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'The damage is done, a piece of his spine will have to be removed' Scoliosis This post contains videos

'The damage is done, a piece of his spine will have to be removed'

Tommy Long is one of over 200 children waiting for scoliosis surgery in Ireland.

Yesterday’s News

One teenager killed and another critical after Limerick crash involving truck

An 18-year-old female passenger is in a critical condition.

London attacker cheerful, joking on eve of deadly rampage

Six people arrested in relation to the Westminster attack have been released without charge tonight.

From The42 Coleman set for long spell on the sidelines with suspected leg break Blow

Coleman set for long spell on the sidelines with suspected leg break

There were no replays of the incident that prompted Taylor’s sending off, and O’Neill was reluctant to condemn the player.

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Croatian doctors furious after health minister says 'one priest is worth 20 doctors'

“We ask you, will you call up 215 priests to fill in the shortage of 4,300 doctors?”

From The42 Ireland's World Cup qualifier overshadowed by serious injury to captain Seamus Coleman Speedy Recovery

Ireland's World Cup qualifier overshadowed by serious injury to captain Seamus Coleman

The full-back was stretchered off with a suspected broken leg in tonight’s 0-0 draw.

Body of captain Mark Duffy found in wreckage of Rescue 116

The body has not been brought ashore.

Bill Clinton dropped in to say hello to Enda Kenny today

Clinton was also spotted shopping in Dublin’s city centre.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday News Fix This post contains images

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Black box recorder from Rescue 116 recovered, Bus Éireann strike and sunny weekend ahead – it’s the Evening Fix.

Trump forced to withdraw Obamacare replacement in major political defeat

House Republicans indicated the vote would lose.

Naked people slaughter a sheep at Auschwitz death camp

Those involved have been detained.

Why your next TV binge should be... Lady Dynamite

A hilarious comedy about… bipolar disorder?

Atheist John Halligan's sermon in a Brazilian church: 'I felt it was the respectful thing to do'

This was the first ever occasion of a non-believing Irish government minister delivering the weekly homily to Brazilian parishioners, writes John Halligan.

Man injured while constructing roller coaster in Cork

He has been released from hospital.

Court clears the way for man with links to Islamic terrorism to be deported

The man’s removal from Ireland is expected to take place shortly.

Community was 'devastated' by teen joyrider, court told

One of them, a priest, was seriously injured and left unable perform his parish duties.

'No one believes An Garda Síochana': Calls for shake-up to garda management

The Policing Authority is to examine the full facts of how and why two massive garda admin errors occurred.

The 5 at 5: Friday

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Cyclist who died in Dublin city road crash was a Central Bank employee

He was removed by ambulance to St James’ Hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

'My Daffodil Day pin is not a political statement or offensive'

TD Mattie McGrath was asked to remove the Daffodil Day pin in the Dáil.

British police release image of Khalid Masood in appeal for information

The total number of victims who have died has now reached four.

British man convicted of murdering 'gentle giant' Irishman in Costa del Sol bar row

John O’Neill was on his first foreign holiday.

Pictures: Here's what's been happening for Ireland's 30th Daffodil Day

You’ve probably already spotted some of the 2,000 yellow-clad volunteers fundraising for the Irish Cancer Society today.

Former Egyptian president who was ousted in the Arab Spring gets out of jail

Hosni Mubarak served six years in prison.

Richie Boucher, the man who led Bank of Ireland back into the black, is stepping down

Finance Minister Michael Noonan thanked Boucher for his “commitment, professionalism and drive”.

Petrol bomb thrown through front window of house in 'extremely reckless attack'

One man is believed to have been injured in the attack.

Juncker calls Brexit 'a tragedy' as he says UK's final bill will be around €58 billion

The EU Commission President said that Article 50 negotiations with the UK will be “frank and fair”.

'I tried to get his heart beating': Wexford woman tried to save injured Westminster victim

Joanne Crofton was training as a tour guide for an open-top bus company when the attack happened.

Roy Webster has been found guilty of the murder of Anne Shortall

He will be handed down the mandatory life sentence at a later hearing.

Deficiencies in ambulance service putting patients in Dublin at risk, says Hiqa

Hiqa said that a detailed plan for ambulance services across Dublin didn’t exist.

'I've no other choices in life. It's all I know how to do': Bus Éireann staff fear the worst

Workers are trying to keep their spirits up but the outlook is bleak for Bus Éireann.

Poll: Will you attend a Criunniú na Cásca event this Easter Monday? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

'A monumental cock-up': HSE boss admits Grace case worker still in public service and on a full pension

The Director General of the HSE was before an Oireachtas committee yesterday to correct the record.

Major disruption to Irish Rail services as some workers refuse to pass Bus Éireann picket

There are significant effects for services in Cork, in particular.

'An access programme shouldn't put up barriers': DIT u-turn on garda vetting for mature students

DIT’s garda vetting requirement for the mature student access programme was described as discriminatory.

US sailor released after arrest on suspicion of sexual assault in Dublin hotel

A file is now being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.

FactCheck: Are Catholic schools more socially diverse than other schools?

FactCheck referees a dispute between representatives of the Iona Institute and Educate Together.

From The42 'I thought 'I've had enough of this'' - Brian Carey on volatile owners, Big Jack and a fresh start Life Of Brian

'I thought 'I've had enough of this'' - Brian Carey on volatile owners, Big Jack and a fresh start

The Corkman has spent his life immersed in the daily grind of football but it’s time for a change.

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