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Dublin: 10 °C Saturday 25 March, 2017

Today’s News

Tea could be good for your brain

Not just your thirst.

Tipperary man fined for carrying out gas repairs without qualifications

The number of prosecutions taken by the CER has continued to rise annually since 2011.

Yesterday’s News

Bill Clinton dropped in to say hello to Enda Kenny today

Clinton was also spotted shopping in Dublin’s city centre.

Man injured while constructing roller coaster in Cork

He has been released from hospital.

Richie Boucher, the man who led Bank of Ireland back into the black, is stepping down

Finance Minister Michael Noonan thanked Boucher for his “commitment, professionalism and drive”.

Thursday 23 March, 2017

75-year-old man becomes fifth person to die after Westminster attack

He was pronounced dead tonight after his life support was withdrawn.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Martin McGuinness, Bus Éireann and London carrying on had people talking today.

'Ireland lost a hero. Derry lost a son' - Adams gives graveside oration for McGuinness

The funeral of the former Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister took place in his native Derry this afternoon.

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Maynooth line trains delayed for up to an hour after truck crashes into bridge

Crews have removed some rock from the rail line.

Islamic State claims responsibility for the Westminster attack

Britain will not raise its terror threat level after the attack.

Wednesday 22 March, 2017

Four dead, around 40 injured: Here's what's known about today's terror attack in London

The dead include a police officer tasked with guarding the Houses of Parliament.

'Silence from the rebels' as Kenny talks to Fine Gael TDs about his future

Kenny’s statements to the party are thought to have gone down well, according to sources.

It will be lashing rain in Dublin, Louth and Wicklow tonight

The weather service says that tonight will be cold and blustery with temperatures dipping to zero degrees.

As it happened: Four people, including police officer, killed in London attack

A major security operation is continuing in the city.

Tuesday 21 March, 2017

Judge-ordered report into Cairo protest doesn't name or identify Ibrahim Halawa

Halawa faces another trial date – his 20th – tomorrow.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Martin McGuinness, Rescue 116 and a laptop ban had people talking today.

Man to appear in court charged with murder of man found in concrete tank

The body Bobby Ryan was found in a concrete tank 20 months after going missing.

Someone who bought a Lotto ticket in Cork has just a week to claim their €1 million

The winner has until next Friday, 31 March to claim their prize.

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'Largely gone': Ghost estates are rapidly disappearing

South Dublin County Council is the first local authority area to have zero unfinished developments.

Users of Epipens warned to check theirs as batch is recalled

The recall affects around 1,000 units.

Monday 20 March, 2017

Enda Kenny has support for inviting Trump and leading Brexit negotiations

Kenny last week invited Trump to Ireland after meeting him in Washington DC.

Investigators say Rescue 116 could have hit rocks at lighthouse

Up to now, the focus of the investigation has been on Black Rock lighthouse.

Australian breweries apologise for famine-themed beer

The beer had been criticised as “disgusting and offensive” and “an absolute disgrace”.

Beauty And The Beast set an Irish box office record over the weekend

The live-action remake has broken a number of records in the US and UK.

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No dives as weather disrupts search for Rescue 116

Captain Mark Duffy, winch operator Paul Ormsby and winchman Ciarán Smith remain missing.

Thursday 16 March, 2017

American retiree appeals to be allowed stay in Ireland

Gayle says that she has been given two weeks to leave the country because she does not fulfil income criteria.

A TD went undercover to tackle touts charging €600 for Ireland v England tickets

The first clip shows Rock meeting a man in Dublin city, who was selling two tickets in row Q in the north stand for €550.

Historic Cistercian College Roscrea saved from closure by €1.5 million in pledges

An action group has worked to see enrolments increase sufficiently to keep the school open.

'We thanked them for the family members which they lent to this nation' - Anxious wait for news of Rescue 116

Shane Ross spoke softly of the families being “devastated”.

Wednesday 15 March, 2017

'You hang on to a thread of hope but are fearful' - The search for Rescue 116

Three crew members are yet to be recovered.

Monday 13 March, 2017

'There is a place within us that is yours and yours always' - Clondalkin victims laid to rest

The five died in an apartment fire in Clondalkin last week.

'Jordan and Holly loved their Mammy': Funeral of Clondalkin fire victims takes place in Shankill

It is believed the fire was caused by a candle near a television.

Dublin woman missing since leaving work is located

She had been reported missing over the weekend.

Man (70s) in serious condition as investigation into helicopter crash continues

The helicopter crash landed at 5.15pm yesterday evening.

Saturday 11 March, 2017

TheJournal.ie Pub Quiz 2017: Round 3

Let’s move on to politics.

Gene that causes sudden death in young people identified

This may lead to a reduction of cases of sudden death in patients with the mutation.

Friday 10 March, 2017

The 5 at 5: Friday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

The Anti-Austerity Alliance is changing its name

A spokesperson told TheJournal.ie that the move was brought about to expand the focus of the party.

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