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Captain Robert ... WILKINS

Date Of Death: July 10, 2017

Portmarnock, Dublin

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Michael Walsh

Date Of Death: July 20, 2017

Bodyke, Clare

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Leanne Walsh

Date Of Death: July 18, 2017

Dublin

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Michael Walsh

Date Of Death: July 20, 2017

Rathfarnham, Dublin

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Tommy WALKER

Date Of Death: July 18, 2017

Dundalk, Louth

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Mary TIERNEY

Date Of Death: July 20, 2017

Lucan, Dublin

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Support for Fine Gael rises, opinion poll suggests

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Protests held in Poland over changes to supreme court

Poland's ruling party today dismissed a growing wave of criticism from key allies and worries at home by approving an overhaul of the Supreme Court that its critics say will undermine judicial independence.

LÉ Eithne returns to Cork after Mediterranean mission

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UK does not know what kind of Brexit it wants

As round two of the Brexit negotiations got under way this week the distinction between Britain and the remaining 27 EU states has come into sharper focus.

Rowers say emergency beacon saved their lives after boat capsized

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Further searches take place off Blackrock Island

Further searches are taking place this weekend off the north Mayo coast as the investigation into the deaths of four Coast Guard crew members in a helicopter crash last March continues.

Man injured in 'brutal and horrific' Belfast shooting

A man has been injured in what the PSNI have described as a "brutal and horrific" attack in Belfast.

Crowds pay final farewell to teenager who drowned

Hundreds of people have attended the funeral of the Longford teenager who drowned after a swimming accident in the river Shannon last Tuesday.

NTMA to procure agent for Apple state aid fund

The National Treasury Management Agency has been appointed to procure a custodian to administer a temporary account which will contain funds recovered from Apple following last year's European Commission ruling on state aid.

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Varadkar still hopeful of a U-turn on Brexit

The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said the Irish Government still holds out hope that Britain will changes its mind about Brexit and stay in the Customs Union and the single EU market.

US police chief resigns over shooting of Australian

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Winter Olympics will be an icy tech paradise

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PSNI investigating shooting at business in Keady

An investigation is under way into a shooting at a business premises in Co Armagh on Friday.