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Dublin: 12 °C Thursday 24 May, 2018

Yesterday’s News

The government wants to know what you think the most significant risks facing Ireland are

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said that the more people who get involved the better.

Irish Rail confirms no trains between Dalkey and Greystones this weekend

Extensive fire damage was done to signalling equipment last week.

Police officer saves seven people - including mother and baby - from burning building

PC Neil Dobson tied up his loyal police dog, Monty, outside before rushing into the building.

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Tuesday 22 May, 2018

'How could they have come up with that?... You very seriously disparaged Maurice McCabe to their faces'

Former garda commissioner Martin Callinan was under scrutiny under cross examination today at the Disclosures Tribunal.

Monday 21 May, 2018

Michael O'Leary says baggage rule change is causing a 'handling issue' and may be reviewed

Ryanair made a profit of €1.45 billion in the year to March.

Arlene Foster talks about her dad being shot by the IRA and 'no logic' in a hard border

Responding to her speech in London, Sinn Féin accused Foster of producing the “same old arrogance”.

Ana Kriegel murder: Gardaí want to speak to anyone who was in St Catherine's Park last Monday evening

The teenager was found dead in a disused farmhouse last Thursday.

Gardaí focus on disused golf course in search for missing woman Jastine Valdez

The Filipino national has been missing since Saturday.

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Callinan says that TD's claim he said McCabe sexually abused family members is a 'falsehood'

Martin Callinan was giving evidence for a second day at Dublin Castle this morning.

Public inquiry into Grenfell Tower fire to begin today with bereaved families having their say

The inquiry into the fire that killed 72 people gets under way in London today.

Halligan says he was barred from being confirmation sponsor because of Eighth Amendment stance

The Bishop of Waterford said in a statement that a confirmation sponsor must be a “practising Catholic”.

McCabe's name was 'blackened'... but what now that the smear campaign claims aren't backed up?

It’s not looking as bad as it did for Martin Callinan, but he still has questions to answer this week at Dublin Castle.

Friday 18 May, 2018

'He told me McCabe was a troubled individual and had a lot of psychological issues and psychiatric issues.'

The former garda commissioner was giving evidence to the Disclosures Tribunal for the first time today.

Thursday 17 May, 2018

Shatter tells Tribunal that dealing with McCabe's claims was like 'sinking in quicksand'

The former justice minister was giving evidence this afternoon at Dublin Castle.

Wednesday 16 May, 2018

'Maurice I have to be honest with you - there was a campaign against you and I was part of it'

Superintendent David Taylor, and his wife Michelle, were giving evidence at the Disclosures Tribunal today.

Tuesday 15 May, 2018

'They can write a story about it tomorrow, but they don't have to tell the Tribunal about it?'

Mr Justice Charleton was questioning journalistic privilege as David Taylor gave evidence for a second day at Dublin Castle.

Taylor believes he ran a 'successful' smear campaign... but who did he actually tell?

There were claims and counter claims at the centre of Superintendent David Taylor’s narrative at Dublin Castle yesterday.

Monday 14 May, 2018

'He was driven by revenge': Alleged narrative senior gardaí accused of using against Maurice McCabe

Superintendent David Taylor was giving evidence for the first time at Dublin Castle today.

Man who says he was ordered to smear Maurice McCabe will give evidence at the Tribunal today

Two of the main Tribunal protagonists will be appearing at Dublin Castle this week.

Sunday 13 May, 2018

'Tit-for-tat has never solved anything': Coveney responds to DUP MP calling him a 'Brit basher'

The Tánaiste told the BBC that Ireland wants to see the British government following through on its promises.

McGrath accuses Taoiseach of lobbying for ban on online referendum adverts

The No side said earlier this week that the government had a hand in lobbying for the Google decision to ban all adverts.

Officers injured in mass brawl involving 50 people on main street of Antrim town

Two men were arrested after the fracas.

Winning ticket for last night's €8.5 million lotto jackpot was sold in a garage in Galway

There was just one winner of last night’s draw.

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Gardaí investigating as video shows cars rampaging through Finglas housing estate

The video has been shared widely across social media and on messaging apps.

Poll: Are you an early riser at the weekend? Night Owl This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you an early riser at the weekend?

A recent study has highlighted how being a night owl may not be good for you.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Here are the headlines this Sunday morning.

Saturday 12 May, 2018

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Woman found dead on grounds of Dublin church, smuggled wine and CervicalCheck stories – it’s the evening fix.

Delays remain on Irish Rail services after vandals break in and destroy signalling equipment

Delays of up to 90 minutes were expected this evening.

'My mam is one of the 17 women who have died': Family told mother had smear test incorrectly read

Grace Rattigan has told the story of her mother Catherine Reck, who she says could have received treatment earlier.

€10,000 worth of smuggled wine seized at Dublin Port

The 660 litres of wine were in a van that had arrived from France via Holyhead.

Car stopped in Clare leads to €250k cannabis seizure

Car stopped in Clare leads to €250k cannabis seizure

A “large quantity” of the drug was found after a follow up search in Limerick.

Robbery at Belfast newsagents foiled after customers intervene

Police later tracked down the two men and gave chase, arresting one.

Woman found dead on grounds of Dublin church

A post-mortem is due to take place later today.

No ban on wet wipes just yet but flushing them is causing 'severe problems' to water network

The UK is looking at banning them but we’re waiting on a report from the EU commission before taking any action.

Friday 11 May, 2018

€1.5m and counting: Why the Disclosures Tribunal has cost us this much and why it will cost a lot more

The Tribunal is now costing roughly €100,000 a month.

Thursday 10 May, 2018

A 'difficult decision': Ulster Bank confirms it will sell 6,500 mortgages in arrears

Around 3,600 of the mortgages are private dwellings that have fallen in arrears.

'Who will be able to take my place when I'm gone?': Emma Mhic Mhathúna on telling her children she's dying

Emma Mhic Mhathúna is one of the women caught up in the CervicalCheck scandal, and has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Wednesday 9 May, 2018

'This is crazy stuff': Obstetrician says there's no plans for abortion clinic at Kilkenny hospital

Professor Ray O’Sullivan described the claim being made on social media as “absolute nonsense”.

Traffic on the M50 has been in absolute chaos this evening

A car on fire at Blanchardstown caused significant delays.

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