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Dublin: 9 °C Sunday 17 February, 2019

Yesterday’s News

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Yesterday’s News

'The future of humanity hangs in the balance': Why the world could not handle a nuclear attack Global Ban This post contains videos

'The future of humanity hangs in the balance': Why the world could not handle a nuclear attack

An expert explains how we could be “headed for a nuclear arms race”.

Friday 15 February, 2019

Former trainee priest suing Irish Independent

The man previously launched legal action against other newspapers including the Irish Times.

Thursday 14 February, 2019

How young women can recognise dating abuse and get help if they need it

Most women who experience severe abuse in intimate relationships first do so when they are under 25.

The better a student does in Leaving Cert Maths and English, the more likely they are to finish college

Three-quarters of students complete their courses, with women more likely than men to finish.

Wednesday 13 February, 2019

Dublin enters top 10 most liveable cities for Europeans

The capital scores well in terms of infrastructure and personal safety.

Monday 11 February, 2019

Seven in 10 SMEs think Brexit will have negative impact and many are cancelling investment plans

Despite this, just 8% of businesses have engaged in formal planning to deal with the outcome of Brexit.

Sunday 10 February, 2019

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

A protest at Simon Harris’ house, rental prices and Tony Blair had everyone talking today.

Nurses 'strongly condemn' protest outside Simon Harris' home

The anti-government protesters left the scene peacefully after gardaí arrived.

Man in critical condition after assault in Kerry

Gardaí have appealed for witnesses to come forward.

Harris to apologise over children's hospital overrun as Sinn Féin denies wanting to trigger election

Fianna Fáil has said it won’t support a potential no-confidence motion in the health minister.

New fabric automatically cools or insulates based on its environment

Before people realise they’re getting hot, the garment could already be cooling them down.

Tony Blair says no-deal Brexit could be 'devastating' for peace process Very Hard Border This post contains videos

Tony Blair says no-deal Brexit could be 'devastating' for peace process

He accused some politicians of “playing fast and loose” with the peace process in Northern Ireland.

The average monthly rent in Ireland is over €1,300 - €300 higher than the 2008 peak

Rents rose nationwide by an average of 9.8% in the 12 months to December 2018.

Saturday 9 February, 2019

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

A massive rally supporting nurses and midwives, violent clashes in France and the Six Nations had everyone talking today.

Prince Philip voluntarily gives up driving licence

The Duke of Edinburgh (97) was involved in a car crash in January.

Yellow Vest protester's hand 'blown off' during violent clashes in Paris

Witnesses said the injured man was photographing the protest.

Gardaí renew appeal to find man missing since Tuesday

Tony Galvin is missing from his home in Ballyfermot.

'This campaign has to succeed, it is our time': Tens of thousands march in support of nurses and midwives Strike This post contains videos

'This campaign has to succeed, it is our time': Tens of thousands march in support of nurses and midwives

About 37,000 INMO members are engaging in strike action over pay and staffing levels.

Thursday 7 February, 2019

'Omnishambles': Call for Harris to be fired over children's hospital overrun but he says he 'behaved appropriately'

Documents show Harris was informed in August that the budget for the hospital could overrun by €391 million.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

The nurses’ strike, the latest Brexit twists and the cost of the National Children’s Hospital had everyone talking today.

14th person arrested over 'horrific' Ian Ogle murder

The man was arrested at Heathrow Airport and brought to Northern Ireland.

Appeal to find man who has been missing since Tuesday

Tony Galvin is missing from his home in Ballyfermot, Dublin 10.

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The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Wednesday 6 February, 2019

'We're absolutely wrecked, we're afraid we'll make a mistake': Psychiatric nurses will have to work through night again

Nurses have been working for 27 hours straight and counting.

Heavy rain and wind expected in the coming days

A Status Yellow wind advisory has been issued for Friday.

Ambulance staff announce three more days of strike action

The dispute centres on a row over trade union membership.

Appeal to find girl who has been missing since Friday

Sophie Mercer is missing from Ballymun in Dublin.

Tuesday 5 February, 2019

Missing 16-year-old girl found safe and well

Jessica Reid had been missing from Tallaght.

People reminded to lock their cars after 35 robberies in Cork at weekend

Many of the vehicles targeted were unlocked.

Irish government welcomes May's border comments but says she has 'unrealistic expectations' about backstop

Theresa May has said she remains committed to preventing a hard border on the island of Ireland post-Brexit.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

The nurses’ strike, Theresa May’s Belfast speech and Liam Neeson had everyone talking today.

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Men armed with iron bar and knife steal cash from post office

Two men have been arrested by gardaí in connection with the incident.

Addresses in 11 counties searched as part of investigation into child sexual abuse images

Twenty-three searches have been carried out by gardaí in recent days.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Monday 4 February, 2019

Standing up to extremists and freeing hostages: Varadkar praises Defence Forces as new cadets are sworn in Largest Ever Class This post contains videos

Standing up to extremists and freeing hostages: Varadkar praises Defence Forces as new cadets are sworn in

Seventeen of the new members are women – the largest number ever commissioned from one class.

INMO calls ministers' invite to talk about issues other than pay 'massively disrespectful' and 'cynical'

INMO and PNA members will take part in further industrial action this week.

Several train services delayed after major signal fault

All Dart and Commuter services were stopped for a period this evening.

Man missing from Galway found safe and well

Roland Mitchell had been missing since 7pm on Saturday.

Sunday 3 February, 2019

'You wouldn't tell a child they couldn't have chemo, but our son is being denied the medication he needs'

Parents of children with a rare genetic condition are fighting for access to a potentially life-changing drug.

Saturday 2 February, 2019

Campaigner calls on Catholic Church to remove 'vagueness and ambiguity' from response to child abuse

A Protection of Minors meeting is due to take place in the Vatican later this month.

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