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Today’s News

'Dirty Irish ba****ds': Irish in Manchester remember hostility after IRA bombing

Members of the city’s Irish community say they can relate to the anxiety Muslims in Manchester are feeling after Monday night’s terrorist attack.

Yesterday’s News

Compassion, defiance, gratitude, grief - but no place for hatred in our Manchester

TheJournal.ie joined thousands of Mancunians as they stood united in the face of terrorism last night.

Tuesday 23 May, 2017

Missing in Manchester: Family members in desperate search for loved ones

Hotels in the area took in children who became separated from their parents in the immediate aftermath of the explosion.

Monday 22 May, 2017

Dublin Bus ordered to compensate driver over 'systematic' rostering breach

A Labour Court ruling has highlighted the company’s failure to tell drivers of their specific start and finish times at least 24 hours in advance.

Sunday 21 May, 2017

Report on access to journalists' phones in Katy French probe still not ready to be published

It has been 16 months since a review of legislation allowing State bodies to access phone records began.

Saturday 20 May, 2017

Gardaí investigate circumstances of jury being discharged in €600k tiger kidnapping case

Last month the judge in the trial said the decision was taken due to information of the utmost gravity coming to the court’s attention.

Minister took 6 months to respond to allegations that gardaí entrapped people through informants

Sinn Fein TD made a series of allegations of wrongdoing by gardaí in a protected disclosure to Frances Fitzgerald.

Wednesday 17 May, 2017

Forensic scientists identified 27 new recreational drugs in Ireland last year

Scientists have said some of the new synthetic drugs are 100 times more toxic than regular substances

New DNA database helped gardaí solve two murders and hundreds of burglaries

The database has been in operation for 15 months.

Monday 15 May, 2017

Tusla warns that child protection reports may not have been received over weekend

The Department of Communications described the global cyber attack as “unprecedented”.

Concern about doctors without specialist training filling consultant posts

Consultants say these doctors do not have the expertise necessary to make the right decisions for patients.

Gardaí appeal to visitors of local Costcutter after death of 29-year-old woman

A man in his 30s is being held for questioning this morning in relation to her death.

Sunday 14 May, 2017

'It felt very oppressive': Eerie photos show abandoned asylum in west of Ireland Peek Inside This post contains images

'It felt very oppressive': Eerie photos show abandoned asylum in west of Ireland

The photographer said he wants to show people inside mysterious buildings they pass all the time.

Warning about poorly trained eyebrow technicians leaving clients with scars

The Department of Health said there are no plans for regulation covering technicians who offer semi-permanent makeup procedures like this.

Saturday 13 May, 2017

Ireland's first ever beatification to take place in Dublin this morning

The ceremony will make a formal request for the beatification of Dublin man Fr John Sullivan, who died in 1933.

Friday 12 May, 2017

'It destroyed my life': Man who was raped by teacher as a boy seeks State enquiry

Denis Cronin was 11-years-old when he was sexually abused by his teacher.

Nine-year-old girl dies after falling ill at Dublin swimming pool

It is understood the child may have suffered from an underlying health issue.

18 British soldiers being considered for prosecution over Bloody Sunday

Northern Ireland’s Public Prosecution Service said it is likely to be some time before a decision is made.

'Sleep well, starling': Family and friends gather to remember activist Dara Quigley Justice For Dara This post contains videos

'Sleep well, starling': Family and friends gather to remember activist Dara Quigley

At a vigil in Dublin this evening, her brother Sean called for a change in how the State treats addicts.

Tuesday 9 May, 2017

Man arrested over serious assault outside Dublin nightclub

The victim sustained serious head injuries in the assault.

'It would have been easier to take a punch than admit she let someone treat her like that'

Anna Finnegan’s sister has urged other victims of domestic violence to seek help.

Monday 8 May, 2017

Gardaí appeal for witnesses to row in days before Clondalkin man's murder

Thomas Farnan was shot dead at his home in Clondalkin in Dublin last year.

Saturday 6 May, 2017

Here's what we know so far about Templemore's 'unacceptable' finances

The Commissioner’s performance at the Public Accounts Committee this week has sparked calls for her to step down.

Friday 5 May, 2017

Emergency services at scene of large fire in Limerick factory

The fire service said no injuries have been reported.

Gardaí seize €300,000 and cash counting machines in Kinahan gang crackdown

Two men in their 30s have been arrested.

Thursday 4 May, 2017

The Garda Commissioner, the head of HR and the 'brief' two-hour meeting in Templemore

Nóirín O’Sullivan appeared before the Public Accounts Committee today and left members with more questions than answers.

Wednesday 3 May, 2017

Garda sustains broken wrist while arresting 'aggressive' suspect in Cavan

The man who was arrested on Saturday evening will appear in court tomorrow in relation to a number of charges.

'They've saved lives': Dublin's armed garda unit faced 248 'serious incidents' in three months

Minister Frances Fitzgerald said the “evil scourge” of gang-related crime is being met head-on by gardaí on the ground.

'Pressure was kept on': Senior gardaí say breath test scandal is a resource issue

Superintendent Noel Cunningham said gardaí on the ground were frequently being called to serious incidents immediately after checkpoints.

Sunday 30 April, 2017

Concern gardaí will become targets for terrorists at post-Brexit border posts

Garda representatives have said the force simply does not have the resources to police a hardened border.

Wednesday 26 April, 2017

'It'll grow on you': Gardaí demand the right to wear a beard on duty

“It’s not like we want to reunite the Dubliners and start growing beards all over the place.”

'We can't keep our head in the sand': Only 3 armed gardaí covering Dublin Airport

Rank-and-file gardaí have warned they are not prepared for the types of terrorist attacks that have been happening in Europe.

Gardaí: 'There were issues with how some homicides were classified'

Deputy Commissisioner John Twomey stressed all of these deaths were fully investigated.

Tuesday 25 April, 2017

Commissioner: 'Either gardaí can't count accurately or someone's been making figures up'

Garda management will present an interim report on the breath test scandal to the Policing Authority this week.

'I've been bitten, spat at, assaulted': Noirin O'Sullivan says she can relate to rank-and-file gardai

The Commissioner was responding to personal stories of gardai who had been attacked, including one who needed 22 staples in his elbow.

Garda colleagues of Tony Golden 'will never get over what happened' to him

The Garda Ombudsman last week launched an investigation into the events surrounding the garda’s killing.

Monday 24 April, 2017

Gardaí on breath test scandal: 'It's not collective responsibility, it's a management issue'

The head of the Garda Representative Association said the role of managers is to ensure lower ranks are properly supervised.

Terrorism, assaults and the right to grow beards will be debated by rank-and-file gardaí

An internal dispute about two motions being removed from the GRA’s agenda is also likely to boil over this week.

Church of Scientology cleaning up needles on Dublin's Sheriff Street

The church has said it was welcomed by locals when volunteers visited recently to plant flowers.

Sunday 23 April, 2017

'I watch the news and cry and cry': Venezuelans in Ireland on the chaos back home

20 people have been killed in three weeks of clashes at anti-government protests.

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