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Yesterday’s News

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Saturday 14 September, 2019

Republic of Shame: 'One woman came in wearing two corsets to hide her pregnancy'

Republic of Shame: 'One woman came in wearing two corsets to hide her pregnancy'

A new book seeks to highlight how much this period in Irish history still impacts on people today.

Group of bikers ride across Ireland donating equipment to neonatal units

The group has raised €55,000 to purchase equipment to donate and to sponsor a new room at Ronald McDonald House in Dublin.

Irish doctors monitoring US warnings about e-cigs after lung disease outbreak

Several teenagers have been placed in medically induced comas.

KBC Bank admits it used time limit clause in 27 tracker complaints to Ombudsman

A number of banks, including KBC, reversed their decision to challenge the investigation of these complaints after a public rebuke by the ombudsman.

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Thursday 12 September, 2019

Parents threaten High Court action against school over reduction of subjects taught in Irish

The board has said teacher shortages led to the decision to have most subjects taught in English.

Wednesday 11 September, 2019

Man arrested over New IRA bomb found outside family home in Tyrone

Police believe the New IRA intended to fire the mortar into Strabane police station.

Brother of Veronica Guerin takes defamation action against Gemma O'Doherty

Court papers for the proceedings were filed on Monday.

Tuesday 10 September, 2019

EU accused of 'divisive rhetoric' after appointing Vice President for 'Protecting Our Way of Life'

This title is a rebranding of the Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship portfolio.

Off-duty garda assaulted after confronting burglary gang in Dublin

The garda was on his way home when he noticed three men acting suspiciously.

Monday 9 September, 2019

Trump says he 'had nothing to do with' Pence decision to stay at Doonbeg resort

A spokesperson for Pence last week said the decision was made at the “suggestion” of the president.

John Bercow to step down as House of Commons Speaker

Bercow said his job as speaker had been the greatest honour of his professional life.

Friday 6 September, 2019

Irishman pleads guilty to smuggling 60 guns into UK in car

Robert Keogh was stopped last month by border force officers at the Port of Dover en route from Calais.

'Trust the public with hard facts': Micheál Martin calls on government to publish no-deal Brexit plans

He said the government should also make it clear how much new arrangements after Brexit are likely to cost.

HSA to carry out safety inspection blitz on quarries

More than 50 quarries across the country will be inspected next week.

Man due in court over money laundering charges totalling €1.1m

The man was found with €500,000 in cash at Dublin Airport in 2015.

Monday 2 September, 2019

Minister announces SEAI grants to deliver energy upgrades to nearly 700 homes

The grants, which have been approved for a number of community projects, will also cover upgrades for commerical and community buildings.

Sunday 1 September, 2019

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

A large fire in Cork, a heroin seizure by gardaí and Brexit drama had everyone talking today.

MPs to propose law to stop no-deal Brexit - Gove won't rule out ignoring it if it passes

Opposition MP Sir Keir Starmer said Gove’s comments were “breathtaking”.

Gardaí seize €1m worth of heroin in joint operation with UK authorities

Three men were arrested after a number of searches in Dublin and Meath this morning.

Bishop warns cycle of gangland violence in Louth 'will only lead to further tragedy'

Gardaí are expecting an escalation in the feud after the murder of Keith Branigan last week.

Hurricane Dorian strengthens to 'catastrophic' Category 5 as it heads for Bahamas

Prime Minister Hubert Minis has warned residents of the Bahamas they could face serious harm if they do not evacuate.

Shane Ross: 'My grandkids photoshopped me into the Jesus birth scene after Katie Taylor memes'

“I was with everybody, I think I was with Putin. I was with Donald Trump. I was at the landing the Moon landing.”

'We need to up our game': Call for national registry as HSE unable to estimate prevalence of diabetes

The HSE said its inability to verify this data is a significant problem for the health service.

Saturday 31 August, 2019

Firefighters battle large blaze at Cork shopping centre

Several units from around Cork City are in attendance.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Brexit protests, an attack on gardaí and continued clashes in Hong Kong had everyone talking today.

Man dies in single vehicle crash in Carlow

The man was fatally injured when his van left the motorway and struck a speed barrier.

Scottish police launch 'thorough and robust inquiry' after Irish unity march riot

Police said a planned parade by a republican flute band was met by a ‘disruptive’ counter protest.

Appeal for witnesses after shots fired at garda patrol van in north Dublin

Neither of the uniformed gardaí in the van at the time were injured.

Another Dublin street blocked off by activists in car-free demonstration

Councillors are due to vote next week on a proposal to permanently pedestrianise this section of the street.

Trial date set for alleged mastermind of 9/11 terror attacks

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four others in Guantanamo Bay prison camp will go on trial in January 2021.

Friday 30 August, 2019

Probationary garda arrested after allegedly stealing from wallet handed into station

The garda has been suspended from duty.

Meat processing industry says operations at 12 plants brought to a halt by blockades

The owners of a number of plants have secured injunctions to stop protesters blockading their factories.

Sunday 25 August, 2019

Lenders expected to row back after rebuke from ombudsman over tracker mortgage complaints

Ger Deering this week revealed 500 complaints could be impacted by banks’ use of time limit clauses.

Saturday 24 August, 2019

Call for change in language requirements for garda recruits with dyslexia

Learning additional languages is often very challenging for students with dyslexia.

Friday 23 August, 2019

Pedestrian dies after being struck by motorcycle in Dublin

Gardaí are appealing for motorists travelling in the area who have dash cam footage to contact them.

Gardaí hiring for 'extremely challenging' role of Deputy Commissioner

The government has asked the Policing Authority to nominate a person for appointment to the position.

Thursday 22 August, 2019

Temperatures expected to reach up to 24 degrees this weekend

Met Éireann said eastern counties will see more of the sun this weekend.

Wednesday 21 August, 2019

Proposal for 11-storey apartment complex in south Dublin likely to face opposition

The proposal is for the construction of a development with 62 new apartments.

Tuesday 20 August, 2019

Watchdog to review use of term 'unlimited' in phone plan advertising Ads

Watchdog to review use of term 'unlimited' in phone plan advertising

The ASAI said new guidelines will help to ensure certain marketing terms are not misleading to consumers.

Two men arrested in Dublin over discovery of bomb under PSNI officer's car

The viable device was found under the officer’s car on the grounds of a golf club in June.

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