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# Navan

This month
September 2023
Minister says attack on construction workers in Navan is 'not acceptable'
The event occurred on Wednesday on Trimgate Street in Navan town, shortly before 4pm.
Last month
August 2023
Up to 100 people left homeless after fire at Navan apartment building
A spokesperson for Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien said that his thoughts were with the impacted residents.
Gardaí investigating fire at Navan apartment block that left buildings 'uninhabitable'
It’s understood that dozens residents of the effected buildings are unable to return to their homes.
July 2023
Workers at Tara Mines vote to accept WRC deal following temporary lay-offs
Up to 650 jobs are in danger at the Navan mine, which is Europe’s largest zinc mine.
Trade unions and management reach agreement at WRC over Tara Mines shutdown
650 workers at Tara Mines in County Meath have been temporarily laid off.
Workers at Tara Mines begin protest over plans to temporarily close the site
Unite trade union workers have begun a protest which they say is the ‘result of management intransigence’.
Siptu to meet for talks at WRC over Tara Mines shutdown
Union representatives have called on the government to speed up the delivery of support measures for impacted staff.
Siptu to meet government and WRC over Tara Mines job losses
650 workers at Tara Mines in County Meath have been temporarily laid off.
This year
Siptu to begin 'intensive' engagement with Tara Mines management over lay-offs of 650 workers
A report by
Hayley Halpin
The mine is to be placed “under care and maintenance” within the next four weeks.
A small number of employees will continue to work at the mine in order to care for and maintain it.
The Journal understands that those affected could be unpaid for a number of months.
Tara Mines manager 'can't say' how long lay-offs of 650 workers will last
650 workers at Tara Mines in Co Meath temporarily laid off
Five teenagers arrested over Navan assault all released without charge
A garda spokesperson said that investigations into the matter are ongoing.
Navan teen attack: Minister says disciplinary procedures 'a matter for school's Board of Management'
The victim of the assault was taken hospital on Monday afternoon to receive treatment for serious facial injuries.
Taoiseach to contact victim's family as Dáil reacts to 'stomach-churning' Navan teen assault video
Education Minister Norma Foley said that the video was “nothing short of shocking and appaling”.
Gardaí investigating assault on teenager in Navan after footage shared on social media
The victim was taken to hospital to receive treatment for serious facial injuries.
Navan card called off, Cavan-Leitrim refixed
Brendan Sheridan, IHRB Clerk of the Course, confirmed the news.
'Most of the paint' removed from Hill of Tara stone after vandalism, says OPW
The stone was vandalised earlier in the week and graffitied with the word ‘fake’ in blue paint.
Protests take place against overcrowding at 17 hospitals
Thousands of people have taken to the streets in Limerick to protest the high levels of overcrowding at UHL.
Last year
Navan horse racing card cancelled due to frozen parts on track
Racing will go ahead as planned in Thurles.
Woman due before court over discovery of a man's body at a home in Navan
The body of a man in his 40s was discovered on Saturday night.
Woman arrested after man’s body discovered at a home in Navan
The body of the deceased, a man in his 40s, remains at the scene.
Further protests planned over Navan A&E with Dublin protest not ruled out
Concerns have been raised by a number of politicians about the number of ambulances being sent to Drogheda.
The Big Dog shows Aintree credentials with victory at Navan's Troytown Handicap Chase
Meanwhile, Gordon Elliott’s Fil Dor dazzled on his chasing debut.
What To Know: Solstice Arts Centre in Navan is a haven for creative disciplines
The director of Navan’s Solstice Arts Centre details their expansive programme, community spirit and Ireland’s exciting art scene.
Woman (70s) dies after being struck by car in Navan, Co Meath
The incident happened at around 1.25pm in the Kilcarn Court area of Navan.
Hundreds take part in protest against plans to close emergency department at Navan hospital
Organiser Peader Toíbín has called on ‘political establishment to realise how important this issue is’.
Register now: Contemporary homes just steps from Navan’s vibrant amenities
Glenveagh has three and four-bedroom homes available in Baker Hall from €350,000.
'Drogheda is under pressure': Taoiseach urges caution over Navan ED closure
The Taoiseach said that Covid is putting pressure on hospitals around the country.
Tánaiste says Government has not sanctioned the closure of Navan emergency department
The Health Minister said several issues must be addressed before any transition can take place, including capacity at other hospitals.
Emergency department in Navan to be replaced with 'medical assessment unit'
Medical emergencies such as heart attacks and strokes will no longer be treated at the hospital.
HSE fined €23,000 over attack on nurses by a patient
The HSE pleaded guilty to four breaches of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 at Trim Circuit Court.
Man (60s) dies following single vehicle crash in Meath
Gardaí are appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision to come forward
Tiger Roll finishes down the field but shows promise at Navan
Dual National hero was in hurdles action ahead of Cheltenham.
All time
Gardaí appeal for witnesses after man stabbed in Meath forest area
The man’s injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
Gordon Elliott celebrates magnificent seven at Navan
‘To train seven winners is unbelievable and we’ll never forget it’.
Ginto makes striking impression in Navan victory
The five-year-old ran prominently through the two-and-a-half-mile contest.
Gold Cup-winning rider Kennedy suffers suspected broken arm in Navan fall
‘Unfortunately, it looks like Jack has broken his arm again.’
Half a million euro worth of cannabis plant and herb seized at Navan growhouse
Gardaí carried out the search a property at Kilmainhamwood, Co Meath at 8.30am today.
Man (60s) dies after car crashes into wall in Co Meath
The incident happened in the townland of Mandistown, Drumconrath in Navan.
Baron Samedi surprises Vintage Crop rivals at Navan for Joseph O'Brien
Hot favourite Santiago only fourth as 20-1 shot shines at Navan.
Ireland’s first wildlife hospital appeals for help after influx of injured and sick animals
Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland opened near Navan last month.
Teenage girl missing from Co Meath found safe and well
The 17-year-old had been missing from the Ballinlough area of Navan.