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Four charged in relation to drugs seizure off Cork

Another four men have been before the district court charged in connection with the seizure of 2.2 tonnes of cocaine on a bulk carrier off the Cork coast.

Barristers protesting at courts in strike over fees

Barristers who work in criminal law are on strike for the first time in a dispute about the Government's failure to reverse cuts to their pay imposed in the aftermath of the financial crash.

Woman reveals dangers of talking to strangers online

Parents and guardians of children with smartphones are being urged to provide anonymous submissions of harmful content their children may have received through an online portal.

Enoch Burke to stay in prison over school court order

Teacher Enoch Burke will remain in Mountjoy Prison after he again refused to stay away from Wilson's Hospital School in Co Westmeath.

Czech Republic, Poland to tighten border with Slovakia

The Czech Republic and Poland have taken coordinated action to introduce checks along their borders with Slovakia to curb illegal migration flows and smuggler activity, the countries said.

How an unexpected Dublin flight path has caused airport outrage

Families who have unexpectedly found themselves living under a new flight path following the opening of Dublin Airport's north runway last year are calling for the Government to intervene and force the Dublin Airport Authority to change their air routes.

Tom Rogic retires to focus on family after IVF journey

Former Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic has announced his retirement at the age of 30 to focus on his family after revealing his wife is expecting twins following "struggles and heartache with fertility treatment".

Spain's Pedro Sanchez asked to try form a government

Spain's King Felipe has nominated acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez to face a parliamentary vote for a new mandate after his conservative rival failed in his bid to become premier last week.

Changes to personal taxation to be 'central' to Budget

The Minister for Finance has said that changes to personal taxation will be a "central element" of a tax package worth over €1.1 billion that will form part of next week's budget.

GRA refuses overtime in garda roster protest

The Garda Representative Association has begun its protest over Garda Commissioner Drew Harris' decision to change the garda roster next month.

Number of people seeking asylum in Ireland up 25%

The number of people living in direct provision and emergency international protection accommodation has increased by more than 25% since the beginning of the year, according to figures from the Department of Integration.

Eyewitness video shows fireball lighting up Oxford sky

A lightning strike hit a UK food waste recycling plant last night, sending a huge fireball into the night sky and cutting power nearby.

Spain opens manslaughter probe into nightclub fire

A Spanish court has opened a manslaughter probe into a deadly fire that killed 13 people inside a nightclub which had ignored an earlier closure order.

Bill will bring clarity to planning system - Minister

The Cabinet has approved the Planning and Development Bill, which Minister for Housing Darragh O'Brien said will "facilitate increased housing supply and critical infrastructure".

Trio win physics Nobel for work on exploring electrons

Three atomic physicists, France's Pierre Agostini, Hungarian-Austrian Ferenc Krausz and French-Swedish Anne L'Huillier, have won the Nobel Physics Prize for research into tools for exploring electrons inside atoms and molecules.

RTÉ sinks to bottom of customer experience table

RTÉ has dropped to the bottom of the league table of 150 brands in the latest annual Customer Experience report compiled by the CX Company.

One dead after shooting at Bangkok shopping centre

One person was killed and six were injured after a shooting at a Bangkok mall, emergency services have said.

'Grotesque unnecessary deaths', euthanasia cttee hears

TDs and Senators have been warned of "a growing number of grotesque examples of unnecessary deaths" resulting from legalised euthanasia.

Pope shows 'change in attitude' on blessing gay couples

Former President of Ireland Mary McAleese has said Pope Francis has shown a change in attitude after suggesting there could be ways to bless same-sex unions.

Bid launched to oust Kevin McCarthy as US House Speaker

An attempt has been made to oust US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy from his post, triggering the most serious showdown yet within the Republican party as it battles to contain supporters of ex-president Donald Trump.