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‘Tragic but realistic’ – new award to recognize broadcasters with ‘natural’ Irish

Oireachtas na Gaeilge to present new award for 'Provider Broadcaster of the Year' at Oireachtas Communications Awards Well-known lecturer and former broadcaster Norita Ní Chartúir...

TikTok learns an old lesson in US negotiating art

TikTok is forcibly discovering that the Oval Office may have trump cards in operations that pose national security concerns. President Donald Trump pushed for...

BP gets serious with its corporate remodel

Bernard Looney is betting the BP house on his green energy ambitions. In addition to cutting the dividend to free up cash...

ہزار 85,000 fine for killing rare stork

Louisiana: Two rare storks (woping cranes) have been fined شکار 85,000 and public service in the United States. In May 2016, Canon Constantin...

Nine people being questioned about gross crime in Limerick

The Gardaí have arrested nine people as part of an investigation into an organized crime gang in Limerick. Over 170 Gardaí along with members of...

Significant reduction in crime due to Covid-19

The Gardaí say that the outbreak of coronary virus has led to a dramatic reduction in the number of crimes recorded in March and...

The government is expected to announce this evening that it will be a crime not to fill in forms at airports and ports

It is hoped that the government will put in place policies, whereby newcomers will be required to provide an address to An Garda Síochána...

Two people due in court over €500k fraud at Dublin Zoo

A man in his 30s and woman in her late 20s are due in court in County Tipperary this evening charged in connection with...

London’s Met Police switches on live facial recognition, flying in face of human rights concerns

While EU lawmakers are mulling a temporary ban on the use of facial recognition to safeguard individuals’ rights, as part of risk-focused plan to...

Trump impeachment: Legal experts say a crime is not required

President Donald Trump’s defence against impeachment relies in part on arguments made in the precedent-setting trial of President Andrew Johnson more than 150 years...

Seven arrested in PSNI money laundering investigation into assets worth £215m

Seven people have been arrested following an investigation into the international money laundering of criminal assets accumulating to approximately £215 million (€252m). Officers from PSNI's...

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‘Tragic but realistic’ – new award to recognize broadcasters with ‘natural’ Irish

Oireachtas na Gaeilge to present new award for 'Provider Broadcaster of the Year' at Oireachtas Communications Awards Well-known lecturer and former broadcaster Norita Ní Chartúir...

TikTok learns an old lesson in US negotiating art

TikTok is forcibly discovering that the Oval Office may have trump cards in operations that pose national security concerns. President Donald Trump pushed for...

BP gets serious with its corporate remodel

Bernard Looney is betting the BP house on his green energy ambitions. In addition to cutting the dividend to free up cash...

ہزار 85,000 fine for killing rare stork

Louisiana: Two rare storks (woping cranes) have been fined شکار 85,000 and public service in the United States. In May 2016, Canon Constantin...

Irish language television series sold to a streaming service in Europe

Corp + Anam, produced by Magamedia for TG4, is now available on 'SOONER', a video streaming service in Germany, Switzerland and Austria ...