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Dublin's Fruit and Vegetable Market to close today after 127 years

Friday August 23rd, 2019 08:09:00 AM
The site off Capel Street near Smithfield is being redeveloped, a process which could take over two years. The site off Capel Street near Smithfield is being redeveloped, a process which could take over two years.

Reynolds ‘less republican than Haughey but grasp on NI realities unclear’

Friday August 23rd, 2019 07:55:00 AM
The Fianna Fail leader and former Taoiseach was impatient for progress in February 1992. The Fianna Fail leader and former Taoiseach was impatient for progress in February 1992.

Taoiseach: Ireland will fight Mercosur deal unless Brazil protects Amazon rainforest

Friday August 23rd, 2019 07:25:00 AM
'>Leo Varadkar has also criticised the Brazilian President for claiming that environmental groups were starting the fires to make him look bad, describing it as 'Orwellian. Leo Varadkar has also criticised the Brazilian President for claiming that environmental groups were starting the fires to make him look bad, describing it as 'Orwellian.

Green Cards no longer needed by Irish motorists in the UK after Brexit

Friday August 23rd, 2019 06:27:00 AM
'>Valid Irish insurance discs will now be accepted as proof of insurance for Irish registered vehicles. Valid Irish insurance discs will now be accepted as proof of insurance for Irish registered vehicles.

327 court cases involving sexual defilement of a child in the past decade

Friday August 23rd, 2019 06:53:00 AM
'>According to details released under the Freedom of Information Act, 22 cases have been directed to go to court this year. According to details released under the Freedom of Information Act, 22 cases have been directed to go to court this year.

Blood test ‘may detect ovarian cancer up to two years earlier’

Friday August 23rd, 2019 06:20:00 AM
'>Scientists developed a simple screening method involving a biomarker made up of four proteins seen together. Scientists developed a simple screening method involving a biomarker made up of four proteins seen together.

Windfarm owners face financial turbulence

Friday August 23rd, 2019 06:30:00 AM
Claims by the boss of John Laing that it has taken a financial hit on its farm here after assessing that the wind will blow less strongly than expected has perplexed other energy suppliers. Claims by the boss of John Laing that it has taken a financial hit on its farm here after assessing that the wind will blow less strongly than expected has perplexed other energy suppliers.

Strike fear over transport anti-social behaviour

Friday August 23rd, 2019 05:45:00 AM
'>Strikes and service withdrawals are expected to be threatened by transport workers in response to antisocial behaviour and jobs fears in the coming weeks and months. Strikes and service withdrawals are expected to be threatened by transport workers in response to antisocial behaviour and jobs fears in the coming weeks and months.

Drew Harris: Urgent meeting on Garda reforms

Friday August 23rd, 2019 07:15:00 AM
'>Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has summoned local commanders to a meeting in the Garda College, Templemore, next Monday on his new policing plan. Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has summoned local commanders to a meeting in the Garda College, Templemore, next Monday on his new policing plan.

School parking plans in Cloyne get green light

Friday August 23rd, 2019 04:50:00 AM
'>Plans for new vehicular access point and expanded parking facilities at a school in Cloyne, Co Cork, have been approved despite objections from a number of local residents. Plans for new vehicular access point and expanded parking facilities at a school in Cloyne, Co Cork, have been approved despite objections from a number of local residents.

Plan to publish Public Services Card report delayed

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 07:20:00 PM
'>A report which ruled that the expansion of the State’s Public Services Card (PSC) is illegal will not be published by the Department of Social Protection until such time as “a full consideration of the report is complete”. A report which ruled that the expansion of the State’s Public Services Card (PSC) is illegal will not be published by the Department of Social Protection until such time as “a full consideration of the report is complete”.

Anonymising abuse records expensive, archives council told

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 06:37:00 PM
Anonymising records and contacting institutional abuse survivors instead of sealing records for 75 years would involve “considerable expense” and “significant practical difficulties”. Anonymising records and contacting institutional abuse survivors instead of sealing records for 75 years would involve “considerable expense” and “significant practical difficulties”.

Government meeting with Adams after ceasefire showed ‘indecent haste’

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 11:01:00 PM
The Government’s decision to meet Gerry Adams after the IRA ceasefire showed “indecent haste”, British government officials have said. The Government’s decision to meet Gerry Adams after the IRA ceasefire showed “indecent haste”, British government officials have said.

Restructure will see 1,800 more gardaí on frontline

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 06:21:00 PM
'>The restructuring of An Garda Síochána must be funded and communities consulted, opposition parties say. The restructuring of An Garda Síochána must be funded and communities consulted, opposition parties say.

Most significant structural change’ in Garda history

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 11:00:00 PM
The State’s expert Garda reform agency says the restructuring announced by Garda Commissioner Drew Harris is a “significant step” towards better policing. The State’s expert Garda reform agency says the restructuring announced by Garda Commissioner Drew Harris is a “significant step” towards better policing.

Q&A: What you need to know as the Government decide to publish report on Public Services Card

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 05:31:00 PM
'>Does it change much, why is it controversial, and what's riding on the outcome? Does it change much, why is it controversial, and what's riding on the outcome?

‘Continuity IRA’ bombing a ‘deliberate attempt to kill police’

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 05:05:00 PM
Nobody was injured in the blast. Nobody was injured in the blast.

RSA hits out at 'disappointing demotion and devaluing' of road safety in Garda plan

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 04:50:00 PM
'>The Road Safety Authority is demanding an urgent meeting with the Garda Commissioner over what it calls a "disappointing demotion and devaluing" of road safety under changes to the Garda structure. The Road Safety Authority is demanding an urgent meeting with the Garda Commissioner over what it calls a "disappointing demotion and devaluing" of road safety under changes to the Garda structure.

Emissions of harmful refrigerant gas down by 69%

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 04:48:00 PM
'>Emissions of a refrigerant gas that is harmful to the environment dropped by more than two-thirds in Ireland in 2017, new data reveals. Emissions of a refrigerant gas that is harmful to the environment dropped by more than two-thirds in Ireland in 2017, new data reveals.

Advice for parents to help children on their first day of school

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 04:12:36 PM
The Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) is offering some practical advice to parents of children on their first day of school. The Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) is offering some practical advice to parents of children on their first day of school.

Justice Minister and UCC President back Muslim lecturer at centre of sinister 'execution' call

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 04:07:00 PM
The respected Muslim lecturer who received a sinister voicemail calling for his execution says he takes huge encouragement from all the messages of support which include a phone call from Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan and a strong statement from the President of UCC. The respected Muslim lecturer who received a sinister voicemail calling for his execution says he takes huge encouragement from all the messages of support which include a phone call from Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan and a strong statement from the President of UCC.

Over 33,000 products stopped over safety concerns in 2018

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 04:10:00 PM
'>The risks ranged from potential eye damage from sunglasses which did not provide UVA/UVB protection to fire hazards from unsafe phone chargers. The risks ranged from potential eye damage from sunglasses which did not provide UVA/UVB protection to fire hazards from unsafe phone chargers.

Climate change dominates RTÉ's new season schedule

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 03:56:00 PM
RTÉ has launched its new season schedule with an event at its headquarters stocked to the gills with razzmatazz and celebrity. RTÉ has launched its new season schedule with an event at its headquarters stocked to the gills with razzmatazz and celebrity.

Europe more united behind small countries like Ireland because of Brexit, Tánaiste says

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 03:36:57 PM
Brexit has only made Europe more united behind small countries such as Ireland and member states will not bow to Boris Johnson on the backstop the Tánaiste says. Brexit has only made Europe more united behind small countries such as Ireland and member states will not bow to Boris Johnson on the backstop the Tánaiste says.

Viewing porn does not cause sexual aggressiveness in teenage boys, Irish study finds

Thursday August 22nd, 2019 03:20:00 PM
A new Irish-led study of teenage boys has found that while viewing porn does not cause sexual aggressiveness, those who said they are sexually aggressive are more likely to have watched a lot of pornographic material. A new Irish-led study of teenage boys has found that while viewing porn does not cause sexual aggressiveness, those who said they are sexually aggressive are more likely to have watched a lot of pornographic material.

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