Warnings in place ahead of Storm Brian

Ireland is braced for gusts reaching 130km/h as Storm Brian hits, less than a week after ex-hurricane Ophelia caused death and devastation.

Death toll after Somalia truck bomb increases to 358

Somalia's deadliest ever attack, a truck bomb in the capital Mogadishu on 14 October, has now killed 358 people with 228 more injured, the government said.

Doubts raised over death of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda

International experts have announced that Chilean Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda did not die of cancer, but could not conclusively determine if he was assassinated by late dictator Augusto Pinochet's regime.

Finally I can see sky without bars, says Ibrahim

Ibrahim Halawa has posted a message on Facebook thanking staff at the Irish Embassy in Egypt for their work in securing his release from prison.

Rail unions announce series of 24-hour stoppages

Tens of thousands of rail passengers face significant disruption in the run up to Christmas after unions at Iarnród Éireann announced five 24-hour strikes in their dispute over pay.

Halawa family amazed and delighted with release

Ibrahim Halawa's sister and father have said they are amazed and delighted he has been released.

Ryanair Stansted pilots reject pay rise offers

Pilots at Ryanair's Stansted base have rejected an offer of significant pay rises by management.

Updates every seven years on Services Card, says Dept

A person will be required to update their Public Services Card (PSC) at least every seven years and to provide a new photograph to the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection every seventh year.

Special Report: The US opioid epidemic

Drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the United States. RTÉ News reports from Manchester, New Hampshire, second only to West Virginia for opioid deaths.

Efforts to restore power, water after Ophelia continue

The number of homes and businesses without electricity has fallen to 29,000 as efforts to restore power after Hurricane Ophelia continue.

Over 40 killed in two suicide attacks on Afghan mosques

More than 40 people were killed when suicide bombers attacked two separate mosques in Afghanistan, in the latest violence to rock the country.

Cross-party support to dissolve Catalan parliament

The Spanish government has secured opposition support to dissolve Catalonia's parliament and hold new elections there in January in an effort to defuse the regional government's push for independence.

Boots recalls two baby soother products

Boots has recalled two products for what it described as a "precautionary measure".

HSE warning after outbreak of measles in Dublin

The HSE said it has been notified of two confirmed cases of measles in north Dublin.

Man pleads guilty to Rathcoole firearms possession

A Dublin man has pleaded guilty at the non-jury Special Criminal Court to the possession of a cache of firearms in a business park in Dublin.

Caitríona Lucas awarded posthumous medal for bravery

A posthumous gold medal for bravery has been awarded to Coast Guard volunteer Caitríona Lucas who tragically lost her life on a rescue mission off Kilkee, Co Clare last year.

Warnings in place as Storm Brian descends on Ireland

The country is braced for gusts reaching 130km/h as Storm Brian descends on Ireland, less than a week after ex-hurricane Ophelia caused death and devastation.

Sinn Féin mayor refuses to meet Prince Charles in Derry

A Sinn Féin mayor has refused to meet Britain's Prince Charles on his visit to Derry because of his links to the Parachute Regiment.

President says no return to hard border is vital

President Michael D Higgins has said that it is vital that there is no return to a hard border between the north and south, when Britain leaves the European Union.

Bruton may target homemakers to meet teacher shortage

Special courses to enable homemakers to retrain as teachers is one of a number of measures to be considered by the Department of Education to address a chronic teacher shortage in schools.
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