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Dublin: 11 °C Tuesday 23 December, 2014

Yesterday’s News

This man took over 185,000 photos of people. Are you in his collection? Your Pics This post contains images

This man took over 185,000 photos of people. Are you in his collection?

Arthur Fields was an icon in Dublin. A programme on his life is to be aired on RTÉ.

Care order extended for two young girls who described their mother as a ‘junkie’

The children said their mum had been ‘sleepy’ and ‘dozy’ during access visits.

Sunday 21 December, 2014

Large crowds gather at Newgrange, despite sun failing to shine

Hundreds gathered at the tomb this morning.

Talbot Street reopens after two buses collide

Gardaí said there are no injuries.

Man charged in relation to armed robbery of Baldoyle post office

The man is due in court tomorrow morning.

From Business ETC Teachers unhappy some increment payments not in Christmas salaries Delayed

Teachers unhappy some increment payments not in Christmas salaries

The delay is being blamed on a glitch in the department’s payroll system.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Catch up as you wake up.

Parents ‘at a loss to understand’ why their children were taken into care

A judge failed to tell them the reasons for his “momentous decision.”

Three men arrested after cannabis worth €25k found in car on Malahide Road

The car was stopped and searched by gardaí on Friday night.

Saturday 20 December, 2014

Poll: Where are you buying your Christmas presents this year? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Where are you buying your Christmas presents this year?

Are you buying your gifts from the comfort of your couch?

Christmas is not an excuse for delays: State told to find teenage girl in care a place to live

The solicitor for the Child and Family Agency wanted the case adjourned until January.

Thursday 18 December, 2014

Poll: Should the 8th Amendment in the Constitution be repealed? Your Say This post contains a poll

The 9 at 9: Thursday

Catch up as you wake up.

Wednesday 17 December, 2014

Like Dublin Bay prawns? Irish fishermen are allowed to catch more of them

Ireland convinced the European Commission’s to change their mind on fish quotas.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Catch up as you wake up.

Tuesday 16 December, 2014

The Morning After: Australia remembers heroes of Sydney siege In Pictures This post contains images

The Morning After: Australia remembers heroes of Sydney siege

Tori Johnson and Katrina Dawson were killed yesterday.

Poll: Would you donate your bone marrow to someone you don’t know? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you donate your bone marrow to someone you don’t know?

Bone Marrow transplants can be an option for patients suffering from leukaemia and other fatal blood disorders.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Catch up as you wake up.

Monday 15 December, 2014

Three gunmen in Belgian siege ‘taken outside with their hands in the air’

The victim is understood to be safe and well.

Poll: Are you still feeling the effects of the recession? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you still feeling the effects of the recession?

Are the good times making a return?

Calls for pre-trial hearings on disclosure of sensitive material in sex offence cases

The Law Reform Commission says difficulties have emerged in specific cases.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Catch up as you wake up.

Saturday 13 December, 2014

Woman killed and two teenagers injured in Kerry road accident

The incident occurred shortly after 9am this morning.

From Business ETC Former Waterford Crystal workers unanimously vote in favour of €178m pension deal Decision Time

Thanks given to Benjy the gay bull supporters as he sets sail for the UK

Sam Simon of Simpsons fame was one of the 321 people who helped save Benjy from the chopping block.

Ireland’s favourite astronaut is back in town…

… and he’s brought his guitar.

‘We’re ready’: Fianna Fáil selects two familiar faces to run in the next general election

Party leader Micheál Martin and finance spokesperson, Michael McGrath, were nominated in Cork South Central.

Poll: Will you shop local this Christmas? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you shop local this Christmas?

Where will you being buying those presents?

Knock-on UK flight disruption following Heathrow computer meltdown

Some 38 flights have been cancelled, but there are no reports of Irish flight delays.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Catch up as you wake up.

Temperatures reached -4 last night, so be careful on those icy footpaths

Hat? check. Scarf? check. Gloves? check.

Wednesday 10 December, 2014

Moment man exonerated after 27 years in prison will bring a tear to your eye Free At Last This post contains videos

Moment man exonerated after 27 years in prison will bring a tear to your eye

Kwame Ajamu was wrongly convicted of murder in 1975.

From Business ETC Nearly half of your consumer complaints are going unresolved Computer Says No

Nearly half of your consumer complaints are going unresolved

A national survey found that faulty goods and services cost consumers close to €500 million.

Former minister who set up Irish Water says ‘forces’ at work to privatise company

Fergus O’Dowd is calling for a referendum to be held next year.

UK care home with ‘overpowering smell’ of urine shut down after inspection

Elderly residents were removed from the care home last night due to the immediate closure.

Tuesday 9 December, 2014

Irish D-Day veteran awarded France’s highest military honour Ww2

Irish D-Day veteran awarded France’s highest military honour

Patrick Gillen, aged 89, dedicated his medal to all of his comrades that did not survive the Second World War.

Two gardaí injured after joyriders smash into patrol car

One juvenile was arrested, but has since been released

Sunday 7 December, 2014

Managers in the Ambulance Service say they lack the skills to do their work

HIQA has carried out a review of the National Ambulance Service.

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