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Nicola Kenny from Thurles, Co Tipperary was a passenger in a car which was hit by a truck on the M8.

A woman killed in a crash in Co Tipperary on Monday had just taken a phone call from a hospital about her one-day-old sick daughter when she was kille(...)

The offices of the international operations centre of Ebay  in Dundalk. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Online auction site eBay is to close its operation in Dundalk. The 150 staff at the Co Louth operation were given the news yesterday, with the company(...)

Applicants in Cork, Carrick-on-Shannon, Cavan, Ennis, Longford, Portlaoise and Wicklow waited up to 24 weeks. In Dublin, Sligo and Galway the delay was up to three months long

Divorcing and separating couples in Wexford, Tullamore and Dundalk waited up to 52 weeks, the longest in the country last year, before their ready-to-(...)

Fr Michael Cusack, rector at St Joseph’s Redemptorist Church and Monastery in Dundalk, said the work had started in May and the work on the new roof had almost been completed. Image: Google Streetview

Thieves stripped a new lead roof from a 140-year old monastery and church in Dundalk, leaving both exposed and damaged by torrential rain at the weeke(...)

Trainer John Oxx with Sea The Stars in 2009. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

John Oxx has returned to winning form in style recently and the Curragh trainer can maintain that momentum with a cross-country double. It is three (...)

Aoife Finn: “A lot of people think they haven’t heard of te reo. I find that a useful reference point for bringing them up to speed is saying, ‘of course you know Maori – the Haka.’ ” Photographs: Nick Bradshaw/Getty Images

Despite never visiting the country, a woman has become a sensation in New Zealand due to her obsession with the Maori language. Trinity College Dubli(...)

 There will be revised schedules on all routes to and from Heuston Station on Saturday and Sunday due to line improvement works between Hazelhatch and Portlaoise. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Rail commuters are set for a bank holiday weekend of travel disruption with works curtailing services to and from Connolly and Heuston stations. Iris(...)

 Luana Lucchesi was fired after it was alleged she cursed at and covered the mouth of a child, and inappropriately covered the head of another infant with a blanket in 2012. She is appealing the decision. File photograph: Eric Luke /The Irish Times

A creche employee who was fired for not co-operating with an investigation into allegations of child abuse against a co-worker has spoken of a “Birmin(...)

Sweeney’s love affair with Japan is still fresh: ‘It’s a fantastic horse industry. I love the farm, the scenery, the people and the food.’

Harry Sweeney was a Kildare-based horse doctor in 1990 when he received an unusual request: would he take his veterinarian skills to remote northern J(...)

 Former crèche worker Luana Lucchesi leaving a hearing at the Employment Appeals Tribunal,  Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A former crèche worker has denied verbally and physically abusing children in her care and said she felt her dismissal from the position in July 2013 (...)

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