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Commuters warned to expect delays after three early morning collisions - Irish Independent;

Commuters warned to expect delays after three early morning collisions - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentCommuters warned to expect delays after three early morning collisionsIrish IndependentCommuters are warned to expect delays throughout the country this morning after reports of three collisions. There is a collision inbound on the N7/Naas Rd at J3 Citywest in the right lane. Delays back to J6 Castlewarden.Dublin traffic: Three rush hour crashes cause commuter chaos across the capitalDublin Liveall 2 news articles »

Water restrictions extended on two Aran islands - RTE.ie;

Water restrictions extended on two Aran islands - RTE.ie

RTE.ieWater restrictions extended on two Aran islandsRTE.ieWater restrictions on two of the Aran Islands are to be extended, due to low levels of supply. Irish Water imposed night-time restrictions on the public supply earlier this month on Inis Mór and Inis Oírr. From tomorrow, this will be extended from 9pm ...Aran Islands water restrictions extendedConnacht Tribune Groupall 2 news articles »

Brexit hasn't stemmed flow of UK stag and hen parties travelling abroad - The Independent;

Brexit hasn't stemmed flow of UK stag and hen parties travelling abroad - The Independent

The IndependentBrexit hasn't stemmed flow of UK stag and hen parties travelling abroadThe IndependentThe Irish entrepreneur, who organises stag and hen parties in northwest Ireland, feared the worst as the pound plunged after the UK voted to exit the European Union last year. Now his biggest concern is finding enough seats at his Lola Montez nightclub ...High-profile Brexit legal challenge struck out by Irish courtIrish IndependentDemand for Irish passports soars after BrexitSky NewsSurge in demand for Irish passports in wake of Brexit referendumBelfast TelegraphQuartz -STV News -Irish Times -Belfast Newsletterall 39 news articles »

Newsround: what Tuesday's papers say - Sunday Business Post;

Newsround: what Tuesday's papers say - Sunday Business Post

Irish TimesNewsround: what Tuesday's papers saySunday Business PostSt. Vincent's hospitals to drop Catholic guidelines and up to 50 ill due to salmonella outbreak. Jane O'Sullivan. By Jane O'Sullivan May 30, 2017. Share this article: The top stories in Tuesday's newspapers: THE IRISH TIMES. - Ethical guidelines based ...Five things you need to know todayIrish Timesall 2 news articles »

Questions asked over Donegals 'low' allocation in home adaptation funding - Highland Radio;

Questions asked over Donegals 'low' allocation in home adaptation funding - Highland Radio

Highland RadioQuestions asked over Donegals 'low' allocation in home adaptation fundingHighland RadioSerious questions are being asked of Donegal's latest allocation in funding to improve the homes of older people and people with a disability. Yesterday, Minister for Housing Simon Coveney announced that almost €60 million will be made available ...Questions raised over allocation of grants to improve housing for Donegal's elderly and people with disabilitiesDonegal Nowall 2 news articles »

Varadkar's property tax cut for Dublin homeowners - Irish Independent;

Varadkar's property tax cut for Dublin homeowners - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentVaradkar's property tax cut for Dublin homeownersIrish IndependentFine Gael leadership front-runner Leo Varadkar wants to change how the property tax is collected and distributed, which would significantly benefit homeowners in Dublin and the commuter belt. The Social Protection Minister said councils should be ...Obair staff cuts a blow to local servicesThe Clare Heraldall 4 news articles »

'It's been one big nightmare', says mother of tragic fisherman Jamie - Herald.ie;

'It's been one big nightmare', says mother of tragic fisherman Jamie - Herald.ie

Herald.ie'It's been one big nightmare', says mother of tragic fisherman JamieHerald.ieThe family of tragic fisherman Jamie McAllister has described the last few days as a "bad dream" after his body was recovered from the sea off Skerries on Saturday. Speaking for the first time since the tragedy, Jamie's mum Elaine said it had been like ...Investigation To Begin After Fatal Trawler Incident Off SkerriesAfloatFamily of Irish fisherman who died after boat sank off Dublin coast pay heartbreaking tribute to him on beachThe Irish Sunall 3 news articles »

Family: Sonia's killer's guilty verdict a 'relief' - but sitting through trial was like a second death - Irish Independent;

Family: Sonia's killer's guilty verdict a 'relief' - but sitting through trial was like a second death - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentFamily: Sonia's killer's guilty verdict a 'relief' - but sitting through trial was like a second deathIrish IndependentThe family of Sonia Blount have described her killer's guilty verdict as a "relief", admitting they feared that he would get away with the shocking murder. Speaking for the first time since Eric Locke was jailed for life for the young mum's murder, her ...Family of Sonia Blount urge people to be wary of people they meet onlineBreakingNews.ieSister of murdered Sonia Blount speaks of relief at killer Eric Locke's jailingIrish Mirrorall 9 news articles »

Who is responsible for defamation on Facebook? - Irish Times;

Who is responsible for defamation on Facebook? - Irish Times

Irish TimesWho is responsible for defamation on Facebook?Irish TimesWhat redress is available to someone who suffers an incident similar to what happened to David Murray last Friday in Monasterevin? While publishers have control over the reader comment sections on their own websites, and usually have systems in place ...Gardai intervene after locals confront man incorrectly identified as sex offender on FacebookIrish IndependentMan mistaken for sex offender speaks out after being confronted by locals in KildareIrish MirrorMan mistaken for paedophile in Monasterevin speaks out against mob who hounded himLeinster Leader98FM -Buzz.ie -The Times (subscription)all 18 news articles »

Just one in four young homeless housed after two years, study finds - Irish Times;

Just one in four young homeless housed after two years, study finds - Irish Times

Irish TimesJust one in four young homeless housed after two years, study findsIrish TimesOnly a quarter of homeless young people tracked over a two year period under an academic study found stable accommodation at the end of that period. Five homeless charities have warned of a deepening youth homelessness crisis in Ireland with the ...Housing woes weigh most on minds of international students in IrelandStudy International Newsall 2 news articles »

Hundreds march on Dublin's Hellfire Club to protest €19m visitor centre - Irish Independent;

Hundreds march on Dublin's Hellfire Club to protest €19m visitor centre - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentHundreds march on Dublin's Hellfire Club to protest €19m visitor centreIrish IndependentHundreds of protesters marched to Dublin's Hellfire Club to protest against the proposed €19m tourist development of the site. Plans put forward by Dublin County Council include a visitor centre, restaurant, cafe and large car park. The council hopes ...Protest at Dublin's Hell Fire Club over €19m visitor centreIrish TimesHundreds protest over €19m plan to develop Hellfire ClubRTE.ieHundreds march at the Hellfire Club in protest of new visitor centre plans.Buzz.ieall 5 news articles »

Irish weather: Temperatures to remain high but wet day ahead - Irish Mirror;

Irish weather: Temperatures to remain high but wet day ahead - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorIrish weather: Temperatures to remain high but wet day aheadIrish MirrorMet Eireann predict highs of 19C in places, but it could feel very humid with a lack of sunshine. In a post on their website, the national forecaster wrote: "Today will be mostly cloudy, with outbreaks of rain and drizzle at first, mainly in parts of ...The mercury will hit 22 degrees this week... but it's not all good newsIrish IndependentDublin weather: Temperatures will remain hot today - but we won't escape the rainDublin LiveSummer weather will make a welcome return in the coming week, with temperatures reaching low 20s in placeshttp://theliberal.ie/ (press release) (blog)Get Surreyall 7 news articles »

Facebook chief lobbied Taoiseach over appointment of data protection commissioner - BreakingNews.ie;

Facebook chief lobbied Taoiseach over appointment of data protection commissioner - BreakingNews.ie

BreakingNews.ieFacebook chief lobbied Taoiseach over appointment of data protection commissionerBreakingNews.ieIt has emerged that Facebook chief Sheryl Sandberg lobbied the Taoiseach about who should be appointed Ireland's next data protection commissioner. It comes as the social media giant faces an investigation under new Data Protection Commissioner ...Revealed: How Facebook chief, Sheryl Sandberg, lobbied Taoiseach Enda Kenny over data protection role and taxationIrish Independentall 5 news articles »

Mugshot that shows how brave mum Sonia battled 'calculating and cold' killer Locke - Herald.ie;

Mugshot that shows how brave mum Sonia battled 'calculating and cold' killer Locke - Herald.ie

Herald.ieMugshot that shows how brave mum Sonia battled 'calculating and cold' killer LockeHerald.ieHe may have just begun a life sentence for the brutal murder of a young mother, but killer Eric Locke is already gaining a reputation behind bars as a "cold, calculating" and "scheming" monster. The former model, jailed for life on Friday for the ...Technology had a part in Sonia's death... and in delivering justiceIrish IndependentEvil Eric Locke who killed innocent Dublin mum Sonia Blount pressurised a former lover into having sex with another manThe Irish Sunall 5 news articles »

Commissioner's missing phone 'undermines' Charleton probe - Irish Independent;

Commissioner's missing phone 'undermines' Charleton probe - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentCommissioner's missing phone 'undermines' Charleton probeIrish IndependentThe tribunal investigating an alleged smear campaign against Garda whistleblower Sgt Maurice McCabe has been "completely undermined" following confirmation that a mobile phone belonging to Garda Commissioner Nóirín O'Sullivan has gone missing.Majority of voters believe Garda Commissioner should resignIrish TimesGarda chief's phone missing in smear probeThe Times (subscription)all 3 news articles »

Serious child protection failings detected in study of Garda - Irish Times;

Serious child protection failings detected in study of Garda - Irish Times

Irish TimesSerious child protection failings detected in study of GardaIrish TimesA comprehensive audit of the emergency removal of children from their families by gardaí has found evidence of serious failings in the State's child protection system. The forensic audit, of more than 5,400 cases over eight years recorded on the Garda ...Call for cultural change in child protection systemRTE.ieNew report shows 'systemic' failings in child protection systemBreakingNews.ieFoster firms refuse to take at-risk childrenThe Times (subscription)all 5 news articles »

Family rallies round parents of infant who died after being left in car - Irish Independent;

Family rallies round parents of infant who died after being left in car - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentFamily rallies round parents of infant who died after being left in carIrish IndependentFamily, friends, neighbours and workmates are trying to comfort a devastated Tipperary couple who lost their baby daughter in a tragedy described as every parent's worst nightmare. A post-mortem examination has been conducted at University Hospital ...Hundreds of mourners expected at funeral service of tragic car death tot Chloe FogartyIrish MirrorThe baby girl left in car for five hours in Co Tipperary died from the effects of overheating, post mortem revealsThe Irish Sun7-Month-Old Baby, Chloe Fogarty, Dies From Suspected Heat Stroke After Father Leaves Her In Hot Car For HoursThe InquisitrHerald.ie -Belfast Telegraphall 13 news articles »

Dublin ticket holder wins €4.5 million Lotto Jackpot - Irish Times;

Dublin ticket holder wins €4.5 million Lotto Jackpot - Irish Times

Irish TimesDublin ticket holder wins €4.5 million Lotto JackpotIrish TimesThere was one lucky winner of Saturday night's €4.5 million Lotto jackpot. The winning ticket was reportedly bought at An Post, George's Street Upper, Dun Laoghaire in south Dublin. The numbers drawn were: 2, 5, 12, 34, 41, 47 with bonus number 29.As one lucky winner scoops €4.5m, shop owner donates commission to charity... from mountaintopIrish IndependentThis is where the winning €4.5m Lotto ticket was bought in DublinJOEDid you do the lotto in Dublin? You may be waking up €4.5 million richer this morningthejournal.ieBirmingham Mail -CBC.ca -RTE.ie -Irish Mirrorall 47 news articles »

Search under way for missing crewman as fishing boat capsizes - Irish Independent;

Search under way for missing crewman as fishing boat capsizes - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentSearch under way for missing crewman as fishing boat capsizesIrish IndependentA massive search is under way for a missing crewman after his fishing boat capsized and sank just metres off the coast of Skerries. The skipper of the boat was rescued and rushed to Beaumont Hospital following the shocking incident off the coast of ...One fisherman missing, another in hospital after boat sinksIrish TimesFears grow for missing fisherman after trawler sinks in front of crowdsHerald.ieSearch for missing fisherman called off for the nightRTE.iethejournal.ie -TodayFM -Newstalk 106-108 fm -Belfast Telegraphall 21 news articles »

Community rallies around parents of tragic baby Chloe - Irish Independent;

Community rallies around parents of tragic baby Chloe - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentCommunity rallies around parents of tragic baby ChloeIrish IndependentA member of O'Dwyer Steel in Dundrum, Co Tipperary staff lays flowers. Photo: Mark Condren. Ralph Riegel and Ian Begley. May 27 2017 2:30 AM. 0 Comments. Community rallies around parents of tragic baby Chloe. Independent.ie. Gardaí fear ...Parents being comforted after baby's car deathIrish Examiner'I had to accept ... that I had killed him, my own son'Irish Times'Everyone is shell-shocked' as town grieves for baby ChloeHerald.ieIrish Mirror -RTE.ie -Daily Mail -Mirror.co.ukall 87 news articles »