Receive up-to-the-minute news updates on the hottest topics with NewsHub. Install now.

Search results

1-10 results from 1000 for query «closed»

19 February 2018 09:09 The iconic Waltons music shop on Dublin's George's Street has closed down

The retail business will now operate exclusively from its Blanchardstown branch. THE MUSIC SHOP Waltons has closed down its iconic George’s Street premises, almost a century after it opened its first branch in Dublin city centre. In a blog post, Waltons managing director Niall Walton said that “yes times are changing and we must change with them”. The business 6

16 February 2018 07:36 Steve Bannon 'answered every question' in 20-hour interrogation on Trump-Russia links

Bannon, meanwhile, risked contempt by not answering questions from a House intelligence committee. STEVE BANNON, THE combative former chief strategist for US President Donald Trump, was interrogated for 20 hours over two days this week as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, according to a person familiar with the process 4

15 February 2018 11:00 Man (20s) dies in Wexford road crash

Two other passengers are in a serious condition in hospital. A MAN IN his 20s has died in a single-vehicle crash in Wexford in the early hours this morning. Gardaí said that the car collided with a barrier. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. Two men who were passengers in the car were taken to Wexford Hospital, with injuries that have been described 6

15 February 2018 02:01 PAUL MILLS: Pharma lifts the Trump blues for Ireland

The decision of Merck Sharp Dohme, or MSD as it’s better known in these parts, is more than good news for Dublin but also for Ireland, writes Paul Mills. It’s a time when it’s very easy to be negative. Whatever happens with Brexit it is sure to hit Irish business. The US has made it much more attractive for its overseas corporations to repatriate funds 1

14 February 2018 07:35 French court rules man who had sex with 11-year-old girl must face rape charge

The ruling is a landmark one in France, where no age of consent currently exists. A COURT IN France has ruled that a 29-year-old man on trial for having sex with an 11-year-old girl must face rape charges, while declaring itself incompetent to rule in the highly controversial case. The court adjourned indefinitely after the man went on trial for sexual 3

13 February 2018 20:59 Birmingham Repertory Theatre evacuated following reports of an explosion

West Midlands Police say initial indications are that the explosion was caused by a technical fault in a staff-only area of the theatre. EMERGENCY SERVICES ARE attending the scene of an explosion at Birmingham Repertory Theatre in England this evening. West Midlands Police say initial indications are that the explosion was caused by a technical fault 1

13 February 2018 20:47 61-year-old man dies in crash between car and lorry in Mayo

A 61-YEAR-old man has died following a collision between a car and a lorry on the N5 near Swinford in Mayo. The man driving the car was pronounced dead at the scene a short time after the collision. His body was removed to the mortuary at Mayo University Hospital, Castlebar for a postmortem examination. The local Coroner has been notified. A passenger 1

12 February 2018 07:15 All flights in and out of London City Airport cancelled after discovery of World War II bomb nearby

The ordnance was discovered in King George V Dock, close to the runway of London’s most central airport. ALL FLIGHTS IN and out of London City Airport are cancelled today after a World War II bomb was discovered in the nearby River Thames. The ordnance was discovered in King George V Dock, close to the runway of London’s most central airport, during 8

09 February 2018 02:30 State ‘failing to deinstitutionalise’ those living in congregated settings

Inclusion Ireland, the national voluntary organisation which promotes the rights of people with an intellectual disability, is accusing the State of failing in its efforts to “deinstitutionalise” people by removing them from congregated settings. In a strongly-worded critique of what it said is the State’s “failure to act” on ending the practice of people 2

08 February 2018 00:17 Rodents among reasons for closures

A live rodent in an open wall cavity, rodent droppings under a pizza oven, and human excrement overflowing from a workers’ toilet were just some of the reasons that health inspectors closed a number of food businesses in January. A total of four closure orders were served on food businesses by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) during the month 5