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Taoiseach: Irish soldiers must not be 'dragged into Syrian civil war'
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said Irish troops serving on a peacekeeping mission in the Golan Heights must not be dragged into the civil war in Syria.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Loughan House praised as a model for other prisons
Loughan House Open Prison in Blacklion, Co Cavan has been praised in an inspection report, as a model for other prisons to follow.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre to Present the Good Father, 9/17-10/12
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre presents the Midwest premiere of THE GOOD FATHER by Christian O'Reilly.
Investigations into fires in Sligo and Florencecourt
There are two separate investigations into fires that occurred in Sligo Town early Monday morning and a fire in Florencecourt, Co Fermanagh last Sunday morning.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
UN sparks fury after launching human rights investigation into...
The UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities launched a formal probe into whether this country has committed 'grave or systemic violations' of the rights of disabled people.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Cinema in Focus: 'Calvary'
Calvary is advertised as a "wickedly funny comedy," but you will hardly be laughing when you leave the theater.
Investigation into fire at Irish Water facility
Sligo Fire Brigade said the blaze was retained to a single-storey unit after the alert was raised at 6.05am.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Skiddly iddle didle dum - foot tapping and spoon playing
Yep, the feet are tapping, the spoons are hopping on the back of my knee and I'm thinking about buying a bodhran.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
We will fight tooth and nail for Dromod Station
Leitrim County Councillor and Cathaoirleach of the Carrick-on-Shannon Municipal District Area, Sean McGowan, has vowed to "fight tooth and nail" to keep Dromod Railway Station open in the face of speculation of closures by Iarnrod Eireann.
Albert started on A 2/10s a week in hardware store
While Albert Reynolds is best remembered as a formidable politician and statesman, he also was a successful businessman.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Off Beat: Adjuster who drove her way out of a job winds up with settlement
Even when a loss assessor contributes to losses for the insurer she works for it's apparently not sufficient grounds in Ireland to fire her.
Local musician Seamus wins at Fleadh Cheoil
Seamus was among the eliete entrants at what was an exciting and successful weekend of competitions, concerts, ceilithe, sessions and more as the 63rd Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann was celebrated by an estimated 300,000 throughout Sligo including a special visit by President Michael D Higgins.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Innocoll, Inc. - Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare - Deals and Alliances...
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The island that kids learn to leave
The economic crisis of 2008 drove hundreds of thousands of young Irish people from their homeland in search of work - as a result some rural communities are on the verge of dying out.
Pricing help for flat-hunting students
There is now authoritative information available on the actual level of rents for different types of accommodation close to all Universities, ITs and other colleges.
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It's a peak performance for Special Olympian
AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH - Claremorris' Aoife Beston pictured at the top of Slive Foye in Louth, meaning she has climbed the highest mountain in each of the 32 counties.
Bitbuzz revenues up 11pc in half year
Irish Wi-Fi network operator, Bitbuzz, today said that the first half of this year saw revenues rise by 11pc to E1.102m as subscriber numbers rose sharply.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Ferris wheel rejected
A PLAN for a Dublin city Ferris wheel spanning 60 metres - half the height of the Spire - has been blocked over conservation concerns.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Fiddle-playing Muslim cleric steals show at Fleadh
"It has been an enormous privilege to be here. I'm very close with the Irish community in London and that's why I got involved."
Bishop attacks double standards on asylum
WELL over 130,000 people will have made the pilgrimage to Knock by the time the town's nine-day novena ends on Friday.