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News from County Meath

Former US president Donald Trump urged evangelical Christians to vote in mass for him in November, vowing to "aggressively" protect their religious freedom if he is elected.
23 June 2024
A man in his 40s has died after getting into difficulty at a scuba diving event in Co Donegal.
22 June 2024
Greek authorities on Saturday arrested 13 people after fireworks launched from a yacht set off a new wildfire on an island near Athens as the country confronts a new season of deadly summer fires.
22 June 2024
Days after Israel announced a daily pause in fighting on a key route to allow more aid into Gaza, chaos in the besieged Palestinian territory has left vital supplies piled up and undistributed in the searing summer heat.
22 June 2024
American pop star Justin Timberlake has admitted "it's been a tough week" at his first concert since he was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated.
22 June 2024
Ukraine has said Russia launched a "massive" overnight attack on energy infrastructure in the west and south, adding that at least seven people died from Moscow strikes elsewhere.
22 June 2024
The head says Mayo should prevail, but Enda McGinley has seen first-hand how Mickey Harte can instill belief in a team facing into the abyss.
22 June 2024
At least 42 were killed in Israeli attacks on Gaza's Al-Tuffah and Al-Shati districts, Ismail Al-Thawabta, the director of the Hamas-run government media office told Reuters.
22 June 2024
Aer Lingus has confirmed that at least 244 flights are now cancelled for next week from Wednesday to Sunday due to industrial action by IALPA pilots.
22 June 2024
The events of 22 June 2023 have changed RTÉ forever, writes Business Editor Will Goodbody.
22 June 2024
Who is responsible for ensuring that dietary rules are followed and that kids are not eating ultra-processed food instead of nutritious food in school?
22 June 2024
Consumer Affairs Correspondent Joe Mag Raollaigh looks at the options for customers, with Aer Lingus cancelling over 240 flights and IALPA pilots serving notice of an indefinite work-to-rule and an eight-hour strike.
22 June 2024
With less than two weeks to go to the vote in the UK, polling this week suggests that for Rishi Sunak and his Conservative Party the election is already over.
22 June 2024
A man has appeared in Dublin District Court charged with the murder of 51-year-old Michael Ryan in Finglas on Thursday 20 June.
22 June 2024
Thousands of people have taken part in protests around the country today to show their support for Natasha O'Brien who was beaten unconscious in a random street attack in 2022, for which the attacker received a fully suspended sentence.
22 June 2024
As the Swift Mothership lands in Dublin next weekend for three nights at the Aviva Stadium, we look at the extraordinary spell the music deity has cast on her fans and how she has become so much more than a mere pop star
21 June 2024
There will be a record number of postal votes in Northern Ireland for the UK's general election next month, the first to be held during the peak summer holiday period since 1945.
21 June 2024
Six will become four by Saturday night as Cork take on Dublin and Clare face Wexford in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship quarter-finals.
21 June 2024
Belgium take on Romania, Portugal face Turkey and Georgia play Czechia in the last of the second round of games at Euro 2024.
21 June 2024
The Defence Forces has begun internal proceedings in relation to a serving soldier who pleaded guilty to beating a woman unconscious in a random street attack for which he received a fully suspended sentence.
21 June 2024