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Dublin: 18 °C Monday 16 July, 2018

Today’s News

Protester forcibly removed from Trump-Putin press conference venue

The man, who was holding a paper sign, was escorted out after a scuffle.

Irish Water hopes new restrictions in Dublin will help avoid 'widespread outages in autumn'

Pressure will be dropped in 34 areas from 10pm tonight.

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Yesterday’s News

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

The planet was watching as France beat Croatia in Moscow. Here at home, it rained at last.

Celebrating World Cup fans block traffic on Dublin's O'Connell Bridge

There was a ‘celebratory’ mood as France and Croatia fans gathered.

Greenland villagers moved to higher ground as vast iceberg threatens flooding

There are fears it could flip or that sections could break off.

'In Mother Russia only Putin gets an umbrella' - Viewers bemused by President's World Cup 'power move'

Putin was shielded from the rain – but Macron and the Croatian leader got drenched.

Fine Gael senator calls for 'drunk tanks' at city Garda stations

Similar schemes have been trialled in UK cities like Newcastle, Bristol and Cardiff.

Poll: Will you watch the World Cup Final? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you watch the World Cup Final?

Almost a million people tuned in to watch England in the semis this week.

It's raining all over the country - so take extra care if you're driving

Surfaces tend to be greasy and slippery after long dry spells – so let’s be careful out there.

Hospitalised Ryanair passengers complete overnight coach trip to their destination

The Dublin-Croatia flight landed in Germany on Friday after the cabin depressurised.

Saturday 14 July, 2018

Pedestrian walkway along old Central Bank site to be closed until 2020

The move has prompted some concern in the area, as a €75 million redevelopment takes place.

Wednesday 11 July, 2018

They came. They saw. They talked about the weather

There was a serious reason behind this week’s visit – and, in the end, rather a lot of small talk too.

Gardaí took angle-grinders to some bike locks in Dublin today (but they'll pay the owners back)

The bikes were removed from Camden Street, where Meghan and Harry where having lunch.

Pictures: Meghan and Harry have been hitting the tourist trail in Dublin

The main public events of the two-day visit are taking place today.

Tuesday 10 July, 2018

After controversy, MacGill Summer School confirms list of names for 8th Ref and gender panels

High-profile campaigners from the Yes and No campaigns are amongst those taking part.

Confirmed: Michael D Higgins says he WILL seek a second term as president

The President has confirmed he will seek a second term in the Áras, as had been widely expected.

Shift to HPV testing 'could eliminate cervical cancer in Irish women in a generation'

The change could lead to more cases being detected and more deaths being avoided, experts say.

Monday 9 July, 2018

'The Brexit dream is dying... we're headed for the status of a colony': Turmoil in UK as Boris resigns

May has defended her Brexit plan in the Commons saying it would be “challenging for the EU”.

Wednesday 4 July, 2018

'Bizarre': Heavy criticism of Taoiseach's remark that he 'sympathises with Trump on media'

A spokesperson for the Taoiseach insisted his comments were being quoted out of context.

Tuesday 3 July, 2018

Ryanair pilots in Ireland to strike on Thursday 12 July

Ryanair said it was “disappointed” by the strike action and called it “unnecessary”.

Thursday 28 June, 2018

Poll: Leo will be cheering for Belgium against England tonight ... how about you? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Leo will be cheering for Belgium against England tonight ... how about you?

A reporter shouted the question at the Taoiseach as he attended an event in Brussels.

Thursday 21 June, 2018

Pickets to be placed at 34 branches of Lloyds Pharmacy tomorrow

Over 200 pharmacy workers will hold a two-hour picket between 10am and midday.

Tuesday 19 June, 2018

Tusla chief's email to staff ahead of McCabe report's release: 'We can weather this storm'

Health watchdog Hiqa is due to publish its report into Tulsa’s handling of information, ordered by Minister Zappone last year.

Sunday 17 June, 2018

Explainer: What does the Catholic Church's teaching on homosexuality actually say?

Archbishops launching the Papal visit were met with questions about LGBT members – but what’s the official position?

Saturday 16 June, 2018

Dublin's radical bus corridor plan and Compulsory Purchase Orders: what you need to know

Sections of around 1,300 front gardens may be acquired as part of the Bus Connects plan.

'New Zealand option' may provide resolution to stand-off between Harris and GPs

Doctors in NZ who conscientiously object to abortion must inform patients that services are available elsewhere.

Friday 15 June, 2018

Bill to make upskirting an offence blocked after Tory MP shouts 'object'

Other MPs were heard shouting “shame” after Christopher Chope’s interjection.

Thursday 14 June, 2018

Abortion legislation won't be brought to the Dáil until the autumn

Simon Harris says that a number of court challenges are delaying the process.

Wednesday 13 June, 2018

Hillary Clinton and James Comey are coming to Dublin on Friday week (separately)

Don’t expect them to be meeting up for a pint or anything though.

Harris: 'Absolutely pathetic' that unsearchable documents were provided to scoping probe

The Scally probe has been provided with unsearchable and hard to read documents.

Ex-Assistant Commissioner on drug debate: 'Our young people are criminalised, deprived of life chances'

After 40 years in the force, Jack Nolan said it would be difficult to claim there are less drugs available now.

Tuesday 12 June, 2018

Dublin's radical bus corridor plan explained: How many gardens will be affected? Will my commute improve?

Road-widening will impact on 1,300 front gardens as part of the NTA’s new plan.

New Dublin bus corridor plan: Up to 200 front gardens impacted on some proposed routes

Sixteen new ‘core bus corridors’ are being planned in Dublin.

Expect 'extremely windy' weather later this week

Very windy weather and heavy rain is on the way – with the worst expected tomorrow.

Woman in her 50s killed after being struck by car near Cahir

The woman, aged in her 50s, was walking with a child. The child was not injured.

Monday 11 June, 2018

Irish Water lifts water restrictions in Skerries - but only temporarily

By Friday there was only enough spare capacity in Dublin “to fill the bottom half of Liberty Hall”.

‘Of course’ LGBT couples welcome to volunteer says Archbishop: ‘It’s also a Catholic event’

Full details of the Pope’s participation in the World Meeting of the Families were confirmed today.

500,000 tickets allocated for Pope's mass as full Irish schedule is confirmed

Details of the August visit have been confirmed this morning.

Simon Harris: Stance of GP group 'flies in the face of care and compassion'

The NAGP has insisted onward referral of a patient should not be compulsory.

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