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Irish - Yesterday’s News

Rotunda urges Simon Harris to secure new hospital wing to tackle 'safety crisis' for premature babies Exclusive

The maternity hospital is earmarked to relocate to Blanchardstown but it doesn’t know when that will be.

'I felt immediately there was something wrong': The intensive garda investigation into Ana Kriegel's death

Transcripts of interviews shed light on how gardaí investigated Ana Kriegel’s murder in May 2018.

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Irish - Tuesday 18 June, 2019

Gardaí investigating comments by priest which compared gay people to 'zombies'

An investigation was launched following a complaint from a member of the public.

Gardaí appeal for help tracing missing 23-year-old Dublin woman

Rachelle Ryan was last seen leaving her home on James Street North at approximately 4pm on Friday afternoon.

Three men arrested in connection with Lee Boylan shooting in Blanchardstown released without charge

A fourth man who was arrested yesterday remains in custody. .

Facebook announces plans for new cryptocurrency to come into operation as early as 2020

Facebook and some two dozen partners released a prototype of Libra as an open source code for developers interested in weaving it into apps, services or businesses/

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Three people arrested after gardaí seize stolen property and drugs worth €320,000

Today’s searches took place on the Ratoath Road area of Finglas.

Aer Lingus orders six new 'narrowbody' planes to carry passengers on long-haul flights

The planes, which would be capable of travelling the distance from Rome to New York, will have just one aisle.

€20,000 for women affected by CervicalCheck non-disclosure

Payments to women who have already applied through the scheme are expected to be made shortly.

Bank bosses may face fines and sanctions in the future, but won't get jail time under new law

The new laws were drawn up in the wake of the tracker-mortgage scandal.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

The Ana Kriegel verdict, the Tory leadership contest and the Rotunda Hospital made headlines today.

Wes Hoolahan to go on trial with League Two club

The ex-Ireland schemer is reportedly hoping to earn a contract at Cambridge United.

Justice Minister to 'apologise in person' to Majella Moynihan in the coming days

Moynihan almost lost her job because she had pre-marital sex with another garda and gave birth to a child outside marriage.

Horses left to die by farmer in 'unprecedented' animal cruelty case

Martin Gerald Foley pleaded guilty to 20 charges out of a total of 193 charges first brought against him.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

The two youngest murderers in the history of the State: The story of the Ana Kriegel trial

The jury today came to its verdict after over 14 hours of deliberation.

From The42 'He has nothing to blame himself for,' insists Platini's lawyer amid Qatar World Cup police probe Investigation

'He has nothing to blame himself for,' insists Platini's lawyer amid Qatar World Cup police probe

William Bourdon, who is representing the former UEFA president, also stressed that the 63-year-old has not been arrested.

Ana Kriegel's wish was to have friends. Instead, the teenager was shunned, bullied and murdered

Ana was described by a former teacher as being extremely vulnerable.

Boy A and Boy B have been found guilty of the murder of 14-year-old Ana Kriegel

The jury returned their verdicts today after deliberating for more than 14 hours.

Mary Lou McDonald asks Michael Noonan to clarify if he described Majella Moynihan case as 'internal garda matter'

Noonan was minister for justice during the period Majella Moynihan faced censure.

Varadkar blaming Fianna Fáil for ministers using diesel cars is 'petty' and 'cheap', says Martin

Leo Varadkar said the government would move to ban petrol and diesel cars by 2030.

Explainer: Why the boys found guilty of Ana Kriegel's murder cannot be named

Despite the fact that the two boys have been convicted, they still cannot be publicly named even after sentencing.

From The42 'My first memory is being so gutted to miss out... Man City wouldn't let me play' Looking Back

'My first memory is being so gutted to miss out... Man City wouldn't let me play'

Niall Quinn felt he was fit to play in the 1994 World Cup, but his club thought otherwise.

Top civil servant who warned against broadband plan questioned behind closed doors

Robert Watt warned ‘strongly recommended against’ the decision to proceed with the NBP.

Camogie star Ashling Thompson pleads guilty to assaulting second woman in Cork nightclub

She will be sentenced in relation to both of the assaults next Tuesday.

Cork teenager missing since last week found safe and well

Gardaí have thanked the public for their assistance.

Appeal for witnesses after hit-and-run collision and attempted car hijacking in Dublin

The incident happened in Tallaght yesterday evening.

HSE warns of 'significant impact' on services during support staff strike

A strike by 10,000 healthcare workers is set to take place on Thursday.

From The42 'When I was in the hospital bed last August I considered quitting football' Comeback Kid

'When I was in the hospital bed last August I considered quitting football'

Diarmuid Murtagh underwent an eye operation to repair a detached retina and wasn’t sure if he’d play for Roscommon again.

President to host Áras garden party highlighting issues around Direct Provision

Irish organisations that support refugees have been invited to a garden party tomorrow.

Poll: Is banning the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in 2030 a good idea? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Is banning the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in 2030 a good idea?

It’s being proposed along with an outright ban in 2045.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

Bomb squad called to Lurgan graveyard after police searching for drugs find 'suspicious object'

The object was then taken away for further forensic examination.

Mostly dry weather with top temperatures back up to 20 degrees today

There are still some rainy days ahead this week.

Free public transport ruled out despite Dublin being 'the slowest city centre in Europe'

Luxembourg rolled out free public transport last year.

Revenue worker who was fired after being caught 'red handed' selling contraband cigarettes loses appeal against dismissal

The details of the case are disclosed in a Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) ruling.

Justice Department hit with €27,000 levy by Dublin City Council for vacant site it is trying to transfer to the council

The site at 51A Old Kilmainham Road, Dublin 8, has been vacant for a number of years.

Defence Forces planning to spend estimated €700k on new Escort of Honour motorbike fleet

A cavalry motorcycle Escort of Honour is normally provided by the Defence Forces on ceremonial occasion.

Rotunda hospital chief warns of 'intolerable safety crisis' for premature babies Exclusive

Intensive care unit saw outbreak of infection affect eight babies – with the death of one infant referred to coroner.