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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# aftermath

This month
November 2023
In pictures: The aftermath of Storm Debi as the weather warnings expire
The public has been advised that there are still hazards out there despite the storm having passed, particularly from fallen trees, branches and wires.
This year
Moral panic 'fizzled out' of Dungarvan after gardaí arrested woman over alleged false statement
A report by
Eoghan Dalton
Disinformation experts say the town is a textbook example of how the far-right attempts to exploit incidents.
Rumours circulated in recent weeks claiming that attacks were carried out in the town centre by migrant men.
In an unusual statement, gardaí said they were not aware of "any alleged spate of attacks by foreign nationals” and arrested a woman alleging she had "knowingly made a false report" about an incident.
Eoghan Dalton reports from Dungarvan on how locals feel about their town being the latest to become the centre of a national issue.
Last year
Ref receives death threat after Bellingham's 'match-fixing' comment
Felix Zwayer was slammed by the England international following Dortmund’s defeat to Bayern Munich last month.
All time
What has happened with migration between the UK and the EU since Brexit?
“We just don’t know at the moment,” says one expert on emigration.
Tyrone Mings calls out British Home Secretary Priti Patel over claim she’s ‘disgusted’ at racist abuse
‘You don’t get to stoke the fire at the beginning of the tournament by labelling our anti-racism message as ‘Gesture Politics’ and then pretend to be disgusted when the very thing we’re campaigning against, happens.’
Denmark boss criticises Uefa for lacking compassion amid Eriksen incident
‘Coronavirus allows you to postpone a match for 48 hours. A cardiac arrest obviously does not.’
Flooding continues to affect many areas but Storm Jorge caused 'no major reported incidents'
Minister of State Damien English thanked State bodies after helping to ensure the storm passed “without significant incident”.
Australia remains on high alert as the country deals with devastation from widespread bushfires
A helicopter crashed yesterday while trying to bring the fires under control.
Typhoon Hagibis moves off Japan but at least 14 are dead amid flooding and devastation
Japan’s military deployed 27,000 troops to aid rescue operations.
Police in Paris believe short-circuit was to blame for Notre Dame blaze
A police official said investigators made an initial assessment of the cathedral on Wednesday.
Emiliano Sala tragedy sparks unsavoury legal wrangle
The late footballer was buried at the age of 28 in the Argentine village of Progreso on Saturday.
Rail services getting back to normal after Storm Callum - but flights and ferries disrupted
Here’s the latest on the transport situation in the wake of stormy weather overnight.
'We don't have anything else... Everything's gone': Entire homes destroyed in Ballymun fire
Residents and guests were left picking up the pieces after a huge blaze ripped through a Dublin building.
Leo Varadkar: 'We may find people dead in their homes in the coming days'
Varadkar said that a number of deaths may have been caused by the storm.
‘Stepping away from high-level sport is really hard and I probably still struggle with it’
Claire Lambe on representing Ireland at the 2016 Olympics and transitioning to normal life thereafter.
'No, it is still to be done' - Pep Guardiola insists title race is far from over
The Man City boss was speaking after their first Premier League defeat of the season to Liverpool.
Were you affected by Storm Eleanor? Emergency funds are being made available
The scheme will provide support up to €20,000 for those who meet the eligibility criteria.
Status red warning lifted as country to be calm and dry today
Thankfully, the weather today will be nothing like yesterday.
Wet and humid weather to start the week as Ireland deals with the aftermath of Hurricane Gert
A Status Yellow rainfall warning is in place until 4pm.
Tuohy in line for potential All-Ireland final ban following 'Bonner' Maher helmet incident
The incident wasn’t dealt with by referee Barry Kelly or his officials – which leaves the way clear for the CCCC to take retrospective action.
Brook to have surgery on broken eye socket after bruising battle with Golovkin
After a brutal five-round bout with Triple G, Kell Brook was unable to attend the post-fight press conference.
London's Olympic district has been left with more money - but fewer homes
One expert said that homelessness had increased in Stratford.
A shark swallowed another shark in an aquarium
It appears that the shark swallowed its victim whole.
Bad news for Clare, it has just been hit with a new flood warning
The area was heavily hit over the weekend.
Doomed Russian jet broke apart "in the air" before Egypt crash
A top Russian investigator says the wreckage is strewn over a large area.
"It begs the question: how serious is the government about Travellers' rights?"
The fallout from the Carrickmines disaster, which claimed 10 lives on Saturday morning, continued this afternoon.
China blast: Terrifying footage of explosion emerges, but what do we know so far?
Questions over government transparency are also being asked.
One year later, how has the 'Right to be forgotten' panned out for Europe?
While more than 250,000 requests have been made, the issue remains as divisive as ever.
'Carragher has forgotten everything he did on the pitch' -- Jose Mourinho is on the warpath
The Chelsea boss managed to channel both Eric Cantona and ‘The Dude’ in today’s press conference.
Sydney siege victim was killed by police bullet
News reports in Australia said the 38-year-old was struck by a ricochet.
Irish man allegedly punched by his brother regains consciousness in Sydney hospital
Patrick Lyttle woke up and is sitting up in bed, almost a week after the attack.
Family grapple with how to tell 2-year-old that he shot and killed his mother at Walmart
Veronica Rutledge (29) was a nuclear research scientist who had a passion for guns.
Ruby Walsh, Cian Healy and Aidan O'Mahony: Here's the Twitter reaction to Munster's late win
Cian Healy angered some Munster fans with his post-game tweet.
'In my dreams I could still run' - How a clash of heads changed Phil Quinlan's life forever
In the first of a new series, talk to amateur athletes about the effect of head injuries in sport.
The morning after in pictures: Scotland wakes up to historic decision
In celebration or defeat, Scottish emotion was on display across the country.
Heartbroken Alan Dillon pays tribute to 'absolute legend' James Horan
The Mayo forward took to Twitter this morning to share his gratitude for the resigned manager.
Almost 10 years on from the Asian tsunami: what's happening to coastal fishing villages?
Shoreline communities in countries like India were the hardest hit in 2004′s devastating tsunami. But thanks to Irish assistance, almost 40,000 people in desperate need were helped.
12 people who were defeated by the 12 pubs of Christmas
If it was easy, everyone would do it.
Gallery: GOAL prepares 40 tonnes of aid for the Philippines as Pope leads prayers
GOAL has said that the humanitarian situation caused by Typhoon Haiyan is as bad as anything it had encountered in its 36 year history.
Seven days on, Philippines remains chaotic as death toll is disputed
The UN says at least 4,460 people died after the super typhoon but the government says the figure is 2,360.