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Mother put pain-killing patches on two young sons before stabbing them in their necks and bodies, court hears

Warning: report contains details some may find distressing

Ukrainian refugees being ‘put up in beauty spots and seasonal hotels,’ claims Clare TD who says county is struggling to meet their needs

Kerry minor player injured in horrific attack

Garda investigation underway into attack that left Kerry minor player with broken nose and fractured jaw hours after win over Cork

‘In an ideal world, it shouldn’t have to be a big statement’ – GAA star Nicole Owens on Jake Daniels’ decision to come out

For Dublin GAA star Nicole Owens, who has become a mental health advocate after speaking about her struggles with anxiety, coming to terms with her own sexuality was hugely healing.

Motorcyclist in his fifties killed in Kerry crash

A motorcyclist has died following an accident in the Strand Road area of Tralee on Tuesday afternoon.

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Britain acting like a ‘rogue state’ on Troubles amnesty, says Mary Lou McDonald

The Indo Daily: 'How can you hurt a baby like this?' - Justice for Santina Cawley as Karen Harrington is jailed for murder

The Indo Daily: 'How can you hurt a baby like this?' - Justice for Santina Cawley as Karen Harrington is jailed for murder

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Penalties for people who fraudulently claim €400 payment for hosting refugees

Existing social welfare legislation will be amended to include the payment, however senior Government sources said the amount of the fine and whether a fraudster will face prison time has yet to be decided.

Dramatic footage reveals Carlow fire after car crashes into building

Four men charged following garda clampdown on ‘epidemic’ of extortion by drug debt collectors

One accused, a pizza chef, is alleged to have mistakenly called to an off-duty garda's home and threatened him, while in a separate case, an alleged victim was repeatedly stabbed by another suspect over a supposed debt.

‘He’s tackling homophobia head on’ – Leo Varadkar praises English footballer Jake Daniels who came out as gay

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has praised English footballer Jake Daniels for tackling homophobia “head on”. Yesterday, the Blackpool forward became the UK's first currently active male professional footballer to come out as gay.

Taxman finds pet food firm’s raw meat product not fit for human consumption

A pet food firm that had argued it should not be liable for VAT on a meat-based pet food product as it is fit for human consumption has lost its claim.


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