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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

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RTÉ announces new Nationwide presenter following retirement of Mary Kennedy
The next season of the show will air in 2020.
Event Guide: Heading out and about? Here's what's happening around the country this weekend
The weather’s set to stay fine, so why not get out and enjoy it.
Event Guide: Here's what is happening around the country this weekend
Bloomsday, the Wild Atlantic Way and Cruinniú na nÓg are on the agenda for this weekend.
Quiz: Can you tell which Irish town you're in by looking at its church?
Where in the country?
Temperatures set to fall to -4 overnight with sharp frost
A weather warning will be in place from midnight until 8am tomorrow morning.
A new cultural festival will reach every county in Ireland this Easter Monday
Organised by RTÉ and Creative Ireland, the Taoiseach gave a speech at the launch of Cruinniú na Cásca.
An Irish baby supping a pint on Nationwide in 1997 has become a phenomenon
Who is Pint Baby?
'Imagine the trauma, fear and confusion': 55% surge in child homelessness
Children’s charity Barnardos said it was appalled by the figures
Almost five million journeys were made on city bike schemes in 2016
The 40 million kilometres travelled since bike schemes began here is enough for 1,000 round trips around the planet.
Eight towns and cities chosen for €100m social housing plan of 450 homes
Further announcements will be made later this year.
Rents around the country are still rising, rising, rising...
Rents nationwide were up almost 10% last year, while in Dublin they now outstrip the peak levels of 2007.
County by county: Here's where the extra 30,000 who registered to vote come from
Clare came out with the lowest amount of people being added at just 78.
The Irish economy is meant to be recovering but July saw homeless families reach record levels
In 2012, an average of 8 families were becoming homeless in Dublin each month. Now it’s 70 families.
'Not everyone partied but the bubble meant their lives were better'
Peter Nyberg said it’s “unlikely something really exciting and new will emerge” from the Oireachtas investigation.
Most Irish people think they could have more money in six months' time ...
… and at the very least think they won’t have any less money.
'We won't pay': Protesters gather outside Irish Water HQ
There are also protests in Limerick, Galway, Cork and elsewhere.
Five members of this family lived to see 100 and they're hoping it's a world record
The family have made an application to the Guinness World Records.
Two thirds of Irish consumers can't save regularly
While there have been gains over the last year, most Irish people still can’t save every month.
Here's what the Irish are saving money for
Education, renovating homes and holidays are all increasingly popular, but saving for a rainy day is still king.
Have you got the skills to solve Ireland's social problems?
Social entrepreneurs are being sought for a new competition that offers funding for innovators.
A Clare family lost their home and two pet dogs in the storms
The O’Connor family will feature in tonight’s Nationwide Storm Special.
More people are saving, but not because they think it's a good time to do so
Despite an increasing in savings, attitudes towards it would seem to be contradictory with only 24 per cent of people believing that “now is a good time to save”.
This baby really, really hates Nationwide ads
Look at his little face. LOOK AT IT!
Under 50s stop saving as they struggle to pay off mortgages
It is thought that the deadline for property tax registration may have triggered this.
Unions to address "major public meeting" against Croke Park 2 proposals
A nationwide campaign against the proposals will include a major public meeting in Cork City Hall.
54 per cent of people still believe now is a bad time to save
The Nationwise/ESRI Saving Index revealed most people are still using any spare funds they have to pay down debt.
Saving index falls to record low with 48 per cent not saving at all
60 per cent of people say that government policy discourages saving.
Calls for nationwide diabetes children's service
Thomas Pringle TD has called on the government to provide insulin pump services for children with diabetes nationwide.
UK house prices falling at fastest rate in three years - report
Statistics compiled by mortgage lender Nationwide show the rut continuing – but it’s far more gentle than in Ireland.
Bus Eireann introduces first natural gas-powered bus
The trial bus will operate across a number of city routes in Cork until August, in partnership with Bord Gáis Networks.