Sunday May 12
Five held as jewel shop raided
A female garda leaving duty at Balbriggan garda station in north Co Dublin followed five men later arrested in connection with the robbery of a jewellers in the town on Friday afternoon.
Sunday May 12
09:59: Strike cripples bus services countrywide
Bus Eireann has this morning confirmed the vast majority of services around the country are not operating due to industrial action.
Sat May 11, 2013
Documentary on African mothers' plight in running for film prize
Mothers Against the Odds has been shortlisted in the best documentary category for the Fingal Film Festival 2013 which will be presented today, Sunday, May 12.
Wed May 08, 2013
Love/Hate's Nidge "doesn't know who he is"
With filming of the new series of Love/Hate due to wrap this Friday, star Tom Vaughan-Lawlor has been discussing his character Nidge's journey on the hit RTE drama.
Roz Purcell opens up on Cycle Against Suicide
Model and Clonmel native Roz Purcell gave an emotional speech at the end of the charity event Cycle Against Suicide last Sunday.
Louth local authorities support the Gathering
Louth Local Authorities are investing in the region of 77,000 euros to help bring tourists to Louth as part of The Gathering, through direct grants as well as logistical and promotional support to organisations hosting events.
Tue May 07, 2013
"Decision to deprive an innocent human being of life is always...
The newly announced Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin has said "the deliberate decision to deprive an innocent human being of life is always morally wrong". In his address accepting his appointment by Pope Francis, Fr Denis Nulty reiterated the Catholic Bishops' preliminary response to the Protection of Life during Pregnancy Bill.
Sun May 05, 2013
Property group's golf club posts loss
The Dublin-based golf club recorded a loss of a 137,027 in the 12 months to the end of April last year, according to accounts just filed with the Companies Office.
In Brief: Two women killed in minibus collision
Two women, one believed to be in her 50s and the other thought to be in her 70s, were killed in a car crash in Carlow yesterday.
Sat May 04, 2013
Ring in the bank holiday with food, festivals, fashion and fun
IT'S finally summer and the country comes alive this bank holiday weekend with arts festivals, food fairs, rallies, runs and over 130 Gatherings.
Thu May 02, 2013
The Meath Chronicle
Tall Ships on way to Drogheda
This week sees the the Tall Ships arrive into Drogheda Port on Friday, May 3rd accompanied by a flotilla of local craft of various sizes, as part of the Drogheda Fringe & Maritime Festival.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
How Enda turned a cold shoulder into warm handshake
Firstly he was over the moon at the opening of eBay's shiny hi-tech European operations centre, but then a couple of hours later, he was sick as a parrot over being greeted by a 'guard of dishonour' in the shape of 150 protesting students outside the Dundalk Institute of Technology.
Negligence victim to get a 310,000 for care
AN award-winning opera singer who was left severely disabled after a failure to properly diagnose the cause of her headaches will receive a 310,000 towards her care needs over the next year.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Parents visited Lotto winner days before death
THE parents of a Lotto winner found dead in the Canaries had returned to Ireland just days before their son's death after holidaying with him.
'Radon is only a problem if you ignore it'
Two public meetings about the dangers of exposure to radon gas were held in Dundalk and Carlingford this week.