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  • 1 in 3 victims of Troubles violence have attempted to take their own lives

    13 August 2018 12:23

    A support group is calling for better support, funding and care for victims. ONE THIRD OF people who survived a violent incident during the Troubles have attempted to take their own lives, according to a new survey. A poll of 2,000 members of the London-based Docklands Victims Association found that 32% of respondents had attempted suicide, the Belfast

  • Thieves escape empty-handed after setting off smoke alarm during McDonald's break-in

    13 August 2018 10:03 2

    Smoke from the electric saw used by the two suspects to try to open the safe set off the alarm. THIEVES WHO BROKE into a McDonald’s restaurant in Dublin in the early hours of this morning left empty-handed after alerting authorities to their presence by setting off the smoke alarm. Two males smashed a window at the fast food premises on East Wall Road just before

  • Death of woman in Drogheda not being treated as suspicious, say gardaí

    13 August 2018 07:03 3

    The woman in her 60s was pronounced dead yesterday morning. GARDAÍ HAVE SAID the circumstances surrounding the sudden death of a woman yesterday is not being treated as suspicious. Emergency services and gardaí were called to a house at Aston Village in Drogheda, Co Louth, just after 5am. The woman in her 60s was pronounced dead at the house shortly

  • 'We can't rule out further strikes': Ryanair and union reps meeting today in a bid to avoid further travel chaos

    13 August 2018 06:49 2

    Talks will begin later this morning to try to resolve the long-running Ryanair dispute. FURTHER RYANAIR STRIKE action can’t be ruled out as of yet, according to the union representing pilots who are in a dispute with the airline. Ryanair and the Irish Air Line Pilots’ Association, which is part of trade union Fórsa, will meet later today in an attempt

  • Brilliant Koepka holds Tiger at bay to win PGA Championship at Bellerive

    12 August 2018 23:07 2

    BROOKS KOEPKA HAD ice in his veins as he held off a star-studded leaderboard to win the PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club — the third Major of his career. The world number four hardly blinked on his way to a Sunday 66 which saw him finish on 16-under par and clinch a two-shot win over the chasing pack, led by none other than Tiger Woods

  • Sludden goal proves crucial as Tyrone end 10-year wait for All-Ireland final place

    12 August 2018 16:11 6

    Monaghan were denied by a point in a pulsating finish at Croke Park. THERE WAS ONLY one green flag raised but it proved critical to determining the outcome of this All-Ireland semi-final. At a juncture when Monaghan had just edged in front, Niall Sludden pounced for the vital strike in the 64th minute when he sidefooted a shot to the net after Tiarnan

  • Teenager Rhys McClenaghan wins gymnastics gold for Ireland at European Championships

    12 August 2018 14:40 6

    The 19-year-old has won Ireland’s first gymnastics medal at the European Championships. RHYS MCCLENAGHAN PRODUCED a mesmerising routine to make history and win gold in the pommel horse at the European Championships in Glasgow. The 19-year-old from Newtonards becomes the first Irish gymnast to win a European medal, after recording a score of 15.300 at the SSE Hydro

  • Investigation launched after sudden death of woman in Drogheda

    12 August 2018 10:00 4

    Gardaí were called to a the scene at a house in Aston Village in the Louth town after 5am this morning. GARDAÍ ARE INVESTIGATING the circumstances surrounding the sudden death of a woman in her 60s this morning. Emergency services and gardaí were called to a house at Aston Village in Drogheda, Co Louth, just after 5am. The woman was pronounced dead in the house

  • Poll: Should restaurants bring in penalties for ‘no-shows’?

    12 August 2018 07:00 7

    A restaurant industry campaign to levy a deposit charge on customers who book tables and then fail to show up was recently shut down by the CCPC. THE RESTAURANTS ASSOCIATION of Ireland’s campaign to penalise people who book tables and fail to show up was recently shut down by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission. The CCPC told the RAI it was “not to influence

  • The Dublin Cycling Campaign is holding a mass protest cycle along the quays today

    12 August 2018 05:00 4

    The group wants a dedicated Liffey Cycle Route. THE DUBLIN CYCLING Campaign is holding a protest cycle today against the delayed proposals for a Liffey cycle route. The route is part of Dublin City Council’s plans for the capital but the campaign points to the recent spike in deaths and injuries to Dublin cyclists as evidence that the route is more needed