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# Midlands

This month
June 2024
Over 120 birds rescued from ‘deplorable’ hoarding situation in the midlands
Last month
May 2024
European Parliament Election: Your Midlands North-West Candidates
This year
Measles contact tracing begins as HSE issues advice over potential exposure to virus
Last year
"Something has to change": Retained firefighters call for complete overhaul of service
Father and son from Laois die in crash while on holiday in Turkey
All time
Jury begins deliberations in trial of four men charged with gang rape of teenage girl
Midlands rape trial: Garda denies 'ballyragging' suspect during questioning
Rape trial hears one of four accused thought woman 'might come to her senses' and go to police
Midlands rape trial hears doctor's findings consistent with possible non-consensual intercourse
Midlands rape trial: Jury hears evidence of the accused men's interviews with gardaí
Witnesses tell rape trial that woman was 'distraught' and her skirt was 'torn' after leaving car
Midlands rape trial: Woman denies sexual activity in car was consensual
Young woman gives evidence in trial of four men in the Midlands accused of raping her
EPA to investigate complaint about State response to peat extraction on protected bogs
Trial of four men alleged to have raped teenage girl 'one after another' has opened
Peat was cut at 280 plots in protected bogs last year without State consent
'We've made tough decisions': How Bord na Móna became worth €1.25 billion in less than two years
Sharp increase for drug and alcohol support services in Midlands - Merchants Quay Ireland
Ireland’s newest Technological University officially opens
Limerick IT and Athlone IT merge to form new technological university
Three men arrested following number of Garda raids in Co Laois
Convicted drug dealer suspected of running dognapping ring as gardaí urge families to be vigilant
Gardaí seize alcohol, beer taps, kegs and spirit dispensers during raids of three suspected shebeens
New Covid-19 restrictions for Kildare, Laois and Offaly to kick in from midnight
Gardaí believe men arrested in small Offaly town were South American 'hit team'
Three men arrested as part of dissident republican activity investigation released
'We're amateur meteorologists at this stage': Locals fear further flooding along Shannon after overnight rain
Gardaí and Birmingham police working together to take down the last remnants of the Kinahan cartel
Care worker who allegedly told service user that she'd 'kill her' loses unfair dismissal action
How the revival of plans for a midlands airport in Offaly is getting the locals talking
Inside the new Violence Reduction Unit at the Midlands Prison - designed for the nation's most violent criminals
An airport in Tubber? There's 5,200 jobs promised for the midlands if the plan goes ahead
Bord na Móna announces up to 430 redundancies
Bord na Móna expected to announce plans to cut 300 jobs
The new Wild Atlantic Way? Ireland's midlands have been rebranded as the Hidden Heartlands
New video emerges online showing 'garda' having sex with woman on motorway
'Students can't travel to Dublin or Galway for an STI test'
'The problem has advanced significantly': Mullingar man waits 9 years for orthodontic treatment
Several areas are still flooded after heavy weekend rains
'It's not sustainable': Offaly's only emergency homeless shelter risks closure over funding