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Waiter shot dead after frustrated customer opens fire because it took too long to make his sandwich

French police are currently searching for a man after waiter was shot dead at restaurant in Paris on Friday evening.

According to the French news outlet AFP, the search for the gunman comes after 28-year-old man sadly died after being shot in the shoulder.

It is believed that ...

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Disgraceful: Youths suspected of burning down 20-foot-tall Drogheda Fleadh statue

In what can only be described as a despicable act, thugs burned down one of the Drogheda Fleadh’s most iconic displays.

A 20-foot-tall statue, affectionately known as ‘Frank’ was completely burned down shortly after 6am on Monday morning.

The statue, which took a ...

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In the region of 4,000 evacuated from their homes as wildfires spread across Gran Canaria

In the region of 4,000 people have been forced to flee their homes as fire fighters are battling wildfires in Gran Canaria.

The mass evacuation comes as the fires hand speed in two different directions destroying 1,700 hectares of land.

Authorities on the island say 40 towns ...

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Sunshine and showers today but the tail end of summer to return over the coming days

Yesterday was a mixed bag across the country with sunshine and showers, some very heavy in places but when the sun came out it was very warm.

Today is looking very similar with a mixture of mostly sunshine but showers will persist giving way to dry weather in the ...

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Drogheda celebrates as the 2019 Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann comes to a close

The town of Drogheda is celebrating yet another successful year as an estimated 500,000 people attended the 2019 Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann.

In what has been described as a successful week for the town many locals will begin the cleanup this morning as this year festival brought ...

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Four arrested after man is assaulted and is hit by a car in Co Antrim

Police in the North have confirmed that four men have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following an incident in Co Antrim over the weekend.

It is understood the arrests come after a man aged in his 40s was assaulted before being hit by a car in Armoy, in the early ...

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Man arrested following Dublin assault is released without charge

A man who was arrested following the serious assault of an elderly man in Dublin on Saturday, has been released without charge.

The man’s release comes after a man aged in his 70s suffered serious head and spinal injuries following an incident at Courtney Place in ...

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Search continues for a 6-year-old boy who fell into a river while on a fishing outing

Rescue crews continue searching for 6-year-old Lucas Dobson, the boy who fell into the River Stour in Kent, UK, while on a fishing trip with family and friends on Saturday.

It is understood that the child was trying to step from a jetty on to a boat, but he fell in between the two. ...

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Young British man who traveled to Syria to join ISIS stripped of his citizenship

A young British man who traveled to Syria to join ISIS has been stripped of his UK citizenship.

The Home Office confirmed that 24-year-old Jack Letts, nicknamed ‘Jihadi Jack’ is no longer a British citizen.

Letts held dual citizenship through his Canadian father. ...

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“Anything but Irish heritage” – disgust at Varadkar’s comments welcoming Orange Order back to Dublin to march

Fine Gael have always been thought of as the “West Brit” party but the Taoiseach’s latest remarks about welcoming the Orange Order to march in the streets of Dublin again has raised many eyebrows.

Varadkar is the first leader of the Republic to openly express his ...

yesterday 20:04 open_in_new
Have you a nice garden? New York Times claims lawns are symbols of racism and bad for global warming

Do you have a well-kept garden? If the answer is yes, congratulations, because according to the New York Times, that means you are a white supremacist who is melting the ice caps.

The NY Times, once a paragon of journalism, has gone so “woke” in pushing its progressive agenda ...

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BREAKING: Tipperary are All Ireland Senior Hurling Champions

Tipperary are the All Ireland Senior Hurling Champions after they beat Kilkenny 3-35 – 0-20.

In what has been Tipperary’s year, the Premier County will take home the Liam McCarthy Cup after a strong and spirited display against a 14 man Kilkenny side.

In a match ...

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Leaked government document predicts ‘shortage of food and medicines’ if a no-deal Brexit comes to pass

The UK’s financial outlook is looking more and more grim by the day, after a leaked government document predicted a dire ‘shortage of food and medicine’ across the country if a no-deal Brexit becomes fact.

The document hinted at an ‘Operation ...

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Driver suspended for refusing to drive bus promoting LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP pride month

It is widely believed that western societies such as the UK are now totally divorced from religion and are entirely secular. However, in this progressive era, blasphemy against the establishment’s agenda can still prove severely detrimental one’s life and livelihood.

This was case for ...

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Miserable weather conditions expected today, with heavy showers and some sunny spells throughout the day

Sunday’s weather is expected to be rather miserable, with frequent, heavy showers and a few sunny spells to break the routine.

The north and west of the country will be particularly badly affected by widespread rain, with temperatures hovering just below 20C. There will also ...

yesterday 13:46 open_in_new
Nora Quoirin’s body to be flown home today, parents say she will be laid to rest in Ireland and France

The body of Nora Quoirin, the French-Irish teenager who died after going missing in Malaysia, will be flown home today.

Her parents have said that Nora will be laid to rest close to her families in Ireland and France.

A post-mortem examination revealed that Nora perished of hunger ...

yesterday 12:43 open_in_new
Standing tall, 15-yr-old boy holding a crucifix blocks LGBT Pride parade in Poland

A 15-year-old boy is being applauded by Catholics and other religious groups and individuals around the world after blocking an LGBTIQCAPGNGFNBA whilst holding a Crucifix and rosary aloft.

Jakub Baryla, who is a councillor at Plock Youth Council, took to the streets of Warsaw to protest ...

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Bizarre painting of Bill Clinton in blue dress at his deceased child sex trafficker friend Epstein’s Manhattan mansion

The paedophile, child sex trafficker, Jeffery Epstein, may have died last Saturday under exceptionally dubious circumstances in a Manhattan jail, but his story keeps getting more bizarre.

As authorities raid his private island in the Caribbean and his mansions elsewhere to gather evidence ...

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New text alert system launches in ‘pathetic effort’ to stop anti social behaviour on DART services

Anti social behaviour has been rampant over the past number of years with teenage thugs running riot in stations and on carriages.

The behaviour has seen teenage thugs harassing passengers, fighting each other, attacking passengers, smashing carriages and graffiti amongst other ...

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Kick her out! Calls for Fine Gael’s Regina Doherty to be kicked out over illegal Public Service Card scandal

Fine Gael’s Regina Doherty has more on her plate today than demanding that ISIS bride Lisa Smith be returned to Ireland.

There’s major calls for Doherty to be given the door after the horrific Public Service Cards debacle.

The Data Protection Commissioner released ...

yesterday 10:37 open_in_new
All-Ireland Hurling Final: Who you got? Kilkenny and Tipperary to battle it out in Croke Park today

There is a fiercely contested All-Ireland final about to get underway in Croke Park this afternoon.

The Kilkenny Cats are aiming to reclaim the trophy that has alluded them for the past couple of years, whereas Tipperary are trying to beat their arch enemies.

The neighbouring ...

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