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- Activists hold protest in Dublin ahead of United Nations climate talks
Environmental activists have urged the Government to act fast on fossil fuels as they head for New York for talks on global climate action.
- Biden's backing of striking US car workers could come back to bite him
A fortnight ago US president Joe Biden said he was not worried about a threatened strike by car workers and that he did not think it would actually happen.
- Covid budgets were dramatic, but Budget 2024 will be the Coalition's most politically difficult
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- Gardaí appeal for help finding man last seen in Cork more than two weeks ago
Gardaí have issued an urgent appeal for public assistance amid growing fears for the safety and wellbeing of a 47-year-old man who hasn't been seen since he left a homeless shelter in Cork more than two weeks ago.
- Land agency to get first refusal on RTÉ's Montrose site
The State's Land Development Agency (LDA) has told RTÉ that it must be given the first refusal on the purchase of the broadcaster's base in Montrose, Dublin 4, in the event that it is put on the market, the Business Post reports.
- Russell Brand: In Plain Sight review – shocking, ghastly exposé of a litany of alleged sex attacks
There is a surreal moment halfway through Channel 4's Dispatches investigation of comedian Russell Brand in which the filmmakers submit a request for information from the station about Brand's time at the broadcaster. Channel 4's response is that it cannot comply because of data protection safeguards. Britain's most radical television network is looking itself in the mirror and shaking its head.
- Rolling Stone co-founder Jann Wenner removed from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame board
Jann Wenner, co-founder of Rolling Stone magazine, has been removed from the board of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation a day after an interview with him was published in the New York Times in which he made comments that were widely criticised as sexist and racist.
- Irish leaders head to UN summit to push poverty eradication, social justice goals
Ireland will play a key role over the coming days in seeking to secure international momentum at the United Nations on achieving international development goals such as the elimination of poverty and implementing social justice.
- Refugees in Tunisia: 'We want to live with dignity like every human being'
Saad Eddin Ismail left his home in Darfur, Sudan, six years ago, on a long quest to find safety.
- Ukraine war: Russian claims missile strike on armoured-vehicle repair plant in Kharkiv
Russia has carried out a missile strike on a plant in the northeast Ukrainian city of Kharkiv where armoured vehicles for Ukraine's military are repaired, the Russian defence ministry said on Sunday.
- Stolen Lives: 239 violent deaths of women in Ireland from 1996 to today
This article chronicles 239 violent deaths of women in Ireland since 1996 — a particularly gruesome year for "femicide", with 19 killings of women....
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- The Iveagh Markets: Can a former Dublin glory be saved?
Type "Iveagh Markets" into Google Maps, and red words appear: Permanently closed. Blunt and apparently definite; but maybe inaccurate. The market awaits its fate as a seemingly interminable legal row now moves slowly through High Court mediation: nearly two years in, the mediation was adjourned...
- Enoch Burke and the problem of 'potentially indefinite incarceration'
Enoch Burke remains adamant he will not purge his contempt-of-court orders in a case that has shone a light on civil contempt laws and the difficulties that arise when people, for whatever reason, refuse to purge their contempt and thereby face indefinite imprisonment....
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- 'A bit untouchable': How the Christian Brothers make it very difficult to bring them to court
The legal strategy being adopted by the Christian Brothers when they are being sued for alleged historical sex abuse is putting people "through the wringer", according to a solicitor with more than two decades of experience representing claimants taking cases against religious orders....