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Number of patients wating for hospital beds inches towards 550 | BreakingNews.ie Number of patients wating for hospital beds inches towards 550
There are 541 patients waiting for hospital beds around the country today, according to the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Survey finds urban-rural divide among TDs over abortion | BreakingNews.ie Survey finds urban-rural divide among TDs over abortion
A new survey shows there is an urban-rural divide when it comes to TDs' views on abortion.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
'An icon, a huge talent and a distinctive voice' - Shocked fans and friends pay tribute to Dolores O'Riordan | Dublin Live 'An icon, a huge talent and a distinctive voice' - Shocked fans and friends pay tribute to Dolores O'Riordan
Odes to the legendary Irish singer have flooded in as police continue their investigation into the tragic star's death
Dublin Live | January 16, 2018
Man jailed for 10 years for organising vehicles used in tiger kidnapping | BreakingNews.ie Man jailed for 10 years for organising vehicles used in tiger kidnapping
A Meath resident who organised vehicles used in a 2010 tiger kidnapping has been jailed for ten years after being extradited back from Spain.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Latest: Emotional appeal for missing 33-year-old to return home | BreakingNews.ie Latest: Emotional appeal for missing 33-year-old to return home
The family of missing man Michael Cullen has made an emotional appeal for his return.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Farmers call for better share of retail prices from 'modern-day dictators' | BreakingNews.ie Farmers call for better share of retail prices from 'modern-day dictators'
They also want the CAP budget to be pursued with "determination" in Brexit talks.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Council yet to act on 2015 report on sexual harassment on streets of Dublin | BreakingNews.ie Council yet to act on 2015 report on sexual harassment on streets of Dublin
Dublin City Council is being urged to act on a report which says sexual harassment is a "significant threat" to women in public spaces.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Survey: More than 80% of Irish adults think society still stigmatises mental health | BreakingNews.ie Survey: More than 80% of Irish adults think society still stigmatises mental health
A survey has found that 81% of people still think that mental health has a stigma attached to it.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Cllr calls for answers as Council admits to contact from Church of Scientology | BreakingNews.ie Cllr calls for answers as Council admits to contact from Church of Scientology
A Fine Gael Councillor is calling for answers after Meath Co. Council confirmed they were contacted by an off-shoot organisation of the Church of Scientology in relation to a controversial development in Ballivor.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Ireland sees biggest fall in unemployment for eurozone OECD countries | BreakingNews.ie Ireland sees biggest fall in unemployment for eurozone OECD countries
Ireland recorded the largest decrease in unemployment among eurozone OECD countries in November.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Clerys directors were ‘actively misled’ on store closure | BreakingNews.ie Clerys directors were ‘actively misled’ on store closure
Two former directors of the company which operated Dublin’s landmark Clerys store were “actively misled” into believing the business would continue as a going concern after its sale on June 12, 2015, the High Court has been told.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Applications for Irish passports from Britain overtake the North for first time | BreakingNews.ie Applications for Irish passports from Britain overtake the North for first time
For the first time ever, the number of applications for an Irish passport in Britain have overtaken numbers applying from the North.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Gardaí helping PSNI in search for missing 33-year-old | BreakingNews.ie Gardaí helping PSNI in search for missing 33-year-old
33-year-old Michael Cullen was last seen at his home in North Belfast last week. 
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Jury shown three assault rifles believed to have been used in Regency attack | BreakingNews.ie Jury shown three assault rifles believed to have been used in Regency attack
Three assault rifles believed to be used in a shooting at the Regency Hotel in Dublin have been shown to a murder trial.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Taoiseach refuses to say whether he’ll meet victims of Bill Kenneally | BreakingNews.ie Taoiseach refuses to say whether he’ll meet victims of Bill Kenneally
“We don’t want to jeopardise any potential future prosecutions.”
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Conflicting accounts of alleged rape in Cork were "false memories" | BreakingNews.ie Conflicting accounts of alleged rape in Cork were "false memories"
A woman who alleges she was raped by two men following a concert by American singer Jason Derulo says her evidence was the whole truth, and conflicting accounts given to three different individuals in the hours after the alleged incident were “false memories”.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Teenager awarded €55,000 after falling off scooter | Dublin Live Teenager awarded €55,000 after falling off scooter
It was claimed works had been carried out on the road in an allegedly unworkmanlike manner
Dublin Live | January 16, 2018
Families of adults with disabilities suffering 'a real crisis every single day' | BreakingNews.ie Families of adults with disabilities suffering 'a real crisis every single day'
Families of adults with disabilities are experiencing “a real crisis every single day” due to the lack of residential care places in Cork.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Baby died due to toxic effects of cocaine, inquest | BreakingNews.ie Baby died due to toxic effects of cocaine, inquest
A stillborn baby died due to the toxic effects of cocaine, an inquest has heard.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Man, 45, had taken viagra the night before his death following fall, inquest hears | BreakingNews.ie Man, 45, had taken viagra the night before his death following fall, inquest hears
A man who took viagra the night before his death fell and died in unexplained circumstances the following day, an inquest has heard. 
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Europe’s 'door remains open' to second Brexit referendum | BreakingNews.ie Europe’s 'door remains open' to second Brexit referendum
The European Union’s two most senior officials have said "our door remains open" to Britain holding a second referendum which could cancel Brexit amid growing speculation a fresh vote may take place.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Billy Kelleher: Abortion referendum process being undermined by Taoiseach | BreakingNews.ie Billy Kelleher: Abortion referendum process being undermined by Taoiseach
The process of setting up an abortion referendum is being undermined by the Taoiseach, according to Fianna Fáil’s health spokesperson. 
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Judge discharges jury in second retrial of Cavan child-minder Sandra Higgins | BreakingNews.ie Judge discharges jury in second retrial of Cavan child-minder Sandra Higgins
A judge has discharged the jury in the second retrial of a Cavan child-minder accused of causing serious harm to a baby because of a legal issue.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Government urged to ban free bets as part of new gambling regulations | BreakingNews.ie Government urged to ban free bets as part of new gambling regulations
Spot checks at bookies and online intervention are just some of the measures that could be introduced to control gambling.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Two due in courts in different counties in connection with money laundering probe | BreakingNews.ie Two due in courts in different counties in connection with money laundering probe
Two men are due in court in connection with a money laundering investigation involving funds from a life assurance company.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Sean Hughes' rap lyrics read out to mourners as tragic 15-year-old is laid to rest | Dublin Live Sean Hughes' rap lyrics read out to mourners as tragic 15-year-old is laid to rest
Mourners at his funeral mass at St Canice’s Church, Finglas Village, listened to lyrics written by the avid rapper, nicknamed 'lil red'
Dublin Live | January 16, 2018
Dublin man wins €50,000 on scratch card and makes amazing gesture with prize money | Dublin Live Dublin man wins €50,000 on scratch card and makes amazing gesture with prize money
The lucky ticket was purchased at the Supervalu store in Fairgreen, Naas
Dublin Live | January 16, 2018
Finance Minister to take questions on tracker scandal from Oireachtas committee | BreakingNews.ie Finance Minister to take questions on tracker scandal from Oireachtas committee
The Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe will appear before an Oireachtas committee today to be questioned about the tracker mortgage scandal.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Brexit, 8th Amendment, drink driving and trolley crisis top agenda for returning TDs | BreakingNews.ie Brexit, 8th Amendment, drink driving and trolley crisis top agenda for returning TDs
The Dáil returns today after the Christmas break with Brexit, drink driving and the trolley crisis topping the agenda at the start of a busy political year.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Gusts of 110km/h expected on top of snow, ice and flood warnings | BreakingNews.ie Gusts of 110km/h expected on top of snow, ice and flood warnings
Weather alerts are in force around the country today for snow, ice, high winds and flooding.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Inner City Helping Homeless to hand letter of protest to Taoiseach | BreakingNews.ie Inner City Helping Homeless to hand letter of protest to Taoiseach
Campaigners are planning to hand a letter of protest to the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar today at Government buildings to highlight child homelessness.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Carer stole €600 from intellectually disabled client | BreakingNews.ie Carer stole €600 from intellectually disabled client
A paid carer companion pleaded guilty yesterday to a charge of stealing €600 from a woman with a mild intellectual disability.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Gardaí to begin review into Kerry babies case | BreakingNews.ie Gardaí to begin review into Kerry babies case
A garda review of the death of a baby whose murder is bound forever to one of the most divisive sagas in modern Irish history gets under way today.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Court hears Regency Hotel shooting victim died of six high-velocity gunshots | BreakingNews.ie Court hears Regency Hotel shooting victim died of six high-velocity gunshots
A crowd outside the Regency Hotel in Dublin was "extremely hostile" and offered no information to a garda who had arrived on the scene after a fatal shooting there, the Special Criminal Court has heard.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Four escape injury after two-car collision amid hail downpour in Clare | BreakingNews.ie Four escape injury after two-car collision amid hail downpour in Clare
Four people escaped injury after two cars crashed in poor conditions on the M18 in Co Clare this morning.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Dublin man splits €50k scratch card win with best friend - 'He's been my best pal since we were nippers' | BreakingNews.ie Dublin man splits €50k scratch card win with best friend - 'He's been my best pal since we were nippers'
A kind hearted Dublin man, who won €50,000 on a National Lottery scratch card, has surprised his best friend by splitting the windfall with him 50:50.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Man whose wife, 34, died during surgery at National Maternity Hospital settles court action | BreakingNews.ie Man whose wife, 34, died during surgery at National Maternity Hospital settles court action
A man whose wife died during surgery for an ectopic pregnancy at the National Maternity Hospital, Dublin, has settled his High Court action.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Gerry Adams’ conviction for jail breaks challenged on technicality | BreakingNews.ie Gerry Adams’ conviction for jail breaks challenged on technicality
The imprisonment of Gerry Adams more than 40 years ago was unlawful because of flaws in the detention process, the Court of Appeal in Belfast has heard.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
More than 30 ministers set for St Patrick’s Day trips | BreakingNews.ie More than 30 ministers set for St Patrick’s Day trips
The government has revealed where ministers are being sent for St Patrick’s Day.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Kerry Babies: Gardaí 'likely to offer apology' for their handling of case | BreakingNews.ie Kerry Babies: Gardaí 'likely to offer apology' for their handling of case
Gardaí this afternoon are likely to offer an apology for their handling of the Kerry Babies case.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Four weather warnings in place ahead of Storm Fionn | BreakingNews.ie Four weather warnings in place ahead of Storm Fionn
Four weather warnings are in place across the country as Storm Fionn approaches. 
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Tyre collection firm faces court action after accusations it mislead customers | BreakingNews.ie Tyre collection firm faces court action after accusations it mislead customers
The Government approved body tasked with running the national tyre recycling scheme has launched High Court proceedings against a tyre collection firm it claims is misleading customers and others in the tyre business.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Woman left Ireland because of alleged rape on Jason Derulo’s tour bus | BreakingNews.ie Woman left Ireland because of alleged rape on Jason Derulo’s tour bus
A woman who claims she was raped by two men on Jason Derulo’s tour bus has told their trial she left Ireland because of what happened.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Protester tackled by Canadian Ambassador apologises publicly for interrupting 1916 event | BreakingNews.ie Protester tackled by Canadian Ambassador apologises publicly for interrupting 1916 event
A protester who was tackled by the Canadian Ambassador at a 1916 commemoration ceremony in Dublin has avoided a jail sentence and a criminal record.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Mother who conned way into elderly woman’s home is jailed for three years | BreakingNews.ie Mother who conned way into elderly woman’s home is jailed for three years
A Dublin mother-of-three who conned her way into an elderly dementia sufferer’s home by pretending she was an acquaintance has been jailed for three years for burglary.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
School girl who injured elbow in scooter fall settles action for €55,000 | BreakingNews.ie School girl who injured elbow in scooter fall settles action for €55,000
A school girl who injured her elbow and has been left with a scar after she fell off her flicker scooter when it hit a pothole has settled her High Court action for €55,000.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Gerry Adams begins High court bid to overturn 1970s convictions for Maze Prison breaks | BreakingNews.ie Gerry Adams begins High court bid to overturn 1970s convictions for Maze Prison breaks
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has launched a legal bid to overturn two historical convictions for attempting to escape from prison.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Runaway success of Mrs Browns Boys secures Brendan O’Carroll and wife €2.8m windfall | BreakingNews.ie Runaway success of Mrs Browns Boys secures Brendan O’Carroll and wife €2.8m windfall
That’s nice … the runaway global success of Brendan O’Carroll’s foul mouthed mammy, Agnes Browne has resulted in Brendan O’Carroll and his wife, Jennifer Gibney sharing a dividend windfall of over €2.8m in the last two years.
BreakingNews.ie | January 16, 2018
Man whose unprovoked punch caused solicitor catastrophic brain injuries jailed for 6.5 years | BreakingNews.ie Man whose unprovoked punch caused solicitor catastrophic brain injuries jailed for 6.5 years
A man who claimed he was a boxer and who assaulted a solicitor in a completely unprovoked one-punch attack, causing catastrophic brain injuries, has been jailed for six and a half years.
BreakingNews.ie | January 15, 2018
Teenage girl rescued from River Fergus in Co Clare by two passers-by | BreakingNews.ie Teenage girl rescued from River Fergus in Co Clare by two passers-by
A teenage girl is recovering in hospital after she was rescued by two passers-by from a river in Co Clare.
BreakingNews.ie | January 15, 2018