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Missing Helicopter Found by Search Team

Missing Helicopter Found by Search Team

Photograph: High Level/Rex By Eva Buckley   The helicopter that went missing yesterday has been found with the bodies of five people. The helicopter destined for Dublin has been found by Mountain Rescue Teams in Snowdonia, Wales.   Contact with the helicopter carrying five businessmen was lost after 4pm yesterday. It was believed the helicopter

Galway set to recieve funding for 2018 St. Patricks Day parade

Image credit: myhomeistheroad.wordpress.com By Dylan Goodman Galway will benefit from a multi-million euro boost to the economy next year as the tourism authority makes funding for St. Patrick’s Day Festivities available outside the capital.   A grant of around €1 million has always been available for the annual parade in Dublin, the only city to receive

Man awarded €20,000 damages in jambon scandal

Image: http://www.dailyedge.ie/   By Dylan Goodman   A Dublin man, who claimed he was falsely accused of not paying for a jambon pastry, has been awarded €20,000 damages for defamation in the Circuit Civil Court .   Mr. Anthony Maher, of Fortunestown, Tallaght, claimed he bought a number of items from Centra Corduff, in Blanchardstown,

Memorials Held For Magdalene Laundry Victims

Image Source: by Lelia Connolly Up to one hundred people attended a special event at Bohermore Cemetery this afternoon, to remember the women of Galway’s Magdalene Laundries. Memorials were also held in Dublin and Cork. The ‘Flowers for Magdalenes’ event is now in its 6th year and sees flowers laid on the graves of the women

Red Hot Chili Peppers Postpone Dublin Gigs

  by Lelia Connolly The Red Hot Chili Peppers have unfortunately had to postpone their 3Arena shows tomorrow (20th) and Wednesday (21st) due to illness. A statement from the band has been released saying; “We are so sorry that we cannot come to Dublin as planned for the next few days. Anthony has been fighting off the

All Ireland Final “Day”?

  By Eoin Togher It was the third Sunday of September, the occasion had finally arrived-All Ireland Final day, the date both Mayo and Dublin fans marked in their diaries: the 18th of September. Everyone anticipated an epic battle and could not wait to see who came out on top, Mayo were the underdogs while Dublin