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Dublin: 17 °C Monday 29 May, 2017

Today’s News

'Put a cost on his life': The limited options facing Irish cancer patients when time is running out

There are drugs that could help him, but cancer patient Brian Slattery needs to fund the €140,000 treatment himself.

Yesterday’s News

Man mistaken for sex offender confronted on street after photo shared on news site's Facebook page

The publication has released an apology after an image of the wrong man was shared by a commenter on its Facebook page.

Coveney's aim for no homeless families in hotels by July? Not a chance says McVerry

The campaigner said that it is clear that Coveney’s proposals on homelessness crisis “are just not working”.

The rain was so bad yesterday it flooded parts of Dublin's north inner city Sheriff Street This post contains videos

The rain was so bad yesterday it flooded parts of Dublin's north inner city

A spokesperson for Dublin City Council confirmed there was localised flooding in the Sheriff Street area.

We're set for another warm week but don't leave the house without a brolly

Temperatures are set to stay in the high teens all week.

Poll: Would you give up working if you won €4.5 million on the Lotto? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you give up working if you won €4.5 million on the Lotto?

The winning ticket for last night’s jackpot was sold in Dun Laoghaire.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

CCTV of Manchester bomber, a lotto winner in Dublin and airline chaos are just some of the main stories this morning.

'A local man. A hero. A friend.' Locals plan lasting memorial for missing Coast Guard crewman

A memorial plaque will be unveiled for Rescue 116′s Paul Ormsby in his home town of Ballyfermot.

'Anything to keep the Tories out': How the Irish living in Britain are voting in the general election Decision Time This post contains a poll

'Anything to keep the Tories out': How the Irish living in Britain are voting in the general election

TheJournal.ie spoke to Irish citizens living in Britain to get their views ahead of next month’s election.

Did you do the lotto in Dublin? You may be waking up €4.5 million richer this morning

The winning ticket was sold in a post office in Dun Laoghaire.

Police release CCTV of Manchester bomber on his way to arena

Police have carried out more searches today, and arrested a man in his 20s near the Old Trafford area.

Saturday 27 May, 2017

New poll says Irish public want abortion laws to change... but only in certain cases

According to the Irish Times/Ipsos Mori poll, most people don’t favour unrestricted access to abortion, however.

Theresa May lowers terror threat level in UK but armed soldiers to remain on streets

A total of 11 people remain in custody as part of investigations into the Manchester attack.

'171km in 120 zone': Gardaí catch 226 drivers above the speed limit on national slow down day

The vast majority of motorists checked respected the speed limit for national slow down day.

Body recovered in search for missing fisherman off Skerries

The man has been named locally as 28-year-old Jamie McAlister.

Poll: Should hotels that refuse homeless families face sanctions? No Room At The Inn This post contains a poll

Poll: Should hotels that refuse homeless families face sanctions?

Dublin Lord Mayor Brendan Carr said that some hotels are discriminating against homeless families.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Here’s everything you need to know to start your weekend.

'He went to get a knife from the kitchen': Norah Casey speaks out on the Late Late Domestic Violence This post contains videos

'He went to get a knife from the kitchen': Norah Casey speaks out on the Late Late

The former Dragon’s Den star told Ryan Tubridy about her abusive first husband on the Late Late last night.

'I was afraid of my father. I thought it was normal to be afraid of adults'

A new report from NUI Galway highlights the experiences of children in foster care in Ireland.

Friday 26 May, 2017

11-year-old girl struck by car in south Dublin suburb last night

She is receiving treatment at Crumlin Children’s Hospital today.

Russia warns citizens against visiting Britain in wake of terror attack

A total of 10 people have now been arrested in connection with the attack.

Irish cancer research gets a boost with its first ever brain tumour biobank

It is one of only a handful of its kind in Europe.

The East Link Bridge in Dublin was stuck upright for nearly an hour this morning

The bridge malfunctioned and went into fail safe mode, causing it to descend very, very slowly.

'Men subjected to these gay purges have endured a gruesome ordeal in Chechnya'

The Kremlin is said to be taking its investigation into the anti-gay “purge” seriously.

Labour catching up in polls as UK politicians resume campaigning after Manchester attack

Jeremy Corbyn is expected to say that the war on terror has failed in a speech later day.

Thursday 25 May, 2017

Newborn girls fare better than boys because of 'genetic advantage'

Irish researchers found that newborn boys have higher rates of infection and sepsis compared to baby girls of the same age.

The average first time buyer in Ireland is 34 years old and needs at least a €50,000 deposit

According to the Central Bank, the average first time buyer received a mortgage of €185,939 last year.

Man and woman arrested as gardaí seize €360k worth of cannabis in Balbriggan

A search was conducted by gardaí tackling organised crime.

'He would light up the darkest room': More victims of the Manchester attack have been named RIP
Poll: Do you watch Fair City? Is She Out Yet? This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you watch Fair City?

Its long-running Katy storyline is finally nearing its end.

The 9 at 9: Thursday

More arrests in Manchester, leaks straining US-UK ties and Simon Coveney’s plan to win are just some of the main stories this morning.

Wednesday 24 May, 2017

Leo Varadkar says Sinn Féin is "the greatest threat to our democracy"

The Fine Gael leadership hopeful added that he wants to “take them on”.

'Mismanaged and not viable': LGBT charity to face investigation into financial 'irregularities'

The charity announced last week that it was to cease operations.

The price of fuel is going down but motorists are still paying far more than they did last year

The AA says it is concerned that, for every litre of petrol purchased, 63.67% goes to the government.

Poll: Are you less likely to go to a concert/sporting event following the Manchester attack? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you less likely to go to a concert/sporting event following the Manchester attack?

Up to 5,000 soldiers will be deployed on British streets following the attack.

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The 9 at 9: Wednesday

The latest from Manchester, a sit down with Simon Coveney and Anglo trial recriminations are some of today’s main stories.

Theresa May orders 5,000 soldiers to the streets of Britain in the wake of the Manchester attack

The Prime Minister said that she does not want the public to feel “unduly alarmed”.

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