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Dublin: 7 °C Tuesday 27 January, 2015

Today’s News

Exactly 70 years ago today, the Nazi death camp in Auschwitz was liberated In Photos This post contains images

Exactly 70 years ago today, the Nazi death camp in Auschwitz was liberated

The camp was liberated by the Soviet Red Army on 27 January 1945

From Business ETC Buying a house in Dublin? You’ll feel the brunt of the new mortgage rules the most Property Prices

Buying a house in Dublin? You’ll feel the brunt of the new mortgage rules the most

In Dublin, property values are estimated to have risen by 19.5%.

Worried you might have an STI? More people are going online to get tested

The most popular age group turning to online testing are people in their twenties.

From Business ETC Irish emigrants returning home for work can expect competitive salaries No Place Like Home

Irish emigrants returning home for work can expect competitive salaries

Morgan McKinley anticipate salary increases of 5% – 10% for specialist positions in a range of sectors.

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Yesterday’s News

The 5 at 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

Saturday 24 January, 2015

Friday 23 January, 2015

Elaine O’Hara told her father she was seeing a married man from Foxrock who tied her up, court hears

At the Graham Dwyer murder trial, a pathologist tells the court that the skull of Elaine O’Hara was never recovered.

Four people dead from the flu this season

The latest report from the HSPC found that flu positivity decreased slightly this week.

“It was very nearly the perfect murder,” jury is told in Graham Dwyer case

The judge had warned jury members that they could not be ‘squeamish’ — but not even that had prepared the courtroom yesterday.

Thursday 22 January, 2015

Alleged text: ‘You should help me inflict pain on you and help me with my fantasy. Blood turns me on.’

Graham Dwyer has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Elaine O’Hara.

Love your weekend lie-in? It could make you fat

‘Social jetlag’ is also linked to metabolic disorders, inflammation and diabetes.

Irish people love New Zealand… almost 20,000 have moved there

A further 5,000 people are expected to leave for New Zealand this year.

Wednesday 21 January, 2015

From Business ETC Iarnród Éireann says there’s ‘no basis’ for possible train driver strike Dispute

Iarnród Éireann says there’s ‘no basis’ for possible train driver strike

The NBRU said it will move to ballot train drivers for industrial action.

HSE has a ‘major job ahead’ if it wants to entice nurses to come home – INMO

Almost 4,000 nurses resigned between 2010 and 2013.

And the busiest night for the Dáil bar last year was….

The Dáil bar made €7,461.19 the day the Water Services Bill was debated.

Tuesday 20 January, 2015

Graham Dwyer trial will not begin until Thursday

Members of the jury were warned yesterday that details will be difficult for the squeamish.

New anti-terrorism laws for Ireland to be introduced ‘within weeks’

Those that take part in terrorism could have their Irish citizenship revoked.

Monday 19 January, 2015

This fireball tore across the night sky yesterday evening? Did you see it?

A photographer in Dalkey managed to capture this amazing shot over Dublin.

More than 137 filling stations shut down over licensing breaches since 2011

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said that 31 oil laundries were detected and closed down.

Security guard at direct provision centre awarded €6,500 for race discrimination

Laimonas Maciukas was unsuccessful in reapplying for his job.

Sunday 18 January, 2015

Actor Peter Coonan explains why he played two characters in The Guarantee

He said that it’s important that productions about the banking crisis get made.

Saturday 17 January, 2015

Amy Huberman has a dream cast in mind for her new movie… but BOD’s ruled out

Huberman’s new movie has the working title ‘Bolt’.

Thursday 15 January, 2015

The IFTAs could potentially screen on TV3

RTÉ pulled out of airing the awards ceremony this year – and the Irish Film Board still hasn’t decided to fund it.

He doesn’t miss the football, but Billo misses his old pals Eamon and Johnny

He said he thinks his replacement is doing a good job too.

Wednesday 14 January, 2015

Irish Film Board wants more government money for the movie business

Chairman of the IFB Bill O’Herlihy says more can be done to improve the film industry.

From Business ETC Tax breaks are here to stay… but only for companies with BIG ideas Corporation Tax

Tax breaks are here to stay… but only for companies with BIG ideas

With the closing of the ‘Double Irish’ tax loophole, the government want to introduce a ‘Knowledge Development Box’.

‘A number of young Irish people have left Ireland to fight alongside ISIS’

Irish MEP Brian Hayes says more needs to be done to make sure these people feel part and parcel of Ireland.

Homes evacuated as bomb squad called to apartment block in Dún Laoghaire

The discovery was made at about 8.40pm last night.

Tuesday 13 January, 2015

Image magazine comes in for harsh criticism for unpaid PA internship

Duties include being the PA to the managing director, as well as front of house for clients.

Horse rescue shelter appeals for missing ponies Bam Bam and Tyson to be returned

The two ponies were lent out to a foster home, but have since gone missing.

HSE says achieving ambulance response times in rural areas is ‘always a difficult task’

Denis Naughten TD has reacted to a HSE report that finds Ireland is too rural for the service to meet its targets.

Have you seen Marian Power? She was last seen in Lucan yesterday morning

Gardaí are appealing to the public for help in tracing her whereabouts.

Monday 12 January, 2015

From Business ETC Oil prices tumbled AGAIN today – its lowest level in six years Going Down

Oil prices tumbled AGAIN today – its lowest level in six years

Are you seeing the benefit at the petrol stations?

Jump in flu cases and doctor changeover: The ‘straw that breaks the camel’s back’?

The INMO said the overcrowding situation in Irish hospitals is getting worse.

Nurses at Galway University Hospital are going on a work-to-rule

Minister for Health Leo Varadkar said significant progress had been made in tackling the country’s overcrowding issues.

Thursday 8 January, 2015

The Guarantee: A movie we know ends in tears, but compellingly captures an important part of Irish history

On September 29, 2008, one decision changed Ireland’s path.

Wednesday 7 January, 2015

There will be no Welfare Wednesday drinks tonight

Owner Gary Payne apologised for using the word ‘welfare’ in the promotion.

Hundreds of Dun Laoghaire people are talking about the death of this iconic town figure RIP

Hundreds of Dun Laoghaire people are talking about the death of this iconic town figure

Hundreds of people are sharing their memories about the fish seller on Covent Road.

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