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Yesterday’s News

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Saturday 20 October, 2018

The A&F hazing incidents proves why all colleges should have consent classes DCU

The A&F hazing incidents proves why all colleges should have consent classes

If consent classes and real world sex ed have the power to reduce sexual assault, harassment and incidents of rape, then why the hell aren’t we doing it already?, asks Garreth MacNamee.

Friday 19 October, 2018

Drug dealing criminals using bookmakers' online accounts to stash money

The practice is particularly prevalent in Irish prisons.

Tuesday 16 October, 2018

Labour to bring forward legislation to ban landlords charging prospective tenants to view property

Some people were being charged up to €500 to view an apartment.

'Who would you like to kick in the testicles': BAI partially upholds Eoghan McDermott show complaint

The complainant claimed the interview promoted violence towards men.

Dublin gang suspected of campaign of graffiti harassment and threats to garda injured in acid attack

The garda has been removed from his normal duties.

Sunday 14 October, 2018

Gunman shoots at wrong house in Dublin 'after thinking sex offender lived there'

The occupants have no involvement in crime and gardaí believe the shooter got the wrong house.

Saturday 13 October, 2018

Over 400 people banded together to recreate one of Ireland's most famous mythological feats

“It was about getting people to slow down from their daily lives and take in what’s around them.”

Friday 12 October, 2018

Micheál Martin writes to Leo Varadkar urging him to say he won't call an election

There had been rumblings about a potential general election.

Peter Charleton wasn't overly enamoured by the press - here's what he had to say about journalists

Journalistic privilege was cited by many – not by all – but by most.

Caesarean section use has almost doubled globally since 2000

There are dangers associated with the procedure.

Thursday 11 October, 2018

'Nervous' Ryan Tubridy prepares for Late Late Show in London with 1,200 audience members

“If you’re not nervous then there’s something wrong.”

'It's a stark reality': Vast majority of women in Ireland feel vulnerable because of their gender

A new study found that most women don’t feel safe taking the bus.

Wednesday 10 October, 2018

'Retraumatising and stigmatising': One in Four's annual report hits out at handling of sexual abuse trials

The organisation found that it supported 31 clients through a criminal trial in 2017.

Budget 2019: Here's what measures kick in today

There’s a number of immediate changes after yesterday’s budget.

Tuesday 9 October, 2018

Budget 2019: Winners and Losers

There’s good news and bad news….

'Like eunuchs at a brothel': The blunt and bizarre opposition reaction to Budget 2019

Not everyone was happy with the budget.

Donohoe announces details of new affordable housing scheme

A single person earning over €50,000 will be ineligible to apply.

Cork local investigated over hacking of council's parking app

It was originally thought that international data thieves were responsible – but gardaí made a breakthrough in recent days.

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Dublin model under garda probe for stashing Kinahan-linked drug money

The woman is regularly seen in the company of Irish and international celebrities.

Sunday 7 October, 2018

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

This is what made the news today.

Missing man found after appeal

Gardaí thanked members of the public for their help.

Revenue discover two fuel laundering plants in Louth

Around 5,000 litres of illicit fuel was seized.

Girl seriously injured in Cork after firework exploded in her hand

She has been brought to Cork University Hospital.

Gardaí renew their appeal after fatal crash on Naas Road

A man in his 30s was knocked down and killed last month.

'We will miss her beyond words': Cervical Check campaigner Emma Mhic Mhathúna dies aged 37

She was one of the women at the centre of the Cervical Check scandal.

Saturday 6 October, 2018

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Here’s what had people talking today.

Trade union unanimously votes to launch campaign to get more women involved in apprenticeships

It said more must be done to get women into the trade.

Balaclava-wearing gunmen shoot dead dad-of-two in suspected drug dispute murder

The incident happened around 11.15pm last night.

Thursday 4 October, 2018

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Here’s what got people talking today.

Night of the living fed: Krispy Kreme after dark

TheJournal.ie took a trip to Krispy Kreme last night – all in the name of journalistic integrity.

Engineers say there's more subsidence near Monaghan sink hole site

Further investigations are ongoing.

Wednesday 3 October, 2018

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

Very heavy traffic on N7 in both directions after truck overturns

It’s taking about an hour to get through the congestion.

Disgruntled gardaí vent anger over new digital clocking-in system at Shankill meeting

Around 50 officers attended a meeting in Shankill Garda Station on Monday evening.

Tuesday 2 October, 2018

Michael D Higgins says he won't take part in Claire Byrne Live debate

The president said he will take part in a number of other broadcasts.

Sunday 30 September, 2018

South African drug supplier suspected of facilitating Ireland's biggest cocaine dealers

The supplier is heavily linked to a Dublin crime family.

Saturday 29 September, 2018

Frustration among number of new garda detectives following placements in special crime operations

The detectives are in areas such as drugs, fraud and cyber crime.

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