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Today’s News

Post-mortem to take place on body found during search for missing woman

The body was found by gardaí who were searching for missing woman Jastine Valdez.

People are paying an extra €114,000 to live near the Dart or Luas

The most expensive house prices are in Sandymount, Lansdowne Road and Sydney Parade.

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Yesterday’s News

Up to 125,000 people register to vote ahead of Eighth Amendment referendum

The National Youth Council of Ireland says new figures represent an “unprecedented surge of voter registration”.

Sunday 20 May, 2018

Man dies after being shot by gardaí searching for woman believed to have been abducted

The shooting took place near the Dell site in Cherrywood, where the car used in the incident was located.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday News Fix This post contains videos

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Gardaí shooting a man in Dublin, Savita Halappanavar’s parents and a weather warning had everyone talking today.

'Significant disruption' to train services in Dublin and Wicklow after fire

Services will be affected throughout the week due to damage caused by a fire in Bray.

Sinn Féin more popular than Fianna Fáil, according to opinion poll

Fine Gael remains the most popular political party.

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Poll: Do you have health insurance? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you have health insurance?

About 100,000 people have taken out health insurance in recent years to beat ‘age loadings’.

'Don't let what happened to us happen to other families': Savita's parents back Yes vote Eighth Amendment This post contains videos

'Don't let what happened to us happen to other families': Savita's parents back Yes vote

Savita Halappanavar died on 28 October 2012 at University Hospital Galway.

Saturday 19 May, 2018

'Irish people are very generous, partly because of the effect the Famine had on us'

Éamonn Meehan, Trócaire’s Executive Director, on why thinking globally is more important than ever in 2018.

Thursday 17 May, 2018

Someone has one week left to claim €1 million

The winning EuroMillions ticket was sold in Cork in February.

Car, watches, drugs and cash seized in Dublin and Wexford

The investigation targeted an organised crime group.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

The discovery of a body in Lucan, the Disclosures Tribunal and the Eighth Amendment had everyone talking today.

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Vicky Phelan calls for Yes vote for women who have been 'let down time and time again'

She said women need to be “placed at the centre of their own care”.

Aiken blames problems at Ed Sheeran gig on people who arrived late

A number of fans complained about being unable to see or hear the concert properly.

Want to become a garda? A new recruitment drive has been launched

Charlie Flanagan has encouraged people from minority communities to apply.

Wednesday 16 May, 2018

'I don't want my death to be in vain': Watch Vicky Phelan's powerful PAC speech TERMINAL CANCER This post contains videos

'I don't want my death to be in vain': Watch Vicky Phelan's powerful PAC speech

Vicky said CervicalCheck and her gynaecologist spent 15 months arguing over whose responsibility it was to tell her about a HSE audit.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Charlie Flanagan says data from airlines will be 'invaluable' in combating terrorism

Air carriers are now obliged to provide EU member states with passenger information.

Tuesday 15 May, 2018

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

The CervicalCheck controversy, the Eighth Amendment and Palestine had everyone talking today.

'It's a job like no other': Irish experts who help respond to humanitarian crises

Irish people have responded to emergencies in Iraq, Libya and Africa, to name a few.

Appeal to find man who has been missing since Friday

Kenneth Brunell was last seen at his home in Ballyfermot on 11 May.

Expert leading CervicalCheck inquiry concerned about 'fevered atmosphere'

Meanwhile, Health Minister Simon Harris has received government approval for the drafting of a Bill to establish an independent board for the HSE.

Monday 14 May, 2018

Cork City Council gives green light to €6m regeneration and flood defence plan

There has been staunch opposition to the proposals.

HSE says 18 women affected by CervicalCheck controversy have died

The previous figure was 17 women.

One million viewers tuned in to watch Eurovision

The final had an average of 690,000 viewers on Saturday night.

Sunday 13 May, 2018

Q&A: Can pregnant women receive cancer treatment?

Women are advised against getting pregnant while receiving cancer treatment.

Saturday 12 May, 2018

Check out these stunning images from Nat Geo's travel photography contest

One grand prize winner will receive €8,400.

Friday 11 May, 2018

'He's lashing out': Tony O'Brien criticises TDs' conduct at committee meeting CervicalCheck This post contains videos

'He's lashing out': Tony O'Brien criticises TDs' conduct at committee meeting

Vicky Phelan accused the former Director General of the HSE of ‘throwing his toys out of the pram’.

'God forbid that a woman who got a letter might run to the media' Cervical Cancer This post contains videos

'God forbid that a woman who got a letter might run to the media'

Tony O’Brien has criticised how some TDs conducted themselves at the Public Accounts Committee hearing yesterday.

Cannabis and MDMA worth €335,000 seized in Meath

Three people have been arrested.

Eurovision ends contract with Chinese broadcaster after it didn't show Irish entry Not Together This post contains videos

Eurovision ends contract with Chinese broadcaster after it didn't show Irish entry

The performance featured two men dancing on stage.

Thursday 10 May, 2018

'I had to collect my children from school and tell them that I’m dying': Emma Mhic Mhathúna CervicalCheck This post contains videos

'I had to collect my children from school and tell them that I’m dying': Emma Mhic Mhathúna

Tony O’Brien, Director General of the HSE, has said “anyone who is found to have failed in their duty” will be held to account.

More rain on the way but weekend will see 'a recovery in temperatures'

Have plans this weekend? Here’s what the weather will be like.

Wednesday 9 May, 2018

Public asked to help find man who has been missing since December

Sebastian Betka was last seen in Dublin 2.

Couple convicted of manslaughter of girl who died when bouncy castle blew away

Summer Grant suffered fatal injuries at a funfair in Essex on 26 March 2016

Tuesday 8 May, 2018

US laboratory wanted confidentiality clause in Vicky Phelan case CervicalCheck This post contains videos

US laboratory wanted confidentiality clause in Vicky Phelan case

A UK expert will lead the inquiry into the CervicalCheck controversy.

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