Advertisement
This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to provide services and advertising. By continuing to browse, you agree to the use of cookies described in our Cookies Policy. You may change your settings at any time but this may impact on the functionality of the site. To learn more see our Cookies Policy.
OK
Dublin: 17 °C Tuesday 17 July, 2018

Irish - Today’s News

The average house price is lower than €250,000 in just TWO Dublin postcodes

The county with the lowest average house price was Longford at €101,587.

Over 10,000 protected lamprey fish killed in suspected chemical poisoning

Inland Fisheries Ireland estimates that it will take several years for the species to recover.

Ryanair cancels 24 flights this Friday due to ongoing pilots' strike

All the cancelled flights are between Ireland and the UK.

Woman dies in Galway farm accident

It is understood that there were livestock in the field at the time.

HSE launches new advice campaign as cocaine use returns to Celtic Tiger levels

In 2016 there were more than 1,000 drug treatment cases where cocaine was the main substance reported.

Limerick banned from signing players as squad meets SIPTU to discuss possibility of strike action

FAI officials sat down with the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division club last night in an effort to resolve the issue of outstanding player payments.

Hard Rock Hotel to open in Dublin in 2020

It will be based in the city centre.

Magic mushrooms, MDMA and €25k worth of cannabis seized in Kerry grow house

The drugs were found following a planned search of a house in Cahereen Heights, Castleisland at around 5.30pm.

From The42 'It's fantastic for us — the club was dead eight years ago, we're in the Champions League now' Uphill Task

'It's fantastic for us — the club was dead eight years ago, we're in the Champions League now'

John Caulfield looks ahead to Cork City’s second-leg clash with Legia Warsaw this evening in Poland.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

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

Poll: Should it be mandatory for the national anthem to be taught in school? National Anthem This post contains a poll

Poll: Should it be mandatory for the national anthem to be taught in school?

A new report is due before the Seanad this afternoon.

Ireland is set to get its first ever technological university

Nearly €10 million has been pumped into the project so far.

Showers across the country today - but drought warnings remain in place

There will be little change to soil moisture.

Hutch associate who survived previous attempts on his life was target of latest Kinahan murder attempt

Two men are still being questioned in relation to the incident.

Column: 'We are required to provide a sick cert to cover the period of absence to give birth'

If we have any hope of enticing more women into public office here in Ireland, the existing policy on maternity supports and arrangements needs significant reform, writes Senator Lorraine Clifford-Lee.

'The gap was closing': Ennis diver Jim Warny on the fear and elation of the Thai cave rescue

Warny spoke to RTÉ’s Philip Boucher Hayes in his first in-depth interview since returning home to Co Clare.

Hikers warned of 'heat exhaustion' as warm spell leads to spike in mountain rescue callouts

The Glen of Imaal Mountain Rescue Team has reported over 60 callouts so far this year.

Dublin City Council issues €500k tender for homeless accommodation booking system

The contract also includes the provision of training for staff who will be using the system.

Two fraudsters told they must pay €23k for private detectives who tracked them down

The two men hired a Ford Fiesta at Dublin Airport so they could “crash” it into another car in a staged accident.

Just 93 prosecutions after 6,000 rubbish bags dumped in Dublin city's 'worst litter blackspot'

The area is thought to be the most littered part of Dublin.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

'They are against their own people': McDonald slams those who attacked Gerry Adams' home

A rally in support of Adams and Bobby Storey was held in Belfast today.

From The42 FAI to impose sanctions on Bray Wanderers after failing to pay players before deadline Still Waiting This post contains videos

FAI to impose sanctions on Bray Wanderers after failing to pay players before deadline

PFAI general secretary Stephen McGuinness has indicated that strike action is likely to go ahead ‘if the commitments that were given aren’t adhered to’.

Bald, ginger, and curly-headed emojis among 70 new icons coming to iPhones

A cold face, party face, pleading face and a face with hearts are also included in the new set.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Feud murder foiled, Trump meets Putin and the French World Cup returns home to a heroes welcome – it’s your evening fix.

SPONSORED

Two men arrested in Dublin on the way to carry out planned feud murder

The men were arrested on the Howth Road in north Dublin.

Gardaí upgrade Waterford assault case to murder investigation following postmortem

A 27-year-old man died after suffering a number of head injuries.

Gardai renew appeal for information over teenager (16) missing since April

He was last seen in Ballina on 3 April.

14 people hospitalised after suspected ammonia leak in Kilkeel

The incident happened at 12.30pm this afternoon.

Dublin man jailed for attempting to murder teen at Hell Fire Club

Michael Corbett was sentenced to nine years in prison but six of them were suspended.

People who have been granted asylum are staying in direct provision due to lack of housing

The number of people in direct provision has increased by 22% since March 2017.

Man charged with assault following death of his father at the weekend

The pensioner died on Saturday.

Stand-off between gardaí and locals at protest against clinic which 'treats sex offenders'

The gates to the clinic were shut with bike locks, which had to be removed by gardaí.

From The42 Analysis: Kickouts, turnovers and subs - how Galway claimed historic win over Kerry Expert View

Analysis: Kickouts, turnovers and subs - how Galway claimed historic win over Kerry

The42′s columnist Sean Murphy takes a closer look at how Galway recorded a first championship win in 53 years over Kerry.

Garda who suffered PTSD after shotgun was fired at him awarded €250,000 in compensation

The now-retired Garda was later awarded the Scott Medal for bravery

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

From The42 Super 8s power rankings after opening weekend of GAA's new football format Opinion

Super 8s power rankings after opening weekend of GAA's new football format

Galway and Tyrone have both jumped up the pecking order.

'The find of a lifetime': Megalithic passage tomb dating back 5,500 years found in Co Meath

To date, two burial chambers have been discovered within the western part of the main passage.

1 2 3 4 5