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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 16°C


Iveagh Markets 'urgent' repair work not set to begin until late 2024
A report by
David MacRedmond
The work will focus on securing the crumbling structure rather than fully renovating it for reuse purposes.
25th September 2023
Gardaí appeal for help locating missing Dublin teenager Calum Kavanagh
Anyone with information on Calum’s whereabouts are asked to contact Ballyfermot Garda Station.
Veteran Fine Gael TD Charlie Flanagan announces retirement from frontline politics
Flanagan is the latest in a string of Fine Gael TDs to step down.
Security operation underway off Wexford coast as naval service attempt to board stricken trawler
The incident took place off the Wexford coast in the early hours of the morning.
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Bohemians fight back to keep Euro battle with Shelbourne alive
Ali Coote scored a superb second-half equaliser after Jack Moylan gave away side the lead.
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.
Man charged over crash that killed nine-year-old boy in Donegal
The nine-year-old has been named as Ronan Wilson from Co Tyrone.
Dublin Garda chief says 'better roster' will be found as councillors voice concerns
Angela Willis also told the Dublin City Joint Policing Committee that a garda had been injured at last week’s protest at the Dáil.
Storm Agnes: Status Yellow wind warning for 24 counties on Wednesday
A deep Atlantic depression is gathering off the south west of the country.
Two people taken to hospital after fire breaks out in Clare
The area around the scene has been cordoned off and traffic is being diverted.
Patient groups call for immediate publication of review into Crumlin spinal surgeries
The internal review at Crumlin was undertaken after concerns were raised about spinal procedures at Temple Street hospital.
Pascal Donohoe announces new domestic violence leave for civil servants
This announcement follows a similar one regarding domestic violence leave for private sector employees.
Factcheck: MEP Clare Daly ‘mistakenly’ cited wrong fatality figures for Russian invasion of Ukraine
Daly had also said that Ukraine had lost territory, citing Russian annexation declarations.
Sinn Féin questions whether affordable housing target on track based on latest figures
The minister hopes that delivery will ramp up towards the end of the year.
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Health and community workers to strike 'indefinitely' from 17 October over staffing concerns
The unions said the sector is facing a “crisis” in staff recruitment and retention.
Gymnastics Ireland issues apology to Black girl skipped over by official distributing medals
The incident after it was criticised by Olympic champion Simone Biles at the weekend.
'This is a week I'll never forget. It felt like Ireland' - Solheim Cup star Leona Maguire
The Cavan woman was central to Europe’s win.
Lego ditches plan to make bricks out of recycled bottles as it 'wouldn't reduce emissions'
Lego hoped recycled plastic could replace crude oil-based acrylonitrile butadiene styrene
Court dismisses former FAI chief John Delaney's appeal over CEA's access to seized documents
The former FAI chief had claimed that the documents were covered by Legal Professional Privilege.
Over 64,000 people emigrated from Ireland in year to April 2023
Of the 64,000 people, 30,500 were Irish citizens, according to new figures from the CSO.
Number of murders 'nearly doubled' in Ireland year-on-year, new statistics show
Homicide, theft and robbery crimes rose in the year to the end of Q2 2023, the latest CSO figures show.
Application process opens in search for new chief constable of PSNI
The Northern Ireland Policing Board has launched the recruitment process for the job, which has an annual salary of £219,894.
Tributes paid as competitor Damien Fleming killed in Clare motor rally
The incident happened during Stage 4 of the Clare Stages Rally which was being held in North Clare.
Poll: How far will Ireland go in the Rugby World Cup?
Ireland beat South Africa 13 to 8 in Saturday’s Rugby World Cup match.
Average price of 3-bed semi in Ireland breaches €300,000 for first time since 2007
The latest REA index shows that high interest rates are pushing first-time buyers out of Dublin.
Man (60s) dies following incident at cattle mart in Co Galway
The HSA and coroner have been notified.
Writers Guild to end strike after reaching 'tentative' agreement with Hollywood studios
The details of the three year contract agreement have not yet been revealed.
Leona Maguire stars as Europe complete comeback against USA to retain Solheim Cup
Spanish star Carlota Ciganda was the home heroine.
Donnelly promises free IVF will be expanded to include donor materials as scheme opens today
It is estimated that 3,000 couples will use the scheme per year.
Ireland's air quality last year was below WHO standards for human health
The Environmental Protection Agency has released its annual air quality report.
'It is incredibly disruptive': Householders' soaring stress levels over nighttime flights
A report by
Jane Moore
Details of complaints to the Aircraft Noise Competent Authority were released under FOI.
24th September 2023
Quiz: How well do you know these long-running TV characters?
Test your knowledge of these famous telly faces.
Money Diaries follow-up: A student air traffic controller on €24K living in Shannon
This week, our reader revisits her spending habits in her second Money Diary and finds out she’s doing OK.
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.
Children's minister says three-day strike by childcare providers this week is 'not warranted'
Providers are expected to close their services from Tuesday to Thursday.
Chef Richard Corrigan takes up his ancient right to herd sheep over a London bridge
He wasn’t baa-d at it.
Poll: Should American Bully XL dogs be banned in Ireland?
The UK is bringing in a ban – but should Ireland follow suit?