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Dublin: 12 °C Monday 16 September, 2019

Yesterday’s News

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Yesterday’s News

Majority of people believe that electric scooters should not be legalised for use on Irish roads

A public consultation into the legalisation of Powered Personal Transporters is currently underway.

Fine Gael minister awards highest level of money from government rural funding scheme to own constituency

Mayo received over 10% of the total money awarded as part of the Clár funding scheme since 2016.

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Friday 13 September, 2019

A Jurassic World short film was secretly shot in Ireland last winter, and it's set to air this weekend

‘Battle at Big Rock’ will air on US network FX this Sunday.

Temperatures are expected to reach 20 degrees this weekend

Met Éireann says that the south and east will see the best of this weekend’s weather.

Wednesday 11 September, 2019

Ex-English cricketer says knighthood nomination 'soured' by calls for removal over domestic abuse charge

Geoffrey Boycott was nominated for a knighthood for services to sport this week.

Tuesday 10 September, 2019

Phil Hogan set to take up key role as EU Trade Commissioner

This follows his renomination as Ireland’s commissioner to the EU earlier this year.

'Shame on you': Chaos in House of Commons as MPs attempt to block suspension of parliament

The five-week suspension of parliament began in the early hours of this morning.

Monday 9 September, 2019

Bus drivers threaten to stop serving Busáras after dark over anti-social behaviour

It comes after a driver was allegedly assaulted at the station in recent weeks.

Several Irish flights affected after British Airways cancels UK services over pilot pay dispute

The carrier is currently locked in a pay dispute with its 4,300 pilots.

Sunday 8 September, 2019

'It's about freedom of expression': Inside the battle between planners and Irish street artists

Many have expressed frustration at the use of planning laws to remove street murals in recent weeks.

Friday 6 September, 2019

Documentary links Martin McGuinness and Ian Paisley to new Troubles-era bomb attacks

The revelations are made in a documentary about the Troubles to air next week.

Two complaints against online bank upheld over offensive use of word 'bulls**t' in ad campaign

Complainants considered references to the word to be offensive and unnecessary.

Ciara, Hugh, Liam, Maura: Met Éireann has released this year's list of winter storm names

It’s the fifth year that the forecaster will take part in the ‘Name Our Storms’ scheme.

'This has gone on for too long': Gardaí and Dublin City Council in dispute over policing of Google protests

Internal correspondence shows how gardaí and DCC disagreed over the management of the protests.

Wednesday 4 September, 2019

'We're preparing for worst-case-scenario': No-deal Brexit planning to be ramped-up by Government

Cabinet met to discuss preparations for a no-deal Brexit last night.

Government to continue processing PSC data in defiance of Data Protection Commissioner ruling

The DPC ruled that there was no legal basis for the Government to process data for the card last month.

Tuesday 3 September, 2019

Man to appear in court after being caught with weapon at Electric Picnic

The man was arrested at a car park at the festival over the weekend.

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Poll: Who do you want to become the biggest party in the British government if there is a general election?

British government sources say that a motion could be tabled this week to hold a 14 October election.

US Catholic school removes Harry Potter books from its library following consultation with exorcists

The school’s priest said the books could be used to ‘conjure evil spirits’.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s what’s making the headlines this morning.

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Boris Johnson to seek 14 October general election if MPs vote to block no-deal Brexit today

Johnson met with ministers and ruled out another Brexit extension last night.

Council orders removal of second Subset mural in Dublin

A mural of David Attenborough is the second mural by the artist collective to have fallen foul of the council in recent weeks.

Monday 2 September, 2019

Gardaí urge man who made anonymous call about serious sexual assault in Cork to come forward

The incident happened in Ballyphehane on 24 August.

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Poll: Do you support the legalisation of electric scooters?

A public consultation on the use of the vehicles began yesterday.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s what’s making the headlines this morning.

Vehicles 'completely destroyed' during fire at car park in Cork shopping centre

Nobody was injured in the fire at the building on Saturday evening.

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7 year-old boy killed after being struck by Dublin City Council vehicle

The incident happened in Ballymun at around 4.30pm yesterday afternoon.

Sunday 1 September, 2019

Topless teens, sexual harassment and aerosol flamethrowers: Dart users' complaints to Irish Rail

A new text alert system for complaining about anti-social behaviour on the service was launched this month.

Friday 30 August, 2019

Tánaiste urges British government to propose alternatives to backstop 'as quickly as possible'

Boris Johnson has vowed to ‘up the tempo’ on talks to remove the backstop ahead of Brexit.

Thursday 29 August, 2019

MythBusters star killed during attempt to break 824km/h land-speed record

39-year-old Jessi Combs appeared in 12 episodes of the show.

Wednesday 28 August, 2019

The Queen has approved the suspension of parliament ahead of the Brexit deadline

Boris Johnson’s move has been met with outrage by opposition parties, and a court challenge is being brought forward.

Should Ireland legalise electric scooters? The public are being asked to have their say

The Department of Transport received a report on regulating PPTs today.

Irish Water warns about further bad smells in Dublin following delay in repair works at treatment plant

It’s the third such warning issued by the utility in the last two months.

Sterling value plummets following decision by Boris Johnson to seek suspension of UK parliament

The currency’s value fell by almost 1% this morning.

'These attacks should stop': Bullets strike bystanders' vehicles during fatal shooting in Louth

It is understood the shooting is related to the ongoing feud in nearby Drogheda.

Gaza on 'state of alert' after three policemen killed by reported ISIS bombers

The police officers died at checkpoints last night.

Tuesday 27 August, 2019

Events take place to mark 40 years since IRA killings of Lord Mountbatten and Warrenpoint soldiers

The killings took place on one of the deadliest days of the Troubles.

Explainer: Why a US court ruling could be a turning point in one of the country's worst-ever drug epidemics

A landmark ruling against Johnson & Johnson was made in Oklahoma yesterday.

Monday 26 August, 2019

Survey finds majority of Irish beaches and rivers are polluted: these are the biggest blackspots

The most common forms of litter found by the assessors were food wrappers, plastic bottles, cans and cigarette butts.

Sunday 25 August, 2019

Man (22) arrested after serious assault in Navan

The assault happened at approximately 3am yesterday morning on Watergate Street in Navan.

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