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Yesterday’s News

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Monday 29 July, 2013

Tánaiste will swear oath ‘in the presence of Almighty God’ despite being agnostic

Eamon Gilmore will take the oath required of all members of the Council of State today despite being agnostic and lobbying from Atheist Ireland.

Monday 15 July, 2013

Blind man walks 140km from Longford to Dublin to help wheelchair users

Rahim Nazarali has only five per cent eyesight but walked along the Royal Canal to raise money for the Irish Wheelchair Association.

Friday 12 July, 2013

Limerick man could face extradition over rhino horn theft

The 31-year-old is wanted by Austrian prosecutors investigating the theft of the rhino horns from a museum and an antique dealer.

Friday 28 June, 2013

Credit Union staff claim management won't engage with their trade union

Management at Kells Credit Union dispute claims by employees – who are picketing the premises today – that it does not recongise the right of workers to join a trade union.