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Ciara Farrell has been found “safe and well” two weeks after she was first reported missing from the Dublin 4 area.

The 45-year-old, who has a medical condition, was last seen on the afternoon of Tuesday November 14, wearing a pink floral dress and black cardigan.

Her white Hyundai i20 was found in Mount Merrion three days after her disappearance.

Ciara's family and friends had shared posts on social media, explaining the she has a medical condition she isn't aware of.

Gardaí, who had previously expressed extreme concern for her welfare, have thanked the public for their support.

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Gardaí and local search teams have found missing Clare man James Shannon.

James was found alive at around 8pm last night in a search of the land surrounding his home. 

The 50-year-old has been taken to hospital for treatment, after being treated by paramedics at the scene.

The alarm was raised after James was last seen at around 1am Saturday night, after failing to make contact with his family. 

He was found by locals who had been searching lands near the missing man’s home.

Gardaí, Civil Defence volunteers and the local community had been searching the area to find him.

He is currently being looked after at the University Hospital Limerick, and his condition is unknown. 

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Gotham star Donal Logue has confirmed his daughter, Jade, has been found.

Donal first sent out a plea to find her on June 30, after tweeting: "Jade. We miss you and love you.

"Please come home. If you see this, just know that I love and miss you dearly."

Many stars took to social media to ask their fans to spread the word, including Danny Trejo.

Since June 30, Donal made several appeals for the 16-year-old to come home:

And last night, Donal's wife, Kasey, shared the good news:

Meanwhile, Donal thanked his followers, the NYPD, and the FBI Missing Kids Unit for all of their support.

No details have emerged about where the teenager has been.

We're glad Jade is home safe and well.

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The story of Jamal Sur and his missing PHD research went viral this week after JK Rowling tweeted his plea for help, asking the Irish public for assistance in locating the missing work. 

The author took to Twitter to share Jamal's plight, saying 'One of my worst nightmares has happened to this poor man. RT to help!' 

Since the tweet went viral Jamal has been reunited with his bag, laptop and PHD work which he left in the back of a taxi on a night out. 

The taxi driver’s wife Sharon actually saw JK Rowling’s tweet and realised that she had his bag at her house.

She tracked Jamal down via social media thanks to the tweet by the Harry Potter author, she told Newstalk.

Sharon said that the couple had been trying to track down the student but were having no luck.

We're just so glad that Jamal has been reunited with his work!

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Just one day after Rihanna made a desperate appeal to fans, her former backup dancer, Shirlene Quigley, has been found.

The 32-year-old dance teacher was located in New Jersey and – according to TMZ – is currently receiving an unspecified form of medical treatment.

Shirlene was reported missing on Monday after her friends and family failed to make contact with her.

She was reportedly seen boarding a Manhattan-bound bus, but it was unclear as to where exactly she was going.

Her phone was then located in a Chelsea bridal shop.

She was described as being in a “euphoric” state of mind in the lead-up to her disappearance, with one friend alleging that they received a strange Facebook message from the dancer telling them to “get ready, it’s about to happen”.

 

 its @_nina_christina_ wedding!!!!!! #TheTateWedding #hair #makeup #weddingday #bridesmaid #HairandMakeupready

A photo posted by Princess In Pumps (@shirlenequigley) on

We hope Shirlene makes a speedy recovery.

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An Irish mum issued a heart-breaking appeal over the weekend, after she lost a doll that belonged to her late daughter, which went missing during a trip to Dublin Zoo.

The mum in question, Claire Gray, shared her story in the hope that someone may have come across the treasured doll over the past number of days.

And now, according to 98FM's Dublin Talks, the doll has been located and has been returned to its rightful owner, much to the delight of the public!

Baby Matilda was born in July 2013 and diagnosed with Edward’s syndrome shortly after. She was presented with a doll bearing her name – now affectionately known as ‘Matilda Doll’ – shortly before passing away, at the age of three months.

Matilda Doll soon became a precious treasure for the family, in particular Claire as she came to terms with her devastating loss. They endeavoured to bring Matilda Doll everywhere with them, especially during Matilda’s little brother Archie’s ‘firsts’, which is how she got lost last week.

We're so glad the doll is back where she belongs.

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Following on from her disappearance, Irish singer Sinead O'Connor has been found safe after being missing for more than a day.

According to the BBC, Wilmette Police said she has been located, after they were "seeking to check the well-being" of her.

Police were alerted after she went on a bike ride at 6:00am on Sunday and never came back.

The local media in Chicago reports that Sinead has been staying with friends in a Chicago suburb for the past few weeks. 

However, after the news broke that she was found safe, Sinead herself took to Facebook to rant – and honestly, it's a bit hard to even read (be warned, it has very strong language):

We're glad she's safe now, though.

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UPDATE: Joanna, Benjamin and Vincent Rose have been found safe and well, in a report issued by the Gardaí.

No other information was made public but it is thought that Joanna brought her two sons to Northern Ireland.

Gardaí were concerned for the welfare of the family and appealed to the general public for any information regarding the whereabouts of the family. 

We're just glad they were found safe and healthy.

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