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Cabinet to discuss preparations for 'hard Brexit'

The Cabinet will meet in Co Kerry today to discuss stepping up preparations for a "hard Brexit"

Derrynane House: An apt location for Cabinet meeting

Thai cave boys to leave hospital and speak to media

Twelve boys and their football coach rescued from a cave in Thailand will leave hospital today and speak to the media for the first time.

Trump - No rush on North Korean denuclearisation

US President Donald Trump has now said there is no hurry to denuclearise North Korea, having previously said the process would start very soon.

Brexit a 'threat' to Ireland's medium-term prosperity

The National Competitiveness Council's annual benchmarking report shows emerging cost pressures and capacity constraints weaken Ireland's competitiveness.

Two die after boat capsizes off Malin Head

Two people have died after being rescued from the sea off Malin Head in Co Donegal.

Two-year-old dies after being hit by car in Bray

A two-year-old boy has died after being struck by a car in Co Wicklow.

Mallow murder suspected believed to have fled country

Gardaí investigating the murder of a man in Co Cork last week now believe a suspect they are keen to speak with about the killing has fled the country.

40% have fictional first memories - study

Two fifths of people have a fictional first memory based on fragments of early experiences, psychologists have found.

Trump claims he misspoke in Putin press conference

US President Donald Trump has said he misspoke at a joint news conference with Russian leader Vladimir Putin and meant to say he saw no reason why it was not Russia that interfered in the 2016 US election.

Ryanair cancels 24 flights to Britain over strike

Ryanair has confirmed the cancellation of 24 flights to Britain on Friday as a result of planned industrial action by pilots.

No one has 'veto' on appointment of judges - Flanagan

The Minister for Justice, Charlie Flanagan, has said he rejects any assertion that anybody has a veto over the appointment of judges.

British govt defeated on amendment to Trade Bill

British Prime Minister Theresa May has seen off a significant challenge to her Brexit plans, thwarting a rebel Tory move which could have forced her to try to keep Britain in a customs union with the EU.

Sign language version of National Anthem debuts

A new Irish Sign Language version of the National Anthem has been officially performed for the first time by a deaf choir and Corporal Anthony Kelly, a piper from the Defences Forces band.

Woman arrested in US charged with being Russian agent

A 29-year-old Russian woman living in Washington DC, has been arrested and charged with conspiracy to act as an agent of the Russian government, according to the US Justice Department.

Coroner appeals scope of Birmingham bombing inquests

Lawyers for the coroner in charge of inquests into the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings have said the hearings will not resolve the "enduring injustice" for victims and their families.

Facebook moderators instructed not to remove content

Facebook moderators were instructed not to remove extreme, abusive or graphic content from the platform even when it violated the company's guidelines, an undercover investigation has found.

Unpaid contractors remove equipment from Carlow school

Building subcontractors have gone to a school construction site in Carlow and removed equipment they installed and have not been paid for.

Minister says water restrictions appear to be working

The Minister for Housing has said overnight water restrictions in the Dublin area appear to be working, but they are being kept under review so that more serious restrictions will not be needed coming into the autumn.

George Lee: More to be done on water conservation

Water conservation efforts particularly by householders in the Dublin region have been paying significant dividends in terms of saving water during the current dry spell, but may not be enough.
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