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Saturday 23 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

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Gardaí make fifth arrest in relation to theft of €1.1 million from Dublin company
The man, aged in his late teens, was arrested this morning.
Former Debenhams staff protest at KPMG as packers move in at a number of stores
Workers remain defiant as their protests continued for a 166th day today.
Still no agreement reached in IRFU discussions with players over salary cuts
The two parties are now due to meet again later this week.
Championship club 'hopeful' of Richie Towell deal before loan deadline
Rotherham boss Paul Warne has been in talks with Brighton regarding the Irish midfielder all summer.
19 people have died and 50 are injured after explosion at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester
Emergency services are at the scene.
New appeal into murder of man whose partial remains were found in skip two years ago
Over 600 lines of investigation have been carried out to establish how, where, when and why Mark Burke died.
Update: All Luas staff placed on protective notice with immediate effect
Siptu has said the letter has the potential to “create conditions for a shutdown” of the Luas service.
Police fire tear gas at migrants leaving 260+ injured in border clash
Officials have denied that plastic bullets were used in the clash.
Siptu isn't happy that Transdev's top boss came from the UK but didn't meet workers
More work stoppage are scheduled for this weekend.
Police officer chokes a man holding his daughter
The incident happened in Philadelphia when 20-year-old Ellis Smith failed to pay for his ticket.
Firearms, ammunition and explosives found outside Dundalk
The seizure was made by gardaí targeting the activities of dissident republicans.
Some data recovered - but as yet we don't have "the slightest explanation" for the crash
The plane, carrying 144 passengers, plunged for eight minutes before hitting the side of a mountain – with no survivors.
Joe Brolly on Stephen Hunt: 'His head is so far up his arse'
The pundit’s latest column is full of his usual sardonic and sarcastic wit.
There ARE simple treatments for Ebola that could have saved lives
Experts have argued that better managing of fluids and electrolytes could have prevented a number of deaths.
Privacy shouldn't be sacrificed for safety from crime, survey finds
The findings come from Microsoft which is currently involved in a legal battle concerning a US warrant for emails stored on Irish servers.
Ticketmaster delaying refunds process as Garth Brooks situation 'still ongoing'
However the Environment Minister said he’s not going down the road of emergency legislation.
Rathfarnham garda station made safe by army bomb team after security alert
It’s believed a suspicious letter was addressed to the Minister for Justice Alan Shatter.
Real Madrid chief hopeful on Gareth Bale deal despite 'problems'
While the Welsh attacker is holding out for move to Spain, Brazilian star Kaka is eager to move on.
Not over yet: FA to conduct its own inquiry into Terry incident
The associations hands were tied by the ongoing police investigation.
Almost there: Fitzgerald ready to commit future to Leinster
The Blues’ team manager, Guy Easterby, has indicated that the winger is likely to sign on with the province next week.