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Blasts kill three in Russian city near Ukraine border

At least three people were killed and dozens of homes damaged in the Russian city of Belgorod near the Ukraine border, the regional governor said, as Kyiv acknowledged it could lose its last big bastion in eastern Ukraine to Kremlin forces.

Govt wants public's view on future enterprise policy

The Government is asking members of the public, industry, academia and all interested parties for their views on Ireland's future enterprise policy.

Supreme Court and the re-shaping of US politics

In the space of ten days, the US Supreme Court has cut the political floor from under President Joe Biden. He is now in freefall. Though as any parachutist will tell you, its not the fall that kills you, it's the sudden stop.

Thousands ordered to evacuate homes due to Sydney flood

Thousands of Australians have been ordered to evacuate their homes in Sydney as torrential rain battered the country's largest city and floodwaters inundated its outskirts.

Navan hospital tug of war over ED closure

Minister for Health Donnelly said there was no approval for changes to the ED in Navan and the minister reiterated that patient safety concerns would need to be addressed before any changes in Navan would be considered.

Mica campaigners say redress bill 'fatally flawed'

Legislation on the new Defective Concrete Blocks Grant Scheme is due before the Dáil this week but campaigners for 100% redress for owners of affected homes say the bill is fatally flawed and will never work.

Gardener Dermot O'Neill dies aged 58

Well-known gardener, writer and broadcaster Dermot O'Neill has died aged 58.

Playground for children with disabilities opens in Cork

The country's first fully inclusive playground for children with physical disabilities was officially opened in Cork today.

Google to delete location data over US abortion clinics

Alphabet Inc's Google will delete location data showing when users visit an abortion clinic in the US, the online search giant has said.

Criticism over communication of long Covid pay scheme

SIPTU has criticised the manner in which the HSE's offer to extend a special payment scheme for healthcare workers suffering from long Covid was communicated to union representatives.

Ruthless Cats book final spot after dismissing Clare

Brian Cody will lead Kilkenny into a 17th All-Ireland final after his superb Kilkenny side trampled all over a fancied Clare outfit in the first of the semi-finals.

KNVB sorry Pauw did not have safe working environment

The Dutch football association (KNVB) has stated that they were shocked when they learned of Vera Pauw's traumatic experiences as a young player, and said that they were sorry that she did not experience a safe working environment and for the impact that it has caused her.

More Aer Lingus flights cancelled due to Covid-19

A number of additional Aer Lingus flights have been cancelled this weekend due to a spike in Covid-19 cases among staff.

Five dead, over 90 injured as series of quakes hit Iran

A series of strong earthquakes rocked southern Iran today, killing at least five people, injuring over 90 others and reducing an entire village to rubble.

Inflation rate: A big number that could get even bigger

August is likely to see rises in energy prices translating into even higher inflation.

Battle for Lysychansk, Belarus claims missiles downed

Fighting raged for the strategic Ukrainian city Lysychansk today as Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko said his army had intercepted missiles fired on his territory by Kyiv's forces.

Hugo Speer has been sacked from The Full Monty reboot

Hugo Speer has been sacked from Disney's upcoming The Full Monty reboot series after allegations of "inappropriate conduct".

Ruthless New Zealand punish off-pace Ireland

New Zealand punished a poor Ireland performance to run out 42-19 winners in their opening Test in Auckland's Eden Park.

Pincher fights to remain MP despite 'groping' inquiry

The British MP under investigation for allegedly groping two men said he is seeking "professional medical support" and hopes to return to his duties as a member of parliament "as soon as possible".

NY bans guns in many public places after court ruling

New York state has passed a law banning guns from many public places, including Times Square, and requiring gun-license applicants to prove their shooting proficiency and submit their social media accounts for review by government officials.