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Dublin: 10 °C Tuesday 19 June, 2018

Yesterday’s News

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Yesterday’s News

Here's how many complaints city councils got about referendum posters

Galway City Council got nine, while Dublin City Council got almost 300 over the same time period.

Government to increase on-the-spot litter fines to €250

A litter report showed that cigarettes make up half of street litter.

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Sunday 17 June, 2018

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Theresa May says there will be no Irish Sea border, and a bump in government satisfaction rating.

Body of man (67) found on side of Cork road in suspected hit-and-run

The man’s body was discovered this morning.

Gardaí investigating murder of Mikolaj Wilk ask driver to come forward

The father of two was brutally murdered in his home in a rural part of Ballincollig, Co Cork last weekend.

Saturday 16 June, 2018

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

The Sinn Féin Ard Fheis, medicinal cannabis, and the Pope’s opinion on abortion. Here’s your news round-up.

73-year-old man dies after car hits ditch in Kilkenny

The man died from his injuries in the early hours of this morning.

Teen arrested in Cameron Reilly murder investigation released without charge

Cameron Reilly was found dead in a field in Dunleer, Co Louth last month.

Sinn Féin drops threat of 'no confidence' motion in Minister Eoghan Murphy

The motion would have forced Fianna Fáil TDs to make a tough political decision.

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'Billy's case pulled on their heartstrings': Cannabis oil treatment for Tyrone boy approved

Billy Caldwell’s mother had met with UK government officials to discuss returning his medicine earlier this week.

What should you do if you find a swarm of bees in your home?

May to July is a hotspot for bee activity – here’s what to do if a swarm of bees are in your home.

Thursday 14 June, 2018

Retired judge to lead probe into allegations of collusion in Bill Kenneally case

A number of survivors of that abuse allege that there was collusion between the Gardaí and the Catholic Church.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Conor McGregor in Brooklyn court, thousands without electricity, and the World Cup kicks off.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Wednesday 13 June, 2018

MPs erupt in laughter after Theresa May asked if Trump should negotiate Brexit

Boris Johnson said that if US President Donald Trump was conducting Brexit negotiations “you actually might get somewhere”.

Prince Charles' visit to the Kingdom: Here are the traffic diversions for Friday

Roads in Killarney, Tralee and Derrynane will be closed to facilitate the royal visit.

Catholic Church crisis pregnancy agency to close due to drop in demand

Cura, founded in 1977, is a crisis pregnancy support service associated with the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference.

Tuesday 12 June, 2018

Education committee sex ed hearing delayed as not enough senators to reach quorum

Among those due to give evidence were the Rape Crisis Network Ireland.

Patients of GP who evaded thousands in tax express shock at 16-month jail sentence

An online petition asking for the sentence imposed on the highly-regarded GP to be overturned has gained 1,800 signatures.

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Cervical Check payments, Irish Ferry cancellations, and Theresa May wins Brexit vote – here’s the news of the day.

Theresa May wins a key vote on Brexit bill, but it comes at a price

The legislation is to cover what will happen in a ‘no-deal’ scenario.

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The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Monday 11 June, 2018

Paris has an interactive map where you can report rat sightings

The website was set up after a daycare centre’s playground was found to be infested with rats.

State settles case with Drogheda family over death of eight-day-old baby

In July 2014, baby Thomas died after a feeding tube was inserted into a chamber of his heart.

Sunday 10 June, 2018

People who abstain from alcohol are off sick more often than the average drinker - study

The lead author of the study said the findings could be explained by health problems leading to people abstaining from drink.

Saturday 9 June, 2018

How many people need to take a stand to instigate social change?

A study examined this question – and came up with a definite figure.

Warning for those with hayfever: high levels of pollen are expected this weekend

Hayfever season usually gets under way in Ireland in mid-June.

Friday 8 June, 2018

Leo struggles to answer whether he'd wear Orange Order socks during his Belfast trip

“Um, I’d have to take a look at them first,” was his initial reply to the question put to him by Good Morning Ulster.

42% of people in the North want a united Ireland - poll

In a rare result, the poll puts those who want a united Ireland almost on par with those who want to remain as part of the UK.

Donald Trump fights with 'indignant' Trudeau and Macron on Twitter before meeting G7 leaders

It’s another tense meeting of world leaders today after Trump enforced tariffs that could spark a trade war.

Boris Johnson on Northern Ireland: 'It’s beyond belief that we’re allowing the tail to wag the dog'

The Foreign Secretary said that so few people use the Irish border that it didn’t warrant concerns about customs arrangements.

Thursday 7 June, 2018

'Simon! Can you juggle?': Leo and Simon balance questions about getting fit, Brexit and a new Ireland

Leo Varadkar and Simon Harris spoke about abortion, Brexit, and Olly Murs at a Healthy Ireland launch today.

Varadkar defends launching Belfast festival: 'Olly Murs is headlining - he's hardly a die hard republican'

Leo Varadkar has been criticised for launching a West Belfast festival during his sixth trip to Northern Ireland as Taoiseach.

Wednesday 6 June, 2018

University of Limerick to award Vicky Phelan with honorary doctorate

Vicky Phelan’s story sparked an investigation into how smear tests in Ireland are reviewed and handled.

We're expecting it to be as warm as 25 degrees today

In keeping with tradition, the weather is stunning on the first day of the Leaving Cert.

Tuesday 5 June, 2018

'I'm still angry': Survivors to discuss how Magdalene Laundries should be remembered

“I was taken in by the nuns at 15 – I hadn’t even kissed a boy”: Elizabeth Coppin told RTÉ about her experience in a Cork Laundry.

Michael McIntyre's car smashed with a hammer during moped robbery

A spokesperson for the comedian said he was “absolutely fine” and helping with the investigation.

Monday 4 June, 2018

For parents of children who are seriously ill, guilt is a common feeling they grapple with

Dr Aidan McKiernan, a counsellor with the LauraLynn Children’s Hospice, spoke to TheJournal.ie ahead of Children’s Hospice Week.

Witnesses appeal in Patrick O'Donnell murder investigation

O’Donnell died on Friday after an altercation outside a pub in Mitchelstown, Co Cork.

Poll: Were your parents the biggest influence on your career choice? Education This post contains a poll

Poll: Were your parents the biggest influence on your career choice?

Parents may not be fully aware of the vast range of science and technology careers available, Dr Des Fitzgerald said.

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