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Today’s News

Newly qualified teachers unable to get dipped over new scheme

The INTO spokesperson added that the professional probation should be done away with.

Religion and health care: What role does the Catholic Church play in Irish hospitals?

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin is seeking his own removal as chair of Holles Street.

Yesterday’s News

Looking for something to do? Here's what happening across the country this bank holiday weekend

A quick round-up of the events taking place across Ireland over the bank holiday weekend.

Sunday 23 April, 2017

Photos: The story of Ireland from 1916 to 2015 told through the faces of its people

A new exhibition presents photos of 100 people born from 1916 to 2015.

Friday 21 April, 2017

Photos: Meet some of Ireland's newest citizens

Over 3,000 people from over 120 countries attended the citizenship ceremonies.

27-year-old Jason White has been missing since 21 March

He is known to frequent the Kilmainham and Rialto areas of Dublin.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Status of new National Maternity Hospital project to be reviewed, Siobhan Phillips family to sue An Garda Síochana and Paris shooter revealed – it’s the Evening Fix.

Thursday 20 April, 2017

Prime Time questions if killer of Garda Tony Golden was garda informer

Adrian Crevan Mackin was not charged with firearms offences despite admitting to possession.

Appeal for 15-year-old Jason Collins missing from Laois

It is believed that he may be in the Dublin area.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Two police officers injured in Paris attack, Harris discusses new National Maternity Hospital and Enda Kenny has become Fine Gael’s longest-serving Taoiseach – it’s the Evening Fix.

Wednesday 19 April, 2017

The death of America's first female Muslim judge is now being treated as suspicious

Her body was found washed up on the shore near Harlem at around 1:45pm on 12 April.

Fake 'talent scouts' duping young people to send photos of themselves on social media

Officers from PSNI’s Reactive and Organised Crime Department are encouraging local people to be cyber savvy.

Are you with Vodafone? Some customers have been charged their monthly bill twice

The company said that affected customers will be refunded over the next few days.

Man who fatally stabbed a man 30 years ago apologises to family on Liveline

“If I could turn back time to have John Fox back with his family again, I would make it happen in a heartbeat.”

Documentary tells story of 'cancer bus' that takes patients from Donegal to Galway every week

A TG4 documentary, Turas na hAilse, follows the patients as they make this journey together.

Woman missing from Limerick found safe and well

Gardaí thanked the public for their assistance.

Delays on M50 as jackknifed truck blocks slip road

Emergency services are at the scene.

Tuesday 18 April, 2017

Up to €8,000 stolen from Trocaire boxes in Clare church

The thieves broke into a safe before escaping with the cash.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

UK snap election, criticism over final words of R116 crew being published and giant shipworm discovered – it’s the Evening Fix.

Last words of R116 crew should not have been released to media, says pilots' group

The last two minutes of the audio was released in the Preliminary Report by the Air Accident Investigation Unit of Ireland (AAIU) on Friday.

Austin Stack says wording on Martin McGuinness's headstone is insulting

Stack called on Mary Lou McDonald to say if she recognises Oglaigh na hÉireann as being the legitimate army of the state.

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Police want to speak to 19-year-old after teenage girl sexually assaulted in Belfast city centre

The PSNI Rape Crime Unit are investigating the reported assault.

Sunday 16 April, 2017

County breakdown: 10,640 fathers have taken paternity leave since September

Dublin had the highest number of recipients, while Leitrim had the lowest.

Saturday 15 April, 2017

These are the price differences in alcohol and cigarettes across the border that Noonan is monitoring

The Finance Minister says he’s monitoring price levels to try and prevent differences that would would see consumers crossing the border to shop.

Thursday 13 April, 2017

Man held in van after being robbed while walking home from work in Dublin

Gardaí found the man when they stopped and searched a van on main street in Finglas at around 1.40 this morning.

Tuesday 11 April, 2017

As It Happened: Kenny tells Dáil, 'Water is a precious resource and somebody has to pay for it'

As It Happened: Kenny tells Dáil, 'Water is a precious resource and somebody has to pay for it'

Mary Lou McDonald told the Taoiseach, “The bully boys of your government wish to sabotage the work of the committee.”

Monday 10 April, 2017

'Condoms, what are they?': Customs official describes the morning of the 1971 contraceptive train

“I was told, ‘Just stand there and look intelligent’. I hadn’t a clue what was going on.”

Woman in serious condition after Waterford fire that injured four firefighters

Emergency services were called to the blaze on Wellington St at around 11pm.

Australian rapper ran into the sea after running up €420 bill at seafood restaurant

Police were towed to the man on the back of jet-skis.

SIPTU says Irish Water workers are not overpaid after reports of €5,000 bonuses for all staff

It’s reported that staff receive perks such as car allowances and fitness instructors as well as health insurance packages for executives and their spouses.

Sunday 9 April, 2017

Irish MEPs criticised as term 'mompreneur' used in European Parliament Watch Your Language This post contains a poll

Irish MEPs criticised as term 'mompreneur' used in European Parliament

The word appeared in legislation on women and their role in rural areas which was supported by two Fine Gael MEPs.

Soft drinks are reducing in sugar to avoid the upcoming sugar tax

Minister Noonan said that while the tax yield will be lower as a result, the overall impact is still positive.

Friday 7 April, 2017

Revenue warns of new scam that claims taxpayers are due a tax refund

The message tells people that they have a certain amount of time to access credit they are entitled to.

The 5 at 5: Friday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

'I'm alive today so I'll keep fighting': Irish mother raising funds for cancer drug not available in Ireland

Claire Graham is battling both breast and brain cancer while caring for her son who was also diagnosed with eye cancer.

There's enough Irish sunshine for Vitamin D needs all year round - but big differences depending where you live

The study also found supplementation had a dramatic impact on maintaining a healthy vitamin D status.

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'I smoked for 20 years and never thought I could give up but I'm proof it can be done'

Smoking is directly related to more than 5,600 deaths in Ireland every year.

Thursday 6 April, 2017

The 5 at 5: Thursday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Four-year-old police dog wins top UK award for finding missing woman in below freezing conditions

This is the first time that a PSNI handler and his police dog have won the UK award.

European police forcing migrants to strip and walk back over border according to NGO report

Violence, brutality and unlawful treatment by authorities are frequent according to the 140 people interviewed.

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