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  • Northern Ireland veteran ‘refusing medical treatment to have his day in court’

    22 October 2018 08:59

    A Northern Ireland veteran charged with attempted murder has reportedly turned down medical treatment so that he can appear in court. Dennis Hutchings, a 77-year-old former member of the Life Guards regiment, is accused in relation to the fatal shooting of a man with learning difficulties in 1974. The Daily Express reported that he is refusing treatment

  • Irish Examiner launches new brand campaign

    22 October 2018 08:47

    The Irish Examiner has witnessed many seismic shifts in Irish society since 1841— and has reported on all of them with a commitment to true journalism. That steadfast tradition continues today This extensive marketing campaign, launched at the beginning of October illustrates this continuity by showing a major event from the past, echoed by a major event

  • Around 30 injured as floor collapses at South Carolina clubhouse party

    22 October 2018 08:21

    THE FLOOR OF a condominium clubhouse near Clemson University in the US collapsed during a large private party yesterday, hurtling dozens of people into the basement, authorities have said. About 30 people were taken to local hospitals after the centre of the floor caved in at the clubhouse near the South Carolina university. Clemson City Police said nobody

  • POLL: How will you vote in the blasphemy referendum?

    22 October 2018 07:28 1

    Friday is Presidential election day, but there’s also a referendum on blasphemy. THE COUNTRY WILL go to the polls on Friday, but there’s more to be decided on then our next President. Voters will also be asked what do to about Ireland’s blasphemy laws in a referendum on the issue. At present, the Constitution says that publishing or saying something

  • ’Maurice McCabe has done the state some service’: The week in quotes

    21 October 2018 17:30 1

    Here’s what was said and who said what this week. Father Jor McVeigh on the fear that a hard border with Northern Ireland will lead to violence. Cork camogie player Rena Buckley, speaking at the launch of the 20×20 campaign which aims to increase media coverage, participation and involvement in women’s sport, recalled an event where she was invited to present

  • Tributes paid to former TD and 'gentle giant' Seymour Crawford who has died aged 74

    21 October 2018 13:40 1

    Crawford served on Monaghan County Council and as a TD for Cavan-Monaghan for almost 20 years. FORMER AND CURRENT members of the Oireachtas have led tributes to former TD Seymour Crawford, who has died at the age of 74. Crawford represented the Cavan-Monaghan constituency from 1992 until 2011, and had served for many years on Monaghan County Council

  • Rescue efforts under way after ferry collides with two yachts off Isle of Wight

    21 October 2018 10:23 1

    A search and rescue helicopter had been combing the area also but was forced to turn back due to low visibility. THE COASTGUARD IN the UK has launched a rescue effort after receiving reports of a ferry containing 56 people colliding with at least two yachts off the Isle of Wight on the southern English coast. Around 8am this morning, HM Coastguard received

  • Chasing Kona: From 60-a-day smoker to elite Ironman

    21 October 2018 09:00 1

    IN 1999, ROB Cummins sat on his couch flicking through channels, smoking a cigarette and nursing a hangover. He landed on coverage of the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii – the latest installment of which took place last weekend. After watching the grueling race (comprising of a 3.9km swim, 180km bike and a marathon) he decided to make a small

  • Poll: Should the confidence and supply agreement be renewed or would you rather an election?

    21 October 2018 08:44 1

    Both Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael have announced their negotiating teams for the upcoming renewal talks. AFTER SUCCESSFULLY MAKING it through three Budgets, Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil are set to sit down in the coming days and weeks to discuss the renewal of the confidence and supply agreement. Fianna Fáil has propped up the Fine Gael government for some time, after

  • 'A stain on our society': What the presidential candidates think about Direct Provision

    21 October 2018 08:30 1

    Some are in favour of a blanket amnesty for people living in the system for more than five years. AS PART OF our presidential election coverage, asked each nominee the same 12 questions so voters can see why the candidates are running and where they stand on a number of important issues. One of the topics we asked the candidates about was Direct