THE PSNI HAS issued a gas leak alert for the town of Comber, Co Down. The Newtownards Road in the town has been closed and motorists are advised to use the bypass instead until the alert has been lifted.
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Gifts for all the family this Christmas
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Streets are closed as PSNI officers inspect a suspect car.
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With gusts of up to 240 kilometres per hour, the cyclone may be the most powerful to hit the area since 1999, when more than 8,000 people were killed.
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A Defence Forces spokesperson confirmed that there is concern over a possible chemical substance in the Churchtown area.
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Japan is worried about its international reputation following the leak.
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Earlier the State Department announced it would be closing an unspecified number of embassies around the world this Sunday as a precautionary step.
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Hard Working Class Heroes is Ireland’s annual showcase and conference to get young Irish talent on the road to music success.
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An earlier disruption had stopped services between the Point and Smithfield.
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HSE will inform affected patients by letter within the next few days.
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British police are reviewing security plans for Sunday’s London Marathon, which is the next major international race.
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Residents had to leave their homes during a security alert at Lenadoon Avenue, where the bombs were found.
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The PSNI has closed parts of two roads due to an ongoing security operation on Lenadoon Avenue, they said this evening.
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A flooding alert remains in place for this weekend, after flooding was reported in Waterford, Cork and Clontarf yesterday.
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The tide levels are expected to be “extremely high” tomorrow, leading to Dublin City Council closing flood gates and placing sandbags in some areas.
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The bank has named six firms which have been offering services in Ireland but who don’t have the required authorisation.
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High winds and heavy rain are forecast from early tomorrow morning, and could create dangerous conditions.
Member states have to draw up emergency plans for areas surrounding industrial plants who work with large quantities of dangerous substances.
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Residents had to leave their homes during a security alert in Mallusk Gardens today.
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And what should potato-growers do in response? TheJournal.ie takes a look…
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The Defence Forces’ bomb disposal team made safe and analysed the device at the Sinn Féin TD’s office in Dublin’s North Strand.
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Consumers are being warned not to buy meat from unauthorised sources after around 1 tonne of beef – which could pose a health risk – was stolen from a Dublin warehouse.
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A can with the word ‘bomb’ written on it was found on board the plane after it had taken off from Melbourne for Mauritius.
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It is estimated it will take around two years for Dublin’s flood works to be completed – one TD tells TheJournal.ie he is hopeful everything be completed without delays and there won’t be a repeat of October 2011’s flooding.
# alert - Friday 11 March, 2011
Indonesia is in a state of high alert, as the tsunami makes its way towards the shore. It’s expected to hit at 11am Irish time.