Post-mortem finds Jastine Valdez died by strangulation

A post-mortem examination has found that 24-year-old Jastine Valdez died by strangulation.

Man died of cocaine poisoning on flight to Dublin

A verdict of accidental poisoning has been returned in the death of a 24-year-old Brazilian student on an Aer Lingus flight in October 2015.

Zuckerberg apologises to EU over Facebook data leak

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has apologised to members of the European Parliament for the Cambridge Analytica data breach.

Ticket touting bill aims to put 10% cap on resale price

Tickets to concerts and sporting events could not be resold at more than 10% above face value under a proposed bill to tackle ticket touting.

'Substantial chance' of delay to North Korean summit

US President Donald Trump has said there was a "substantial chance" his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will not take place as planned on 12 June.

Sinn Féin agrees to back Judicial Appointments Bill

Controversial legislation to change the way judges are selected for office looks set to be passed in the Dáil this week and possibly as early as tonight.

Woman dies in three-vehicle crash in Co Wexford

A woman in her late teens has died following a road crash in Co Wexford.

Callinan denies publicising McCabe story

Former garda commissioner Martin Callinan has said he did not put into the public domain a story that Sergeant Maurice McCabe had not co-operated with the internal garda inquiry into the quashing of penalty points.

Manchester remembers victims of bomb attack

A minute's silence has been held to remember the 22 victims of the Manchester Arena suicide bombing last year.

Witness appeal following alleged sex assault in Dublin

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses following an alleged sexual assault in Dublin.

Savita inquiry chair says Eighth ties doctors' hands

The chair of the inquiry into the death of Savita Halappanavar has said the hands of a doctor should not be tied because of a legal situation.

Former IRA man refused gun licence

A convicted murderer and former provisional IRA member with a violent past will not be allowed a licence for a shotgun, a court has decided.

Pensioner died after he accidentally ignited clothes

An Irish pensioner who died after being found in flames on a London street accidentally ignited his clothing while lighting a cigarette, a coroner has concluded.

More than 50% of commuter journeys use public transport

The number of commuter journeys into Dublin city centre taken using public transport has risen above 50% for the first time.

DCU signs partnership with UN to tackle bullying

Dublin City University has signed a new partnership with the United Nations to tackle bullying in schools and on the internet.

Syrian refugees find a common goal

Syrian refugees are learning English through football, thanks to a unique initiative in Ballaghaderreen, Co Roscommon.

Cabinet agrees to set up 'rainy day' fund

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has confirmed the Government decided at this morning's Cabinet meeting to introduce legislation to set-up a Rainy Day Fund.

Average dairy farm incomes up 65% in 2017

The average family farm income in Ireland last year was €31,374, according to the latest National Farm Survey published today by Teagasc.

Proposal on alcohol limits for train and tram drivers

The Cabinet is to consider new proposals to lower the legal alcohol limits for train and tram drivers.

Pope told gay man 'God made you this way'

A Chilean man who suffered clerical sexual abuse has said Pope Francis told him in a private conversation that God had made him gay and loved him that way, according to the Spanish newspaper 'El Pais'.
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