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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# waters

All time
# LE Niamh
Ireland has just sent its second ship to the Mediterranean
LÉ Niamh is set to replace the LÉ Eithne.
# nenagh river
RNLI rescues semi-conscious kayaker from fast flowing river
The Lough Derg RNLI said that the it was an extremely serious situation, where every second counted in the rescue.
# waters
UK fishing vessel detained off Cork coast
The vessel was allegedly in breach of fishing regulations.
# danger
ESB warns public: don't swim in reservoirs
Hidden dangers may include obstacles, deep waters and uneven ground, the ESB said.
# India
Stampede kills 36 people at India's Kumbh Mela festival
The stampede at a railway station in Allahabad marred the main day of the religious festival in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, considered the largest gathering of humanity.
# No man's land
Confusion reigns over ‘ownership’ of Lough Foyle
Ministers say it is unclear whether the Republic of Ireland or the United Kingdom owns the seabed and waterline of Lough Foyle, situated on the Donegal-Derry border.