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26 August 2018 14:46 Search for missing fishermen called off after bodies found by wreckage

The search for two missing fishermen has been called off after their bodies were discovered by the coastguard. A crew of five foreign nationals were unaccounted for after their fishing boat sank about 25 miles north east of Great Yarmouth on Saturday. Three fishermen were rescued alive after drifting for hours in the North Sea in a life raft by a nearby 13

24 August 2018 16:30 Childhood friend of woman missing for three months thinks 'something bad happened'

Friends of a woman who has been missing for three months say they are doubtful she disappeared by herself. 29-year-old Giedre Raguckaite from Lithuania was last seen on Hoey's Lane in Dundalk, Co. Louth, at around 6pm on May 26. She is described as five foot five inches tall with a slight build and has blonde hair and green eyes. She had previously been living 2

23 August 2018 07:52 40% of UK GPs experiencing mental health problems: survey

Two in five UK GPs have personal experience of mental health problems, a survey has found. Around 40% of almost 1,000 UK doctors questioned said they had dealt with issues such as depression, anxiety, bipolar or post-traumatic stress disorder. Mental health charity Mind, which carried out the research, said GPs are working in stressful environments and should 14

22 August 2018 08:30 Lazy Town actor Stefan Karl Stefansson

Stefansson was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2016. ACTOR STEFAN KARL Stefansson, best known for playing Robbie Rotten in Lazy Town, has died aged 43. The Icelandic actor played the resident villain in the popular children’s tv show. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2016 and regularly updated fans of his progress on social media throughout 6

21 August 2018 09:46 Funeral of crash victim Shiva Devine takes place in Donegal this morning

The 20-year-old lost her life in a fatal crash in Bundoran in the early hours of Sunday morning. THE FUNERAL OF Shiva Devine who lost her life in a fatal crash over the weekend will take place this morning in Co Donegal. Shiva was one of the two victims who lost their lives when the car they were travelling in crashed in the early hours of Sunday morning 12

21 August 2018 06:39 Home broadband speeds not getting faster but 60% of customers satisfied, survey shows

A new survey shows home broadband speeds are not getting faster - but customers appear happier. Three in five Irish consumers are satisfied with their home broadband speeds - even though 78% say they are either the same or worse than this time last year. The survey, from price comparison and switching service Switcher.ie, also shows that there is still 7

17 August 2018 18:43 Garda probe after memorial to Mayo murder victim vandalised

GARDAÍ IN GALWAY are investigating after a memorial to a murdered man was vandalised overnight. Joseph Deacy of St Albans in England was discovered outside a house at Gortnasillagh, Swinford on Saturday 12 August last year. Friends of Deacy had this week placed flowers and other tributes to Joe on the N5 near Bohola in Mayo to mark a year since his passing 14

16 August 2018 15:50 Hillary Clinton, Carole King, Donald Trump and more pay tribute to Aretha

Aretha Franklin passed away today at her home in Detroit at the age of 76. She had been suffering from advanced pancreatic cancer, her representative Gwendolyn Quinn said. A family statement said: "In one of the darkest moments of our lives, we are not able to find the appropriate words to express the pain in our heart. We have lost the matriarch and rock of our family 8

15 August 2018 18:00 'The Leaving Cert doesn't define you. My life has completely turned around since this time last year'

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 64

15 August 2018 14:30 Cork pair overcome barriers to pick up Leaving Cert results

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 11