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New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan has admitted that the diocese been paying for the supply of contraception and abortion services to thousands of its unionized employees for over a decade.

Today's Irish news roundup

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New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan has admitted that the diocese been paying for the supply of contraception and abortion services to thousands of its unionized employees for over a decade.

Today's top Irish news stories:

New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan has admitted that the diocese been paying for the supply of contraception and abortion services to thousands of its unionized employees for over a decade.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cardinal Dolan admits his archdiocese pays up for contraception and abortion insurance

The archdiocese of New York has been paying for the supply of contraception and abortion services to thousands of its unionized employees for over a decade according to a new report...READ MORE

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Dublin City Council object to the US Embassy official’s plan to build a barrier almost 10-feet high around the Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, building to defend against al Qaeda  inspired attacks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

U.S. embassy seeks security walls, fears al Qaeda attack at embassy in Dublin

US Embassy officials in Dublin fear an Al Qaeda inspired attack on the compound and have asked for major security improvements in the Ballsbridge, Dublin building...READ MORE

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Opponents to Ireland's new property tax protest on O'Connell Street, in Dublin400,000 property owners miss deadline for controversial new property tax

Up to 400,000 have shunned Ireland’s new property tax and face direct action from the Revenue Commissioners...READ MORE

 

 

 

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Irish owned budget airline Ryanair may be forced by British regulators to sell off half of its stake in Aer LingusRyanair may be forced to sell half its Aer Lingus shares

Budget airline Ryanair may be forced by British regulators to sell off half of its stake in Aer Lingus, reports the Irish Independent...READ MORE

 

 

 

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Minister for Justice Alan Shatter speaking to the press outside Ireland's government buildings, Leinster HouseReport into Alan Shatter’s drink driving test incident has gone missing

A police report into a drink-driving incident involving Ireland’s Justice Minister Alan Shatter has gone missing claims a report published just hours before he faces a motion of no confidence...READ MORE

 

 

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