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Fathal Crash

no responses. October 20, 2015 News Team

A young boy is recovering in hospital after being ‘mauled by vicious dog’ in Waterford city


A young boy is recovering in hospital after being ‘mauled by vicious dog’ in Waterford city

An 8 year old boy underwent surgery after being attacked by a dog that was roaming in Waterford city Monday evening. The boy was rushed to University Hospital Waterford after being set upon by a black and white collie in the Gracedieu area of the city after 6pm.

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Gaelscoil Philib Barun Tramore

no responses. October 20, 2015 News Team

The first blocks of the new Gaelscoil Philib Barun were laid Monday


The first blocks of the new Gaelscoil Philib Barun were laid Monday

The first blocks for the new eight classroom Gaelscoil Philib Barun at Crobally Upper, in Tramore were laid Monday, after a 30 year wait for a permanent home.

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Oscar Pistorius

no responses. October 20, 2015 News Team

Oscar Pistorius Is Released From Jail On Parole


Oscar Pistorius Is Released From Jail On Parole

Oscar Pistorius has been released from prison on parole after serving a year for killing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. The athlete was sentenced to five years in 2014 for killing Ms Steenkamp.

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Adele ~ Hello

no responses. October 19, 2015 News Team

Adele teases new music in 30-second advert during X Factor break


Adele teases new music in 30-second advert during X Factor break

Adele appears to have released a 30-second teaser of new material from her upcoming third album in a TV advert. The advert appeared during the X Factor on Sunday night, and consisted of a black screen with white lyrics accompanying Adele’s voice.

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no responses. October 19, 2015 News Team

New figures show that just 40% of drink-drive cases since 2013 led to convictions


New figures show that just 40% of drink-drive cases since 2013 led to convictions

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has said it is concerned and disappointed at the low level of drink-driving convictions. New figures published today show only 40% of drink-driving cases before the country’s district courts since January 2013 resulted in convictions.

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no responses. October 18, 2015 News Team

Amazon Suing 1,114 “Fake Reviewers” For Hire


Amazon Suing 1,114 “Fake Reviewers” For Hire

Amazon is taking legal action against more than 1,000 people for allegedly posting fake reviews on its website. The lawsuit, filed in a state court in Seattle, cites 1,114 defendants for “tarnishing Amazon’s brand for their own profit and the profit of a handful of dishonest sellers and manufacturers”.

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no responses. October 18, 2015 News Team

Mystery distress call causes wide-scale hunt on Cork coast


Mystery distress call causes wide-scale hunt on Cork coast

A wide-scale hunt took place earlier today off the coast of Cork after a mystery distress call from a yacht.

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no responses. October 17, 2015 News Team

New Poll shows drop in Fine Gael support, as Independents, Labour gain


New Poll shows drop in Fine Gael support, as Independents, Labour gain

A new opinion poll for tomorrow’s Sunday Times, suggests a drop in support for Fine Gael, while also showing a small increase in the popularity of Labour, Independents and some smaller parties.

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no responses. October 16, 2015 News Team

Man Finds Dead Rodent In Subway Sandwich


Man Finds Dead Rodent In Subway Sandwich

Subway says one of its restaurants in Oregon has been thoroughly cleaned after a customer found a dead rodent in his sandwich.

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Web Summit

no responses. October 15, 2015 News Team

Web Summit bosses urged government “to engage”


Web Summit bosses urged government “to engage”

Relations between the Government and the organisers of the Web Summit declined dramatically in the weeks before last months announcement that the summit was to move to Lisbon from next year, according to documents released this afternoon.

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