Brexit vote could see increase in roaming charges in Northern Ireland

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Brexit vote could see increase in roaming charges in Northern Ireland

People living along the border could be hit with higher phone charges due to the vote by the UK to leave the EU – that’s according to a... more

Political parties received over €12 million in state funding last year

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Political parties received over €12 million in state funding last year

Political parties received over 12 million euro in state funding last year. Figures released by the Standards Commission show the four main parties... more

Fine Gael Councillor believes we should open up the conversation on a United Ireland

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Fine Gael Councillor believes we should open up the conversation on a United Ireland

The new Cathaoirleach of Castleblayney Carrickmacross Municipal District believes we should open up the conversation on a united Ireland. Fine Gael... more

Sinn Féin MEP says it’s alarming that EU leaders are endorsing closer ties with NATO

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Sinn Féin MEP says it’s alarming that EU leaders are endorsing closer ties with NATO

A local Sinn Féin MEP says it’s alarming that EU leaders are endorsing closer ties with NATO. Matt Carthy was speaking as the EU summit is... more

Clones Tidy Towns Committee will open their 1916 memorial this evening

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Clones Tidy Towns Committee will open their 1916 memorial this evening

Clones Tidy Towns Committee will open their 1916 memorial this evening. The official opening is in conjunction with Ballybay – Clones Municipal... more