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GP shortages a damning indictment of Governments failed health policy

Chronic GP shortages are a damning indictment of the Government's failed Health Policy.That's the view of Fianna Fail Senator Robbie Gallagher who believes the...

Brexit process begins with triggering of Article 50

 Theresa May has triggered the process of leaving the EU.Her letter - invoking article 50 - has been received by the European Council president...

Transport workers march due to lack of Government action in Bus Eireann dispute

Transport workers are marching on the Dail this lunchtime - in protest at a lack of action in the Bus Éireann dispute.The rally coincides...

The Dáil’s heard further calls for the Garda Commissioner to be sacked

The Dáil's heard further calls for the Garda Commissioner to be sacked.Noirín O'Sullivan remains under pressure over the one million fake breath tests and...

Tourism groups from across the world visit Monaghan

Some of the world's leading tourism buyers visited Monaghan yesterday as part of a fact-finding mission.The group visited the Workhouse in Carrickmacross and Castle...

Anti-smoking groups welcome plain packaging laws

Anti-smoking groups are welcoming the news that laws on plain packaging will come into effect in September.It's aimed at making tobacco products less attractive,...

Workers from transport sector staging lunchtime protest over the Bus Éireann dispute

Workers from across the transport sector will stage a lunchtime protest today over the Bus Éireann dispute.It's to coincide with Minister Shane Ross's appearance...

Gardaí investigate circumstances surrounding suspicious house fire in Killeshandra

Gardaí are investigating the circumstances surrounding a suspicious house fire in Killeshandra.On Thursday the 23rd of March, units from Killeshandra and Ballyconnell Fire Services...

Garda Commissioner facing continuing opposition to step down

The Garda Commissioner remains under pressure, despite a strong defence from the Justice Minister in the Dáil last night.Opposition parties want Nóirín O'Sullivan to...

Increase in property tax in Cavan could see more money allocated to roads budget

'If people agreed to an increase in property tax, we would allocate that to the roads budget'.Those were the words of Joe McLoughlin, Director...

Latest Sports

European adventure for Josh Moffett

Josh Moffett along with navigator James Fulton will get their FIA ERC junior championship underway at the Azores Airline Rally on Thursday 30th.The Combilift...

Cavan U21’s looking to make provincial final

Cavan U21’s will be looking  to reach an Ulster final tonight their first in 3 years after they had won 4 in a row...

New sponsor and headquarters for Monaghan Stages Rally 2017

The countdown is already on to the next round of the Triton Showers national rally championship which will be hosted by the Monaghan motor...

Recent Obituaries

John Pat Cahill

John Pat Cahill.Drumavaddy, Carrickaboy, Co. Cavan and Castle Manor Nursing Home, Co Cavan.Wednesday March 29th at Cavan General Hospital.Reposing at the home of his...

Anna McKenna (nee Clarke)

Anna McKenna (née Clarke) The Beeches, Lislin, Mullagh, Co Cavan and formerly of Cullies, Knockbride.Tuesday 28th March peacefully in her 93rd year and surrounded by...

Peter Mc Skeane

Peter Mc’Skeane.Oram, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan.Tuesday, March, 28th at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda.Sadly missed by his loving wife Claire, Daughters; Lorraine and Louise,...

Latest Podcasts

Therapist warns of dangers of porn viewing

Watching porn can seriously damage your relationship according to a Westmeath based therapist.June Clyne is a qualified psychosexual and relationship therapist and is a...

AS REQUESTED: Cavan man urges people to talk to their loved ones about organ...

Almost 300 organ transplants were carried out on Irish people last year.That's a 12 per cent increase on 2015 according to the Irish Kidney...

AS REQUESTED: Hundreds of students take part in Castleblayney Road Safety Roadshow

Hundreds of secondary students in Cavan and Monaghan were last week faced with the hard reality of fatal traffic collisions today, in an effort...