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Yesterday’s News

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Monday 21 September, 2020

Gemma O'Doherty could face further criminal charges over bridge protest

A video of the incident went viral on social media platforms last month.

Tuesday 25 February, 2020

In a first, the Planning Regulator has urged a minister to reverse decision for east Cork retail village

Under legislation, Minister Damien English has two weeks to decide whether to accept or reject the regulator’s recommendation.

Monday 3 February, 2020

Design of major new Dublin suburb with 3,500 planned homes approved by council

The new area will be known as Poolbeg West.

Sunday 24 November, 2019

Almost 90% of motorists disqualified this year have not surrendered their licences

The figure is the lowest rate in the past five years.

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Monday 18 November, 2019

Number of parcels seized by Revenue containing illegal drugs has almost doubled on last year

Almost €3 million worth of illegal drugs was seized up to October this year.

Tuesday 22 October, 2019

Judge calls for end to Longford gang feud as he jails teenager for five years

The judge said the feud had its genesis in “trivial” matters.

'Lives will be saved': Residents support use of helipad at Mater despite noise levels

Authorities have estimated that the use of the helipad could save up to nine lives per year.

Friday 13 September, 2019

Over half of government departments have used unpaid interns in recent years

Nine departments say they have done so since 2014.

Tuesday 10 September, 2019

The UK and Canada are cutting the cost of processing claims - why can't Ireland?

Part two of our Noteworthy probe into costly insurance premiums looks at legislative and procedural steps taken in other countries to tackle the issue.