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Saturday 22 December, 2012

From The Daily Edge 6 of the worst Christmas tree decorations Treely Awful

6 of the worst Christmas tree decorations

The 8 worst and weirdest Christmas decorations hauled from online craft store Etsy.

Thursday 20 December, 2012

Fatal Road Traffic Collision in Bishopstown, Cork

70-year-old man died on the South City Ring Road this evening.

IMF calls for full EU banking union to counter crisis

Dealing with problems on a country by country basis not working, says IMF.

Fighting might have led to evolution of fists

Humans are the “poster children for violence” say researchers.

Dublin to get annual science festival

‘Festival of Curiosity’ will take place in July 2013.

Louvre is world's most visited museum

Paris museum received 10 million visitors in 2012, 10 times as many as Ireland’s four national museums combined did in 2011.

Tuesday 20 November, 2012

Advertising authority to monitor ads by companies on social media

Posts by companies on social media websites that advertise products now under the remit of the Advertising Authority of Ireland.

Oireachtas Committee to meet Minister for Health James Reilly today

Minister Reilly slammed by committee member for not setting up a fullyindependent inquiry into Savita Halappanavar’s death.

Monday 19 November, 2012

600 year old meteors to rain on earth

Observers may see almost twice as many meteors per hour compared to last Saturday’s meteor shower.

McFeely house goes up for sale as he loses repossession appeal

Bankrupt property developer must give up the keys to number two Ailesbury Road in Dublin 4, which goes on sale for €3m.

The 5 at 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

More breastfeeding needed to tackle obesity in children and adults

Scientific report says Ireland has lowest breast feeding rates in Europe.

One in 20 patients has hospital acquired infection

5.2 per cent of patients get infection within two days of admission, after a medical device was inserted or after surgery.

Tuesday 13 November, 2012

Irish people saving less

Four in ten not saving money at end of month, but more people expect to be better off next year.

Texas petition to leave the United States gets 60,000 signatures

Texas is the only state of the union that can secede voluntarily, some supporters of independence believe.

Tánaiste calls for referendum on same-sex marriage

Eamon Gilmore says he does not believe “we should postpone what is a human right.”

Spotify launches in Ireland

Music streaming site gives users access to over 18 million music tracks for free

Vodafone makes €2.4bn loss on southern European woes

Mobile giant blames tough trading conditions in southern Europe for losses.

First military census shows pressures faced by 1922 army

Head of the new National Army Michael Collins faced serious administrative challenges as new force took over British barracks.

Wednesday 7 November, 2012

Almost 25 per cent of children agonise over the economy says report

20 per cent said that the education they receive is the best thing about being a child in Ireland, followed by sport.

Super-levy needed for high pensions, says Labour Party Chairman

All pensions over €100,000 a year should be subject to a levy of 10 per cent, rising to 25 per cent on pensions over €500,000, says Colm Keaveney TD.

Average annual earnings fall by €212 CSO

Average annual earnings fall by €212

Average Irish worker earned €35,905 in 2011 before tax, down from €36,117 in 2010.

Taoiseach welcomes cut to ex-AIB chief's pension AIB

Taoiseach welcomes cut to ex-AIB chief's pension

Kenny added that the taxation of pensions will be dealt with in the Budget for 2013.

125 jobs for Drogheda

US comparison website Nextag to open operations in Co Louth town.

Decrease in Irish psychiatric admissions

Depressive disorders accounted for almost one in three admissions, as unskilled workers remain the most likely group to be admitted.

Sellafield nuclear waste warning

Operators failed to dispose of radioactive waste properly, as cost of decommissioning site rises, says watchdog.

Aer Lingus profit up 30 per cent

Profits for the year rise to €86.5m, 29.7 per cent up on last year.

Sunday 4 November, 2012

The App all men have been waiting for (and could probably do with)

Ballina-based app developer launches Man App to remind you of the dates you tend to forget and the advice you tend to need.

Thursday 1 November, 2012

The Evening Fix...now with added lefty tossers

Things we learned, loved and shared today.

How did the Salmon cross the road? Salmon This post contains videos

How did the Salmon cross the road?

It swam of course. Fish cross road in Washington State in annual ritual.

Some allowances should be subsumed into core pay, say Garda reps

Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan and representatives of garda bodies appearing before Public Accounts Committee.

Safebook: How to stay safe online

Infographic says parents should join Facebook if cyber-bullying is to be tackled. What do you think?

McDonald's to create 700 jobs in next three years

Fast food chain currently employs 4,054 people in Ireland and spent €283.7m in the Irish economy in 2011.

Wednesday 31 October, 2012

Schmallenberg virus detected in Northern Ireland

Killer virus that causes fever in sheep and cattle was confirmed in Co Cork yesterday, the first time it has ever appeared in Ireland.

The Evening Fix...now with added gangnam-style Noam Chomsky Need To Know This post contains videos

The Evening Fix...now with added gangnam-style Noam Chomsky

Things we learned, loved and shared today.

2,000 job cuts sought at Eircom

TheJournal.ie understand that one-third of jobs are set to go at the telecommunications company under a cost-saving plan drawn up by the company’s board of directors.

JJB Sports to close with loss of 100 jobs

Closure is indicative of failure by landlords to reduce Celtic Tiger era rents, says Retail association.

Wine shortage nearing as grape harvest hits historical low

Poor weather and shrinking size of land under cultivation means global wine production will fall to its lowest level since records began in 1975.

Lack of flights to Cork hampering business in region

Cork Chamber of Commerce calls for an increase in flights to boost growth in the south of Ireland.

Thursday 25 October, 2012

Public asked to vote in Irish internet awards

The eircom Spider awards now have 18 categories, with TheJournal.ie and TheScore.ie nominated in four.

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