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  • Broadcaster Chris Donoghue to leave Newstalk for government job alongside Simon Coveney

    18 November 2017 10:34 1

    BROADCASTER CHRIS DONOGHUE is leaving his job at Newstalk to take up a post next to Simon Coveney in the Department of Foreign Affairs. Donoghue has been a member of the Newstalk roster for 14 years, and was appointed as group political editor for Communicorp less than three months ago. Prior to that, Donoghue presented the Drivetime evening show on Newstalk

  • Violent teen ‘will harm girl he defiled’ if bailed

    18 November 2017 00:00 2

    At Ennis Circuit Court, Sgt John Casey said he has “grave concerns” that the 19-year-old male “poses a personal risk to the safety of the injured party”. The teenager has pleaded guilty to engaging in sexual intercourse with the girl on three separate occasions. The accused has admitted having sex with the girl on three dates between December 1, 2014, and July 31, 2015, contrary

  • Knock on delays for Dart services during Friday rush hour after incident at Sydney Parade

    17 November 2017 16:33 1

    Service is suspended between Lansdowne Road and Dun Laoghaire. DART SERVICES ARE only operating between Howth/Malahide and Lansdowne Road, and between Dun Laoghaire to Greystones this evening after an incident caused delays. An Irish Rail spokesperson told TheJournal.ie that knock on delays can be expected for all Dart services. It will mean that people

  • It's a frosty, frosty morning out there. Take care on the roads now

    17 November 2017 07:48 3

    There’s some mist and fog about too. Parts of Leinster are worst hit. MOTORISTS ARE BEING advised to take care on the roads this morning, as frost and icy patches are being reported in many areas. Parts of Leinster and east Ulster are worst hit. Drivers are being advised to give themselves extra time to de-ice their cars. The misty conditions are expected

  • Digital sales more profitable for musicians than CDs and records

    17 November 2017 00:00 4

    According to a new report by the Irish Music Rights Organisation (IMRO), 2015 saw the first increase in global music sales in nearly two decades, with digital revenues overtaking physical revenues for the first time. This was mirrored in Ireland where digital revenues in that year at €16.3m surpassed physical revenues at €16m for the first time. Growth

  • Appeal for 17-year-old missing from Limerick since Sunday

    16 November 2017 14:17 3

    Lauren was last seen Avoca, Co Wicklow. GARDAÍ ARE APPEALING for the public’s help in locating 17-year-old Lauren Larrissey Brennan who is missing from Limerick. She is described as being 5’7″ with long, light brown hair with blue eyes. When last seen she was wearing a navy tracksuit with a white stripe and pink runners. Anyone who has seen Lauren or who can assist

  • Man who allegedly carried loaded gun on Dublin-Belfast train to be tried at non-jury Special Criminal Court

    16 November 2017 12:13 1

    23-year-old Ciaran Ryan was charged with three firearms offences following the July incident. A MAN ACCUSED of carrying a loaded gun on a Dublin-to-Belfast train will be tried at the non-jury Special Criminal Court. In July, at Dublin District Court, Ciaran Ryan (23), with an address at Summerhill, Dublin 1, was charged with three firearms offences – possession

  • Australian diplomat dies after fall from New York building

    16 November 2017 10:38 8

    Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the death of Simpson was a “shocking tragedy”. AN AUSTRALIAN DIPLOMAT who had angered a woman’s husband and then sought to prove himself with a risky game of trust on a seventh-floor terrace near the Empire State Building fell to his death, police said. The diplomat, Julian Simpson, and other people had gone on an apartment

  • Trump says that 'twisted' North Korea won't subject the world to 'nuclear blackmail'

    15 November 2017 22:45

    US PRESIDENT DONALD Trump has vowed a global campaign of “maximum pressure” on North Korea, warning Pyongyang will not subject the world to “nuclear blackmail.” Lauding an almost two week trip to Asia that was long on pomp but – critics say – short on achievements, Trump said he had successfully galvanized opposition to North Korean proliferation

  • Pictures: Giant whale washes up on iconic beach in Rio de Janeiro

    15 November 2017 22:31 3

    “I’ve never seen one so close, I would have liked to have had the chance to save it,” said one local resident. THE DECOMPOSING BODY of a dead humpback whale surprised swimmers when it washed up on Rio de Janeiro’s iconic Ipanema beach today. Curious onlookers approached a cordon to take photographs of the humpback, whose 14-metre-long carcass gave off a putrid