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Dublin: 11 °C Friday 10 July, 2020

Thursday 12 July, 2018

'I've got my life back because of this' - Calls to support older people living in their own homes

Alone wants €84.5 million a year for 10 years.

The North's fire service dealt with a call every 48 seconds last night

Last night saw 57 bonfires across the province ahead of today’s 12 July marches.

Tuesday 10 July, 2018

Ryanair to cancel 30 flights this Thursday due to pilot strike

Members of the IALPA are going on strike.

Irish Air Corps called to help fight wildfire in Armagh

The fire is just two miles from the border.

'Et tu, Boris?' - British papers react to Boris Johnson's resignation

Johnson resigned as Foreign Secretary yesterday.

Teenager missing from Dublin found safe and well

The 15-year-old was last seen in the Darndale area.

Paramedic assaulted on Dublin bus by man he was treating

The man has been arrested.

Petrol bombs thrown at police in third night of violence in Derry

The incidents come in the run-up to the Twelfth.

Poll: Will you be keeping up with Harry and Meghan's trip to Ireland? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you be keeping up with Harry and Meghan's trip to Ireland?

Are royal visits to Ireland that interesting any more?

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

It’s Tuesday and here’s what you need to know.

Monday 9 July, 2018

With her Brexit secretary gone, are Theresa May's days numbered?

May has been Prime Minister for almost two years.

This is what buses will look like on 24 Dublin routes later this year

The travel experience will stay largely the same for commuters, the company says.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s the news as we start Monday.

Poll: Should Theresa May resign over her handling of Brexit? Your Say This post contains a poll

Gardaí appeal for witnesses to fatal crash after car hit tree

A man in his 40s died.

Saturday 7 July, 2018

Quiz: How much can you remember about the year so far?

It’s been a wild half year.

How big is this baby Donald Trump balloon? It's the week in numbers

Plus: a motorway from Cork to Ringaskiddy and the living wage.

Judge releases 50 people from jury service - because there was no judge or courtroom available

Mr Justice Bernard Barton discharged over 50 people in Dublin’s Four Courts this week.

Friday 6 July, 2018

Quiz: How much do you know about Michael Flatley?

How much do you know about the super hoofer?

Doctor leading CervicalCheck inquiry now has access to searchable HSE documents

Dr Scally said that it had been difficult to obtain information in the format required.

Thursday 5 July, 2018

Ryanair cabin crew across Europe to strike on 25 and 26 July

The strike will affect Portugal, Italy, Spain and Belgium.

'In some ways I just wish it was all over' - Emma Mhic Mhathúna says cancer has spread to her brain

Emma last week settled a €7.5 million settlement with the HSE over her incorrect smear test results.

Former Aran Islands ferry to be transformed into floating Liffey hotel

The ship, once used to carry passengers to the islands, has since fallen into disrepair.

It will be cloudy today - but it will still be roasting

Early indications are that the good weather will continue for most of next week.

Man rushed to hospital after Drogheda halting site shooting

A 34-year-old man sustained a number of gunshot wounds.

Wednesday 4 July, 2018

Actor who played Jar Jar Binks says backlash over film made him consider suicide

In 2015, the film’s creator George Lucas revealed that Jar Jar was inspired by Disney’s Goofy.

Here's what you can do if you're affected by next week's Ryanair strike

Pilots are due to go on strike next Thursday.

16 hours of sun and 32 degree days - this heatwave is a record-breaker

24 of Ireland’s 25 weather stations will experience absolute drought from tomorrow.

Possible showers in the south, but another scorcher in store today

We could really get used to this summer business.

Tuesday 3 July, 2018

Siptu members to join in Roscommon County Council strike over flexitime

The row centres on a flexitime arrangement.

Irish Daily Mail owner apologises to developer over headline on Matt Cooper column

The headline was not written by Cooper.

Sunday 1 July, 2018

House prices in Dublin are now €155,000 higher than 2013

The number of properties available to buy in Ireland has also gone up.

Saturday 30 June, 2018

Quiz: Are these heatwave 'facts' true or false?

It’s so hot.

Farmers say Aldi's €1.30 two-litre bottle of milk is 'socially irresponsible'

Aldi says the milk line is needed to compete.

Four men killed and teenage girl in critical condition after Leeds crash

Police are appealing for information on the crash.

Cash box stolen as security van collects from supermarket

The raiders are described as being between 5’6″ and 5’8″ and were wearing black scarves on their faces.

Gardaí appeal for help finding Dublin teen missing since Thursday

14-year-old Serena Kelly is missing from her home at Westpark, Tallaght.

Public asked to keep an eye out for distressed fish during heatwave

Not everyone is enjoying the heat.