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September 21, 2017

News update: 20th March

March 20, 2014 Katie Coyle 0

Ambulance malfunction: Investigations are underway into faulty electrics that left a sick child and paramedics locked in an ambulance for forty minutes when they were on their way to hospital.   St.Patricks day attack: After a

News Update: 13th March

March 13, 2014 Katie Coyle 0

Harlem Gas explosion: At least two have died and many more have been injured following a gas leak and subsequent explosion in an apartment complex in Harlem, New York.    Penalty point scandal: An investigation

News update: 7th March

March 6, 2014 Katie Coyle 0

Gun attack: A man in his forties was dumped from a car with severe gunshot wounds in the Finglas area yesterday evening. He was shot in the leg repeatedly however he survived the attack.   Fatal

News update: Thursday 27th february

February 27, 2014 Katie Coyle 0

Alan shatter in the Dail: While the Taoiseach has defended Alan shatter over the recent Gardai mishandling controversy. Mick Wallace on the other hand publicly criticized the minister and called for his resignation. Shatter nonetheless

Trending on the web: 20th February

February 20, 2014 Katie Coyle 0

# Selfies: The Selfie game has truly gone too far, pouting like a duck in the mirror may not have been condescending enough as new selfie trends have emerged that involve taking selfies at funerals and also taking

News update: 20th February

February 20, 2014 Katie Coyle 14

Gsoc- A retired High court Judge has been appointed to the Gsoc case. Judge John Cooke is to conduct the inquiry. Alan Shatter however has expressed doubt in relation to the basis that the inquiry

Pope Benedict’s 1st Year Of Retirement

February 13, 2014 Daniel Crown 0

A year after his shock resignation, Pope Benedict has no regrets and believes history will vindicate his tumultuous and much-criticised papacy. Speaking to the Reuters news agency his top aid said: “Pope Benedict is at

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