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  • Trinity College Dublin trying to recover €1m lost to email fraud

    19 June 2018 00:37

    Trinity College Dublin is still trying to recover almost €1m lost to a computer fraud at its fundraising wing last year. The university was left on the hook for amounts obtained by scammers from Trinity Foundation donors. It is believed they had received a fraudulent email, purporting to be from the foundation, directing them to send donations to alternative

  • State took €70m hit on water charge refunds

    19 June 2018 00:37

    The €100 grant had been paid to householders on a universal basis, including to many who claimed they never actually paid any water charges. A briefing note prepared for the Department of Housing showed how three options were given on how to refund households that had paid their water bills. The document was only released after nearly a year-long battle

  • Anger at revised electoral areas in county Cork

    18 June 2018 23:00

    County councillors representing north-west Cork have reacted angrily to the redrawing of electoral areas by the Local Electoral Boundary Commission, with a senior council official saying the fall-out from it “will present challenges” to the local authority. Standing orders were suspended at a meeting of the council’s Northern Division yesterday after

  • Local residents plea: ‘Cork Harbour has to be protected’

    18 June 2018 23:00

    The move comes nearly three weeks after An Bord Pleanála announced its decision to give the go-ahead to a controversial €160m 240,000 tonnes-per-annum waste incinerator at Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour. Harbour resident Sue Walsh, who together with husband Nick owns leading blind manufacturing company Acme Blinds, said they will be pledging support as a company

  • Jean-Claude Juncker en route to show support for Irish Brexit stance

    18 June 2018 23:00

    In a clear show of unity and support for the Irish position ahead of this month’s EU Council meeting, Mr Juncker will fly into Dublin on Thursday, along with Europe’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier. It had initially been hoped that post-Brexit border arrangements would be signed off on at the upcoming meeting of European leaders. However, with little

  • Minster Donohoe to resist spending €3.2bn

    18 June 2018 23:00

    The Government looks set to resist mounting political pressures to spend the full €3.2bn available to it in October’s budget. Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe is likely to implement measures in a bid to avoid the economy overheating. Today, the Cabinet is set to agree a summer economic statement (SES) which will outline the deficit the Government’s plans

  • Controversial Ronaldo bust swapped at Madeira airport

    18 June 2018 20:30

    The original was swapped on Friday. THE CONTROVERSIAL BRONZE bust of Cristiano Ronaldo at the airport on Madeira which bears his name has been replaced. “This bust is much better than the other one, that’s what everyone thinks,” Hugo Aveiro, brother of the five-time Ballon d’or, winner, told the Diario de Noticias da Madeira newspaper. “A Spanish sculptor

  • Poll: Should Ireland have a dedicated transport police?

    18 June 2018 07:47

    New figures show a spike in anti-social behaviour on trains. THERE HAVE BEEN calls for a dedicated transport police to be established to combat rising anti-social behaviour on public transport. The calls come as figures obtained by RTÉ show that anti-social behaviour on Iarnród Éireann trains has jumped by 43% in a two-year period. There were over 1,000 separate

  • Man killed and two injured after car hits bridge in Clare

    18 June 2018 06:59

    The deceased was a back seat passenger in the car. A MAN HAS been killed and two other people have been injured in a road crash in Co Clare. The single-vehicle crash occurred at 4.15am at Caherogan, Miltown Malbay. A 30-year-old man who was a rear seat passenger was fatally injured when the car collided with a bridge. The 28-year-old male driver and a 26-year-old

  • It's going to be a cloudy week with some rain, but the sun could be back for the weekend

    18 June 2018 06:07

    Today will will have some short sunny spells in eastern areas, but it will be mostly cloudy. THE WEEK IS set to be mostly cloudy with some spells of rain, but there’s a good chance of warm weather for next weekend. According to Met Éireann, today will have some short sunny spells in eastern areas, but it will be mostly cloudy. There will be a few spots