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Varadkar says legal basis for PSCs needs to be examinedThe Taoiseach has said the Government will examine if it can change the law to allow the Public Services Card to be a requirement for purposes other than accessing social welfare services.
Man dies following drowning incident off Clare coastA swimmer has died after he got into difficulty in the sea off Kilkee in Co Clare.
Two killed in separate road incidents in Co TipperaryTwo people have died in separate road incidents in Co Tipperary.
DART passengers can now text to report incidentsIarnród Éireann has launched a new text alert system for DART passengers as part of efforts to tackle and reduce anti-social behaviour.
Elderly man in critical condition after assault in cityAn elderly man is in a critical condition following an assault in Dublin in the early hours of this morning.
School teachers march in protest through Hong KongSeveral thousand Hong Kong school teachers and supporters braved thunderstorms to start a weekend of anti-government protests.
Service held to mark British army's deployment in NIA service commemorating the British army's deployment in Northern Ireland has taken place.
Quoirin family asks for end to 'unhelpful comments'The family of Nóra Quoirin have requested the ending of "unhelpful" comments by family members or those claiming to act on their behalf following the death of their daughter in a Malaysian jungle.
At least 20 wounded in bombing at Kabul weddingA bomb exploded at a wedding reception in the Afghan capital Kabul tonight, wounding at least 20 people, officials and emergency services said.
Actor Peter Fonda dies aged 79Actor Peter Fonda, son of Hollywood leading man Henry Fonda and co-writer of road trip movie 'Easy Rider', has died aged 79.
Airline strikes looming: What are your rights?Airline passengers are facing the prospect of flight disruption to and from airports in Ireland, the UK and Spain in the coming weeks as pilots and cabin crew with Ryanair, and potentially British Airways pilots, plan work stoppages over various grievances they have with their employers.
New settlement on the island - here are the challengesRTÉ News Political Editor David Murphy looks at the challenges of a potential new settlement on the island.
Woman in serious condition following Monaghan collisionA woman in her 50s is in a serious condition in hospital following a two-car collision in Co Monaghan this afternoon.
Taoiseach expecting 'twists and turns' over BrexitThe Taoiseach has said that he expects "many twists and turns" in relation to Brexit between now and 31 October.
Sudan army, civilians seal interim power-sharing dealSudan's main opposition coalition and the ruling military council have signed a final power-sharing deal that paves the way for a transitional government following the overthrow of long-time leader Omar al-Bashir.
Juncker cuts holiday short to have gall bladder removedEuropean Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has cut short a holiday to have his gallbladder surgically removed.
Istanbul's Grand Bazaar flooded in torrential downpourTurkey's mega city Istanbul was lashed by a heavy rainstorm, leaving many cars stranded in traffic and parts of the historic Grand Bazaar flooded.
Plastic kills Thailand's beloved orphaned baby dugongAn orphaned baby dugong rescued in Thailand earlier this year died this morning, due to pieces of plastic clogging her digestive system, according to local authorities.
Eight killed in Odessa hotel fireEight people were killed and ten were injured in a hotel fire in Ukraine's port city of Odessa, emergency services said.
Further blow to Corbyn's caretaker PM planBritish Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn's proposal to be installed as caretaker prime minister to prevent a no-deal Brexit has received a further blow after another senior Tory ruled out backing the plan.