Monday, May 20, 2019
Home Blog Page 2
Unvaccinated children face public ban to stop measles Unvaccinated children have been banned from all public spaces in a New York county as the state battles its largest measles outbreak in decades. (stock picture) Unvaccinated children have been banned from all public spaces in a New York county as the state battles its largest measles outbreak in decades. Officials in Rockland County,...
Juncker warns British that EU's patience is running out Varadkar will meet Macron and Merkel as May considers calling snap election in UK Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, left, and EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker (Michelle Devane/PA)Checkpoint: A woman is stopped at a mock customs post at a Border Communities Against Brexit protest in Newry, Co Down. Photo: Getty European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker...
Government accused of 'massaging' homeless figures as rates rise above 10,000 – including almost 4,000 children Stock Image Tánaiste Simon Coveney has been challenged to "fess up" and admit the Rebuilding Ireland plan he launched as housing minister is just not working as the number homeless people topped 10,000. Fianna Fáil deputy leader Dara Calleary told the Dáil there is "sadness and...
Tenants saved from mass eviction after €19m purchase of apartment block Tenant Aimee O'Riordan (26) was one of many tenants issued with a notice to quit in 2017 A MAJOR apartment complex in Cork has been purchased by Cork City Council and a housing association to tackle the city's spiraling social housing crisis. The purchase, which is understood to be worth more...
The Big Tech Show: Apple’s big screen adventure (on a little screen) Reese Witherspoon, left, and Jennifer Aniston speak during an event to announce new Apple products (AP) Why is Apple launching a TV and movie service? And will it be any good? This week, Adrian and Daragh O’Brien of Castlebridge wonder whether Apple can make it in Hollywood against the likes...
Support our farmers or find a home for 300,000t of beef in other EU markets - Creed tells EU Agriculture Minister Michael Creed. Photo: Arthur Carron Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed has again highlighted that Ireland would make a case to the European Commission that support for its primary producers would limit any possible contagion from UK tariffs to other European...

Life Home & Garden

Rare collection from the poster boy of Irish tourism Setting the scene: A 1953 poster of Blarney CastleA 1949 poster for Lough Derg is up for saleThe bronze death mask of Robert Emmet Can't afford a Paul Henry? You wouldn't be the only one. His paintings frequently fetch six figure sums. Most famously, The Potato Diggers (1910-11) sold for €400,000 at...
Paschal Donohoe doesn't believe election on the cards as he's 'already working on Budget 2020' Fine Gael National Conference in Wexford. Pictured are Michael Creed TD. Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Paschal Donohoe T.D. The Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform and Heather Humphreys TD Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation. Picture: Patrick Browne FINANCE Minister Paschal...
Declan Lynch: 'FAI grapples with executive culture - and loses' John Delaney in the Aviva stadium. Photo: Gerry MooneyWe should all be working on the assumption that America is a much stranger place than we've ever imagined. We know how strange it can be, from the movies and so forth, but it is probably much stranger than that. John Delaney is...
Four children among seven dead as airstrike hits rural hospital in Yemen Kitaf rural hospital in Yemen, where four children died. Photo: From social media An airstrike, most likely by the Saudi-led coalition, struck near a rural hospital in northern Yemen, killing seven people including four children, according to the charity Save the Children, which supports the facility. Tuesday's attack was the...

MOST POPULAR

HOT NEWS