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From TheJournal.ie US work visa ban broadened and extended until the end of 2020, J1 and H1-B visas included No Entry

US work visa ban broadened and extended until the end of 2020, J1 and H1-B visas included

The ban will now included H1-B visas, the most-commonly used visa by Irish people moving to the US.

From TheJournal.ie Lansdowne Road Dart station will be temporarily closed for a match on Monday No Entry

Lansdowne Road Dart station will be temporarily closed for a match on Monday

The station will be closed from 5.30pm to 11pm on 18 November for a Euro 2020 qualifying match.

From TheJournal.ie US Supreme Court upholds Trump's controversial travel ban No Entry

US Supreme Court upholds Trump's controversial travel ban

The court ruled five-four that the most recent version of the ban was valid.

From TheJournal.ie Trump's travel ban: North Korea and Venezuela on updated list of restricted countries No Entry
From TheJournal.ie 'It's just madness': Publicans brace themselves for 12 pubs No Entry

'It's just madness': Publicans brace themselves for 12 pubs

Alcohol Action Ieland has warned of the serious dangers of the tradition

From TheJournal.ie Travel around Dublin city centre? More traffic changes for Luas works No Right Turn

Travel around Dublin city centre? More traffic changes for Luas works

The right turn from O’Connell Street to Cathal Brugha Street will close permanently.

From TheJournal.ie Local families locked out of community garden by parish Locked Out

Local families locked out of community garden by parish

The Catholic Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin, has been called to intervene.

From The42 Leinster says no to Galway underage hurling sides heading east No Entry This post contains a poll

Leinster says no to Galway underage hurling sides heading east

The decision was made at a provincial council meeting last night.

From The42 Olympic officials set to withold Gaddafi tickets 'until situation becomes clearer' No Entry

Olympic officials set to withold Gaddafi tickets 'until situation becomes clearer'

Following an intervention from David Cameron, it has been confiirmed that Gaddafi or his affiliates will not be issued tickets.