Down boy! That bar of Lindt is mine.
Morris dancing, Easter bonnets and egg rolls.
Friday 18 April, 2014
A Friday Flashback to get your weekend started…
Jill Meagher was murdered in 2012 – now her husband has written a searingly honest and powerful blogpost about violence against women.
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin had said last week that priests were “hurt” by the cartoon’s publication.
The epi-centre of the quake was in Oakham, Rutland.
A petition has been set up calling on lawmakers in San Francisco to stop the evictions.
A number of other vehicles were rammed into by the van during the incident today.
The workers have been told they will be made redundant on 31 May.
A man in a second car was arrested after the incident and has been released without charge.
Experts found that the front and rear walls of the two houses date mostly from 1881 and 1908, with no evidence they date to medieval times.
Keep the sandals close by, just in case.
Blood, battle cries and graphic art.
Thursday 17 April, 2014
Cinema trip this weekend? DailyEdge.ie brings you snippets from new releases to help you decide where to put your money…
Schools don’t have the capacity to deal with the changes due to be brought in this September, teachers said in a new survey.
The framework sets out a number of commitments for making life better in Ireland for children.
Wednesday 16 April, 2014
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The bill sets up a new Shannon Group plc on a statutory basis.
The ICGP says that if Cabinet agrees to bring in free GP care, it will be a premature decision.
Disposable income, poverty rates and income drops were all looked at in the survey.
The ambassadors are from Iran, China and Senegal.
Curved cabs could be on the way in.
The male in his 30s was discovered yesterday.
Tuesday 15 April, 2014
Kevin Kearney’s body was found in a lake at Alexandra Park a day after he was shot dead.
Breast Predict was founded six months ago, and has already revealed some exciting findings.
The ISS will be visible in the skies every night for the next seven days.
We can’t see it here in Ireland, but we can watch a stream online. Hurrah!
Stephen White has previously worked in British Telecom and NHS Direct.
A look at Boston on the day of the bombings, and today.
Monday 14 April, 2014
Minister Frances Fitzgerald had promised in early March that the bill would be published soon.
The car was found burned out a short time later.
This day 30 years ago, the body of a baby was found on a Kerry beach. Its discovery led to a major moment in Irish social history.
Pádraig Schaler has been in a coma since last summer, and is receiving treatment in Germany.
One newspaper reports that the semi-state company will, but Minister Pat Rabbitte says no.
Members of the 31 AGSI branches will debate range of motions during this week’s conference.
The four men and one woman will appear before Galway District Court today.
Sunday 13 April, 2014
One child was so distressed that he talked about killing himself – now he is in a specialist language unit and more confident, his mother said.
Pádraig Schaler was injured when he was knocked off his bike at Cape Cod. His friends are raising money to help his parents pay for his treatment.
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