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Dublin: 0 °C Saturday 25 March, 2017

Yesterday’s News

Petrol bomb thrown through front window of house in 'extremely reckless attack'

One man is believed to have been injured in the attack.

Juncker calls Brexit 'a tragedy' as he says UK's final bill will be around €58 billion

The EU Commission President said that Article 50 negotiations with the UK will be “frank and fair”.

Deficiencies in ambulance service putting patients in Dublin at risk, says Hiqa

Hiqa said that a detailed plan for ambulance services across Dublin didn’t exist.

Major disruption to Irish Rail services as some workers refuse to pass Bus Éireann picket

There are significant effects for services in Cork, in particular.

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'An access programme shouldn't put up barriers': DIT u-turn on garda vetting for mature students

DIT’s garda vetting requirement for the mature student access programme was described as discriminatory.

A new cultural festival will reach every county in Ireland this Easter Monday

Organised by RTÉ and Creative Ireland, the Taoiseach gave a speech at the launch of Cruinniú na Cásca.

The 9 at 9: Friday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

Poll: Do you support the strike by Bus Éireann workers? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you support the strike by Bus Éireann workers?

An all-out strike began at midnight.

Good news: Temperatures could reach the high teens this weekend

Met Éireann predicts dry and settled weather for an extended period.

Thursday 23 March, 2017

'She's not breathing': Boy (4) uses Siri to call emergency services to save mother London This post contains videos

'She's not breathing': Boy (4) uses Siri to call emergency services to save mother

Once through to emergency services, the boy was able to say what his address was.

FG TD feels 'vindicated' after ruling says he didn't defame Sinn Féin TDs in Dáil Alan Farrell This post contains videos

FG TD feels 'vindicated' after ruling says he didn't defame Sinn Féin TDs in Dáil

The Committee on Procedure ruled that Alan Farrell didn’t breach Dáil privilege.

Poll: Would you pay more for your TV licence? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you pay more for your TV licence?

RTÉ director general Dee Forbes suggested the licence fee should be double its current rate yesterday.

Channel 4 News apologises after naming wrong man as suspect in Westminster attack

A senior home affairs correspondent had quoted a senior source as naming the suspect.

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The 9 at 9: Thursday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

Wednesday 22 March, 2017

Irish MEP: 'Time for Ireland to take legal challenge against Egypt'

Ibrahim Halawa’s trial has now been postponed for the 20th time.

Ukraine bans Russia's Eurovision singer from entering the country

The singer is said to have performed in Russia-annexed Crimea, prompting Ukrainian fury.

PSNI officers 'incredibly lucky' to have survived explosion in Strabane last night

Local residents have been asked to leave their homes to facilitate a PSNI inquiry.

16,000 people woke up with no power this morning

Just over 6,000 were still without power as of midday today.

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TV licence fee should be doubled says RTÉ head as job cuts loom at broadcaster

Dee Forbes announced the job cuts would come as the company merged different divisions together.

A spy novel set in Dublin during the 1940s Emergency chosen as this year's One City One Book

Echoland, by Joe Joyce, follows novels such as Dubliners, Dracula and Strumpet City to be chosen for the festival.

Poll: Do you pre-drink before you go for a night out? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you pre-drink before you go for a night out?

A new study claims 85% of Irish people pre-drink before they go out to the pub or club.

Some British newspapers had a different perspective on the death of Martin McGuinness

The Daily Mail in the UK ran with a picture depicting IRA bombings.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

Snow and ice grip the country as weather warning in place on frosty morning

A status yellow warning is in place until 10am this morning.

Monday 20 March, 2017

Your 6 big questions about medicinal cannabis in Ireland... answered

Vera Twomey can’t access medicinal cannabis for her daughter, but legislation is on the way.

Sunday 19 March, 2017

From tomorrow, you won't be able to turn onto Eden Quay from O'Connell Bridge

The permanent change will kick in from tomorrow.

Council plans massive €19m visitors centre and tree top walkway at Hellfire Club Oh Hell No This post contains a poll

Council plans massive €19m visitors centre and tree top walkway at Hellfire Club

Critics say the plans will damage the natural environment of the mountainous region.

The long, slow death of the Irish post office

Postmasters held a protest at the GPO this week to try and reverse this trend.

Saturday 18 March, 2017

Flahavans fends off Dairy Milk and Tayto to claim top spot in vote for Ireland's favourite food brand

Love Irish Food favourites survey asked 2,150 people about their most-beloved foods.

Want to Hailo a taxi? You'll need to change your app soon

Hailo has become mytaxi, as it becomes part of a 100,000-strong European fleet of taxis.

Thursday 16 March, 2017

Dublin Zoo celebrates a very adorable new arrival

Just look at her.

Indian police say Danielle McLaughlin was raped as they charge 23-year-old with her murder Goa

Indian police say Danielle McLaughlin was raped as they charge 23-year-old with her murder

CCTV footage has emerged showing some of McLaughlin’s last moments.

Eamonn Casey 'did much good' but revelations about son were 'profoundly upsetting for Church'

President Michael D Higgins was among the mourners at the funeral today.

Almost a third of people who died on the roads in 2014 had alcohol in their system

The median level of blood alcohol concentration was four times the legal limit.

Wednesday 15 March, 2017

21 reports of abuse in a month prompts inspection of Dublin disabilities centre

Hiqa inspected Ashington Centre, Dublin 7 after reports of physical and verbal abuse of residents.

Tuesday 14 March, 2017

Postmasters' protest storms the GPO

Bríd Smith TD said that the government has been “passing the parcel” on the issue of post offices.

Saturday 11 March, 2017

Everything you need to know about Paddy's Day celebrations around the country

There’s a lot on in Dublin, but there’s a lot more going around the country this St Patrick’s Day.

Friday 10 March, 2017

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Gardaí appeal for info on jogger killed in hit-and-run, and a Credit Union fined €125k were some of the main stories today.

Cyclist seriously injured after collision with bus in Blessington this evening

As of 10pm this evening, the male cyclist was still at the scene.

'I wasn't shocked, I knew they were there': Catherine Corless receives standing ovation on Late Late

Corless and some former residents of the home spoke to Ryan Tubridy this evening.

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