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  • England out-half Cipriani arrested and charged after nightclub incident

    15 August 2018 19:00

    The 30-year-old was in Jersey with his club side, Gloucester. ENGLAND AND GLOUCESTER out-half Danny Cipriani has been arrested and charged after an incident at a nightclub on the island of Jersey. Jersey Police said the 30-year-old was charged with common assault, larceny, assault on police, resisting arrest and disorderly on licensed premises

  • 'People can be a little too familiar with me, not my fault I’m stuck in this dress': Molly Malone speaks out

    15 August 2018 18:08

    Malone will be voiced by actress Maria Doyle Kennedy and is one of eleven talking statues around Dublin. DUBLIN ICON MOLLY Malone has finally been given a voice as part of the Dublin’s Talking Statues project. Malone is voiced by actress Maria Doyle Kennedy and the script is provided by US student, Michaela McMahon who won an open public competition

  • 'The Leaving Cert doesn't define you. My life has completely turned around since this time last year'

    15 August 2018 18:00

    A year on from her own Leaving Cert results of 200 points, Sadb Molloy is on her way to UCD. I SAT THE Leaving Cert last year, absolutely terrified as before then I was 99% sure I was just not going to show up. I wasn’t prepared. I wasn’t “smart” like everyone else, and I wasn’t doing many higher level subjects, so I thought what is the point in this? I’m not going

  • Cork pair overcome barriers to pick up Leaving Cert results

    15 August 2018 14:30

    Two Cork students have overcome significant hurdles to complete their Leaving Cert exams. Nagle Community School student, Keelyn Cotter was diagnosed with Leukemia in March 2016 when he was in sixth year. He tried desperately to complete his Leaving Cert but required intensive treatment which prevented him from doing so. “There was a tutor in CUH who was a great

  • GAA warn that they'll automatically cancel touted tickets for All-Ireland finals

    15 August 2018 14:00

    The association released a statement regarding the resale of tickets this morning. THE GAA HAVE warned that tickets being resold for prices above face value for the All-Ireland hurling and football finals will be cancelled. “Tickets for GAA All-Ireland Finals are distributed directly to our Clubs and County Committees. “The Association also routinely

  • Bishop of Limerick says Catholic Church must acknowledge 'dark' aspects of its history

    15 August 2018 12:52

    Bishop Brendan Leahy made his comments ahead of the Pope’s visit to Ireland later this month. THE CATHOLIC BISHOP of Limerick has said the Church in Ireland needs to acknowledge the dark aspects of its history, such as the “sexual abuse of minors by clergy”. Bishop Brendan Leahy said that the visit of Pope Francis to Ireland is a crossroads moment for the Church

  • Hospital interns asked to perform duties they aren't qualified for, report finds

    15 August 2018 12:21

    Hospital interns have been asked to do duties they are not qualified for, according to new Medical Council reports. The council has been looking at nine hospitals around the country to check their training standards. The inspections were carried out at the university hospitals, in Galway, Letterkenny, Portiuncula, Sligo, Kerry, Cork, Waterford, the Mercy

  • Scientists in Galway have found a way of reducing relapses in one of the most aggressive cancers

    15 August 2018 09:38

    Scientists at NUI Galway have found a new treatment which may help reduce relapse rates in patients with triple negative breast cancer. This form of breast cancer is one of the most aggressive and difficult to treat, as there are no targeted therapies currently available. Dr Susan Logue from NUI Galway outlined what the new treatment can do. She said: "We discovered

  • Dublin City Council spends nearly €17m on homeless hubs

    15 August 2018 06:55

    Almost €17m has been spent on renovating family hubs for homeless people in Dublin city alone. Meanwhile, legal action has begun against activists who have taken over a derelict house in Summerhill. Dublin City Council has spent €16.8m so far on doing up former commercial or public buildings to house homeless families. The figures have been released

  • Poll: Do you think drivers who park on cycle lanes should get penalty points?

    14 August 2018 20:00 4

    Is it time to get touch on motorists who block cycle lanes? FIANNA FÁIL has called for drivers who park on cycle lanes to get fines and penalty points under new measures it announced yesterday. The party’s transport spokesperson, Robert Troy said he has spotted many cars parking on the lanes, and has called for local authorities to paint existing lanes