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Dublin: 11 °C Monday 19 February, 2018

Yesterday’s News

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Saturday 17 February, 2018

Quiz: Did this happen in 2018?

This year has lasted at least three years.

'Students can't travel to Dublin or Galway for an STI test'

There is no clinic within an hour of the Midlands.

A change collection that became an Irish institution is back

Kumba from Sierra Leone is this year’s cover star.

The first Foroige youth club outside of Ireland has opened

The charity works with over 50,000 young people and 5,500 adult volunteers annually.

Friday 16 February, 2018

'They'd have announced a new hinge on a door': Not everyone is impressed with the €11 billion plan for health

“If a new hinge was to be put on a hospital door they’d nearly have announced it.”

You won't be able to buy a petrol or diesel car in Ireland after 2030

NCT certs will not be issued for non-zero emissions cars.

Project Ireland 2040: The key points you need to know

The €116 billion plan sets out a 23-year vision for the country.

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Wednesday 14 February, 2018

Minister says there are rents in Dublin 'at a fraction of headline figures'

“I know everybody always quotes the high areas, but there are rents available at a fraction of the cost quoted on the headline figures.”

Objection lodged against massive Cork housing plan

A local veterinary hospital is objecting to the current plan.

Tuesday 13 February, 2018

Trafalgar Square, Athletic Bilbao's stadium and the Space Needle are all going green for St Patrick's Day

They will be joined for the first time since 2014 by the Sydney Opera House.

Monday 12 February, 2018

Dart passengers are less satisfied than most commuters - but Luas users are delighted

Bus Eireann is in a close second for least satisfaction.

Dunnes is still Ireland's most popular supermarket - and we're buying more big name brands

We’re also buying more vegetarian and vegan foods.

Saturday 3 February, 2018

Quiz: Who is older?

Can you guess?

Parents giving their children alcohol doesn't lower the risks

Researchers say drinking during adolescence is particularly concerning

Thursday 1 February, 2018

Canadian senate backs a plan to make its national anthem gender neutral

The bill now awaits royal assent from the governor general to become law.

Teenager seriously injured after being hit by truck

The incident happened Ballyvodane between Firmount cross and Ballyvodane Cross, Donoughmore.

Coillte says it will work with farmers who haven't been paid

Some farmers told RTÉ that they had been left without payments from the farm-forest partnership scheme

Aiken Promotions will apply for Croke Park gig to take place on 17 May

It would join two Taylor Swift gigs on 15 and 16 June and Michael Bublé on 7 July.

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One of Ireland's largest property companies has bought this Dublin office building for €28.7 million

After transaction costs and refurbishment, the company will spend around €31.6 million.

Wednesday 31 January, 2018

Car, cash, cigarettes and alcohol seized as two questioned at illegal distillery in Cork

Revenue sniffer dog Harvey helped officers.

Is the Notre Dame 'Fighting Irish' mascot offensive? This US sports broadcaster thinks so

“Pernicious, negative stereotypes of marginalised people that offend even some among them should be changed.”

186 people have asked to surrender their dogs to Dogs Trust since Christmas

PJ was dropped outside the centre by his owner.

Tuesday 30 January, 2018

Plumbers, pipefitters and welders are all getting a pay increase

The increase follows a Labour Court recommendation.

Radiologist position 'has been empty for seven years'

Calls have been made for rural doctors to be paid a premium.

Armed gardaí arrest men in connection with Limerick burglaries

The men were arrested as part of Operation Thor.

Monday 29 January, 2018

Father of girl exploited by Matthew Horan doesn't believe paedophile can be rehabilitated

He says that he contacted social network Instagram to alert them to Horan’s actions, but has never received a response.

UK watchdog to investigate KPMG audits of collapsed building firm

Carillion went bust earlier this month.

Thousands of healthcare workers to go on strike on Valentine's Day

Section 39 organisations are voluntary organisations who have service legal agreements with the HSE.

Rain, wind, cold and some snow - this week's weather won't be nice

Some news for a Monday morning.

Sunday 28 January, 2018

A dockless public bike scheme is coming to Blanchardstown

A pilot scheme will be rolled out across Blanchardstown and Castleknock.

Saturday 27 January, 2018

Quiz: How much can you remember about January?

It’s been a long month.

Friday 26 January, 2018

Getting the train from Limerick this weekend? There will be bus transfers

Irish Rail is advising customers that bus transfers will be in operation.

Cyclist killed after being struck by car in Donegal

The driver of the car was uninjured.

Lidl gets the green light to open in Castleknock

The plan will include a medical centre, cafe, retail units and eight residential apartments.

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