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Amnesty 'very concerned' about Ireland's abortion laws
Govt to announce €6.9m for 62 research projects
LE Aoife rescues Norwegian couple off coast of Cork
SIPTU executive to discuss new Croke Park 2 deal
Man due in Cork court in connection with killing at apartment complex
INTO to back revised LRC proposals on Croke Park II
EU leaders make progress in talks to crackdown on tax evasion and fraud
Gardaí make third arrest in connection with assault on man in Limerick
A provisional liquidator has been appointed to a Co Tipperary hotel with 75 weddings on the books - including one scheduled for tomorrow.
The Lord Mayor of Dublin has claimed the Mansion House is haunted.
The group that has been appointed as a provisional liquidator to a Co Tipperary hotel with 75 weddings on the books, including one tomorrow, has said it is "business as usual" at the hotel.
Work on a facelift for Dublin's Grafton Street begins in June.
Burger King is partnering with the Kepak Group to supply its Irish and British restaurants with beef.
An Irish MEP has ripped up his property tax return in the European Parliament.
The State has been given time to prepare for a High Court challenge by Limerick man John Dundon over his trial for the murder of Garryowen rugby player Shane Geoghegan.
The Tanaiste is insisting no special tax rate deals apply to any companies operating in Ireland.