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# Calls

All time
Commissioner says hundreds of crimes not investigated due to 999 call cancellations
Sterling calls for black managers to be given 'right opportunities' in football
Eircom fined €23,500 for continually over-charging customers
Calls for convicted sex offenders to be banned from using dating apps
UN rights chief hits out at 'unconscionable' separation of families at US border
Calls for Revenue to scrap 1890 number as some mobile networks charging 'out of bundle' prices
Can't take a call? You can do more than just reject it
Irish Water's getting 300% more calls today than usual
Kerry set to get new mosque, but there won't be a call to prayer
Going abroad? Here's why you should get a local SIM
Three says issues with mobile service resolved
Man questioned over suspected arson attack on Michelle Mulherin's constituency office
Fine Gael TD: "Yes, I made some calls to Africa. None of them were personal."
Which politician made €2,000 worth of calls to Kenya from Leinster House?
Christmas Day at Childline: 1,208 calls and messages over just 24 hours
Travelling outside the EU? Be careful as roaming charges are on the up
161 bonfires, 17 car fires, 7 house fires... Halloween night in Dublin
Calls for farm safety to be taught to primary students following Cork farm accident
Samsung latest product is a smartwatch that can make calls on its own
Using your mobile 15 hours a month may triple your risk of brain cancer
A helpline is the only contact some elderly people have with others
These garda stations got new equipment to record telephone calls in 2008
Teen helpline records 65 per cent increase in calls
Be careful: Most accident-prone days of the year are Stephen’s Day and 27 December
US debates lifting ban on in-flight calls
Abuse survivors' helpline expects 12 per cent increase in calls
NSA chief: Europe spy reports are "completely false"
8 pets who know Skype is a great way to spend quality time with someone
Browse the web, send emails and texts - it's all possible on some Aer Lingus flights
140 calls to insolvency service in first day of business
Column: Childline is the only option for some - that's why we volunteer
Childline volunteers
Revenue has spent €67,000 on the property tax helpline
Shatter called on to resign over Wallace penalty points row
800,000 calls to Childline in 2012 - but 34 per cent unanswered
Calls for rural schools to be protected
Calls for Coveney to step away from horsemeat investigation
Pro-life 'robo-calls' to Irish numbers came from United States
Four ponies rescued as ISPCA gets record no of equine distress calls
Childline received 1,212 calls, texts, and messages on Christmas Day
Abortion 'robo-calls' begin again