Gardaí are investigating the circumstances surrounding the discovery of a body of a woman at her home on Rathmines Avenue, Dublin 6.
The woman is believed to be aged in her 40s.
The discovery was made shortly on St Stephen's Day around noon.
he Office of the State Pathologist have been notified and the body remains at the scene which is currently preserved.
The results of a post-mortem examination are expected to be known today.
The findings will determine the course of a Garda investigation.
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Gardaí in Ashbourne are investigating the discovery of a body of a man in his 20s in Co. Meath.
The man’s body was discovery this morning in a field at Walterstown, Dunboyne near the Meath / Kildare border.
According to RTE, the man sustained gunshot wounds.
Gardaí are however treating the death as suspicious
The body of the man remains at the scene and has yet to be formally identified, however according to RTE, Gardaí believe him to be an individual who was reported missing yesterday who is involved in organised crime.
The scene is preserved for a forensic and technical examination.
The office of the state pathologist and local Coroner have been notified.
Gardaí are investigating the discovery of skeletal remains at a house in Dundalk town.
Gardaí were contacted shortly before 5pm today by construction workers on the site at Mary Street North.
The human remains were unearthed at the rear of a house by the workers.
Gardaí attended the scene and have contacted the local coroner.
A forensic anthropologist is on hand and the scene is preserved.
This event is currently unfolding.
The body of a man was found during a search for a Canadian diver off Malin Head, Donegal, last night.
The man went missing during a deep-sea dive on Saturday.
His body was recovered at the wreck where he had been diving.
The man went on a chartered dive to explore the Pinto wreck, which is 65 metres below the surface.
After the divers got into difficulty, the Lough Swilly life boat was called to assistance.
This is the second body to be recovered in Donegal this week, after the remains of a missing hill walker were found in the Derryveagh Mountains.
Dart services have been suspended this morning between Bray and Greystones after a body was found on the rail tracks.
It is unclear what caused the death of the individual who was discovered around Greystones train station and the first tunnel at Bray Head.
Commuters travelling by Dart have been asked to take alternative routes due to the incident.
Dublin Bus are accepting passengers Dart tickets to and from Greystones and bus transfers are being arranged for Greystones to Rosslare services.