Thursday 25 August, 2016
Patrick Hardison (42) was disfigured when the roof of a burning home collapsed on top of him in 2001.
Ireland’s athletes depart for Rio this afternoon.
The argument was over water bottles apparently.
The robot is the first of its kind and could lead to future soft robots that could perform tasks traditional robots can’t access.
That’s almost 13,000 journeys a day, across five locations.
The figures are in the latest Medical Council annual report.
Police believe the men were all in their late teens and early 20s and had gone to the beach together.
It’s in response to RTÉ receiving a number of complaints about Brianna Parkins’ remarks.
A man and woman in their 20s have been arrested.
The man told the boy he would stab him unless he showed him where valuables in the house were kept.
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin said “radical change” is needed within the Catholic Church.
The back to school countdown is on.
Sinn Féin’s Pearse Doherty this morning described the alternative options to USC revealed via Freedom of Information as “shocking”.
The driver was playing the game when he hit and killed one woman and injured another.
It’s been a long road back for the blindside flanker, who is positive about the new regime.
21-year-old Mia Ayliffe-Chung died from multiple stab wounds following the attack yesterday morning.
Over the past 50 years civil war in Colombia has killed 260,000 people.
The joint appearance comes just days after Trump confused the world with an odd Brexit-themed tweet.
The war in Syria, for instance, has erased 6 years from average life expectancy.
There has been little or no mention of the effect microbeads have in Ireland – this call from British MPs might change that.
The world-famous artist Peter Doig said he did not create the desert landscape painting.
Wednesday 24 August, 2016
Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan urged anyone with concerns of Irish casualties to contact his department.
Austin Speight was last seen driving his white Chrysler Voyager.
Research from the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) suggests that people who commute for long periods of time are potentially “shortening their lives”.
McIlroy rejected the chance to represent Ireland in Rio over health concerns related to the Zika virus.
It’s the unbelievable story of how two young Americans became international arms dealers.
He was charged this evening and will appear at the Criminal Courts of Justice tomorrow morning.
Police say Reeser told them he shot her because he didn’t want to go to an unspecified school meeting.
The Moran inquiry into Olympic ticketing, Keane hangs up his boots, and Italy mourns its dead – it’s your Evening Fix.
The boy got into difficulty last week.
OCI has appointed a security firm to secure, copy and seal all its data for the Government's inquiry
Today the Government announced that the inquiry, chaired by Justice Carroll Moran, will examine ticket sales for the London (2012) and Sochi (2014) Games, as well as Rio 2016.
Sinn Féin TD Seán Crowe recently made some alarming claims on this issue. FactCheck puts them under scrutiny.
Here’s what Wednesday had to offer, sports fans.
Leslie Jones was the target of abuse on Twitter last month.
Named Proxima b, the planet is in a temperate zone compatible with the presence of liquid water – a key ingredient for life.
The driver was unaccompanied, not displaying L-plates, and had no tax or insurance.
Lisinda Bruynius has paid tribute to her daughter and husband, who died last Friday.
Heavy damage was reported in Bagan, Myanmar’s most famous archaeological site and a major tourist destination some 30km north of the quake’s epicentre.
Many other trapped students were tweeting desperate messages for help.
“My brother rang me and said ‘Jar would you come over and test to see if you’re a match?’”