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Thursday 14 November, 2019

'Swing-gate' TD Maria Bailey removed from Fine Gael general election ticket

The DĂşn Laoghaire TD was deselected following a meeting of the party executive.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Here’s what made headlines today…

'Unworkable' and 'unduly rigid' High Court finding on citizenship application overturned

Last May’s High Court decision caused controversy and massive uncertainty.

Wednesday 13 November, 2019

GardaĂ­ investigating seven targeted attacks on sex workers

GardaĂ­ said the motive for the attacks appears to be monetary gain and that violence has been used.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Here’s what made headlines today…

'He's a guy who's a fabulist': Clinton slams Trump and warns of attempts to undermine democracy

Clinton has yet to be drawn on whether she will run for President again.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

'There's no such thing as the Grafton Quarter': Councillors hit out at this year's Christmas lights

Attempts to re-name or re-brand parts of Dublin City have come in for criticism in recent years.

Tuesday 12 November, 2019

Tánaiste: 'Irish military sent to Turkey in supportive role, not to extract Lisa Smith'

It was revealed yesterday that Smith is due to be repatriated to Ireland.

'Focused review’ into TD attendance announced following recent controversies

The review should be completed by January.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Protesters gather inside Roscommon house at centre of eviction row

A court ruled in October that KBC Bank was entitled to an injunction forcing the occupants to vacate the property.

Monday 11 November, 2019

'It's absolutely shocking': Young dog with severe injuries found chained to gate

The animal was found in a critical condition by ISPCA staff.

It costs over €17,000 per year to run a house - just under half the average wage

People who took out a 90% mortgage this year are likely to pay out €11,000 per year.

Saturday 9 November, 2019

How O'Devaney Gardens went from 100% public housing to a 'less than perfect' redevelopment

On Monday, councillors voted to push forward with the redevelopment of the site on Dublin’s northside.

Friday 8 November, 2019

Man (20s) arrested and charged with burglary and theft offences in Co Limerick

He is due to appear in court tomorrow morning.

16-year-old who had been missing from Westmeath found safe

David Marshall had been last seen on College Street, Mullingar on Tuesday.

Boil water notice for 600,000 people in greater Dublin area to remain in place until at least Tuesday

A notice affecting 600,000 people is currently in place for areas of Dublin, Meath and Kildare.

The 5 at 5: Friday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Thursday 7 November, 2019

Taoiseach open to putting more money into RTÉ but says station needs to 'modernise and reform'

The national broadcaster revealed details of a plan which will see 200 jobs cut next year.

Tubridy, Duffy, Finucane....here are the presenters in the firing line for substantial pay cuts at RTÉ

It was announced last night that RTÉ is to cut 200 jobs as part of a major restructuring plan.

Wednesday 6 November, 2019

'Should we admit this is a gesture?': Staff at Trinity College called for clarity ahead of call out for more women sculptures

The university has asked staff and students to nominate the first female scholar to be memorialised in a bust.

Tuesday 5 November, 2019

'Unprecedented' and 'innovative': Senior gardaĂ­ praise huge commitment given during Ana Kriegel investigation

Two boys were sentenced today for the murder of 14-year-old Ana Kriegel.

'This will be my last walk for Gay': Crowds gather to sign book of condolence for late broadcaster

The RTÉ broadcaster passed away yesterday aged 85.

Monday 4 November, 2019

Councillors green light O'Devaney Gardens redevelopment after developer offers up 'affordable-rentals'

Councillors voted this evening on a deal with developer Bartra Capital.

GardaĂ­ appeal for information after boy's body found at house in Limerick

A man in his 20s has been arrested and remains in gardaĂ­ custody.

Manufacturer blames 'third party' ingredient for large-scale houmous recall

Recall notices were issued for a number of houmous products in Ireland last week.

Young woman airlifted to hospital after kayaking incident in Co Kerry

The alarm was raised at approximately 2.30pm Saturday afternoon.

Saturday 2 November, 2019

Teenagers, drugs and fireworks: Irish Rail receives 145 text messages since launching Dart alert system

54 texts were received from passengers concerned about groups of “youths being disruptive”.

Friday 1 November, 2019

Appeal launched to help find 64-year-old man missing from Dublin since Wednesday

William Cahill was last seen on the North Circular Road in Dublin 7.

Man (20s) arrested in connection with Cork hit-and-run collision

A 23-year-old woman was left with serious life-changing injuries after being struck by a car last Saturday.

Yet more batches of houmous have been recalled as salmonella scare continues

This is the fifth recall of houmous products in recent days.

Commemoration of the Great Famine to take place in Arizona

Josepha Madigan said the event will recognise the ongoing role of the Irish diaspora and Irish-Americans in Arizona.

Insurers must give customers information on previous year premiums, Central Bank rules

The rules mean that insurers must also extend their renewal notification period from 15 to 20 working days.

Thursday 31 October, 2019

'Extremely problematic': Civil liberties body calls for a halt on plans to introduce body cams for gardaĂ­

Front-line gardaí are calling on An Garda Síochána to introduce body-cameras, which are increasingly used in jurisdictions worldwide.

'It's been really hard to get a fundraiser': How Dublin City Council and Kennedy Wilson struggled to get Parnell Quarter off the ground

The project was expected to cost over €100 million before running into difficulties.

Wednesday 30 October, 2019

'Communities are being devastated': Campaigners call for local drugs Task Forces to be 'at the heart' of national strategy

Citywide Drugs Crisis Campaign have said local Task Forces are not included in decision-making with the HSE.

'A Lightning Rod': Anti-immigrant rhetoric, Ireland's Direct Provision system and Carrickmacross

The Co Monaghan town was the first to accommodate asylum seekers in emergency accommodation last year.

Wednesday 23 October, 2019

Delays expected on the Luas Red Line tonight after car parks on tracks

Recovery services are currently en route.

INM announces closure of Citywest printing plant with over 80 job losses

The decision was taken after a continuing decline in circulation and advertising revenue in the sector.