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Two held on suspicion of murder in Kerry Babies case

Two people have been arrested in connection with the discovery of the body of an infant at White Strand in Cahersiveen in Co Kerry in 1984, which became known as the Kerry Babies case.

40th anniversary of discovery of baby's body approaches

On 14 April 1984, the body of a five-day-old baby boy was found on the beach at White Strand near Cahersiveen, Co Kerry.

Man jailed for assault that left woman blind in one eye

A 19-year-old man who took part in an attack during which a young woman was blinded in one eye has been jailed for four-and-a-half years.

Accenture set to cut 400 jobs in Ireland

Accenture has confirmed that it plans to make up to 400 staff in its Irish operations redundant.

Man convicted of manslaughter of Donegal woman in 2019

A 32-year-old man has been found not guilty of the murder of Jasmine McMonagle in Co Donegal but guilty of her manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

Transgender women banned from female athletics

Transgender women will no longer be allowed to compete in female track and field events regardless of their levels of testosterone.

Families facing eviction 'fighting a losing battle'

TikTok boss appears before Congress amid 'threat' fears

TikTok's chief executive is facing tough questions from US representatives who are convinced the Chinese-owned short video app should be banned for being a "tool" of the Chinese Communist Party.

Centre branches out with Ireland's first Tiny Forest

There was a festival atmosphere at the Tolka River Project as the community turned up in large numbers to plant the first so-called Tiny Forest in Ireland.

No renegotiation of Windsor Framework – NI Secretary

Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Chris Heaton-Harris has said there will be no renegotiation of the UK/EU deal to address issues linked to the Northern Ireland Protocol.

Two sentenced over sex attack on teenage girl in Kerry

A teenage girl who was raped and sexually assaulted by two teenagers in a dark country lane has told the Central Criminal Court that she developed an eating disorder after the attacks "as a way of killing herself slowly".

NY prosecutor: Trump gave 'false expectation' of arrest

Donald Trump created a "false expectation" of his imminent arrest, the New York prosecutor investigating the ex-president over hush money has said, as tensions build over a possible indictment.

Green members criticise Hourigan suspension over vote

Several Green Party councillors have voiced criticism of the suspension of Dublin Central TD Neasa Hourigan from the parliamentary party, and her removal from Oireachtas committees, for voting against the Government on the eviction ban.

Life sentence for woman who killed baby son in Belfast

A 30-year-old woman has been handed a life sentence after she was found guilty of murdering her baby son and attempting to murder her daughter.

'Not fit for civilians to live' - Red Cross in Ukraine

The International Committee of the Red Cross have delivered much needed supplies to towns and cities near Bakhmut in a three day convoy.

Florida set to expand 'Don't Say Gay' law

The Republican-led US state of Florida is expected to ban the teaching of sexual orientation and gender identity in all school grades, in an expansion of a controversial law the White House slammed as "completely, utterly wrong".

China says US warship 'warned' to leave S China Sea

The Chinese military said it warned a US warship to "leave" waters in the disputed South China Sea, claims swiftly denied as "false" by American forces.

EU, UN chief discuss Ukraine, food security, sanctions

European Union leaders have held talks with United Nations chief Antonio Guterres on global food security and sanctions imposed on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.

Minister raises concern over Fair Deal change

Minister of State for Older People Mary Butler has expressed concern about what she called unintended consequences of a move to allow residents in long-term nursing home care to retain 100% of rental income from their homes.

Call to address HSE disability service staff vacancies

Independent TD Carol Nolan has called on the Government to address recruitment and retention issues in HSE children's disability services.