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Up to €20 million needed to refurbish derelict public buildings in Castleblayney

Up to €20 million in funding is needed to bring all derelict public buildings in Castleblayney back into use.The Oireachtas Rural Affairs Committee is...

Actor Niall Toibin dies age 89

Actor and comedian Niall Toibin has died.His family says he died in Dublin early today after a long illness.He starred in Ballykissangel and Veronica...

Justice Minister rejects claims Gardaí were ineffective in QIH investigations

The Justice Minister rejects claims that Gardaí have been turning a blindeye to conflict in border areas in recent years.Gardaí have increased their presence...

TD called on to clarify comments on payments from Ireland to Nigeria

The Finance Minister has urged Noel Grealish to clarify comments he made in the Dáil yesterday.The Galway TD questioned if some money being sent...

CAB investigation continuing after five businesses raided in Cavan and Monaghan

A Criminal Assets Bureau investigation is continuing after it raided a number of businesses across Cavan and Monaghan this week.It follows searches at 10...

Met Éireann forecasts possible snow falls today

Colder than normal temperatures could see snow falling today.A status yellow rain warning has been issued for seven counties.Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Wicklow, Offaly...

Parts of Clones to remain without full water supply until tomorrow

Irish Water says it will be tomorrow before parts of Clones see their water supply restored.The burst on the water-main has been located but...

Man who beat and raped woman in Monaghan has jail term increased

A man who beat and raped a woman in Monaghan after giving her a lift home has had his jail term increased.Aurelijus Kizelavicius, of...

Local emergency services deal with hostage situation and fatal road collision in Major Emergency...

Local emergency services participated in a Major Emergency Exercise earlier today.The training took place at locations in Louth and Monaghan.The planned multi-agency training scenario...

Three Cavan Bishops awarded Civic Reception at Cavan Courthouse

Three Cavan Bishops were awarded a Civic Reception at the Cavan Courthouse last night.A Civic Reception is the highest civilian honour that can be...

Latest Sports

Ireland Women Look For Greek Victory

Katie McCabe will captain Ireland as they look to secure rare away points in their quest for Euro 2021 when they meet Greece this...

St. Pats take first national gold of the season

The first day of the National Indoor Tug of War Championships took place recently and will  will run through to the New Year. The...

Donaghmoyne Bow Out Of All-Ireland Championship

Donaghmoyne bowed out of the All-Ireland ladies senior football championship after a 2-13 to 1-10 defeat to Mourneabbey writes Diarmuid Sheehan.Goals from Laura Fitzgerald...

Recent Obituaries

Donna (Dodie) Smith (nee Curran)

Donna (Dodie) Smith (nee Curran), 54 Carrowshee Park, Lisnaskea, Co Fermanagh. Died Tuesday 12th November 2019 suddenly in hospital surrounded by her loving family....

John O’Shea

John O’Shea. Stevenage, London and formerly of No.7 Cortolvin Road, Monaghan. Who died on Tuesday, November, 12th, peacefully in London. Sadly missed by his mum Betty...

Baby Kajus Griksas

Baby Kajus Griksas. 23 Ardkeen, Cavan. Monday November 11th, peacefully in Temple Street childrens Hospital , Dublin. Sadly missed by his heartbroken parents, his brothers...

Latest Podcasts

Podcast: Seamus Darby ‘About That Goal’

Seamus Darby has written a book 'about that goal' telling his life story and chatting about the goal he scored which won the 1982...

Podcast: Paul Williams Speaking to JF Show

People in west Cavan need to be told they’ve nothing to fear from those carrying out attacks on Quinn Industrial Holdings Directors.Leading crime journalist...

Men’s Health: Things every man should know and talk about

Did you know, that on average, men die six years younger than women? For the most part, they are for reasons that are largely...