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  • EU set to 'significantly enhance' rail passengers' rights

    14 October 2018 09:17 1

    The EU may be about to boost passenger rights for people travelling by train. Proposals are going before the European Parliament this month which could become law in member states by the end of next year. Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes said it would give rail passengers the same type of protection as air travel. Mr Hayes said: "This is an extension of an existing

  • Gunman shoots at wrong house in Dublin 'after thinking sex offender lived there'

    14 October 2018 06:00 5

    The occupants have no involvement in crime and gardaí believe the shooter got the wrong house. AN INNOCENT FAMILY was lucky to escape injury after a number of shots were fired into their house in Dublin by a shooter who gardaí believe was targeting a convicted sex offender, has learned. The case of mistaken identity happened on Tuesday

  • Ireland in a snapshot: Last tango in Dublin

    13 October 2018 18:30 12

    Each week, photographer and filmmaker Donal Moloney shares a small piece of Ireland that reflects the bigger picture. EACH WEEKEND, PHOTOGRAPHER and filmmaker Donal Moloney shares an image with audience which reflects a small piece of Ireland that resonates with us all. Amid the warnings about Storm Callum and the change in weather this week, Donal

  • An Irish-language festival is coming to Dublin next week ... here's what's in store

    13 October 2018 16:30 15

    IMRAM, the Irish language literature festival, is taking place in multiple venues around Dublin from Monday. BOB DYLAN AS Gaeilge – that’s just a small taste of what will be on offer at an Irish language literature festival next week. IMRAM, the Irish language literature festival, is taking place in multiple venues around Dublin from Monday until next Saturday

  • Gardaí appeal for help in locating man missing from Kilmainham

    13 October 2018 14:51 21

    Gardaí are seeking the public's help in tracing the whereabouts a man missing from Dublin. 66-year-old Des O'Brien was reported missing on October 8 from his home in Kilmainham. He was last seen shortly before 4pm when he left his home and was seen later on CCTV on Emmet Road, Dublin 8. He is described as 5 foot 2' in height, with grey hair and clean

  • 'Airbnb have exacerbated the housing crisis'

    13 October 2018 12:56 21

    Housing activists 'Take Back The City' are holding a demonstration at the offices of AirBnb in Dublin's Docklands. The campaign group Take Back the City who have held protests around the city in the past month over the housing crisis this afternoon occupied the building for more than an hour. They say it is to coincide with Ireland's largest architecture

  • Palestinian mother-of-eight dies after West Bank stone throwing

    13 October 2018 11:25 21

    She died in hospital from a head injury she sustained in the stone-throwing. A PALESTINIAN WOMAN has died of her wounds after Israeli settlers in the occupied West Bank threw stones at the car she was travelling in, Palestinian official media reported. An Israeli police spokesman confirmed a car had been hit by stones but did not identify the perpetrators

  • Taoiseach proposes Richard Bruton as new Minister for Communications

    13 October 2018 09:48 22

    The Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is proposing to make Richard Bruton the new Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment. It comes after Denis Naughten resigned as Minister over his interactions with David McCourt, the head of the consortium bidding for Ireland’s rural broadband contract. Sean Kyne will become Chief Whip and Minister for the Gaeltacht

  • Brexit is contributing to marriage breakdowns

    13 October 2018 09:45 21

    “The sort of things that we’re all documenting is senses of fear, anxiety, shame, and a loss of a sense of safety.” A UK PSYCHOTHERAPIST has said that Brexit is contributing to marriage breakdowns, saying it when the relationships broke down, it continued to “disentangle it further”. Patricia Hunt, the Vice Chair of the UK Council for Psychotherapy

  • Three people released without charge by gardaí who found guns in postal packages from US

    13 October 2018 08:25 21

    Gardaí said that the package contained numerous firearms, including three Glock handguns. ALL THREE PEOPLE who had been arrested after a number of firearms were seized in postal packages destined for Ireland from the United States, have been released by gardaí without charge. Gardaí said that the packages contained numerous firearms, including three