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Irish rents have soared to a new record, 188 people arrested over water charge protests since last year and English nurse who contracted Ebola in isolation unit after late complications.
The deaths come after several Israelis were stabbed earlier this week.
Mostly for public order offences.
“Hello Mr President … I can’t believe I’m doing this.”
All work and no play, and all that…
Bill Bratton grabbed a joint off a schoolgirl on the street, and threw it in a sewer. Could you imagine?
Fota Wildlife Park is looking for your help.
Gardaí have serious concerns for her safety.
Fortunately, no-one’s suggesting we move the Toy Show into next year.
New research suggests one in two employers in Ireland have now banned social media in the workplace.
The balcony remains have undergone ‘destructive testing’ to discover the source of its structural damage.
The Taoiseach gave a rousing speech to attendees at a Fine Gael fundraiser in Dublin this week.
The image has prompted an outpouring of heartfelt messages from other parents who have conceived through IVF.
Plus: the rise of the river Shannon.
Here’s what Friday had to offer, sports fans.
TheJournal.ie is five years old this month so we’re giving readers the chance to win some great prizes.
You awful, awful woman.
‘My experience of being dyslexic in school gave me additional skills I didn’t realise I had, such as problem solving.’
Gardaí believe the 16-year-old might be in Limerick.
The boat began sinking during the night according to the Greek ministry of shipping.
Bressie, Brian Cody and Mícháel Ó Muircheartaigh also received awards.
Everyone can join in the viewing, with no equipment necessary.
The attack lasted ten minutes and involved head butting, kicking and punching.
Staff were overwhelmed by the violent and aggressive behaviour of some residents.
Today’s Dagbladet Information was entirely written by a dozen refugees.
Some good news for your Friday evening.
The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog looks absolutely amazing. Mmmm… Friday evening grog.
Katie Grout left her home in England yesterday morning.
The man had looked for €6,050 in damages.
Prices have topped the peaks of even the Celtic Tiger property bubble.
Bikram Choudhury has taken credit for extending the careers of sports stars like John McEnroe.
The students died by suicide after their principal gave them hypnosis therapy.
The judge said he was “unlikely to reoffend” and ordered that he undergo any alcohol treatment programme deemed necessary.
The first strike is scheduled for the Friday of the bank holiday weekend, between 6 and 9am.
Nathan Matthews has admitted killing the 16-year-old.
Pauline Cafferkey was airlifted from Glasgow to London after a “complication” from the virus.
The meeting of Save Our Local Community in Thurles last night was attended by rural-dwellers from across the country.
Here’s the Ireland side to face the French.