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Yesterday’s News

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Yesterday’s News

A significant number of people don't know how they're going to vote in the blasphemy referendum

54% said they will vote to remove the offence of blasphemy from the Constitution.

Explainer: What is the upcoming blasphemy referendum about?

Nearly one in three voters are unsure how they’ll vote in the referendum on 26 October.

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Saturday 22 September, 2018

More homeless families living in hotels, despite Government claim that hubs are 'best response' to crisis

More families are continuing to live in hotels a year after the government pledged to end the practice.

Friday 21 September, 2018

One arrested after shotgun rounds and €489,000 worth of drugs seized during raid on Dublin home

The seizure was made following the search of a property in west Dublin.

Blocked sewer suspected to have caused 'major' fish kill along 5km stretch of river in north Dublin

A local councillor has called on Irish Water to explain how it will protect the river.

'Confusion and conflicts of interest' found among agencies who oversee Irish search and rescue operations

The review was commissioned following the fatal crash of Rescue 116 last year.

Gardaí investigating early-morning collision between taxi and cyclist in Dublin

The incident happened at around 6am on Thursday morning.

Wednesday 19 September, 2018

As it happened: Two killed and second day of National Ploughing Championships cancelled following Storm Ali

We charted everything as it happened during the first storm of the 18/19 season.

Extra day of National Ploughing Championships to take place following cancellation of today's events

It follows a decision this morning to call off today’s events due to damage at the site.

Tuesday 18 September, 2018

Batch of 'barn farmed liquid egg white' recalled following discovery of salmonella

Affected customers are being urged to return the product to the shop where they bought it.

Parents urged to ask medical professionals about HPV vaccine instead of relying on 'misinformation'

The HSE launched a vaccine information campaign today, confirming two in three women are now being inoculated against the HPV virus.

'That has to be settled': Michael D Higgins refuses to say whether he'll partake in presidential debates

The incumbent president announced earlier this summer that he would seek a second term in office.

Monday 17 September, 2018

Investigation into councillor who asked for 'loads of money' won't hear from undercover RTÉ reporter

An SIPO hearing into Hugh McElvaney’s alleged breach of the ethics of public office heard the reporter was “no doubt attractive”.

Sunday 16 September, 2018

From Colombian cartels to grow-houses in Galway: where do Ireland's illegal drugs come from?

We look at the connection between international crime gangs and Irish customers.

Friday 14 September, 2018

Glanbia recalls batches of Avonmore soup over concerns they have been contaminated with plastic

Twelve batches of soup with two different ‘best before’ dates are affected.

Thursday 13 September, 2018

Belfast City Council intervenes after hundreds queue outside City Hall for free doughnut giveaway

US chain Krispy Kreme had 7,000 boxes of doughnuts to give away, before they were stopped by council officials.

Warning for 'potentially very disturbed weather' as Hurricane Helene crosses Atlantic

The storm is currently making its way towards the southeast of the US coast.

'An insult to the office of President': Dublin councillors not at all happy with standard of today's presentations

The council voted not to back any of the hopefuls who addressed them today.

The rise of opiates: How Ireland's 'broken' health service is behind a surge in prescription painkillers

The use of powerful painkillers has gradually risen in recent years.

Wednesday 12 September, 2018

Two men released from Garda custody following gun and ammunition seizure at Dublin property

The men, both in their 50s, were arrested as part of an ongoing investigation yesterday.

Housing activists block traffic in Dublin during sit-down protest against Frederick Street eviction

Hundreds gathered to protest the eviction of a group from a vacant property in North Fredrick Street.

'Your daddy is a horrible person': Protesters criticised for shouting at Jacob Rees-Mogg's children

A video uploaded to Facebook yesterday showed protesters outside the pro-Brexit MP’s home.

Over 18 kilograms of chewing tobacco seized during raid of Limerick apartment

The search was made after a quantity of cigarettes was discovered in a parcel originating in the UK labelled as “toys”.

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The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Tuesday 11 September, 2018

Food Safety Authority recalls batches of purified baby water amid safety concerns

The recall was issued after “insufficient controls” were discovered at the site where the water is produced.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Donald Trump’s visit to Ireland cancelled, CervicalCheck report leaked, and six people arrested at a housing protest – it’s your evening fix

Protesters chant 'let them go' as activists arrested after eviction at occupied Dublin property

Activists had been defying a court order to remain in the building for a number of weeks.

Three jailed for combined total of over 30 years after carrying out knife and acid robberies in the UK

The group used acids, alkalis and knives to rob and maim their victims, some of whom will never recover.

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Sangria smuggled in boxes labelled 'orange juice' seized alongside 15kg of tobacco

The goods worth roughly €18,000 were seized in Rosslare over the past two days.

Companies linked to Denis Desmond and Mario Rosenstock fined over incorrect tax declarations

A medical consultant, a fisherman and a locksmith also featured on the quarterly list of tax defaulters.

More 30km/h zones planned for Dublin after public 'strongly' backs €235,000 proposals

Councillors could vote on expanding 30km/h zones across the city after the public overwhelmingly.

Monday 10 September, 2018

'That's me sorted for the Listowel Races': St Vincent de Paul apologises over student's social media boast

The charity was forced to cancel a cheque issued to a student who claimed it was needed to pay his college fees.

Sunday 9 September, 2018

15 months into the job, how has Eoghan Murphy performed as Minister for Housing?

Earlier this week, Sinn Féin said it will move to have Murphy removed from office when the Dáil resumes this month.

Friday 7 September, 2018

Error in selection process leads Defence Forces to withdraw employment offer from four new recruits

It comes at a time when it’s claimed the Defence Forces is experiencing a recruitment crisis.

Grenfell Tower fraud who claimed £86,000 worth of funds set aside for fire victims jailed for six years

Yonatan Eyob claimed £500 after complaining his hotel food caused him to put on weight and outgrow his clothes.

343 homes repossessed over mortgage arrears during second quarter of 2018

Tens of thousands of people are still feeling the effects of the mortgage crisis ten years later.

The 5 at 5: Friday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Supreme Court decides not to hear challenge to 8th referendum vote, paving way for abortion legislation

The challenge was taken by a woman who complained about irregularities in voter numbers during the vote.

Wednesday 5 September, 2018

PSNI appeal for John Clifford to hand himself in as they continue hunt for child killer

The 56-year-old remains at large after he did not return to prison on Sunday.

Met Eireann confirm summer 2018 as one of hottest and driest in decades

According to the forecaster, the unusually warm summer was down to a shift in the north Atlantic jet stream.

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