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Auction house swamped with calls from people who believe they have a rare 20p coin

An auction house has received thousands of phone calls and emails from around the world as a result of plans to sell a rare twenty pence piece which is now worth thousands of euro.


Digger used to steal ATM in Co Fermanagh

An ATM has been stolen in Co Fermanagh.


Someone in Dublin won €1m in last night's Lotto

A ticket holder in north Co. Dublin has won €1m in last night's Lotto Plus 1 draw.


'A complete waste of resources': Investigations underway into hoax emergency call

A hoax caller has been slated for potentially putting lives at risk when emergency services spent two hours searching a fast-flowing waterway in Co. Meath.



Voting over in long-awaited Thailand election

About 51 million Thais were eligible to vote.


Chancellor: MPs allegedly plotting to oust Theresa May being self-indulgent

Philip Hammond also said Parliament would be given the chance to hold indicative votes on alternatives to Theresa May’s Brexit deal this week.


Brexit: What is happening next week and beyond?

The timetable for the UK to leave the EU is a changing.


Thousands attend New Zealand vigil to honour mosque dead

Officials estimate up to 40,000 people attended the event on a sunny Sunday evening at Hagley Park.


Russian arrested smuggling drugged orangutan in Indonesia

He told them he planned to re-dose the animal during a transit in Seoul.



Breaking up the tech giants will not boost competition, says GoFundMe boss

Chief executive Rob Solomon said China’s Alibaba and Tencent would step in to fill the void.