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Ann Wills

Date Of Death: June 16, 2017

Innishannon, Cork

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Carton WALSH

Date Of Death: June 4, 2017

Bray, Wicklow

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THOMAS ANTHONY ... TWOMEY

Date Of Death: June 19, 2017

Douglas, Cork

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Nora TWAMLEY

Date Of Death: June 18, 2017

Lucan, Dublin

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Nora TWAMLEY

Date Of Death: June 18, 2017

Tallaght, Dublin

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Carmel TREACY

Date Of Death: June 19, 2017

Firies, Kerry

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Why Will Writing Is So Important Will Writing there are few pieces of paperwork that you need to be absolutely perfect and correct-but your will is most certainly one of them. It may not be ea...

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Will Disputes

Why There Are Will Disputes Will Disputes unfortunately, disputes in regards to wills and inherited wealth have become more and more common over the years. Complications between families, and ...

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Structured Wealth Management Wealth Management, as you think about your future and that of your family once you’re gone, it is crucial to set up a structured estate plan in order to properly...

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About Retirement Planning Retirement Planning do you ever stop and wonder if you are on the right track to receive a comfortable retirement? Unfortunately, some don’t consider the prospect and en...

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Saturday, 11 June 2016 The Moylagh JFK 50 Mile Challenge will take on cancer once again on 11 June 2016 with participants setting off at 6 am from the Community Centre in the village. The rout...

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RTÉ News - News Headlines

Hundreds of tower blocks have Grenfell-style cladding

An estimated 600 buildings in England have cladding similar to that used at the Grenfell Tower block where a blaze killed at least 79 people, a spokeswoman for the British Prime Minister has said.

Garda gets suspended sentence for Nenagh assault

Garda Brian Hanrahan, 33, has been given a six-month and three-month suspended sentence for assaulting two women in Nenagh, Co Tipperary in March 2016.

'Very good' chance of DUP deal with Tories - Donaldson

A senior Democratic Unionist MP has said the chances of reaching a deal with the Conservative Party to prop up Theresa May's minority government are "very good".

Trump 'suggests' solar panels for Mexico wall

US President Donald Trump has suggested that his planned wall to keep out migrants from Mexico could be covered with solar panels, although a similar idea was submitted by a Las Vegas businessman after the administration put out a call for ideas several months ago.

High level of trust in news media among Irish consumers

Irish consumers continue to have a consistently high interest in news, with 70% or more declaring themselves extremely or very interested in news each year, according to the Reuters Institute Digital News report 2017.

Brexit could cut €200m a year from Govt purse - ESRI

The ESRI says growth in tax revenue has slowed down this year which it says will have implications for October's budget.

Extra €10m earmarked for family hub programme

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has said the Government is giving an extra €10 million for the family hub programme to create space for another 200 families on top of the 600 already going into such accommodation.

Varadkar meets EU leaders at Brussels summit

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is attending his first summit of EU leaders in Brussels.

SIPO reveals declared political donations for 2016

More than €583,000 was held in accounts linked to political parties last year, the Standards in Public Office Commission has found.

20 dead as blast hits bank in Afghanistan

Twenty people have died after a car bomb exploded outside a bank in southern Afghanistan.

SIPTU to decide stance on new public sector pay deal

SIPTU is to decide whether to recommend acceptance of the extension to the Lansdowne Road Agreement.

FF not convinced Whelan appointment was lawful

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin will not be withdrawing remarks made in the Dáil about the appointment of Máire Whelan, according to the party's spokesperson on Public Expenditure and Reform.

Global population to reach 9.8 billion in 2050 - UN

The world's current population of 7.6 billion will balloon to 9.8 billion in 2050, according to a new report by the United Nations.

O'Mahony named as Lions captain for New Zealand clash

Ireland's Peter O'Mahony will captain the Lions against New Zealand in Eden Park on Saturday.

DUP and Tories remain 'miles apart' on deal

The DUP and Conservatives remain "miles apart" on key elements of a proposed deal to shore up Theresa May's minority government, a DUP source has said.

Husband 'not able' to attend inquest into wife's death

The inquest into the death of a pregnant woman who died during emergency surgery at the National Maternity Hospital in Holles St last year has heard that her husband does not feel he is able to attend.

June heatwave 'once-in-40 year' phenomenon

The Head of Forecasting with Met Éireann has said it is 40 years since Ireland has experienced a heatwave during June like has been just experienced.

SDLP say Sinn Féin and DUP preparing power-sharing deal

The DUP and Sinn Féin are preparing to strike a deal to restore power sharing in Northern Ireland, according to the SDLP.

Mosul's famous al-Nuri mosque blown up

The Grand al-Nuri Mosque in Mosul and its famous leaning minaret have been blown up, with the Iraqi military claiming that the so-called Islamic State group was responsible.

Russian hackers targeted 21 US states during election

Russian hackers targeted election systems belonging to 21 US states in last year's presidential election, a US official told Congress.