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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Councillors approve deal for 80% of units in Dublin housing development to be social...

Dublin city councillors have approved a deal that will see 80% of housing at O'Devaney Gardens being used for social and affordable homes.This...

Investigation underway following attempted theft of cash in transit van in Dublin

An investigation is underway after the attempted theft of a cash in transit van in north Dublin today.Several men got into the vehicle...

Gay Byrne reflects on life and regrets

In May of last year, Gay Byrne made a surprising admission that he regretted the length of time he spent working for RTÉ,...

Proposed Cork Docklands plan challenged

A High Court challenge has been brought over Cork City Council's decision to approve €6m road upgrade to help open the City's docklands...

Boil water notice re-issued for 600,000 people

Several alarms at the Leixlip Water plant “were not responded to”, leading to the country's largest-ever boil water notice last month, TDs will...

It started on the Late Late Show: Gaybo’s most controversial moments

The first broadcast of The Late Late Show was 11.20pm, July 6, 1962. Producer Tom McGrath intended it to be a light entertainment,...

Tubridy and Kenny recall a ‘legend and icon’

Gay Byrne’s successors on the Late Late Show have reflected on their relationships with the broadcasting icon, and recalled the advice he dispensed...

Man who threatened to kill and bite the nose off garda jailed for four...

An out-of-control Sligo man threatened to bite the nose off a garda as he threatened to kill her during an extremely violent incident...

Boil water notice re-issued for 600,000 homes

Several alarms at the Leixlip Water plant “were not responded to”, leading to the country's largest-ever boil water notice last month, TDs will...

Union calls for dedicated transport police unit after string of attacks on bus drivers,...

The National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) has renewed calls for a dedicated transport police unit after a gang of youths "hijacked" a...

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‘Disgusted’ mum blasts Morrisons after girl, 15, helps man collapsed in car park

A mum has hit out at Morrisons for its slow response at calling the emergency services when a man collapsed outside...

Full demolition of mica affected homes required, with costs of €2 billion

Engineers dealing with the mica problem believe full demolition of all affected houses is required, a solution that would push the bill for...

The car that has cost people tens of thousands of pounds in parking fines...

A Welsh council has made more than £115,000 in fines in the two years since it started using a mobile 'robowarden'...