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Monday 25 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C


Over 64,000 people emigrated from Ireland in year to April 2023
Of the 64,000 people, 30,500 were Irish citizens, according to new figures from the CSO.
Tributes paid as competitor Damien Fleming killed in Clare motor rally
The incident happened during Stage 4 of the Clare Stages Rally which was being held in North Clare.
Poll: How far will Ireland go in the Rugby World Cup?
Ireland beat South Africa 13 to 8 in Saturday’s Rugby World Cup match.
Man (60s) dies following incident at cattle mart in Co Galway
The HSA and coroner have been notified.
Thinking of selling? Here's our helpful guide to selling your property
Maximise your chances of a great sale by listing your property on ​, Ireland’s number one property website.
This month
September 2023
Suspected trafficking for organ removal recorded for first time in Ireland last year, report shows
The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission has published a new anti-trafficking report today.
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.
Fair City actor Aaron Harris dies suddenly in Spain
Harris played Detective Sergeant Myles Byrne on the RTÉ show.
“We were very happy with the final price” - How a Daft Advantage Ad helped this couple sell their home
For seller Shane, using a Daft Advantage Ad maximised his earnings on the sale of his family home.
OPW Minister of State says limiting of road access to Castletown House is 'serious dilemma'
From 16 September, car access to the estate will be via the Celbridge Avenue entrance only.
Eight private fertility clinics in Ireland to provide HSE-funded services from later this month
The HSE-approved clinics are located in Cork, Dublin, Galway and Kildare.
Ireland to provide €2 million of Irish Aid to support Morocco following devastating earthquake
The 6.8-magnitude quake struck the Atlas mountains southwest of the tourist centre of Marrakesh late on Friday.
SSE Airtricity to cut residential electricity and gas prices by 12% and 10% from 1 November
The price reductions will see a typical dual fuel customer save €384.55 (including VAT) per year.
Heard of BeReal? Here's the lowdown on some of your teens favourite apps and games
And how you can have an open conversation about them.
Motorcyclist hospitalised with serious injuries after crash in Co Cork
The incident happened on the N20 Cork to Limerick road at Buttevant at around 10.30pm yesterday.
High temperature warning still in place as sunny spells and thunderstorms due
Conditions are forecast to become cooler from Monday onwards.
Families of Troubles victims say passing of Legacy Bill is 'disturbing' and 'upsetting'
MPs yesterday rejected a Lords’ amendment to the Bill, which is now on the verge of becoming law.
Electric Ireland to cut residential electricity and gas prices by 10% and 12% from 1 November
Electric Ireland said its residential electricity customers will save an average of €212.06.
"A brand new TV station that belongs to the young people of Ireland": Everything you need to know about Cúla4
Cúla4, a dedicated children’s channel from TG4, is making history with today’s arrival onto our screen.
Man in critical condition in hospital after incident involving number of people in Dublin
The incident happened at around 8.20pm on Mountjoy Street in Dublin 7.
16-year-old boy dies in hospital after falling from tractor in Co Galway last week
The incident happened at around 7.40pm last Wednesday at Sylane in Tuam.
Farmers say there will be 'massive ramifications' over decision to cut nitrate derogation limit
Ireland’s nitrates derogration provides farmers an opportunity to farm at higher stocking rates when they take extra steps to protect the environment.
Central Bank says Irish banks slower to pass on ECB policy rate changes than euro area
The ECB increased interest rates, for the ninth consecutive time, by 0.25% in July.
Man dies following collision between lorry and car in Co Carlow this morning
The incident happened shortly before 7am the N80 at Gráig na Spideog.
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Five men charged over fatal assault of Mark Loughlin in Co Kildare in 2021
Mark Loughlin, aged in his 20s, died following an incident in Allenwood, Co Kildare on 3 January 2021.
Retained firefighters vote to accept WRC proposals to resolve industrial dispute
Retained firefighters had been engaged in industrial action between June and mid-August.
PSNI Chief Constable Simon Byrne has resigned after pressure over handling of two controversies
The news that the embattled police chief has resigned follows a string of controversies in recent weeks.
On Friday, DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson confirmed that his party had submitted a motion of no-confidence in Byrne.
Byrne had originally insisted that he would not resign following an emergency meeting of the Policing Board on Thursday.
The PSNI controversies that have dogged Chief Constable Simon Byrne
Herbal cannabis and suspected ketamine worth €1.3 million seized at Dublin Airport
The drugs were seized as part of two separate intelligence-led operations on Saturday.
New presenters announced for RTÉ's Six One News and Nine O'Clock News
Sharon Tobin will work on the Six One News and Ray Kennedy will take up a role on the Nine O’Clock News.
"This tool is both practical and useful for homebuyers": Discover Daft's new Local Areas Feature sponsored by Glenveagh
Glenveagh and Daft have teamed up to make finding your dream home easier.
Blink-182 postpone Dublin, Belfast and Glasgow gigs due to 'urgent family matter'
In a post on social media, the band said more information in regards to re
Sean Sherlock says he will run in Cork North-Central or not run at all in next election
The Electoral Commission report this week outlined that three divisions in the Mallow area, Sherlock’s base, will transfer from Cork East.
Poster with details of three serving PSNI officers placed on bus shelter in Derry
This incident comes after personal data on all serving members of the PSNI was mistakenly published last month.
Last month
August 2023
Arrest made over shooting in which man was seriously injured in Dublin 15 in December 2016
He has since been charged and is due to appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice this evening.
Mother of Clonmel crash victim Nicole Murphy pays tribute to her 'beautiful angel' during funeral
A joint funeral for Grace and Luke McSweeney will take place tomorrow while Zoey Coffey will be laid to rest on Saturday.
Average rent for new tenancies in Ireland rose by almost 9% year-on-year
The Residential Tenancies Board has today published the Q1 2023 Rent Index report.
Mix of sunny spells and rain showers on the horizon for this Electric Picnic weekend
The festival is taking place from tomorrow until Sunday.
French air traffic controllers consider strike action during Rugby World Cup
Ireland are due to play Tonga the day after the suggested strike action.
More than 100 flights to and from Irish airports cancelled due to UK air traffic control fault
The UK’s National Air Traffic Service (NATS) has said that the cause of the technical fault will be investigated “very thoroughly”.
Funeral details announced for three of the victims killed in Clonmel crash
Crowds gathered at the Kickham Barracks Plaza in Clonmel for a prayer vigil yesterday evening
Man hospitalised, homes and vehicles damaged in incidents in Co Clare
The man was hospitalised with non-life treatening injured afters shots were fired.
Two motorcyclists die following separate crashes in Dublin and Co Offaly
Gardaí are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed these collisions to contact them.