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13 August 2018 07:03 Death of woman in Drogheda not being treated as suspicious, say gardaí

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 3

12 August 2018 10:00 Investigation launched after sudden death of woman in Drogheda

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 3

11 August 2018 09:00 1,400 food parcels a week, 900 meals a day and 'no sense of it easing up' at the Capuchin Day Centre

Since last year they have also been putting together baby food and nappy packs for families with young children. EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM 6am, a team of volunteers buzz around a cramped storeroom full of tinned beans, packs of sugar, bread and other food supplies to bag up 1,400 parcels for people in need. Brother Sean Donohoe of the Capuchin Day Centre 2

05 August 2018 07:30 Mass on the day of the Pope's visit 'a decision for individual parishes'

MASS GOERS WHO want to go to their local church the day the Pope visits will have to check with their local church to see if services are going ahead. Pope Francis will be in Ireland for two days, 25 and 26 August, as part of the World Meeting of Families event. The farewell mass will happen on the Sunday, with 500,000 people set to head for Dublin’s 2

04 August 2018 12:41 Wildfire unveils huge WWII 'EIRE' sign on Bray Head

The signs were used during World War II to guide pilots, as Ireland was a neutral country. WILDFIRES ON THE Wicklow coast have unveiled a large ‘Eire’ sign on Bray Head that dates back to World War II. The sign was spotted by a Garda Air Support Unit aircraft as it made its way across the east coast this weekend. An Air Corps spokesperson told TheJournal 1

03 August 2018 17:27 Woman found dead at Galway direct provision centre

The circumstances of the death are unknown. A TRANS WOMAN was found dead in a direct provision centre in Galway yesterday afternoon. The circumstances of the woman’s death, which happened in a Galway hostel, are unknown. The woman’s name has been given in statements as Sylvie. A statement from the Department of Justice said that she had fallen ill at the centre

03 August 2018 05:30 Public meetings on bus routes that will 'transform' Dublin have begun

The first information session took place in Charlestown Shopping Centre in Finglas. THE FIRST PUBLIC meeting about the new Bus Connects services was launched in Charlestown shopping centre in Finglas yesterday. The National Transport Authority (NTA) hope to have the new services up and running by the end of 2019 before they can focus their attention 1

31 July 2018 21:01 Number of deaths from fires doubled last year

Figures released today show that people over the age of 65 made up the majority of fatalities, with 24 deaths reported last year. DEATHS FROM FIRES have doubled since 2016, rising from 20 to 41 in 2017, according to the latest figures from the Department of Housing. The figures also show that people over the age of 65 made up the majority of fatalities

30 July 2018 06:56 Four climbers killed in French Alps

Four people, including an Italian man and two French women, were killed in three separate accidents. FOUR CLIMBERS – INCLUDING an Italian man and two French women – died in the French Alps yesterday in three separate accidents, the local prosecutor’s office said. A 40-year-old Italian climber from Milan died in a fall after reaching a height of 3,000 metres 2

28 July 2018 08:45 An alliance of Europe's top banks has quietly based its blockchain ambitions in Dublin

HSBC, Santander and Deutsche Bank are all part of the consortium. A CONSORTIUM OF nine major European banks have chosen Dublin for the base of their blockchain initiative – the latest group to develop the emerging technology in the Irish capital. The group, formerly known as Digital Trade Chain, includes financial heavy-hitters like Deutsche 2