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Hundreds of ambulance personnel are to stage a 24-hour strike from Friday afternoon. File photograph: Alan Betson

Hundreds of ambulance personnel are to stage a 24-hour strike from Friday afternoon. The workers are members of the National Ambulance Service Repres(...)

Hedge-cutting is banned between February and September, except where overgrown hedges pose a risk to drivers and pedestrians.

Following in his father’s footsteps, 46-year-old Paraic O’Brien has cut hedges in south Tipperary around Cahir and Clonmel for a quarter of a century,(...)

The missiles smashed the window of the bedroom at 1.30pm, a time when baby Saara Uddin usually had her afternoon nap.

Gardaí in Kildare are investigating an alleged racist attack in which the bedroom window of a baby girl was smashed with an iron bar. The seven-week(...)

Minister for Health Simon Harris announced the new reforms on Wednesday. File photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Government’s new structural reforms of the health service will not represent a return to the old health boards, Minister for Health Simon Harris h(...)

 Joseph O’Gorman, father of Shauna O’Gorman,   pictured leaving the Four Courts  after the High Court approved the settlement. Photograph: Collins Courts

A schoolgirl who fractured her ankle as she jumped off a trampoline has settled her High Court action for €35,000. Shauna O’Gorman was attending a gy(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy with Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe at the HBFI update on Tuesday. Photograph: Tom Honan

The help-to-buy scheme has played a “valuable role”, the Minister for Finance has said, although he wouldn’t be drawn on whether the scheme will conti(...)

Ambulance personnel striking on January 22nd at the ambulance service facility on the Davitt Road, Dublin. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Staff in the HSE’s National Ambulance Service who are members of the trade union Siptu are to ballot for strike action in a dispute over the operation(...)

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A Dublin man will be sentenced at the Special Criminal Court later this month for possessing €1.25 million worth of heroin. Michael Brady (54), with (...)

Court was told the  nature and quantity of the firearms, ammunition and other items, warranted an inference that the ‘arsenal’ was assembled to ‘support and sustain organised crime of the most serious nature’.

A Kildare man who minded an “arsenal” of firearms and ammunition for the Kinahan cartel has been jailed for 10 years and six months. Declan Brady (5(...)

Arachas Corporate Brokers has bought Murray & Spelman, which is chaired by Charlie McCreevy, above, for an undisclosed sum

Acquisitive Dublin-based insurance provider Arachas Corporate Brokers has bought Murray & Spelman, a financial services firm chaired by former min(...)

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