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Yesterday’s News

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Yesterday’s News

Body of young horse that was used for sulky racing dumped on Dublin road

A woman found the horse’s body while she was out walking with her dog.

Tuesday 19 March, 2019

CCTV shows up to 400 people were present for Tyrone nightclub tragedy

Counselling has been offered to friends and classmates of Lauren Bullock, Connor Currie and Morgan Barnard.

Monday 18 March, 2019

'The most frightening moment of my life': Teens describe crush outside Tyrone hotel disco

Young people who were there for the disco said teens were piled on top of each other on the ground.

Spotlight on New Zealand gun laws after mosque shooting

The owner of the company that sold weapons to Brenton Tarrant said it was a legal, “ordinary sale”.

Theresa May cannot have another vote on Brexit deal without changes

Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow said the parliament’s rules dictate that MPs can’t be asked to vote repeatedly on the same motion.

Police to display photos of wanted people on vans around London

They are wanted for crimes that include street robberies, burglary and violation of release conditions.

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'Action is needed now': New charity set up to fund gambling addiction services

The trust receives funding from the gambling industry and will be run by a board which includes two former junior ministers.

'We all owe you': Tributes after death of musician behind Pulp Fiction theme song

His style influenced musicians like The Beach Boys, Eddie Van Halen and Jimi Hendrix.

Motorcyclist killed in road crash in south Dublin

The man in his 40s was involved in a single vehicle collision at 7am this morning.

Saturday 16 March, 2019

Councils no longer operating loan scheme to help struggling homeowners with repairs

There is a disparity across the country with some local authorities operating the schemes while others stopped years ago.

'I didn't realise how heavy it weighed on me': Homeless family on getting keys to their council house

The couple lost their rental accommodation last year and found it impossible to find somewhere to live.

Friday 15 March, 2019

Community gardaí attend Friday prayer at mosques in wake of New Zealand attack

An Garda Síochána said local gardaí will be making themselves available to Muslim communities to provide support.

Thursday 14 March, 2019

Elderly couple found dead in Donegal home may have both fallen in bedroom

A relative found the couple yesterday afternoon.

Wednesday 13 March, 2019

Elderly couple found dead in Donegal house

The area has been sealed off for a garda examination.

Parents' focus on 'winning' custody battles is harming Irish children

An Oireachtas committee will today hear from various interest groups about proposals to reform the family law system.

Explainer: How can the return of Islamic State members to their home countries work?

The government here has said Lisa Smith, who was married to an Islamic State fighter, can come home.

Tuesday 12 March, 2019

Boeing 737 Max planes suspended from departing or flying into Irish airspace

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has announced that it is suspending all flight operations of the aircraft.

Saturday 9 March, 2019

Explainer: Here's what scrapping seasonal clock changes will mean

It’s a choice now between brighter evenings or brighter mornings.

Council to bring in private security to help keep the peace in Temple Bar on Paddy's Day

There were similar arrangements in place last year which the council said worked well to prevent overcrowding and on street drinking.

Wednesday 6 March, 2019

Man seriously injured after being shot multiple times in west Dublin

A silver BMW 3 Series car was later discovered on fire.

Tuesday 5 March, 2019

Taoiseach says he has to consult Central Bank before extending loan scheme

Micheál Martin accused the government of letting down people on low incomes down.

Nurse who saved unconscious bus driver describes 'frightening' ordeal for passengers

The nurse managed to stop the bus when it went out of control and then started CPR on the driver.

New website launched to help explain to children in care why Tusla is in their lives

The website has been designed by young people with lived experience of the care system.

Monday 4 March, 2019

Taoiseach on suspicious package: 'Come after us, don't come after our staff or families'

The white powder in the envelope addressed to the Health Minister was confirmed to be non-hazardous.

Supreme Court cuts wait time for appeals to one year

The court has now effectively disposed of its backlog of legacy cases.

Saturday 2 March, 2019

'It can feel daunting': Ireland's first Deaf candidate wants to break down the electoral barriers

30-year-old Micheál Kelliher is running as an Independents 4 Change candidate in the Cabra-Glasnevin constituency.

Thursday 28 February, 2019

Over half of youths not punished for serious crimes due to garda scheme failings went on to reoffend

In more than 2,000 cases an adult who was also involved in the crime was cautioned or prosecuted for the offence.

Substitute teachers refunded after some overtaxed by over €1,200

The issue was caused by a payroll system error that reduced their tax credits to zero.

Monday 25 February, 2019

Motorcyclist killed in crash near Dublin's Port Tunnel

The collision happened at 10am this morning.

Head of 800-year-old mummy stolen from crypt of St Michan's Church in Dublin

The Church of Ireland said the crypt was badly damaged by vandals.

Saturday 23 February, 2019

'There's always a glimmer of hope': Family of missing Esra Uyrun make appeal eight years on

The mother-of-one has not been seen since she left her house in Clondalkin on 23 February 2011.

Event today will show people how European co-housing models can work here

The event will hear from a number of groups who are working to regularise the model here as well as experts on how to manage the financial and legal issues.

Thursday 21 February, 2019

Recall of SuperValu and Centra bottled water due to 'off odour and taste'

All batches of the five litre bottles of Still Irish Water are affected.

Wednesday 20 February, 2019

'Lives could be lost' without immediate training for Coast Guard blue light driving

Opposition politicians have described the ban on driving with blue lights and sirens as a “backward” move.

Irish Coast Guard staff and volunteers no longer allowed to use blue lights and sirens Exclusive

Volunteers are worried about the potential delays this will cause when they are travelling to incidents.

Monday 18 February, 2019

Man attacked as paedophile-hunting group broadcasts live 'sting' on Facebook

Gardaí said the manner in which these groups operate has the potential to affect future criminal proceedings.

Sunday 17 February, 2019

Abuse survivor says legal profession should 'bring their morals as well as law books into courtrooms'

Leona O’Callaghan said the government and judiciary needs to stop pointing at each other and step up to make changes.

Homeless charity says proposal on council house offer refusals is a distraction tactic

Focus Ireland said the fact that people are turning down offers is actually “symptomatic of the failure of housing policy”.

Jury to consider verdict in trial of man accused of murdering former soldier

Warren O’Connor died from a single stab wound to the neck.

Saturday 16 February, 2019

Young people share their experiences in care: 'This was the chapter where I turned my life around'

A number of young people shared their experiences yesterday and said they want to erase the stigma attached to being in the care system.

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