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Dublin: 12 °C Sunday 20 May, 2018

Yesterday’s News

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Yesterday’s News

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

The royal wedding dominated headlines today (sure they got a nice day for it, etc etc)

Hospital staff member sacked for accessing Ed Sheeran data

The BBC reports that two staff members were disciplined on the same date Sheeran was admitted.

Up in the polls: The Cervical Check scandal hasn't dented support for Fine Gael Up

Up in the polls: The Cervical Check scandal hasn't dented support for Fine Gael

Leo Varadkar’s party remains the most popular in the country according to the latest Red C/SBP poll

Man and woman who were detained over infant's death are released

Gardaí say a file is to be prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.

The Power of Love: This US pastor stole the show with his barnstorming royal wedding address

Chicago bishop Michael Curry livened up the proceedings in Windsor today.

It's not everyone's cup of tea - but a certain wedding could be a bigger deal than Eurovision in Ireland this weekend

It will be hard to escape the nuptials of Harry and Meghan today. Here’s where you can watch it.

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Wednesday 16 May, 2018

Cervical Check scandal: Acting HSE boss says sorry for 'confusion and alarm' Communication Breakdown This post contains videos

Cervical Check scandal: Acting HSE boss says sorry for 'confusion and alarm'

John Connaghan said women in Ireland had been “understandably frightened and concerned” by what they had read and heard.

Grace probe delayed: Problems interviewing elderly witnesses 'not predicted', says Minister

The Commission of Investigation has been granted another 12 months to complete its work.

Tuesday 15 May, 2018

It escaped Labrador: Mayo lifeboat crew in 7-hour callout to secure steel barge from Canada

The 26 metre barge broke free from its moorings, over 3,080km away, last winter

Gaza killings: Sinn Féin says Israeli ambassador should 'pack his bags' and be expelled

59 Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces during protests along the Gaza border against the US embassy opening in Jerusalem.

Council won't reverse cancellation of Eighth Amendment book event in spite of councillors' vote

The Council has said it can’t be seen to be using public funding to support either side.

Rail services resuming in north Dublin after major disruption this morning

A DART train that had not yet entered service struck and fatally injured a person earlier.

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'I would not be as confident as you': May and Brexiteer MP 'in row over who would win a border poll'

The Prime Minister met with Conservative MPs yesterday to discuss future customs arrangements.

Monday 14 May, 2018

GP who supports No vote rejects Coveney claim that 'there will be no abortion clinics in Ireland'

The Tánaiste asserted in an op-ed that “there will be no abortion clinics in Ireland”.

Plane remains at crash site as investigation into deaths of man and boy (7) continues

An eyewitness said he saw the plane plunging “vertically down” into the bog.

It will clear up later today and the weather will stay fine for the week

Temperatures will reach the high teens on most days this week.

Saturday 12 May, 2018

Injured in The Troubles: 'I don't know whether they're just waiting for us to die off'

Some of those left severely injured in the Troubles are now in their 70s and 80s. They says it’s imperative a special pension be introduced.

Monday 7 May, 2018

Anti-amendment Dún Laoghaire bucked the national trend in '83. We went to talk to locals this week

The ’83 debate was bitter and divisive. Those who lived through it say there’s a more informed debate on the doorsteps today.

Sunday 6 May, 2018

8 out of 10 voters in this area backed the Eighth Amendment in '83. We went to talk to locals this week

How are the campaigns shaping up in traditionally conservative Roscommon and east Mayo?

Saturday 21 April, 2018

'They're confused - they don't know what to believe': Canvassing for hearts, minds (and votes) in the Dublin commuter belt

We joined the trail in Drogheda and Ratoath with Save the 8th and Together for Yes.

Tuesday 17 April, 2018

'We called him the King': Tributes as country singer Big Tom McBride dies aged 81

His family have confirmed funeral details for this Friday morning.

Man arrested over hit-and-run that left teenager in critical condition

A 17-year-old girl was struck by a car in Kilcoole at around 3.50am on Saturday.

As the rain clears, temperatures are set to hit the high teens

It will hit 18 degrees by Thursday.

Monday 16 April, 2018

Female conductor 'indecently assaulted' on Derry-Belfast train

The woman was grabbed after she intervened with a group of rowdy passengers.

After 18 years, China has opened its markets to Irish beef

Chinese demand for meat has quadrupled in the last three decades.

Homeless man found dead in chair in waiting area of Tallaght Hospital

The hospital says the man had been sheltering in the hospital and had not sought treatment.

Friday 13 April, 2018

'We had to shutter up our house and head to work' - US chief hurricane forecaster Mike Brennan Gimme Shelter This post contains videos

'We had to shutter up our house and head to work' - US chief hurricane forecaster Mike Brennan

Dr Mike Brennan spoke to us about last year’s devastating Atlantic hurricane season.

Sunday 1 April, 2018

One fifth of the population plan to attend Pope Francis mass in Phoenix Park

Pope Francis will be the chief celebrant at a mass on 26 August.

Friday 30 March, 2018

'You had the unionist guy saying to the Tory - 'you're not understanding what Sinn Féin is saying''

Years before the Good Friday Agreement, politicians came together at Glencree for unofficial, trust-building talks.

Explainer: What is the Good Friday Agreement?

The 20th anniversary of the landmark deal is being marked – here’s what’s in it.

Good Friday: There'll be winners and losers as pubs open for the first time since 1927

“I definitely feel that there’s going to be a vibe like in the run up to Christmas,” one publican told us.

Sunday 25 March, 2018

Drivers insisted on following sat-nav straight into Wicklow snowdrifts, rescuers say

Motorists are being reminded they always need to take heed of road conditions.

The lucky ticket for last night's €5.6 million Lotto jackpot was sold in Crosshaven

It’s not yet known whether the ticket belongs to an individual or a syndicate.

'The Mooch' charmed Ray D'Arcy last night - but he didn't tell us anything new

Scaramucci, who has been doing the media rounds in recent months, said he’d be back once he finished his book.

'One of my best friends was killed right around here': McCartney remembers John Lennon at New York march

More than a million people took to the streets across the US yesterday to call for tighter gun control.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Yes, the 9 at 9… The clocks went forward overnight, in case you were wondering.

Coast Guard helicopter called out as two women sustain leg injuries on Croagh Patrick

Mayo Mountain Rescue responded to the call outs. The hikers were injured in separate incidents.

ODCE seeks inspectors to probe claims at Independent News & Media

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement is to apply to the High Court next month.

Saturday 24 March, 2018

Call to scrap Ross's judge selection bill after Attorney General slams it as 'dog's dinner'

The Taoiseach spoke with AG Seamus Woulfe last night in the wake of his comments.

Spring-like conditions today - but wintry showers set to return before Easter

Sometimes it snows in April, as Prince once sang.

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