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22 February 2018 00:11 Ruddock wary of ‘dangerous animal’ with Biggar heart

With the rehab from his Grade 3 hamstring injury ahead of schedule — he should be available for Leinster’s Champions Cup quarter-final crack at Saracens come April — the 27-year Irish international could spare the time to launch the Tackle Your Feelings app and chew the fat. His backstory is well-known: Dublin-born but Welsh-raised to Irish mum Bernadette 4

21 February 2018 07:56 'We're failing children': One in seven kids lost to homelessness, poverty or neglect

Barnardos wants €250 million to be invested in public services to help children in need. ONE IN SEVEN children in Ireland is lost to homelessness, poverty or neglect, according to children’s charity Barnardos. A new campaign, Lost Childhood, highlights the ways in which children can be forgotten about or neglected. Barnardos wants €250 million to be invested 7

20 February 2018 20:35 Graham Dwyer objects to the way phone records were used in his murder trial

Dwyer, 45, was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Elaine O’Hara. GRAHAM DWYER WANTS the High Court to strike down provisions of the law that allowed data from mobile phones to be used by prosecutors as evidence during his trial for the murder of Elaine O’Hara. Dwyer (45) was sentenced to life imprisonment in April 2015 after a jury at the Central 10

19 February 2018 17:18 Varadkar meeting with Sinn Féin leadership as DUP asks London to 'take decisions'

Talks aimed at bringing back a working Assembly to the North failed dramatically last week. TAOISEACH LEO VARADKAR and Tánaiste Simon Coveney are today meeting with the Sinn Féin leadership to discuss the ongoing impasse in Northern Ireland. Talks aimed at bringing back a working Assembly to the North, which has been without a government for 13 months 15

18 February 2018 20:30 Why polio survivors say they've been 'abandoned' by the charity it says used to support them

Rehab uses the former grounds of the Polio Fellowship, after it merged in the 1980s, but campaigners say they no longer receive support. THE CHARITY REHAB has said that losing a crucial funding stream in 2015 is the reason why it could no longer make donations to Polio Survivors Ireland. Polio Survivors Ireland organised a protest earlier this week outside 14

17 February 2018 12:06 Irish Rail customers to get refunds after being delayed by almost five hours

People travelling on the Dublin to Cork and Dublin to Kerry services yesterday evening experienced significant delays. CUSTOMERS WERE DELAYED by almost five hours when taking a train from Dublin to Cork yesterday evening. The 5pm Heuston to Cork service broke down near Charleville due to “mechanical difficulty”. As a result, customers on the Dublin to Cork and Dublin 15

17 February 2018 00:00 Ireland 2040: Significant developments on the cards for Co Cork

Cork gets 73 mentions in the NDP and 84 in the 2040 plan, while Kerry received 13 and nine respectively. A planned €200m is to be set aside by the Government to provide new bus corridors, more efficient and reliable bus services and a network of park-and-ride sites in Cork City and its suburbs. The NDP also mentions a new hospital and ambulances bases 7

17 February 2018 00:00 Cash no longer king as card use soars

Debit card point of sale (PoS) transactions in December were €3.6bn — a 15% increase on the same month in 2016. According to figures from the Central Bank, debit card PoS transactions accounted for 57% of gross new transactions on all cards in December. Retail, services and social debit card expenditure all recorded double-digit increases, over the year to December 6

16 February 2018 19:30 'They'd have announced a new hinge on a door': Not everyone is impressed with the €11 billion plan for health

THE PROJECT IRELAND 2040 has pledged almost €11 billion to improve Ireland’s health system. The money will all go towards capital projects aimed at increasing capacity and services in the health sector. The plan prioritises a number of major building projects, beginning with the completion of the National Children’s Hospital and National Maternity Hospital 23

16 February 2018 17:25 'I will regret that night forever': Uncle who raped his niece jailed for four years

He was sentenced to six years with the final two suspended. A MAN WHO raped his 20-year-old niece following a night out has been jailed for four years. The woman described in her victim impact statement how she had been very close to her uncle and had trusted and confided in him, considering him a friend as well as family. She told the court how divisions 5