Boy returns home during massive search

A 13-year-old boy reported missing in the early hours of yesterday morning turned up at home while a multi-agency air, land and river search...

U.S. has ‘blanket permission’ to use Irish airspace

Opponents of the US military's use of Shannon airport have expressed serious concern at news that the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade only receives statistical reports on military flights after they have taken place.

Swimmer airlifted to hospital following rescue

A man in his 20’s was airlifted to hospital late yesterday after he got into difficulty and was left drifting out to sea.

New owner for former Transaero company

The new owner of the former aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company Transaero Engineering Ireland has been confirmed as Patrick Jordan while the new business will be known as Atlantic Aviation Group.

Activist detained after trying to search plane

A well known peace activist was detained at Shannon Airport early today after he attempted to reach and search a US military plane.
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Man dies despite efforts to save him

A man has died in hospital after he was pulled from a river in Co Clare late yesterday.

Transaero exits examinership

Shannon-based Fine Gael Senator for Clare, Tony Mulcahy today congratulated the workers and management of Transaero in Shannon on successfully exiting examinership this week.

Woman (79) arrested after plane diversion

An elderly woman was arrested last night after the flight on which she was travelling was forced to divert to Shannon Airport.