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The world was once again left shocked today after bombing attacks in the Belgian capital Brussels. By Tuesday afternoon, the death toll from the attacks in the city’s Airport and Metro, stood at 34. People have been expressing their grief in many ways online. One image shows solidarity from France, where 130 people were killed […]

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There are just over three weeks to go until we will head to the polls to elect the 32nd Dáil. The 31st Dáil was dissolved this morning with Enda Kenny confirming that voting will take place on Friday February 26th. He has told Fine Gael candidates and supporters that his party will outline its detailed, […]

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The Government has asked former Chief Justice John Murray to oversee a review of the laws on phone surveillance. The three month review will include all agencies with the power to put phones under surveillance. Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald says she does not have any authority over the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission’s decisions to monitor […]

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Organisers of a day of anti-water charge protests say they expect thousands of people to show their support. The Right2Water campaign says it wants Saturday’s protest to reignite the campaign against Irish Water. The utility say 61 per cent of people have paid their bills but protesters are disputing that figure.  

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The Union of Students in Ireland says it stands in solidarity with the Teacher’s Union of Ireland as the union prepares to strike. Secondary school teachers will hold a day of action before the general election over the pay and conditions for young workers, which the TUI says is forcing many young teachers into income poverty. […]

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The Irish Blood Transfusion Service is calling for more donors to come forward as the organisation sees a shortfall in supplies. The IBTS has enough supplies for about 5 days, a shortfall they say is caused by a falloff in attendance at blood clinics due to the bad weather Additional blood donation clinics are taking […]

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Officials in Burkina Faso say an assault is under way at a second hotel in the capital, after Islamist militants killed at least 23 people at a hotel and cafe nearby. 126 hostages were freed in Burkina Faso and four militants killed after the Hotel Splendid in Ouagadougou was taken by Islamic militants last night. al-Qaida has […]

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The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre says it has seen a 36-per-cent increase in the number of victims of recent rape and sexual assault seeking treatment. Staff at the centre accompanied 295 people to the Sexual Assault Treatment Unit in Dublin’s Rotunda Hospital last year, compared to 221 in 2014. The Centre has described the figures […]

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The insurance industry has two weeks to respond to Government requests about insuring people living in flood-prone areas. Taoiseach Enda Kenny wants companies to reflect on the current level of insurance provided in areas where flood protection works have taken place, while he also wants them to look at their approach to removable flood defences. […]

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