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Gardaí say they are worried that the centenary of the Rising will be used by dissident republicans to recruit new members. A sample of weapons seized by Gardaí has been put on display today – it included rocket launchers, explosives and a beer-keg bomb. Thirty one suspected dissidents were arrested last year, 22 of whom […]

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A spokesperson for Taoiseach Enda Kenny has hit back at comments from Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin over the government’s handling of the flood crisis. Deputy Martin says Mr Kenny stayed behind closed doors and criticised him for spending so much of the flooding crisis within his home county Mayo. However the Taoiseach’s spokesperson says […]

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President Michael D. Higgins has lead tributes to golfing legend Christy O’Connor Junior who has passed away suddenly. The 67-year-old died overnight in Tenerife – he is survived by his wife Ann and his daughter and son. NUI Galway has joined the messages of sympathy, saying it was a privilege for the institution to be linked […]

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The cabinet has signed off on a range of measures to alleviate the problems caused by the flooding crisis. €10 million is being provided to assist with the clean-up of flooding while funds will also go into a long-term weather prediction service. Extra funds are being provided for the Red Cross scheme to compensate businesses, […]

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Ireland is set to balance its budget a year ahead of schedule after a windfall in extra tax receipts in 2015. The exchequer ran a deficit last year of just €62,000,000, rising to €3.4 billion when one-off factors are taken out. However the deficit is just 1.5% of GDP – only half the size that […]

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