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Dublin: 17 °C Friday 29 August, 2014

Irish - Today’s News

Car crashes in both Louth and Down in cross-border chase

The grey Volkswagen Golf was pursued the PSNI.

The 5 at 5: Friday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Woman turns up at Mayo school and threatens principal with a knife

She was arrested in Ballina this morning.

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From The Daily Edge In photos: Festivalgoers arrive at Electric Picnic in the rain and mud Mud Unlaoised
From Business ETC ‘Welcome boost’ of 46 new jobs for Tipperary and Limerick Jobswatch

‘Welcome boost’ of 46 new jobs for Tipperary and Limerick

The jobs come as part of expansion by electricity company Pinergy.

From Business ETC Pressure is mounting on Mario Draghi to turn on the cash taps Deflation Stations

Pressure is mounting on Mario Draghi to turn on the cash taps

Weak inflation data from the EU could force the Italian’s hand.

Irish Rail and workers to enter talks to avoid All-Ireland day train strikes

Discussions will be held at the LRC tomorrow.

From Business ETC Irish aversion to debt is “most disappointing” aspect of recovery Borrower Nor A Lender

Irish aversion to debt is “most disappointing” aspect of recovery

Loan repayments were €437 million higher than new lending last month.

Cut up your six pack rings warns IWDG after dolphin death in Cork

A piece of plastic debris wrapped around its beak preventing it from feeding.

From The Score No changes for Mayo as James Horan sticks with tried and tested Same Again

No changes for Mayo as James Horan sticks with tried and tested

Which means there’s no room for Andy Moran in the XV.

Does this belong to you? Appeal for owner of cherished photo

The Bray People newspaper are eager to track down the owner and return the photograph.

McAleese advert rejected over the former President’s views on female ordination

An ad for a speaking engagement has been rejected by Australian newspaper ‘The Catholic Weekly’ over the former President having ‘an agenda’.

From Business ETC The Briefcase: The biggest landlord in the land, wage rows and Limerick’s new oil barons Inbox Me
From Business ETC Facebook is giving its mobile search tool a much needed improvement Keywords

Facebook is giving its mobile search tool a much needed improvement

Facebook users on mobile will be able to search for old posts using keywords instead of having to find them manually.

Opinion: It’s a false economy to cut back funding to rape crisis centres

We need to gain a true picture of the prevalence most heinous crimes in our society in order to inform national policy.

Lunchtime Fix: 6 things you need to know

Catch up as you refuel.

Under pressure over the second home tax? Contact your local council today

One of the councils, Cork County Council said it is already being contacted by “significant” numbers of people over the payment.

From The Score ‘The problem with rugby players in Ireland is that they’re comparing every coach to Joe Schmidt’ Interview

‘The problem with rugby players in Ireland is that they’re comparing every coach to Joe Schmidt’

We caught up with London Irish’s new prop Tom Court to talk about the turmoil in Ulster and the end of his international career.

From The Daily Edge Housewife comments by UTV Ireland boss were “taken out of context” Utv Ireland

Housewife comments by UTV Ireland boss were “taken out of context”

Mary Curtis says the comments were made in jest.

From Business ETC Nama’s €211 million deal this morning has made this company Ireland’s largest landlord Done Deal

Aer Lingus cancels Cork-Brussels service

A spokesperson for Cork Airport said that it proved difficult to make the service a viable, sustainable route.

Poll: Do you use online dating services? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you use online dating services?

Do you take out your phone to find someone to date?

A high salt diet may worsen multiple sclerosis symptoms

A small study has found that further research is needed into whether dietary salt reduction could ease MS symptoms or slow the progression of the disease.

The 9 at 9: Friday

Here is everything you need to know as you start your Friday.

From The Score QUIZ: Can you name these GAA grounds? GAA

QUIZ: Can you name these GAA grounds?

Mayo and Kerry will face off in Limerick this weekend but can you name these grounds throughout the country?

Opinion: Friend or foe? What you need to know about jellyfish

Yes, some jellyfish can pose danger to us – but they have also inspired engineering, scientific and medical advances.

Noisy flights are about to get a lot less noisy

Irish researchers are leading the way on this one.

It’s all about love as the first day of the Lisdoonvarna matchmaking festival begins

The final weekend of the festival is dedicated to the LGBT market.

Australia’s plain cigarette packaging has not given a boost to the illicit tobacco trade

Research also found that plain tobacco packs don’t hurt small retailers or flood the market with very cheap cigarettes,

‘To discover you can’t have children because of an STI you got when younger is just heart-breaking’

Chlamydia is the number one disease affecting a woman’s chance to conceive and it’s on the increase.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday

Everyone’s talking about a woman killed by a Garda car, troops in the Golan Heights and Enda on ice.

Gardai are investigating suspected petrol bomb attack on a Clare courthouse

The attack took place in the early hours of this morning.

Elderly woman dies after being struck by garda car

The incident occurred on the Fonthill Road this morning.

Man hospitalised after suspected shooting in Bray

The man was found injured in People’s Park this afternoon.

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From Business ETC NUJ staff at Independent News and Media say there is an ‘oppressive management culture’ Media

NUJ staff at Independent News and Media say there is an ‘oppressive management culture’

The NUJ chapel at the media company has also expressed disappointment at Irish Independent editor Claire Grady’s sudden departure yesterday.

From The Score Mayo’s Lee Keegan has been cleared to play against Kerry this Saturday Overturned

Mayo’s Lee Keegan has been cleared to play against Kerry this Saturday

Keegan will be back for the semi-final replay in Limerick.

From The Daily Edge The 8 extremely emotional stages of Electric Picnic FOMO Not Going Out

The Irish author of Uncle Silas was honoured with a Google Doodle today

Sheridan Le Fanu was born in Dominick Street in Dublin 200 years ago today.

From The Score Two goals from Robbie Brady couldn’t keep Hull in the Europa League tonight Brady's Brace

Two goals from Robbie Brady couldn’t keep Hull in the Europa League tonight

Spurs advanced but Hull went out on away goals.

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