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Dublin: 15 °C Wednesday 17 September, 2014

Today’s News

Second man arrested after shots fired at Limerick house

A man was arrested after a motorcycle was seen leaving the scene.

Yesterday’s News

Here’s What Happened Today: Tuesday

Everybody’s talking about: Micheál Martin’s bid for Taoiseach, US bombing the Islamic State, and an arrest over a serious sexual assault .

Police and family “increasingly concerned” about missing Darren Davidson

He was last seen in the vicinity of Craigavon Area Hospital.

What to see in THE WEST for Culture Night

It’s Culture Night on Friday – and here’s our guide to what’s happening around the country.

Nurses in overcrowded emergency department given stress management help

Galway University Hospital-West/North West Hospitals Group said that recruitment of more nurses is underway.

Police concerned for welfare of parents missing with their five children

The family, who are originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo, were last seen on 10 September.

Here’s the ancient bog body discovered in Co Meath

Part of a leg and foot were discovered by Bord na Mona workers.

Man arrested over serious sexual assault on woman

The man in his 30s was arrested this morning in Dublin.

Monday 15 September, 2014

Here’s What Happened Today: Monday

Everybody’s talking about housing people in prefabs, Judge Barry White, seagulls and Islamic State.

“Too many” with haemophilia in Ireland have died

The Irish Haemophilia Society is looking for new therapies to be made available.

‘Great escape’ Irish troops get ready to leave Golan Heights

They’re to be replaced by 130 new peacekeepers.

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Watch out for dangerous carbon monoxide in your home

The deadly gas can build up in the home, and can’t be detected by our senses.

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What to see in CORK on Culture Night

It’s Culture Night on Friday – and here’s our guide to what’s happening around the country.

Fianna Fáil spends the most on two by-elections – but fails to nab a seat

Its members spent the most in the Dublin West and Longford Westmeath by-elections, the Standards in Public Office Commission said.

Sunday 14 September, 2014

Community garden turns derelict Fatima Mansions site green

The garden will be launched next week.

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

Saturday 13 September, 2014

Here’s how you can make Dublin a City of Sanctuary

You can get involved – it’s simple, say the organisers, who hope it will spread throughout the country.

Greyhound told waste facility permit application invalid for 20 reasons FOI

Greyhound told waste facility permit application invalid for 20 reasons

The company has not yet re-applied for the permit, the council confirmed.

Friday 12 September, 2014

From The Daily Edge On this night in 2003 you were listening to… Blu Cantrell Friday Flashback

On this night in 2003 you were listening to… Blu Cantrell

A Friday Flashback to get your weekend started…

Poll: Do you keep an eye on your elderly neighbours? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you keep an eye on your elderly neighbours?

Do you make sure you know how your elderly neighbours are?

Thursday 11 September, 2014

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VIDEO: Your weekend movies… A Most Wanted Man

Cinema trip this weekend? DailyEdge.ie brings you snippets from new releases to help you decide where to put your money…

Community rallies to save ‘our Sean’ from unmarked burial in England

Locals in Glinsk are hoping that a Sean Parker, who died in England, grew up in their town, so he can be repatriated.

Vet warning after dog has tail amputated over loom band

Patches has thankfully made a full recovery.

Group of Mount Carmel nurses owed €60k in redundancy payments

The nurses might not receive the payments, as they are now considered to be unsecured creditors under the liquidation.

Wednesday 10 September, 2014

Here’s What Happened Today: Wednesday

Everyone’s talking about Phil Hogan being nominated as the EU’s Agriculture Commissioner, Junior Certificate results, and GSOC.

US authorises $25m in military aid to help Iraq fight IS

US President Barack Obama authorised the aid today.

€1.83bn spent on Dublin property in the first 6 months of this year

This is an increase of 45% on the same period last year.

Body of man found by hillwalker on Carrauntoohil

A post-mortem is due to take place and the local coroner has been notified.

Here’s the advice the Government was given on the Scottish referendum

That’s according to the new Draft National Risk Assessment, which was launched for public consultation today.

Need a 10-minute break? Step into the Reading Room…

Buffy, 90s pop music, and an inspirational teacher.

Tuesday 9 September, 2014

Here’s What Happened Today: Tuesday

Everyone’s talking about a report into the MH17 crash, Greyhound strike in the High Court, and Apple’s new phone.

Turf cutter Michael Fitzmaurice to contest Roscommon/South Leitrim by-election

Fitzmaurice said he had recieved many requests from people in Roscommon and Leitrim.

Was your favourite eatery closed over food safety concerns in August?

The FSAI has reported seven closure orders and one prohibition order from last month.

Noonan holds “positive” talks with EU on paying back our debts

The Finance Minister was speaking after he met with Mario Draghi and other leaders of EU institutions.

Quinn family vow legal action to overturn Anglo takeover of their companies

In a statement today, they said that any sale of their assets would result in them pursuing their return.

President Higgins opens new housing scheme named after 1916 rebel female doctor

It took 10 years for the scheme in Inchicore to be completed.

Splash! James Reilly does the Ice Bucket Challenge

He took an icy shower near his constituency office in Swords.

Monday 8 September, 2014

Here’s What Happened Today: Monday

Everyone’s talking about the funeral of three Charleville brothers, Cardinal Seán Brady retiring, and a new baby for Prince William and Kate Middleton.

“The fight’s not over yet”: Councillors vote against Poolbeg incinerator plan

The majority of Dublin City councillors and Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown councillors voted against, while Fingal councillors voted in favour of the plan.

Appeal for witnesses after man critically injured in assault

The 30-year-old was assaulted at 2.30am on Sunday.

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