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Irish language placenames law todayIrish language placenames law today
Tuesday, 21st December 2004

An order enforcing the use of the Irish language version of placenames in Gaeltacht districts is being made law today. The order will come into force in March of next year. The Placenames Order bei... Read On >>





567 arrests for suspected drink driving567 arrests for suspected drink driving
Monday, 20th December 2004

Gardaí say 567 people have been arrested for suspected drink driving since the Christmas road safety campaign began three weeks ago. The figure represents an increase of 3% compared to 2003. ... Read On >>





Ahern Ahern 'surprised' at Colombia verdict
Friday, 17th December 2004

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dermot Ahern, has expressed surprise at the severity of the sentences handed down to three Irish men for training Marxist rebels in Colombia. The three men had ea... Read On >>





Irish road signs set to changeIrish road signs set to change
Thursday, 16th December 2004

The Irish government has announced that the changeover from miles to kilometres on the Republic's speed signs. has been set for midnight, on January 19. The changeover will cost €10 million and wi... Read On >>





Ahern and Murphy in talks on NorthAhern and Murphy in talks on North
Wednesday, 15th December 2004

The Minister for Foreign Affairs have been meeting with the Northern Secretary at Hillsborough Castle as part of the continuing efforts to break the deadlock over verifying IRA decommissioning. The... Read On >>





DUP delegation to meet Blair in LondonDUP delegation to meet Blair in London
Tuesday, 14th December 2004

A DUP delegation is due to meet the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, in Downing Street later today as part of continuing efforts to resolve the impasse over IRA weapons decommissioning. Meanwhi... Read On >>





Govt parties united on North, says McDowellGovt parties united on North, says McDowell
Monday, 13th December 2004

The Minister for Justice, Michael McDowell, said there is no disagreement between Fianna Fáil and the Progressive Democrats on the way forward in the peace process. Speaking on RTÉ Radio, Mr McDowe... Read On >>





Deal signed on nuclear safety measuresDeal signed on nuclear safety measures
Friday, 10th December 2004

The Irish and British governments have signed a package of nuclear safety measures. The measures will allow gardai and members of the Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland to visit Sellafiel... Read On >>





Postal workers to hold one-day strikePostal workers to hold one-day strike
Thursday, 2nd December 2004

Postal workers are to stage a one-day stoppage next Wednesday in protest at what they say are breaches of an agreement by management of An Post. The Communications Workers' Union approved the acti... Read On >>





Talks in Dublin & London on NI dealTalks in Dublin & London on NI deal
Tuesday, 30th November 2004

The Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and the British Prime Minister Tony Blair are thought likely to consult each other later today on progress in talks aimed at restoring power-sharing in Northern Ireland. ... Read On >>




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