises during the incident and a number of people were assaulted.
Sinn Féin’s Pearse Doherty today told the government to “go back to the drawing board”.
The risk to humans is considered very low but people are advised not to handle sick or dead wild birds.
A column of smoke was seen rising from the site near the train station.
It has been recommended that masks be worn by children nine years and older.
Rachel McElroy told the court she cried for hours after the attack as videos of which bystanders posted on social media.
The online PCR booking portal was affected by the incident.
Gardaí had been on patrol in the area in July when they came across three males, one in possession of a handgun and another with a baseball bat.