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An Post warns it will effect post to wider Europe as well The company says it will do everything it can to maintain the flow of international and outgoing international mail. Due to air freight capacity issues, practically all incoming and outgoing international letters and parcels are sent by ferry through Britain. An Post says […]

Gardai are advising the public to hang up immediately The Garda National Economic Crime Bureau says victims are receiving phone calls from a what appears to be a ‘051’ Waterford number. The callers are trying to get personal information or bank details of the potential victim by claiming they are either owed a tax refund […]

One of the men convicted is from Northern Ireland The Old Bailey heard they suffocated in the container after crossing last year from Belgium to England. Of the four defendants, so far two have been found guilty of manslaughter – lorry driver Eamonn Harrison, who’s 24 and from Newry in County Down, and 43 year-old […]

Many parishes have been raffling tickets Mairéad Cleary has more for RedFM News: ‘In what’s normally the best attended religious sermon of the year, this year’s Christmas celebrations will be very different. Just 50 people are permitted into a church under public health guidelines. Some churches have decided to host ceremonies in car parks while […]

It’s after armed gardaí caught him with a loaded gun in a cabin at the back of a house in Dublin Trevor Byrne, of Cappagh Road, Finglas, Dublin 11, also had just over €3,000 in his pocket when the house was raided on November 15th last year. He claimed he only had the gun because […]

It happened at 5:30 on Saturday morning, when a car and a van collided at Silver Springs Hill. The off-duty officer was the driver of the car, and he was arrested after failing the breath-test. He was taken to Guranabraher Garda Station and later released without charge.

It’s due to the tightening of Covid-19 restrictions alongside a new Christmas Road Safety campaign That’s according to Brian Farrell of the Road Safety Authority, who says that intoxicant checkpoints are already in operation Leeside, and will continue to operate throughout the Christmas and New Year season. On Friday afternoon, news broke that 4 people […]

Discussions over a trade deal continue Brussels are saying it needs an agreement in place tonight if it’s going be approved by the European Parliament in time for New Year. Philip Rycroft – a former permanent secretary at the Department for Exiting the European Union – says it’ll also need approval by MPs at Westminster:

It’s due to fears over a newly discovered strain of coronavirus Last night London and the south east of England were placed on Tier 4 restrictions — with the new variant accounting for over a quarter of infections. Belgium, the Netherlands and Italy have also banned air travel from the UK because of the strain, […]

It’s costing the State at least 20 million euro per month According to the Business Post, the full cost could reach 260 million given the payment’s due to last until April. The paper reports there are some misgivings in government about the wisdom of paying PUP to full-time students. It says many are missing on-campus […]



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