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Irishmen and Irishwomen who died in past wars or on service with the United Nations, are being remembered at a number of special ceremonies and events around the country today.
The main ceremony will be held in The National Museum of Ireland in Collins Barracks in Dublin this morning.
The Government’s spending on the Defence Forces is set to increase to 1.5 billion euro a year by 2028.
According to the Sunday Independent, Defence Minister Simon Coveney will bring a memo to cabinet this week outlining what will be the biggest military investment in the history of the state.
Officials from the Irish Amateur Boxing Association will meet in Roscommon today for an Extraordinary General Meeting.
Delegates from Ireland’s 338 boxing clubs are hoping to agree much needed reforms – after a controversial few months for the organisation.
Shoppers are paying more for Irish goods here in Ireland, than customers buying the same Irish products in the UK.
A report in today’s Sunday Times shows the Irish are paying up to 70 percent more than the UK for things like sausages, tea and yogurt.