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Monday 4 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Careful Now

This year
Gardaí and DAA share leaflets warning people not to fly drones near Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport has been closed six times in the past two months as a result of drones entering the airspace.
Last year
Tax officials warn Christmas online shoppers may face extra costs when goods arrive in Ireland
Revenue released a statement today outlining the problems faced by shoppers when Customs identify that duty is owed on online purchases.
All time
Cody wary of 'close contact situation that really can cripple a team'
Dublin lost four players for Saturday’s Leinster hurling final due to a Covid case in the camp.
Motorists urged to take care as heavy fog hits many parts of the country
A Status Yellow fog warning is in place for 11 countties until 10am.
'It can get worse. We have to be sure it’s going to happen' - Pep urges caution on return of fans
Spectators are set to return to sports venues on a limited basis from May.
Christmas road safety plan begins as Gardaí say 133% increase in drug-driving incidents this year
Gardaí said that despite a decrease in traffic this year, there has been a dramatic increase in drug driving incidents.
'That's mad, Ted': An Post aiming to meet Father Ted demand as two months of stamp orders made in two days
The Father Ted stamps have proven to be a bona fide hit.
Quiz: Test your knowledge of these sporting references in Father Ted
A tribute to one of the all-time great sitcoms, which aired for the first time on this day 25 years ago.
'Don’t wash the turkey' and other important tips to prevent making your loved ones ill this Christmas
Safefood said for 25% of people, this will be their first time cooking Christmas dinner.
'You can't say it' - Pope Francis warns public to stop comparing Messi to God
The head of the Catholic Church believes that this level of adoration for the star player could be considered sacrilegious.
'It is very risky to criticise your players in public' - Chelsea legend warns Sarri
The Blues boss should choose his words carefully in future, according to Ruud Gullit.
Everything you need to know to keep yourself, your kids and your pets safe this Halloween
Emergency services do not want to see a repeat of Halloween-related injuries they have seen in previous years.
Central Bank warns if overheating is allowed, we're in for another boom-bust cycle
The Central Bank said the government needs to avoid policies that could add to this risk.
Public warned to take extra care with food after 96 cases of E.coli infection in ten days
The number of cases is over three times as high as this time last year.
Drivers will soon have to observe a minimum passing distance when overtaking cyclists
The new law will require drivers to allow one metre when passing cyclists on roads with a speed limit under 50 km/h.
A trad band performed the Father Ted theme song outside the Father Ted house, and it was delightful
Dublin City Council issues warning regarding safety of rickshaws
The council has stated that rickshaws are not regulated, and are often not insured.
Most people would vote to remove the offence of blasphemy from the Constitution
A Claire Byrne Live poll found that 52% of people believe there should be a referendum on the issue.
Dutch leader urges voters to halt rise of the right wing in Europe
The election will be held tomorrow.
Putting rubbish in the wrong wheelie bin? It'll cost you an average of €30 every time
Greyhound said the reaction to the new measures has been positive.
A Father Ted stag party held a peaceful protest after getting turned away from a bar in Kilkenny
Fight the power.
This Inis Mór map features some very Irish safety advice
Don’t make unnecessary journeys…
Location apps could save your life if you get into trouble on a Christmas walk
The Coast Guard is asking people to use apps on their phone to provide them with specific GPS coordinates.
Reviews of Ghostbusters are flowing in - how is the internet handling the fact that they're not that bad?
The reboot of the 80s comedy has hitherto attracted truly titanic levels of opprobrium online – mostly it seems for featuring an all-female cast.
Keep the shades handy - here's how to avoid driving accidents from 'winter sun glare'
Painful glaring sunlight is a hazard all to familiar for most drivers.
Klopp: I don't want to risk Sturridge
Reds boss doesn’t want to rush the return of injury-prone striker.
Swimmers warned that full moon will make Christmas Day swims more hazardous
The full moon only happens once every forty years or so.
Long and O'Shea back in training but Martin O'Neill wary of expecting too much
The pair haven’t played much football in recent weeks.
Phone pinching might be the most stressful (and stupid) internet challenge yet
Kenny: 'Voters will have to choose between government or chaos'
The Taoiseach also said that he isn’t trying to be populist.
Take care - scam artists are going door to door pretending to collect for Pieta House
A spokesperson for the charity has urged people to be vigilant.
Enda Kenny warns voters not to choose 'political freakshow' of the Opposition
Is it election season already?
If you're planning on leaving the house anytime soon, be careful
It’s prime injuring-yourself-in-public season.
Watch these fellas clamber all over Dublin landmarks like it ain't no thing
Then watch them get arrested. Oh well.
'Unexpected developments' in Greece are the biggest risk to Ireland's recovery
The warnings come as a Greek debt deadline looms ever closer.
Women don't mind if men are ugly, as long as they don't misbehave
A new study has found that unattractiveness can compound the negative effect of breaking a social norm.
Traffic restrictions and extra gardaí - it must be time for Ireland v England...
The game will mark the first occasion the two countries have met on Irish soil since the infamous Lansdowne riot 20 years ago.
More of this peanut butter is being recalled because of a potential choking hazard
The FSAI said some jars may contain a ‘foreign body’.
Look what's happened to the Paddy Power shop on Baggot Street...
Is that… bubble wrap?
The Father Ted house got a wonderful visit from the Yes campaign
Ah go on.