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Saturday 3 June 2023 Dublin: 18°C

# authority

Last year
# authority
'He phoned me up a year ago' - The call that says it all about Jack Crowley
The Munster man rang Ireland attack coach Mike Catt out of the blue before he was even in the squad.
# authority
Donegal dominant as ponderous Armagh flatter to deceive once again
Old failings against solid opposition on show yet again for Kieran McGeeney’s charges
All time
Louth crèche closed over rodent infestation in baby room and nappy changing area
Dead cockroaches and fresh rat droppings were some of the other reasons for closure orders issued to businesses in Dublin and Louth.
# not sweets
Crackdown on detergent capsules launched following child poisonings
The ‘liquitabs’ are required to have a bitter taste.
# Egypt
Irish teenager Ibrahim Halawa stuck in jail until next year
The Dublin native has been held in an Egyptian jail since August 2013.
# website warning
Booking a test or visa online? Don't get stung by an unofficial website
There has been a rise in complaints about unofficial websites offering tests or even travel visas.
# licence to thrill
@GardaTraffic's update about a fake driving licence arrest is gas
Never mind GSOC, these lads have important business to attend to.
# Neil Prendeville
BAI: Presenter's 'medical cards for Africans' monologue "lacking in impartiality or objectivity"
Cork 96fm presenter Neil Prendeville made comments about medical cards being provided to Africans and “social welfare to former Russians” in the course of a long pre-prepared monologue on the state of the nation.
# Food Safety
Montessori among 11 closure orders over food safety concerns
Twelve enforcement orders were served on businesses by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland, it said today.
# Transport
Public invited to have its say on bus contracts
The National Transport Authority is looking for the opinions of the public as it prepares to roll out its next round of bus contracts.