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Yesterday’s News

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Yesterday’s News

Dozens of young women duped into money laundering scheme at Irish music festivals

On average, there are 1,600 cases of money muling reported by Irish banks each year.

Friday 13 September, 2019

Gardaí seize €90k worth of cannabis from Limerick growhouse

A total of 117 mature plants were seized in a converted garage.

Police in Liverpool appeal to the public to find next-of-kin of Irishman who died in the city last week

John Hoare is believed to be originally from the Tipperary area.

The 5 at 5: Friday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Thursday 12 September, 2019

'I think it's quite unusual': Ministers respond to President Higgins' Defence Forces pay speech

As president, Higgins is the supreme commander of the Defence Forces.

Wednesday 11 September, 2019

Monday 9 September, 2019

Micheál Martin rules out election this year and says 'national interest' must come first

Martin said the country will most likely go to the polls in early spring next year.

'No amount of alcohol at any stage of pregnancy is safe for your baby'

The HSE said there was a lot of misleading information and confusion around alcohol and pregnancy.

Saturday 7 September, 2019

'Promising' young garda's future to be decided after weapons arrest

His fate will be decided after criminal investigations are concluded.

Victim of Dublin's latest gun attack alive due to 'low calibre weapons used'

The victim of the attack is expected to make a full recovery.

Friday 6 September, 2019

Garda recruit resigns as alleged drink driving incident probed in Templemore

The alleged drink-drive incident happened on Wednesday evening this week.

Wednesday 4 September, 2019

Paddy Power selling off 14 of its retail store properties as shift towards online market continues

Auctioneers are putting the portfolio on the market with a guide price of over €6.3 million.

Gardaí probe boiler suit-wearing gang who use new technology to steal high-end cars

The men were captured on CCTV leaving a property in Portmarnock last month.

Monday 2 September, 2019

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Here are the main headlines of the day.

Man in his 50s charged over €1 million heroin seizure

He’s due to appear in court tomorrow morning.

Anger as Junior Cert results day delayed by two weeks

Traditionally, students receive their results in the middle of September.

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Dive boat sinks in flames off California coast with 34 missing and many feared dead

Fire crews in helicopters, small boats and a Coast Guard cutter spent hours battling the fierce pre-dawn fire.

US Vice President Mike Pence has touched down in Ireland

Pence will meet with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar tomorrow as well as President Michael D Higgins during his visit.

€110 million 'Get Ready for Brexit' ad campaign launches in the UK

A new website, gov.uk/brexit, was launched on Sunday.

Friday 30 August, 2019

Drogheda feud: Gardaí bracing for 'violent escalation' in wake of Clogherhead killing

Gardaí believe a convicted criminal orchestrated Tuesday’s murder.

Thursday 29 August, 2019

Ireland's Tree of the Year has been announced and it has mythological roots

There were many trees that others were rooting for that sadly didn’t make the cut.

Met Éireann issues Status Yellow warning for half of the country

The forecaster said there is a potential for flood risk.

Jeremy Corbyn says he wants to 'legislate rapidly' to stop parliament suspension

A number of court proceedings have been initiated across the UK to stop the suspension.

Wednesday 28 August, 2019

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

Scottish Tory leader expected to step down amid Brexit chaos

Ruth Davidson has been leader of the Scottish Tories since 2011.

Thursday 22 August, 2019

Gardaí identify number of minors involved in alleged Dundrum assault on Muslim teenager

The assault happened on Sunday afternoon.

Wednesday 21 August, 2019

'A splinter of a splinter of a splinter group': Officers suspect a handful of dissidents behind border bomb

This has been the fifth dissident attack so far this year.

Tuesday 20 August, 2019

Garda probe after young Muslim woman assaulted and allegedly had her hijab removed in Dundrum

The incident happened on Sunday evening.

Gardaí investigate machete fight outside Carrick-on-Shannon chipper

The incident happened on Saturday evening.

Monday 19 August, 2019

HSE is carrying out multiple investigations into pharmacy prescription fraud claims

The majority of these investigations centre around the practice known as phased dispensing.

Sunday 18 August, 2019

Gardaí attempt to tackle 'highest concentration of sex workers' in north Dublin suburb

The area has been pinpointed by gardaí as an area of concern.

Friday 16 August, 2019

Gardaí in Cork investigating alleged assault on bus driver after teen fires pellet gun at him

The incident happened yesterday at 5.30pm.

Thursday 15 August, 2019

Gardaí voice concern over increase in road deaths

Six more people have lost their lives so far this year when compared to 2018′s fatalities.

Gardaí investigating alleged sexual assault in Cork city centre overnight

The scene has been preserved.

Bomb squad in Dublin estate after suspected pipe bomb discovered taped to car door

The area was sealed off around 9am.

Tuesday 13 August, 2019

Serial rapist who was target of vigilante attack leaves north Dublin house after arrest for threatening women

It is understood that the rapist was living with a female friend in the area

Leaving Cert 2019: Here's how this year's class got on

Five people got top marks across the board.

HSE launches fraud probe into pharmacy after allegations of false prescriptions scam HSE

HSE launches fraud probe into pharmacy after allegations of false prescriptions scam Exclusive

The HSE is checking receipts as far back as 2013.

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