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2015/03/04 10:41
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Two of the country’s busiest NCT test centres are opening on a 24-hour basis in a bid to tackle waiting lists of up to six-months in some locations and concerns one in every 10 vehicles is using an...
2015/03/04 10:41
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The Standardised Packaging Bill 2014 was presented for debate in the Oireachtas last week and it went to the Seanad for senators to approve technical amendments. The President of Ireland, Michael D....
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2015/02/26 14:42
2015/02/26 14:42
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The Children's Minister Dr James Reilly has compared tobacco companies to schoolyard bullies – however he has said he will not be intimidated by their legal threats. Dr Reilly's comments come as the...
2015/02/21 14:49
2015/02/21 14:49
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Jeffrey Dudgeon: ‘A reformer, not a revolutionary’ Will the Ulster Unionists choose the veteran gay-rights campaigner as a candidate for the Westminster elections in May? In his tweed hat, grey...
2015/02/19 15:41
2015/02/19 15:41
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The Government is expected to shortly enact a measure that would prohibit denying rental accommodation to tenants who get rent supplement. It is common practice for rental adverts to say that rent...
2015/02/18 07:23
2015/02/18 07:23
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Child and Family Bill a 'threat to marriage', says parents' group By John Downing – 18 February 2015 03:00 AM THE new Child and Family Relations Bill will undermine the idea of marriage and...
2015/02/14 07:23
2015/02/14 07:23
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Councillor seeks to change law on ice cream chimes By Robin Schiller – 14 February 2015 03:00 AM A Dublin councillor is attempting to change the legislation regarding the noise levels of ice cream...
2015/02/14 06:49
2015/02/14 06:49
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List of the Week: 10 politicians who have been arrested Paul Murphy’s arrest generated plenty of publicity, but there have been many others Socialist Party TD Paul Murphy speaking on his release from...
2015/02/10 18:42
2015/02/10 18:42
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Clare Daly's amendment on abortion in the case of fatal foetal abnormalities has been defeated in the Dáíl this afternoon. The amendment was defeated by 104 votes to 20. However, Labour TD Anne...
2015/02/09 12:23
2015/02/09 12:23
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Former City Councillor Gary O’Flynn pleads guilty to three counts of soliciting murder 09 February 2015 11:45 AM A FORMER city councillor has pleaded guilty to soliciting someone to kill a Detective...
2015/02/09 07:23
2015/02/09 07:23
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Visits suspended at St James's Hospital after outbreak of flu over flu outbreak By Fiona Dillon – 09 February 2015 03:00 AM St James's Hospital has suspended visiting on the wards again today because...
2015/02/08 14:41
2015/02/08 14:41
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Figures released show that a quarter of emergency department hospital bills are unpaid. A Fine Gael Senator is expressing concerns over outstanding treatment fees, amounting to more than €2m for the...
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2015/02/08 06:49
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Emigrants deserve real Seanad reform Opinion: A democratically elected panel would offer emigrants credible representation in Irish politics ‘One of the most compelling arguments for retaining Seanad...
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