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30,000 children live in severe poverty in NI30,000 children live in severe poverty in NI
Monday, 1st November 2004

New research shows that more than 30,000 children in Northern Ireland are living in severe poverty. The research, carried out by the charity Save the Children, says the figure amounts to 8% of the ... Read On >>





Governments Governments 'should press DUP on power sharing'
Friday, 29th October 2004

The British and Irish governments were today urged to press the Democratic Unionists over their attitudes to power sharing in local councils and at Stormont. Nationalist SDLP deputy leader Dr Alas... Read On >>





Consultants dissatisfied with cover assurancesConsultants dissatisfied with cover assurances
Friday, 29th October 2004

Hospital consultants have said that written assurances received from the Minister for Health Mary Harney in a dispute over malpractice cover fall short of what is required to kick-start talks on a new... Read On >>





Irish house prices reach new highIrish house prices reach new high
Thursday, 28th October 2004

The rate of house price increases in the Irish Republic has reached a new high. In one development in Dublin, the price of a four-bedroom semi-detached shot up by 35,000 euros in just one week. ... Read On >>





Sinn Fein hit out at MEP allowance hikeSinn Fein hit out at MEP allowance hike
Thursday, 28th October 2004

Plans to increase MEP's secretarial allowances by €2,000(£1,400) were today labelled excessive.

Sinn Fein`s Bairbre de Brun criticised the proposal by the European Parliament`s bureau, claimin... Read On >>





Rise in age limit for garda entryRise in age limit for garda entry
Thursday, 28th October 2004

The Minister for Justice, Michael McDowell, has announced that people up to the age of 35 can in future join the gardaí. The minister announced the increase from its present age of 25 at a graduat... Read On >>





140 awaiting admission to A&E units140 awaiting admission to A&E units
Thursday, 28th October 2004

Around 140 patients are waiting on trolleys for admission to Accident and Emergency units around the country today. In Dublin there are 79 patients on trolleys and in other parts of the country the... Read On >>





Irish soldiers Irish soldiers 'were treated unjustly'
Thursday, 28th October 2004

A report into the courts martial and execution of twenty six Irish soldiers by the British Army during World War One shows the men were treated unjustly. Irish Foreign Minister Dermot Ahern says t... Read On >>





SDLP challenge DUP over council power sharingSDLP challenge DUP over council power sharing
Thursday, 28th October 2004

Democratic Unionists on Castlereagh council were today challenged to prove their commitment to power sharing by sharing out key posts among parties under the D'Hondt system. Nationalist SDLP deput... Read On >>





Storm batters south and east coastsStorm batters south and east coasts
Thursday, 28th October 2004

Storm damage has knocked out electricity supply, disrupted transport services and flooded several coastal areas of the south and east. Met Éireann has forecast that the stormy weather will continue... Read On >>




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