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Dublin: 18 °C Wednesday 24 May, 2017

Irish - Today’s News

'This is YOUR police service': Public asked for their input in garda review

“I ask for your thoughts, your frustrations, your experiences, and your ideas,” chair Kathleen O’Toole said.

Garda tells Jobstown trial she feared for Joan Burton's safety

Garda Fionnuala Whelan said she had not manhandled the TD.

'I enjoy the peace and the space to be myself when I come to LauraLynn'

Thirteen-year-old Lauren Shaw describes her life and the support she receives from LauraLynn.

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Dragon's Den star to moderate Leo and Simon in Fine Gael hustings

Duffy said he will act as “an independent, objective moderator”.

Carrigstown on the move as RTÉ lodges plan for new Fair City site

The report states that the proposal “will not visually impact upon the existing properties in a significant way”.

'It's a massive honour - I'm the third generation of firefighter in my family'

The latest recruits to the Dublin and Waterford Fire Brigades had their passing-out ceremony today.

Diageo gets the go-ahead to build €25 million whiskey distillery in Dublin city

The distillery will be used for its new premium blended Irish whiskey, Roe & Co.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Man in late 50s killed in Limerick stabbing this afternoon

A man in his 50s has been arrested.

Vandals tried to cut down the iconic Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge

It will be closed for the foreseeable future.

Mother's death after collision between car and Luas 'a warning to all motorists' after case settled for €550,000

Yao Webster was struck by a car that had collided with a Luas on the morning of 7 April 2014.

Toddler (2) pleaded with parents 'no crèche, no crèche'

The parents reached a settlement in court today.

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”.

'You're now free to go': A triumphant Seán Fitzpatrick thanked the judge as he left court today

Asked if he would be celebrating tonight FitzPatrick told the press pack: “That was last night”.

Portmarnock restaurant closed and investigation launched into salmonella outbreak

An outbreak control team has been formed and the investigation is ongoing.

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

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

Poll: Do you get enough deep sleep every night? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you get enough deep sleep every night?

Give it to us straight. Honest answers only.

Teenage boy released on bail as police investigate girl's death in Armagh

The girl died in hospital on Saturday evening.

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.

Taoiseach on FitzPatrick case collapse: 'The taxpayer must pick up the tab'

It’s time for Leaders’ Questions at Leinster House.

From The42 Rory Best and Irish players reject proposals for Six Nations to be shortened No To Change

Rory Best and Irish players reject proposals for Six Nations to be shortened

The RFU is pushing for the championship to be reduced to five weeks.

From The42 Uefa confirm there will be a minute's silence before tonight's Europa League final Silence

Uefa confirm there will be a minute's silence before tonight's Europa League final

United’s players will also wear black armbands.

Man (62) dies after tractor crashes into ditch in Waterford

No one else was injured in the incident.

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.

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.

Today is going to be hot with temperatures climbing as high as 24°C

It will be cloudy this morning but there will be good sunshine in the afternoon and evening.

China is clamping down on bike rentals due to on-street 'chaos'

More than three million rental bikes have been placed on Chinese streets.

Some simple steps can make the most dangerous job in Ireland a little safer

Sometimes it’s even a matter of just getting someone to help.

Column: 'Women in full time employment work for free for one month every year'

In Ireland, women currently earn around 13.9 per cent less than men, writes Ivana Bacik.

When it's all over, can Simon and Leo still be friends?

There was no awkwardness around the Cabinet table yesterday, apparently.

Calls for heads to roll in State watchdog after acquittal of Seán FitzPatrick

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement led the investigation.

Compassion, defiance, gratitude, grief - but no place for hatred in our Manchester

TheJournal.ie joined thousands of Mancunians as they stood united in the face of terrorism last night.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

Plan to use former Bargaintown warehouse for homeless families slammed

“It’s not a solution long or short-term.”

460,000 people in Ireland could be exposed to cancer-causing radon

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas, which does not have a taste, odour or colour.

Massive search off Howth coast after reports of person in trouble

Over 40 people were involved in the search effort.

From The42 The iconic Irish international and the unmitigated disaster of signing for Johan Cruyff's Ajax Double Dutch

The iconic Irish international and the unmitigated disaster of signing for Johan Cruyff's Ajax

Frank Stapleton swapped Manchester for Amsterdam in 1987, played alongside Frank Rijkaard and kept Dennis Bergkamp out of the team.

Minister insists no child will lose mental health place after 'indefensible' closure of beds

Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin urged the government to intervene.

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