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15 May 2018 07:30 Major disruption to DART and Commuter services and traffic volumes building

The rail disruption is expected to last throughout the morning. THERE’S MAJOR DISRUPTION to Dart and Commuter train services on the northside of Dublin city due to a tragic incident at Howth Junction. Emergency services are at the scene of the incident with Iarnród Éireann saying in a statement that the disruption is expected to continue throughout the morning 4

10 May 2018 14:01 An Aer Lingus flight has returned to Dublin after hitting a hare on take-off

After reaching north of the French coast, the morning flight had to turn back to Dublin Airport. AN AER LINGUS flight was forced to return to Dublin Airport this morning amid fears that a hare had been sucked into one of the jet’s engines during take-off. Flight EI-582 departed Dublin at 8.15am and was bound for Malaga in Spain with 287 passengers on board 3

30 April 2018 16:49 Suspect substance found during passenger screening at Dublin Airport

The substance was tested and destroyed this afternoon by members of the Defence Forces. A SUSPICIOUS SUBSTANCE was found at Dublin Airport during standard security screening of departing passengers yesterday. Today, the Defence Forces destroyed the substance at a secure location, and declared the scene safe at 1.30pm. A sample was removed to a secure 7

23 April 2018 12:43 Passenger jet makes emergency landing in Dublin due to crack in windscreen

A PASSENGER JET has made an emergency landing at Dublin Airport this morning after the crew reported damage to one of their aircraft’s windshields. Lufthansa flight LH-978 was en route to Dublin from Frankfurt when the crew declared an emergency over the Irish Sea west of Blackpool, England at around 10.45am. The crew of the Airbus A320 jet reported 11

15 April 2018 19:30 A French cognac firm has pumped millions into an Anglo-Irish aristocrat's whiskey brand

The seventh Lord Revelstoke established Lambay Irish Whiskey in partnership with Camus Cognac. A FRENCH COGNAC maker has pumped millions of euro into a whiskey venture it established with Anglo-Irish aristocrat Lord Revelstoke. New company filings show that Camus Holdings has put €2.4 million into the Dublin-based Lambay Irish Whiskey brand 9

03 April 2018 09:03 Delays at Dublin Airport over dense fog

PEOPLE ARE BEING advised to check with their airline before travelling as some flights have been cancelled at Dublin Airport this morning. In a tweet, Dublin Airport says the delays are due to dense fog on the airfield. A spokesperson for Dublin Airport told that dense fog can have the effect of slowing down the airport. It’s reported that at least 7

29 March 2018 23:00 Suite of recommendations made to Policing Commission; Calls for victim support, garda training

Visible community policing, supporting victims of crime, and better training for gardaí are among the key recommendations made to the Policing Commission by the public and organisations. Other requests include better Garda governance structures, more coherent oversight, and deeper engagement with minority groups. The Commission on the Future of Policing 9

28 March 2018 06:53 Taoiseach says it would be appropriate for Pope to visit survivors of Catholic Church abuse in Ireland

The government will tell the Vatican that families ‘of all shapes and forms’ should be celebrated during Pope’s Irish visit THE TAOISEACH HAS said it would be appropriate for the Pope to visit survivors of abuse perpetrated by the Catholic Church when he visits Ireland in August. Leo Varadkar also said that the government’s view that “families in all their 6

19 March 2018 21:13 Aer Lingus apologises after people spend night in airport due to flight cancellations

The flights were cancelled due to “lengthy waiting times for de-icing”. AER LINGUS HAD to cancel three flights from Gatwick Airport in London to Dublin Airport yesterday due to “severe weather conditions”. A spokesperson for the airline told the flights were cancelled as “the lengthy waiting times for de-icing caused crew to reach their 4

14 March 2018 17:45 'Forever remembered for the sacrifice they made': Rescue 116 crew honoured in Mayo

Four crew members died when the Irish Coast Guard helicopter crashed this day last year. MEMBERS OF THE Rescue 116 crew who died a year ago today have been honoured at a ceremony in Mayo. Captain Dara Fitzpatrick, Captain Mark Duffy, winchman Ciarán Smith and winch operator Paul Ormsby all lost their lives after Irish Coast Guard helicopter Rescue 116 went down. Rescue 15