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Dublin: 4 °C Saturday 14 December, 2019

Tuesday 20 August, 2019

Man arrested and drugs worth €234k seized after gardaí give chase in Coolock

Cannabis and cash were later seized after searches in Darndale and Santry.

Nursing homes: Almost half of HSE-run homes are failing when it comes to Garda vetting

Health watchdog found that HSE-run care homes were breaching Garda-vetting rules.

Most Irish adults don't understand what HPV is, says new study

The study comes as boys are to be included in the national HPV immunisation programme.

Sunday 18 August, 2019

How a Shannon-side sculpture sparked a culture war in Athlone

A proposed sculpture has fueled a debate about cultural misappropriation in Athlone.

Driving licence applications nearly treble in a month as Road Safety Authority steps up Brexit warnings

The RSA has been warning UK driving licence-holders to exchange them for Irish licences before Brexit.

Friday 16 August, 2019

Consultants blame government for staffing 'crisis' as report finds pay higher than UK levels Pay

Consultants blame government for staffing 'crisis' as report finds pay higher than UK levels

A government report found that Irish consultants have higher gross salaries than the UK or New Zealand.

Wednesday 14 August, 2019

Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie commemorated on new An Post stamps

The philanthropist contributed to the construction of libraries across Ireland.

Irish property prices show slowest increase in six years

The latest figures from June show Irish property price growth is slowing.

Tuesday 13 August, 2019

Latin, Libya and Leitrim: Leaving Cert results by numbers

Everyone has got their results, so here are the most important statistics from today.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

Poll: Should drug-testing be available at festivals? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should drug-testing be available at festivals?

The HSE has entered into talks with organisations that could provide drug-testing at festivals.

'Progress' made in beef talks with further discussions planned in coming days

Talks between farmers and the beef industry concluded late last night.

First-ever chlamydia vaccine trial offers hope of treating infection 'epidemic' STI

First-ever chlamydia vaccine trial offers hope of treating infection 'epidemic'

An early stage clinical trial proved successful but a vaccine will not be on the market anytime soon.

Q&A: Why are CAO offers earlier this year? CAO

Q&A: Why are CAO offers earlier this year?

The CAO timeline has changed quite drastically this year.

Monday 12 August, 2019

Man dies following two-vehicle crash in Cork

The collision between a car and a truck took place this morning at 7am.

Poll: Should VAT be removed on condoms and menstrual cups? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should VAT be removed on condoms and menstrual cups?

The idea is backed by Minister for Health Simon Harris.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

'Dominant' retailers must join beef protest negotiations, says IFA

Talks will take place today with the Beef Plan Movement.

Friday 9 August, 2019

Longford greyhound track closes after 80 years citing rising insurance costs

The greyhound industry has faced major scrutiny in recent weeks.

UK will 'safeguard' security in Ireland in event of no-deal Brexit, says Michael Gove

Michael Gove was speaking during a visit to Northern Ireland today.

The 5 at 5: Friday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Ireland's breast milk bank has issued a call for donations

The milk bank, based in Fermanagh, is running low.

Thursday 8 August, 2019

The disappearance of Nóra Quoirin: A timeline

Nóra Quoirin has been missing since Sunday.

Man arrested in Garda crackdown on €29m VAT fraud scheme

Gardaí are working with police in the UK as part of the investigation.

UK train companies reverse decision to quit Interrail after 24 hours

Yesterday, the UK’s rail companies announced they were leaving the Europe-wide scheme.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Tuesday 6 August, 2019

Leo Varadkar: No-deal Brexit is not 'unavoidable'

Varadkar was speaking during a visit to Northern Ireland today.

Sinn Féin proposes plan to ban controversial co-living developments

The party published a bill today that would if passed ban co-living developments.

Leo Varadkar to discuss business and Brexit during Northern Ireland visit

Varadkar will also take part in a debate this evening with politicians from both sides of the border.

Missing teenager: Malaysian police say no sign of foul play as authorities search for 15-year-old

The teenager, who is an Irish citizen, went missing during a family holiday.

Teenager charged after six-year-old boy 'thrown' from London's Tate Modern

The teenager was arrested on Sunday.

Monday 5 August, 2019

How no-deal Brexit makes direct rule nearly inevitable in Northern Ireland

A no-deal Brexit could spell the return of direct rule to Northern Ireland.

Friday 2 August, 2019

Brexit supporter jailed for death threats and abusive calls to 'anti-Brexit' MPs

The man has been jailed for 18 weeks.

Criminal Assets Bureau seizes €50,000 and Range Rover in Kildare

A man was also arrested.

Mary Robinson's Ballina home bought by Mayo County Council after years of controversy

The house has been at the centre of controversy over the cost of the project.

All Together Now organisers 'aware' of traffic issues as festival-goers vent after long delays

Many fans complained of long delays in getting to the Waterford festival.

Two men arrested by Gardaí in €3 million money laundering investigation

The arrests were made in Dublin today.

Thursday 1 August, 2019

Questions asked over Heritage Week tours of Church of Scientology's Dublin office

Critics have questioned the decision to include the Scientology office on the Heritage Week programme

Wednesday 31 July, 2019

How the backstop created a back door for anti-Irish sentiment in the UK

As the UK exit from the EU draws closer, the Irish government has become a frequent target of Brexiteers.

Tuesday 30 July, 2019

Years of mistakes: How the Department of Social Protection mishandled social welfare overpayments

Some overpayments have not been recovered because of a litany of mistakes by the Department of Employment and Social Protection.