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UK cabinet agrees draft Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May has said that the UK cabinet has agreed the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement after a five-hour meeting at Downing Street.

May secures cabinet support for draft Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May has secured cabinet support for her draft Brexit deal, after a five-hour meeting with ministers at No 10 Downing Street.

Solution found to avoiding Irish hard border - Barnier

The European Union's Chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has said that a solution to avoiding a hard border on the island of Ireland has been found.

Draft Brexit text outlines future EU-UK relationship

Theresa May has secured the support of her cabinet for the draft withdrawal deal, and the European Commission has released the 585-page draft Brexit document.

Brexit draft agreement 'will be voted on in Dáil'

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that the Good Friday Agreement is "not negatively impacted" by the Brexit draft agreement and is protected by the draft agreement.

Former rugby coach facing 38 indecent assault charges

A former schools rugby coach and teacher has appeared in court charged with indecent assault offences at a south Dublin college dating back more than 40 years.

Man dies in workplace incident in Dublin

A man has died in a workplace incident in Ringsend in Dublin.

CCTV appeal in South Africa over Irishman's murder

South African police have released CCTV images relating to the investigation into the murder of Irish charity worker John Curran.

345 houses could lose part of gardens for bus corridors

A total of 345 households could lose part of their front gardens as part of first set of detailed proposals for bus corridors in Dublin.

Contract agreed for provision of abortion services

A contract for the provision of abortion services in community settings has been agreed between the Irish Medical Organisation and the Minister for Health.

800-year-old stolen heart relic returned to church

The heart of St Laurence O'Toole, Dublin's patron saint, has been returned to Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin this evening after it was stolen over six years ago.

Man in his 80s killed in Co Cork road crash

A man in his 80s has been killed in a road crash in Co Cork.

Death toll rises to 50 in California wildfire disaster

The search for remains of victims in the charred ruins of the northern California town of Paradise is set to intensify today.

Recall of mislabelled batches of Pâté

Lidl Ireland has announced a recall of mislabelled batches of Pâté.

Protests held over comments made at rape trial

Hundreds of protesters have demonstrated in Cork city centre calling for the end to what they describe as victim blaming in rape trials.

Fox News to back CNN in court battle with White House

Fox News has announced that it will join rival news station CNN in its legal battle to restore the access of White House reporter Jim Acosta, maintaining that press credentials "should never be weaponised".

Up to 5,600 extra hospital beds will be needed - ESRI

A review by the Economic and Social Research Institute has found that between 3,200 and 5,600 extra public hospital beds will be needed by 2030.

Harris rules out pay increase for nurses, midwives

Minister for Health Simon Harris has ruled out a general pay increase for nurses and midwives, despite acknowledging that recruitment and retention problems in the health service are very challenging.

Italy's Salvini meets migrants, promises 'welcome'

Italy's far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has met dozens of African migrants, recently evacuated from Libya by the UN, and sought to reassure them that Italy is "a welcoming, generous and supportive country".

HSE to conduct new review of CervicalCheck Group

The Health Service Executive is to conduct a new audit of the 221 plus women, or families, affected by the CervicalCheck crisis.