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Yesterday’s News

One teenager killed and another critical after Limerick crash involving truck

An 18-year-old female passenger is in a critical condition.

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Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Black box recorder from Rescue 116 recovered, Bus Éireann strike and sunny weekend ahead – it’s the Evening Fix.

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Thursday 23 March, 2017

Ulster Bank to close 22 branches in Ireland with 220 redundancies

The closures are expected to take place in June and September.

Lottery team head to Cork to find owner of €1 million winning ticket as deadline looms

The winner has until next Friday to claim their prize.

Cork set to get new €25 million office space that will accommodate 450 new jobs

The project would also sustain 125 construction jobs.

These are the front pages of the UK newspapers after yesterday's attack

Nearly all of the newspapers in the UK have used a photo of the attacker lying on an ambulance stretcher.

Wednesday 22 March, 2017

Man in his 40s arrested after major cocaine seizure in Dublin shopping complex

Over 2.65 kilos of the drug, worth around €190,000, was discovered in a planned search.

Underwater device with cameras and grabbers used in search for Rescue 116

The high tech device gives investigators a better view of the crash site.

Tuesday 21 March, 2017

Man charged over murder of one-year-old boy and attempted murder of girl in London

The one-year-old girl is in a critical condition in hospital.

Investigators have found additional wreckage of Rescue 116 in an area of interest

It’s now believed that the helicopter had no contact with any of the lighthouse or the building itself.

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Poll: Are you happy?

Ireland is the 15th happiest country in the world.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your Tuesday.

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Dangerous driving conditions this morning as snow-ice warning remains in place

Some showers will fall as snow this morning, but they will mostly be of rain, hail and sleet during the day.

Monday 20 March, 2017

350 new jobs announced for Cork and Dublin

eShop officially opened its global headquarters in Swords today.

Man arrested after murder of one-year-old boy in London

A one-year-old girl is also in a critical condition in hospital.

Cold week ahead with severe frost, snow and lows of -4 degrees

Overall it’s looking cold for most of the week, turning milder by the weekend.

Friday 17 March, 2017

In Photos: A record number of landmarks turn green for St Patrick's Day

World famous sites such as the London Eye, Niagara Falls and the Colosseum will be joined by some more unusual newcomers.

Car caught speeding at 104 km per hour in 60 kilometre zone overnight in heavy rain

Gardaí are warning drivers to slow down and be safe this St Patrick’s Day. 

10-month-old sniffer dog shot by police at Auckland airport after escaping from leash

Many are criticising the shooting and believe a tranquiliser gun should have been used.

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Poll: Do you want Trump to come to Ireland?

The US President says he’s coming to Ireland after receiving an invite from his ‘new friend’ Enda Kenny.

The 9 at 9: St Patrick's Day

Here’s everything you need to know as you wake up on this St Patrick’s Day morning.

Maureen Haughey, the wife of former Taoiseach Charles Haughey, has died RIP

Maureen Haughey, the wife of former Taoiseach Charles Haughey, has died

It’s understood that she passed away in hospital this morning after a short illness.

Before Today FM - Radio Ireland launched and failed as a talk radio station

Eamon Dunphy’s show, The Last Word, was the only programme to be kept after the rebrand.

Thursday 16 March, 2017

US Vice-President's Irish roots and hint of Trump visit to Ireland dominate gala with Enda

Kenny said he has plans to bring up the Irish undocumented with Trump when he meets the US President today.

Get out the brolly: St Patrick's Day weekend looking wet and windy

St Patrick’s Day will be cloudy and windy with rain.

Wednesday 15 March, 2017

'It's unspeakable, what's going on': Shane Ross meets families of Coast Guard crew

Searches are ongoing to locate chief pilot Mark Duffy and winchmen Paul Ormsby and Ciarán Smith.

Missing teenager located

He was last seen at Moyle Park College.

Australian police looking for two men with Irish accents after elderly people scammed

There have been at least four linked offences reported to police in the last week.

Tuesday 14 March, 2017

Over 198,000 empty homes in Ireland: UK officers turn them into housing - would that work here?

Empty homes officers have been appointed in the UK since the early 90s.

Sunday 12 March, 2017

Puppies found covered in urine and faeces with no access to food or water

The ISPCA has received over 53,000 calls in the past three years.

Friday 10 March, 2017

'Nice, gentle man': Tributes paid to elderly man killed in Donegal house fire

The fire was discovered by a person calling to the house.

Thursday 9 March, 2017

'The rescue effort was enormous': Irishman rescued after yacht capsized off Australian coast

It took over 13 hours for rescuers to reach them after the emergency vessel was launched.

There has been a plunge in the number of students who want to do nursing CAO

There has been a plunge in the number of students who want to do nursing

A total of 76,086 applications were received by CAO 1 February.

Wednesday 8 March, 2017

'They were just looking for a bit of peace': Tributes paid to woman and children killed in Dublin fire

Neighbours began arriving with flowers, candles and teddies this morning.

Tuesday 7 March, 2017

In photos: ISPCA report reveals cases of starving dogs and ponies in filthy conditions with no water

In 2016 inspectors initiated 32 prosecutions and saw 15 finalised in court.

Woman in her 40s questioned after almost 28,000 cigarettes destined for Moore St seized in house

Investigations are ongoing with a view to prosecution.

Water committee calls for refunds, but Fine Gael still wants to pursue 'non-compliant' households

Three out of five people think households should be charged for excessive water use.

Power down in parts of Dublin city centre

ESB Networks says it is working on the fault.

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