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Man arrested, woman critical after Arklow assault

A man has been arrested after a woman was assaulted at an apartment in Arklow, Co Wicklow. The woman is in a critical condition.

Three arrests after anti-racism, free speech protests

Three people were arrested following rival demonstrations by anti-racism and free speech groups outside Leinster House in Dublin.

Independent person 'may examine' Dara Murphy case

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said an independent person may be appointed to examine the Dáil attendance record and expenses claims of former Fine Gael TD Dara Murphy.

Yellow warning for snow and ice for entire country

Met Éireann has issued a Status Yellow snow and ice warning for the entire country. The warning is in effect from 11am today until 11am tomorrow.

RTÉ Sport Awards updates

Keep up to date with what's happenings on a night when the stars of 2019 are honoured.

Appeal to trace a missing married couple from Dublin

An appeal has been issued to trace a married couple missing from Woodford Lane in Portmarnock, Co Dublin. Bernard and Carol Devine have been missing since the morning of Tuesday 10 December.

Delays in cancer treatments not acceptable - charity

The Gavin Glynn Foundation says a number of families with cancer patients have contacted the foundation stressed and concerned over chemotherapy sessions being cancelled at CHI at Crumlin.

Albania arrests nine people after earthquake

Nine people have been arrested in Albania on suspicion of homicide and abuse of power following an earthquake last month that killed 51 people.

Do Not Consume water notice issued in Co Cavan

Thousands of people are affected by a Do Not Consume water notice issued in Co Cavan.

COP25 climate summit unraveling, face failure

A UN climate summit in Madrid is on life support after marathon negotiations between countries left them more divided than ever over on how to fight global warming and pay for its ravages.

Johnson vows to repay trust of ex-Labour voters

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowed to repay the trust of former opposition voters who gave his Conservatives a mandate to take Britain out of the European Union next month.

EU calls for UK Brexit deal vote 'as soon as possible'

European Council President Charles Michel has called on London to vote on a proposed Brexit agreement as soon as possible following British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's electoral victory.

The Tory landslide and the Irish Sea

Boris Johnson's stunning election victory means the Irish Protocol - creating a border in the Irish Sea - will come into effect.

Govt formed over breakfast is running out of supplies

Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon up by 104% - data

Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon in November surged by 104% compared to the same month in 2018, according to official data released today.

Divers attempt to find victims of NZ volcano

Divers have been working in contaminated waters with near zero visibility attempting to find the bodies of two people killed in the White Island eruption in New Zealand.

North Korea conducts 'crucial test' at satellite site

North Korea has conducted another "crucial test" at its Sohae satellite launch site, state media reported, as nuclear negotiations between Pyongyang and Washington remain deadlocked with a deadline approaching.

Extra Christmas magic with sensory Santa

Parents of children with autism and other developmental disabilities have been treated, along with their families, to a visit to a special Santa's Grotto in Galway.

Leaders pledge to work to restore power-sharing

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has spoken by phone with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson this evening, with both men agreeing there was "now a significant opportunity to restore" power-sharing in Northern Ireland.

Nationalist MPs outnumber Unionists for first time

Unionists will not have a majority of the 18 seats in Westminster for the first time, following the UK general election.