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Today’s News

Police officer who strangled wife texted her to make it look like he didn't know she was dead

Darren McKie killed his wife after she found out he had applied for loans in her name.

Steve Bannon tries to distance himself from Cambridge Analytica

“Facebook data is for sale all over the world,” Trump’s former chief strategist said.

Fans warned about websites selling fake Rolling Stones tickets

You can’t always get what you want.


Wednesday 21 March, 2018

Poll: Will you attend the Pope's mass in Phoenix Park? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you attend the Pope's mass in Phoenix Park?

Pope Francis will be in Ireland in August.

PHOTOS: Take a look around Dermot Bannon's home

The Dublin property is on the market for €649,000.

TDs approve Eighth Amendment referendum Bill

Health Minister Simon Harris said Ireland’s abortion law must change to help women who are currently “isolated and neglected”.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

The Eighth Amendment, a fire in Dublin and Pope Francis had everyone talking today.

Zuckerberg says there was a 'breach of trust' between Facebook and its users Cambridge Analytica This post contains videos

Zuckerberg says there was a 'breach of trust' between Facebook and its users

“I started Facebook, and at the end of the day I’m responsible for what happens on our platform.”

Ant McPartlin charged with drink-driving

The presenter has stepped aside from upcoming TV commitments.

Dublin Fire Brigade warns businesses about advertising scam

Gardaí are looking into the scam.

Irish homeowners have spent €1.7 billion via renovation scheme

It might be the Dermot Bannon effect.

Brexit could increase cost of milk, cheese and eggs by 46%

A hard Brexit could increase the cost of living by up to €1,300 per Irish household per year.

There are four counties where the average rent exceeds €1,000 per month

The pressure on rent in Dublin appears to be having a ripple effect on nearby counties.

Monday 19 March, 2018

Aer Lingus apologises after people spend night in airport due to flight cancellations

The flights were cancelled due to “lengthy waiting times for de-icing”.

24,000 bomb hoax emails sent to UK schools as 'part of Minecraft gamer feud'

Police said about 400 schools were affected and some buildings were evacuated.

Sinn Féin moves Ard Fheis forward to June to sort Eighth Amendment policy

Mary Lou McDonald said the Amendment has caused “an alphabet soup of misery”.

Sunday 18 March, 2018

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Snow, a stabbing in Clare and Vladimir Putin had everyone talking today.

How people in Cork are fighting back against FGM

“People don’t speak about it unless a victim of this heinous crime speaks out.”

'She's a fighter': Husband of Tina Satchwell believes she's still alive

She was last seen at her home in Youghal on 20 March 2017.

Flight of the Conchords postpone Dublin shows after member falls down stairs

Bret McKenzie has two broken bones in his hand.

Extra beds for rough sleepers as temperatures dip to below freezing

People who see rough sleepers have been advised to contact homeless charities.

Half of voters are in favour of repealing the Eighth Amendment

A referendum on the issue is due to take place this summer.

Bus and train services affected as snow hits the country

A status orange snow-ice warning is in place for several counties.

Coveney says human rights situation in Crimea is 'deeply concerning'

The Tánaiste has reiterated Ireland’s support for Ukraine on the fourth anniversary of the illegal annexation of Crimea.

Saturday 17 March, 2018

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Here's What Happened Today: St Patrick's Day

Parades, Leo Varadkar and the weather had everyone talking today.

National snow-ice warning in place, with east set to be worst affected

The snow showers will be heaviest and most frequent over Leinster and east Ulster.

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Irishman dies following accident in Dubai

He had travelled abroad to teach.

Delays to Dart services in Dublin due to flooding

Customers can use their tickets on Dublin Bus.

‘We're not talking about this enough': Ireland warned to take action against radicalisation

An expert has said better integration of asylum seekers and refugees must play a role in this process.

Thursday 15 March, 2018

Brother and sister missing from Sligo

Samuel Milosiu has been missing for almost a month, while his sister Zmeranda was last seen on Tuesday.

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Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Varadkar and Trump, Russia, and Filmbase had everyone talking today.

Bus transfers in operation between Limerick and Waterford due to flooding on train line

Crews are on site to restore services as quickly as possible.

Woman who pretended to be widow of Grenfell Tower victim convicted of fraud

She lated claimed her made-up husband had actually survived and taken refuge in a cave

'I want to join ISIS': How big a problem is radicalisation in Ireland?

The number of people who have radical or extreme Islamic views here varies from a handful to over 100, depending on who you ask.

Wednesday 14 March, 2018

Property prices rise by 12.5% nationally CSO

Property prices rise by 12.5% nationally

The west region showed the greatest price growth, with house prices increasing by 17.2% in the year to January.

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