Zimbabwean opposition claims soldiers hunting its supporters for detention

Zimbabwean opposition claims soldiers hunting its supporters for detention Spokesman Nkululeko Sibanda claimed many people have gone into hiding following violence sparked by the election result. Opposition party supporters arrested during a raid arrive a court...

Bunclody welcomes Mayor of Muskogee Oklahoma

Bunclody welcomes Mayor of Muskogee Oklahoma At the civic reception for Mayor Bob Coburn of Muskogee, Oklahoma in Bunclody Golf Club were, back row: Cllr. Keith Doyle, chairman Wexford Co. Council; Gwen Coburn, Cllr. Willie...

Bank of England raises rates but signals no rush for further hike as uncertain...

Bank of England raises rates but signals no rush for further hike as uncertain Brexit looms Mark Carney. Photo: Reuters The Bank of England pushed interest rates above their financial crisis lows on Thursday but signalled...

Creagh College receive €3,000 in funding for new Leaving Certificate subjects

Creagh College receive €3,000 in funding for new Leaving Certificate subjects Creagh College will receive €3,000 to support the roll out of new Leaving certificate subjects this September. Computer Science and Physical Education will be on...

Boomtown Rats for Sligo Live ’18

Boomtown Rats for Sligo Live '18 Band will play the Knocknarea Arena at the festival Iconic band The Boomtown Rats has just been announced for Sligo Live 2018. Festival organiser Rory O'Connor is delighted to reveal that...

Blow for Liebherr employees

Blow for Liebherr employees Up to 800 staff at Liebherr in Killarney, who are on a three-day-week from September 1, have not been told for how long the cost-cutting measure will be in place. A letter...

How fully employed workforce still ‘two years off’

How fully employed workforce still 'two years off' 75pc of adults are at work in the UK, while less than 70pc are in Ireland. Stock photo The number of people out of work has dropped by...

Early general election would do irreparable damage to Ireland, says minister

Early general election would do irreparable damage to Ireland, says minister John Halligan said an early poll would jeopardise Ireland’s economy and that politicians should put country over party. Minister John Halligan said an early general...

Two candidates confident of win in Zimbabwe’s first presidential election since Mugabe’s removal

Two candidates confident of win in Zimbabwe's first presidential election since Mugabe's removal Civil society groups collating results, say tight race ZEC expected to release results within five days of vote Vote counting ongoing in...

Strategy will help to progress greenways

Strategy will help to progress greenways Strategy is 'positive news' for Wicklow and Blessington projects Blessington Greenway The newly-launched Greenway Strategy could have great benefits for greenways around the Garden County. The strategy aims to increase the number,...

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