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Yesterday’s News

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Yesterday’s News

Major Facebook outage as users experience problems loading social media site

Users have been experiencing problems all morning.

'It was devastating': Republic of Ireland players lead tributes to 30 year-old fan who died in Denmark

The 30 year-old tragically died yesterday morning after falling into the water at Copenhagen Harbour.

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Monday 19 November, 2018

Ten Irish novels in contention for €100,000 Dublin Literary Award, the world's most valuable annual fiction prize

141 works by authors from 41 different countries were nominated for the 2019 award.

Saturday 17 November, 2018

Quiz: How much do you know about UFOs?

Test your knowledge of the world’s close encounters with the third kind.

A new EU directive means it will soon be mandatory for people to be sent SMS alerts during terror attacks

The directive was passed in the European parliament earlier this week.

PSNI investigate 'vicious and barbaric' paramilitary-style shooting in Derry last night

The man received gunshot wounds to his arms, legs and one of his hands.

Friday 16 November, 2018

Brexiteers worry that the EU's withdrawal agreement will turn the UK into a 'vassal state' - but what does that mean?

The draft agreement has been denounced across Britain’s political spectrum since it was unveiled on Wednesday night

Here’s What Happened Today: Friday

An appeal for witnesses to a shooting, a new Brexit Secretary – here’s what made the headlines today.

Simon Harris acknowledges there is 'more work to be done' as inpatient waiting lists fall across Ireland

The number of patients waiting more than 9 months for treatment has reduced by 38%.

Thursday 15 November, 2018

Midlands Regional Hospital in Tullamore hit by Windows ransomware attack

The hospital suffered a Windows Ransomware attack on Wednesday.

FSAI recalls batch of raw goats milk over E Coli contamination concerns

Point-of-sale notices will be displayed in locations where the implicated milk has been sold.

Wednesday 14 November, 2018

Explainer: why the resignation of an Israeli Minister over a ceasefire could spell trouble for Benjamin Netanyahu

The move has thrown the ruling Likud government into turmoil, opening up the chance of early elections.

Man (80s) killed in single-vehicle collision in Cork

The collision occurred at around 2.50pm today.

333 extra beds to be made available as Dublin Region Homeless Executive launches winter strategy

The measure was announced in partnership with a range of charities.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Tuesday 13 November, 2018

GPs hit out at 'inappropriate' reports that doctors will receive up to €450 for abortion services

Reports today suggested that an agreement had been reached over how much doctors would receive for performing terminations.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

A reported Brexit deal, two dead in a house fire, and underwear held up in the Dáil – it’s the evening fix.

Leading Brexiteers hit out at 'utterly unacceptable' proposals to avoid hard border on island of Ireland

Reports this evening suggested that Britain has finally agreed a draft Brexit deal with the European Union.

Body of elderly man discovered following house fire at property in south Dublin

The fire started at an address at Merrion Road near Booterstown at around 3 o’clock this afternoon.

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The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Monday 12 November, 2018

Simon Coveney praises EU 'solidarity' as Theresa May faces more Tory revolt: how Brexit unfolded today

The British prime minister faced further revolt from inside her party amid claims that a deal was imminent.

Amnesty International strips Aung San Suu Kyi of its highest honour

The group revoked the award in light of Suu Kyi’s “betrayal of the values she once stood for”.

Trinity College scientists discover major link between obesity and how the body fights cancer

Up to 50% of certain cancers are attributed to obesity.

Saturday 10 November, 2018

'People say things about my hair; it's bananas': Joanna Donnelly on science and our fascination with weather

The Met Éireann forecaster’s new book, The Great Irish Weather Book, explains what weather is and how it happens.

Friday 9 November, 2018

Search launched after prisoner escapes from Dublin courthouse

The man escaped from the Cloverhill court in Clondalkin, west Dublin this morning.

Flooding in parts of the country following day of heavy rain, but downpours to ease later tonight

A 12-hour Status Yellow rainfall warning for several counties was lifted at 6pm.

The 5 at 5: Friday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Tenant who took landlord to Workplace Relations Commission over refusal to accept HAP awarded €7k

The complainant, a long-term tenant of the landlord, brought the case after claiming she has been discriminated against by him over his refusal to accept the scheme.

Thursday 8 November, 2018

Explainer: The US president, the CNN journalist and the case of a doctored video

Footage shared by Sarah Huckabee Sanders was used to justify the suspension of Jim Acosta’s press pass yesterday.

Wednesday 7 November, 2018

'I find it extraordinarily distasteful': Proposed amendment requiring post-abortion burials voted down

The committee has been considering changes to the Health (Regulation of Termination of Pregnancy) Bill 2018 this week.

Tuesday 6 November, 2018

Whistleblowers alleged to have raised school building concerns to Department of Education in 2012

The Joint Committee on Education heard claims that industry officials met with former Minister Ruairi Quinn over the issue.

'Nobody would try this if there was a garda station': Three businesses hit in morning raids in Stepaside

A man in his 20s has been arrested over the robberies.

Brian Hayes to quit politics to become CEO of Banking and Payments Federation Ireland

The 49 year-old said he made the decision for family reasons.

Campaign raises almost €10k for Donegal man with rare cancer who has run 17 marathons for charity

Patrick McBride was recently diagnosed with malignant melanoma.

Hotel worker who claimed manager told him that he had his 'head up his a**e' awarded €1,700 WRC

Hotel worker who claimed manager told him that he had his 'head up his a**e' awarded €1,700

The dispute arose after the worker went home from his job early one evening in December 2017.

€70k for desserts and €100k for confectionery set aside in food contracts for Dáil catering facilities

A tender to supply each of the Oireachtas’ five catering facilities was issued last week.

Staff at Garda press office split €115,000 in overtime during first year of Disclosures Tribunal

New figures show the cost of overtime at the office rose by 653% in 2017.

Sunday 4 November, 2018

New study suggests that diabetes medicine could be used to reduce effects of Alzheimer's disease

It’s believed that targeting the brain’s capillary system could have beneficial effects for Alzheimer’s patients.

Government now monitoring tax affairs of medium-sized corporations and certain 'high wealth individuals'

A new division will manage the affairs of people and companies who can’t be monitored by the Revenue’s Large Cases Division.

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