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A man in his 60’s has been arrested after Gardai seized drugs and cash worth almost €130,000.
The seizure was made yesterday evening on the northside of the city.
Gardaí attached to the Gurranabraher Drugs Unit, Serious Crime Unit and the Garda Dog Unit carried out the search under the Misuse of Drugs Act.
Over 70 venues across the city and county opened their doors yesterday for Culture night.
Following a quiet 2020, this year the one-day event offered a wide selection of activites, performances and exhibitions throughout the country.
Over 1,000 events took place nationwide – 80 percent of which were held in-person.
Clonakilty has been named as one of the five Best Places to Live in Ireland.
The other winners are Galway City, Glaslough in Monaghan, Killarney and Waterford City.
In total over 470 different locations across all 32 counties were nominated for the competition which is run by the Irish Times.
Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien says he’s furious that people have become ill following failures affecting public drinking water.
He’s meeting this morning with the managing director of Irish Water and the chief executives of Dublin and Wexford local authorities after the EPA confirmed ‘two serious incidents’ at water plants servicing parts of Dublin and Wexford.
The facilities concerned are at Ballymore Eustace which serves parts of Dublin, and a plant in Wexford which serves Gorey town.