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Dublin: 11 °C Sunday 23 April, 2017

Today’s News

Four members of the Kinahan cartel have fled Dublin as they fear for their lives

There are fears the Hutch gang is planning an attack.

A month on from the GamerCon fiasco and customers are still waiting for their money back

Up to 25,000 people were expected to turn up for the event.

Yesterday’s News

59 members of the Defence Forces tested positive for illegal drugs in the past five years

23 of the drug takers had to buy their way out of their military contracts.

Friday 21 April, 2017

Gardaí investigating if Kinahan gunman 'accidentally shot himself or was murdered'

Gardaí think Glen Clarke was behind the murders of innocent men Trevor O’Neill and Martin O’Rourke.

Borussia Dortmund bus bomber 'wanted to profit from a drop in the team's share price'

The incident was not ‘terror-related’, according to German police.

Thursday 20 April, 2017

Wives and partners of Defence Forces members to hold nationwide protest today

The partners have claimed poor pay conditions have forced families to go to dangerous money lenders.

Calls for more security after teenage girl mugged on Luas Exclusive

The couple has yet to be arrested.

Wednesday 19 April, 2017

Mark Zuckerberg vows to tackle spate of murder videos being uploaded to Facebook

Steve Stephens videoed himself shooting a random pensioner in the face and uploaded the video to Facebook.

Beaten and left to die in a burning home: New appeal over 2012 murder of James Cahillane

The 58 year old was murdered near the town of Killorglin in 2012.

Sunday 16 April, 2017

'We seek truth and justice': Friends of Danielle McLaughlin make appeal for information

McLaughlin (28) was raped and murdered on 13 March this year.

Ceremonies underway to remember those who died in the Easter Rising

The national anthem was played by a lone piper in the main courtyard of the cemetery.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

It’s Sunday. Stay in bed a bit longer and have a read of the day’s stories.

Fine Gael back on top as latest opinion poll shows seven point surge

Enda Kenny’s party are one point ahead of Fianna Fáil.

Saturday 15 April, 2017

Two men charged in connection with the death of Irishman Dylan Crawford

Dylan Crawford was found unconscious in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Here’s what you need to know as you start the weekend.

North Korea threatens to fire nuclear missiles if attacked first

Donald Trump has dispatched an aircraft carrier group to the Korean peninsula.

Saturday 8 April, 2017

Great-grandmother shot in Monkstown was not the intended target

The intended victim is thought to have hidden while the 77-year-old answered the door.

Christy Kinahan Snr tracked to Switzerland as gardaí, CAB and Interpol work to tackle drug cartel Exclusive

A number of investigations has the head of the crime syndicate scrambling to hide his assets.

Friday 7 April, 2017

Thursday 6 April, 2017

Estonian man charged with conspiracy to murder

58-year-old Imre Arakas has been charged with conspiring to murder Dublin man James Gately in Northern Ireland.

Defence Forces pilot suspended after admitting taking cocaine before random drug test Exclusive

The pilot is expected to resign this week.

Tuesday 4 April, 2017

Evening poll: Should people have to pay their TV licence to watch the RTÉ player? Your Say This post contains a poll

Evening poll: Should people have to pay their TV licence to watch the RTÉ player?

The financial struggles at RTÉ have been in the news a lot in recent days.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Hutch hitman arrested, a murder investigation in Kerry and a sausage world record in Cavan – it’s the Evening Fix.

Gardaí arrest 'hitman' who travelled to Ireland to target Hutch gang members

Three men were arrested this morning.

Monday 3 April, 2017

Ireland's Property Crisis: 'You're just waiting on a system that may or may not work properly'

Colin McSweeney is one of 4,875 adults nationwide relying on emergency accommodation every night.

'We are truly overwhelmed by all your love': Family pays tribute to helicopter crash victims

Relatives of the victims have told how their lives changed in an instant.

German tourist raped in India weeks after Danielle McLaughlin attacked and killed

The woman is being treated in hospital.

Paid your water bills? You're definitely going to get some of your money back

However, the final draft of the report states that all new homes are to have water meters installed.

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'It's a heinous crime': Fire engine stolen and stripped of lifesaving equipment in Donegal

Thousands of euro worth of equipment was taken from the vehicle.

Someone's million euro Lotto ticket has just become a useless piece of paper

The 90 days to claim the prize have now passed.

Toxic asbestos and large quantities of rubble discovered in popular Donegal beauty spot

The hazardous material was found dumped in the Glenveagh National Park in Donegal.

Friday 31 March, 2017

Victims of Carrick-on-Shannon double drowning are Irish and English

The couple was reported missing this morning.

'Denial of justice is a very difficult thing to bear': John McAreavey is going back to Mauritius

His wife Michaela was murdered while the couple was on their honeymoon.

Man dies after his go-kart crashes into a van

He was brought to hospital where he was pronounced dead shortly after.

Irish pensioner arrested in Cyprus after loaded guns and crossbow found in his home

The man is being questioned by police.

Thursday 30 March, 2017

Nóirin O'Sullivan calls country's top officers to garda HQ and urges them to support her

The Commissioner will address the Oireachtas today.

Wednesday 29 March, 2017

Helicopter destined for Dublin goes missing over the Irish Sea

Five people are on board the helicopter.

Ireland moves one step closer to allowing doctors prescribe medicinal cannabis

People with specific conditions will be allowed access cannabis-based drugs under new proposals.

This is how a court case in Leitrim blew the latest garda scandal wide open

The massaging of figures is now feared to extend into other garda departments.

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