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23 May 2018 02:58 Call to use no vote as starting point

The Love Both campaign said it would be willing to use a no vote as a “starting point” towards more liberal abortion laws, despite failing to explain how solutions could be found. Speaking to reporters at one of the group’s final press conferences before Friday’s referendum, consultant obstetrician Dr Trevor Hayes said the Eighth Amendment must be retained

22 May 2018 23:00 Self-harm among youth surges 22%

The rate of self-harming among children and young people soared 22% over a 10-year period to the end of 2016. A study by the National Suicide Research Foundation also found a rise in the use of “lethal methods” of self-harming, which might be linked to exposure to certain websites, and a rise in the rate of self-harming among those aged 10 to 14. However

22 May 2018 07:20 Ariana Grande sends message of support as Manchester marks one year since deadly terror attack

Twenty two people lost their lives in the bombing. SINGER ARIANA GRANDE has said she is thinking of all those affected by the Manchester bombing as the UK prepares to hold a national minute’s silence to remember the victims of the attack. Twenty two people lost their lives when a suicide bomber blew himself up at Grande’s concert this day last year. Since

21 May 2018 19:07 Kremlin hits out at 'anti-Russian mania' as Chelsea owner's visa 'taking longer than normal'

THE KREMLIN HAS accused Britain of unprecedented “anti-Russian mania”, warning such an attitude could backfire and scare off other foreign investors. British MPs have released a hard-hitting report accusing Russian President Vladimir Putin and his allies of “hiding and laundering their corrupt assets in London”. “We are witnessing Britain’s rather unprecedented

21 May 2018 06:58 Fire damage results in major DART disruption between Dalkey and Greystones all week

Today there will be no DART service between Bray and Greystones. COMMUTERS HAVE BEEN advised customers that due to fire damage to signalling equipment at Bray last week, there will be major disruption between Dalkey and Greystones all week. A limited bus service will operate between Greystones Station and Bray Station as well as Greystones Station and Bray/Dun

18 May 2018 02:29 Director spared jail for €340k Vat fraud

An 81-year-old company director who failed to pay almost €340,000 in Vat returns which had been paid to his company by customers was given a two-and-a-half-year suspended jail sentence yesterday. Michael Grimes of Kilpatrick, Innishannon, Co Cork, was sentenced at Cork Circuit Criminal Court. None of the money was ever sent to Revenue. Judge Brian O’Callaghan 2

17 May 2018 23:00 Teen girl put on all-male ward alleges sex assault

Gardaí will have to rely on witnesses if they are to prosecute the culprit, because there’s no CCTV in the ward where it allegedly happened at Cork University Hospital. The girl had been admitted to the hospital after sustaining injuries in an accident. It’s understood that she claims she was woken in the early hours of the morning by a man who sexually 2

16 May 2018 14:55 Coast Guard helicopter rescues woman and her dog cut off by the tide

The changing tide left the woman and her dog stranded on a sandbank. A COAST GUARD helicopter has rescued a woman and her dog who got cut off by the tide while walking on Sandymount beach. The Dublin Coast Guard Marine Rescue Coordination Centre (MRCC) alerted the Dun Laoghaire Coast Guard to respond to a woman and her dog cut off near the seaward side of the Dublin 1

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

15 May 2018 00:08 10% rise in child mental health service waiting list

Almost 2,700 children are now waiting to be seen by the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, with a 10% increase in just one month in the number of young people waiting for more than a year. Figures released to Fianna Fáil’s James Browne show that, as of last March, there were 2,691 children waiting to be seen by CAMHS, which was up from 2,579 in February 2