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  • Half of FF TDs vote against Eighth referendum

    22 March 2018 00:00

    The major push-back took place as a Government minister lashed out at the attempt to gag the public last night, claiming any strategy to prevent a national abortion vote is “an affront to democracy”. In a key second stage vote yesterday, the Dáil voted by 110 TDs to 32 to support the referendum bill formally allowing an Eighth Amendment referendum

  • PHOTOS: Take a look around Dermot Bannon's home

    21 March 2018 22:04

    The Dublin property is on the market for €649,000. The architect has become a household name in recent years thanks to the success of RTÉ’s Room to Improve. The show follows Bannon as he helps members of the public create their dream homes. The house on Bantry Road in Drumcondra is listed for sale with auctioneers DNG. The listing for the property describes

  • Sinn Féin TD Carol Nolan suspended from party after voting against legislation to allow for referendum

    21 March 2018 17:40

    SINN FÉIN TD Carol Nolan has been suspended from the party after she voted against legislation to allow for the upcoming referendum on the Eighth Amendment. Sinn Féin Whip Aengus Ó Snodaigh told Nolan that she had been suspended for a period of three months. Nolan was the only one of the party’s 23 TDs to vote against the bill passing. “It is long standing

  • Second stage of Eighth Amendment bill passes by large majority in Dáil

    21 March 2018 13:35

    The second stage of the bill was passed by 110 votes to 32. THE DÁIL HAS approved the second stage of the Eighth Amendment bill that will form the basis of the referendum on the Eighth Amendment. The passing of this stage of the Thirty-Sixth Amendment of the Constitution Bill 2018 now allows the Dáil to begin considering possible amendments in the Committee

  • Appeal for witnesses after 17-year-old died in Limerick accident

    21 March 2018 12:46

    Three other males were injured when the car they were in struck a ditch. GARDAÍ ARE APPEALING for witnesses after a 17-year-old died in a car accident in Limerick in the early hours of Tuesday morning. It happened at Tubberyquinn, Ballyneety just after midnight on 20 March. The teenager died and three other males were injured when the car they were in struck

  • Aldi Ireland recalls mini fryers due to electrical fault

    21 March 2018 11:43

    Over 4,000 of the appliances were sold in Ireland. ALDI IRELAND IS carrying out a voluntary recall of the Ambiano Mini Fryers it sold. Because of an electrical fault, there’s a concern that the product could overheat and become a safety risk. Dublin Fire Brigade shared the message from the message on the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission

  • Pope Francis to celebrate Mass in the Phoenix Park on Sunday, 26 August

    21 March 2018 09:56

    The Pope will be in Ireland for the World Meeting of Families. POPE FRANCIS WILL arrive in Dublin on Saturday 25 August and will be the chief celebrant at a Holy Mass in the Phoenix Park the following day. The Pope’s attendance in Ireland for the World Meeting of Families was previously known but the date of his arrival has now also been confirmed

  • Danny Healy-Rae criticised for 'vile comments' in the Dáil about abortion

    21 March 2018 08:52

    The Independent TD had himself been criticising Minister Simon Harris. COMMENTS BY DANNY HEALY-Rae TD made in the Dáil last night have been labelled as “vile” by campaigners who help parents in cases of fatal foetal abnormality. The Independent TD was speaking late last night as the Dáil debated the bill that would pave the way for a summer referendum

  • Brexit could increase cost of milk, cheese and eggs by 46%

    21 March 2018 06:15

    A hard Brexit could increase the cost of living by up to €1,300 per Irish household per year. A HARD BREXIT would increase the cost of living for all households in Ireland by 2% to 3.1% – an annual increase of €892 to €1,360 per household, according to the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI). Costs would rise the most for lower-income

  • Little Eugene finally gets a headstone, over 100 years since death in Rising

    21 March 2018 00:00

    More than a century on, a headstone will be placed on Friday on the previously unmarked grave of one of the 40 children killed during the 1916 Rising. Eugene Lynch was eight when he died from “the effects of a bullet wound” after being shot by a soldier. RTÉ’s Joe Duffy, the author of Children of the Rising, traced the details of Eugene’s death as part of his continuing