Advertisement
#Open journalism No news is bad news

Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you

Support The Journal
Dublin: 13°C Saturday 19 September 2020

Today’s News

Witness appeal launched following service station burglary in Mayo

An undisclosed amount of cash and other items were taken during the robbery.

From The42 'It's crazy that just five years ago, he won an U17s medal in Ballyhaunis!' Mayo Man

'It's crazy that just five years ago, he won an U17s medal in Ballyhaunis!'

Caelan Doris came through Ballina RFC and Blackrock College to establish himself as a major prospect for Irish rugby.

Two dead and 16 injured following shooting at house party in New York state

Police said it was too early to say if there were multiple shooters.

Showtime: Everything you need to know about the upcoming presidential debates Race For The White House This post contains videos

Showtime: Everything you need to know about the upcoming presidential debates

Trump and Biden will face off in three separate TV debates.

SPONSORED

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Here’s what’s making headlines this morning.

‘Significant spike’ in homeless deaths in Dublin

The figure to date in 2020 represents a rise from 34 across 2019 and 35 in 2018.

Patrick Freyne: 'For personal writing, people need to feel they're in safe hands - if you're too raw it can unsettle the reader'

Debut author Patrick Freyne talks to us about his new collection of essays.

From The42 'Leinster have yet to be fully tested - Saracens is a step up on what they've faced' Two Tribes

'Leinster have yet to be fully tested - Saracens is a step up on what they've faced'

Leinster and Ireland legend Nick Popplewell relives his glory days and predicts a classic between Europe’s leading club sides in today’s Champions Cup quarter-final.

Three men due in court in connection with romance and investment fraud investigation

The men will appear before the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning at 10.30am.

SPONSORED

Neale Richmond: Brexit was no one hit wonder - the Tory party fostered this toxic sentiment over many years

Neale Richmond says the UK has become a slave to insular thinking and it has led them to Brexit and the current mess it has caused.

'An American hero': Tributes paid to women’s rights champion Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The US justice died from complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer.

From The42 Galway and Tipp hurling coaches face off as Limerick club game feels outside influence County Final

Galway and Tipp hurling coaches face off as Limerick club game feels outside influence

Doon and Na Piarsaigh battle for the Limerick title tonight with new coaches at the helm.

Anti-social behaviour and bus curtailments: Efforts to tackle problem in Tallaght a 'great success', union says

The NBRU praised the strong collaboration at local level at helping to address the problem.

US Supreme Court judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies aged 87

She died of pancreatic cancer.

'This is getting serious again': New restrictions now in effect as Dublin moves to Level 3

Business expressed their frustration at the measures for Dublin last night as the Covid-19 figures painted a stark picture.

'The Infodemic': Ireland's weak far-right hopes to gain from online conspiracies and misinformation

Fringe groups are feeding off public frustration and misinformation.

Yesterday’s News

200 'irreplaceable' books worth €2.7m that were stolen in London have been found under a house in Romania

An international investigation has helped to track down the stolen books.

Extra gardaí drafted to Dublin and checkpoints across county as Level 3 restrictions begin

There will be a high level of garda visibility on foot, in cars and on bikes across Dublin.

Council says Dublin pubs, cafes and restaurants will be permitted to serve outside if they meet certain conditions

Such establishments can only cater for outdoor dining from tomorrow.

Man (50s) dies after getting into difficulty swimming in Youghal

Gardaí are treating the death as a tragic accident.

SPONSORED

From The42 'If this goes on indefinitely you have to question if pro rugby is sustainable' Crisis

'If this goes on indefinitely you have to question if pro rugby is sustainable'

IRFU chief warns ‘existence of professional rugby in Ireland’ is under threat in 2021 as sporting bodies seek government help.

Quiz: How much do you know about Dublin?

What do you know about Ireland’s capital?

Work under way to get more sports fans into stadiums, Oireachtas committee told

Government officials said they ‘recognise that it is a very pressing matter’, amid coronavirus restrictions.

Dubliners advised they can meet up with up to six people from another household in a public park

Dublin is to be moved to Level 3 of Covid-19 restrictions for the next three weeks.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Here’s what made the headlines today…

'All of the efforts are to reduce congregation': CMO outlines urgency of fresh Dublin restrictions

The number of Covid-19 cases where the source of the infection is unknown has escalated dramatically in the capital.

From The42 How does moving into Level 3 affect sport in Dublin? A Step Backwards

How does moving into Level 3 affect sport in Dublin?

New restrictions for Dublin will take effect from midnight tonight.

Dubliners advised not to travel outside the county for either domestic trips or overseas journeys

Similar to the travel advice throughout the pandemic – it is not a criminal offence to travel beyond the county border or travel abroad.

Covid-19 Level 3 (plus): Here are the changes that come into force for Dubliners at midnight

The capital is facing additional measures on top of the stated Level 3 restrictions.

Sofa Watch: Ryan catches up with Gloria Estefan and Domhnall Gleeson

All you need to know about your Irish and international chat show options.

Calls for Van Morrison to be stripped of city honour

The musician was given freedom of the city of Belfast in 2013.

Up to 50 people can attend weddings in Dublin this weekend, but down to 25 people from Monday

From Monday, a maximum of 25 people can attend weddings and funerals in Dublin.

Taoiseach confirms Dublin to enter Level 3, including ban on indoor dining for three weeks

The decision comes following a recommendation from NPHET.

Coronavirus: Three further deaths and 253 new cases - including 116 in Dublin

The figures were announced by health officials this evening.

Debunked: No, the Covid-19 swab test cannot enter the brain and cause damage

The Covid-19 swab is not powerful enough to break through bone, a professor said.

Taoiseach set to address the nation as Cabinet accepts Level 3 advice for Dublin

Cabinet has accepted NPHET advice without deviation, including recommendations on closing indoor dining.

The 5 at 5: Friday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

From The42 Know Your Sport? Take our weekly quiz Let's Get Quizzical

Know Your Sport? Take our weekly quiz

How much attention were you paying this week?

1 2 3 4 5