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From TheJournal.ie Justice Minister says government will consider similar legislation to UK 'porn block' law Age Verification

Justice Minister says government will consider similar legislation to UK 'porn block' law

Credit card details could be used to verify a person is over 18 under the new UK rules.

From TheJournal.ie Taoiseach asks for details about letters sent to mortgage-holders demanding full payment of arrears within 30 days Cabot Financial

Taoiseach asks for details about letters sent to mortgage-holders demanding full payment of arrears within 30 days

Taoiseach has said it is now time for to review the tax treatment of vulture funds.

From TheJournal.ie Don't judge co-living on one planning application, says minister as proposals dubbed '21st century bedsits' Housing Crisis

Don't judge co-living on one planning application, says minister as proposals dubbed '21st century bedsits'

Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy said co-living is an ‘exciting’ choice for young workers.

From TheJournal.ie Varadkar confirms independent review will be carried out into an abortion at the National Maternity Hospital Abortion

Varadkar confirms independent review will be carried out into an abortion at the National Maternity Hospital

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said his heart goes out to the couple involved in the case.

From TheJournal.ie Brexit back on Cabinet agenda as Tánaiste says no-deal Brexit preparations must continue It Hasn't Gone Away You Know

Brexit back on Cabinet agenda as Tánaiste says no-deal Brexit preparations must continue

Leo Varadkar is to meet UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in Dublin in the next few weeks.

From TheJournal.ie Lyra McKee murder and parcel bomb plot given as reasons for two special 'Omagh laws' being renewed again OFFENCES AGAINST THE STATE

Lyra McKee murder and parcel bomb plot given as reasons for two special 'Omagh laws' being renewed again

Dissident republican threat and gangland crime are to be given as reasons for two special laws being renewed.

From TheJournal.ie Homeowners to pay back cost of house retrofits through their energy bills over 10 to 20 years Climate Action Plan

Homeowners to pay back cost of house retrofits through their energy bills over 10 to 20 years

The initiative is contained in the new Climate Action Plan which will be published in a couple of weeks.

From TheJournal.ie Ministers to order State bodies to decarbonise under new Climate Action Plan Recycling

Ministers to order State bodies to decarbonise under new Climate Action Plan

Public agencies will have to reduce food waste, promote water conservation, and roll out recycling practices.

From TheJournal.ie Prince Charles and Camilla to take in the sights of Wicklow Royal Visit

Prince Charles and Camilla to take in the sights of Wicklow

Gardaí have been carrying out security sweeps of locations where the royals are due to visit.

From TheJournal.ie Your PRSI gets you a free scale and polish and 300,000 availed of it so far this year Dental Plan

Your PRSI gets you a free scale and polish and 300,000 availed of it so far this year

Half a million claims for dental scale and polish, free glasses and hearing aids have been made.

From TheJournal.ie Bedsits of the future or part of the solution?: Minister says co-living flats are just another option for people Housing Crisis

Bedsits of the future or part of the solution?: Minister says co-living flats are just another option for people

Plans to build a block of 208 studio dwellings which would see dozens of people sharing one kitchen have been criticised.

From TheJournal.ie Donald Trump, climate change and free speech top the agenda at Dublin election debate Ep2019

Donald Trump, climate change and free speech top the agenda at Dublin election debate

There’s 19 candidates vying for a European Parliament seat in the Dublin constituency.

From TheJournal.ie Peadar Tóibín hits out at larger parties: 'If you vote Fianna Fáil, you get Fine Gael' Aontú Manifesto

Peadar Tóibín hits out at larger parties: 'If you vote Fianna Fáil, you get Fine Gael'

Aontú has 53 candidates running in the local elections.

From TheJournal.ie Dentists say HPV vaccine is a 'no brainer' as cases of head, neck and mouth cancer on the rise Dental Health

Dentists say HPV vaccine is a 'no brainer' as cases of head, neck and mouth cancer on the rise

Concerns were also raised about the overuse of antibiotics on children waiting for dental treatment .

From TheJournal.ie Dentists say government's new oral health policy will result in more teeth being extracted in both children and adults Privatisation

Dentists say government's new oral health policy will result in more teeth being extracted in both children and adults

The Irish Dental Association says policy will be ‘catastrophic’ for adults and children in lower income areas.

From TheJournal.ie Gardaí launch investigation into Wicklow County Council over allegations of planning irregularities Garda Probe

Gardaí launch investigation into Wicklow County Council over allegations of planning irregularities

A number of sworn affidavits were handed over to Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy last week.

From TheJournal.ie GSOC received nearly 2,000 complaints about the conduct of gardaí last year Gardaí

GSOC received nearly 2,000 complaints about the conduct of gardaí last year

The commission received 24 protected disclosures in 2018.

From TheJournal.ie Rent register might show average rent paid on each street rather than individual properties Rent

Rent register might show average rent paid on each street rather than individual properties

Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy hopes to introduce the reform later this year.

From TheJournal.ie Family members of victims to be consulted on how Ireland can introduce domestic homicide reviews Clodagh Hawe

Family members of victims to be consulted on how Ireland can introduce domestic homicide reviews

Pressure has been mounting to introduce the reviews after the murder of Clodagh Hawe and her three children.

From TheJournal.ie Minister accused of 'living in cloud cuckoo land' for saying rents are rising at a 'slow rate' On The Rise

Minister accused of 'living in cloud cuckoo land' for saying rents are rising at a 'slow rate'

The average cost of renting a home in Ireland in the first three months of this year was at an all time high.

From TheJournal.ie Garda Commissioner examining case of alleged Garda discrimination against Travellers Investigation

Garda Commissioner examining case of alleged Garda discrimination against Travellers

The minister said it is incumbent on all members of the gardaí to abide by the code of conduct as they go about their work.

From TheJournal.ie Ulster Bank says it's 'unacceptable' a data breach resulted in its former customers' details being compromised Cabot Financial

Ulster Bank says it's 'unacceptable' a data breach resulted in its former customers' details being compromised

The breach resulted in names, contact information, and financial details being compromised.

From TheJournal.ie Micheál Martin says some people on the doorsteps are calling on him to pull the plug on this government Go For It

Micheál Martin says some people on the doorsteps are calling on him to pull the plug on this government

‘People do say to me in some areas – go for it,’ said Martin.

From TheJournal.ie 'What planet are they living on?': Martin calls out 'farcical' broadband plan, says ESB agency should roll out network WiFi

'What planet are they living on?': Martin calls out 'farcical' broadband plan, says ESB agency should roll out network

FIanna Fáil says if in power it would set up an agency in the ESB to roll out broadband to rural Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie Government under pressure to explain why taxpayer will have to pay most into broadband plan Broadband Controversy

Government under pressure to explain why taxpayer will have to pay most into broadband plan

The government was told the private bidder will, “in effect”, recoup its investment by 2028. By then, the State will have invested billions.

From TheJournal.ie Government considering staggered closing times and 'night mayors' to enhance Irish nightlife City Culture

Government considering staggered closing times and 'night mayors' to enhance Irish nightlife

The minister has suggested a night mayor for cities such as Dublin could be beneficial.

From TheJournal.ie Newly released documents show Donohoe's department 'strongly' recommended against broadband plan Secretary General

Newly released documents show Donohoe's department 'strongly' recommended against broadband plan

The broadband plan will cost €3 billion.

From TheJournal.ie Cabinet signs off on the €3 billion broadband plan - here's what we know so far Rural Broadband

Cabinet signs off on the €3 billion broadband plan - here's what we know so far

The first homes will be connected next year, but some will be waiting up to seven years for broadband.

From TheJournal.ie Simon Harris says Ireland may own its own medicinal cannabis supply in the future Cannabis Eire

Simon Harris says Ireland may own its own medicinal cannabis supply in the future

The legislation to underpin the medicinal cannabis scheme is due to be signed off on in the coming weeks.

From TheJournal.ie Fresh talks hope to revive power-sharing ... but marriage equality remains a major stumbling block New Talks

Fresh talks hope to revive power-sharing ... but marriage equality remains a major stumbling block

Sinn Féin has called on the UK and Irish governments to step in and take the reins if the new round of talks fail.

From TheJournal.ie Varadkar regrets if tone on Waterford mortuary was taken up the wrong way Strange Story

Varadkar regrets if tone on Waterford mortuary was taken up the wrong way

Last week concerns were raised about dead bodies being left on trolleys in the corridors of the mortuary.

From TheJournal.ie Harris to bring in opt-out organ donation system, but law means families will have the final say Organ Donor Card

Harris to bring in opt-out organ donation system, but law means families will have the final say

The Bill also provides for non-directed altruistic kidney donation.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland set to make revenge porn and 'upskirting' illegal under new legislation Outlawed

Ireland set to make revenge porn and 'upskirting' illegal under new legislation

It will also be an offence to send obscene messages using any form of online communications.

From TheJournal.ie New online booking system for driving tests to be launched in the autumn Driving Test

New online booking system for driving tests to be launched in the autumn

Currently the national average waiting time for a driving test is eight weeks.

From TheJournal.ie Driving testers accused of being 'rude', 'condescending' and 'inappropriate' in complaints to RSA Driving Test

Driving testers accused of being 'rude', 'condescending' and 'inappropriate' in complaints to RSA

Complaints include drivers being told to disregard speed limits and testers getting into shouting matches.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook says whatever fine it faces over password breach is matter for Irish data watchdog Data Breach

Facebook says whatever fine it faces over password breach is matter for Irish data watchdog

The Data Protection Commissioner has launched a statutory inquiry into Facebook’s password storage breach.

From TheJournal.ie Government set to decide whether to sign off on €3bn National Broadband Plan WiFi

Government set to decide whether to sign off on €3bn National Broadband Plan

The plan aims to bring high-speed internet to smaller towns and one-off homes around Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie Irish-American businessmen (including Labour TD's brother) donate over €2k to Alan Kelly and Joan Freeman Political Donations

Irish-American businessmen (including Labour TD's brother) donate over €2k to Alan Kelly and Joan Freeman

TDs and senators received almost €6,500 in donations.

From TheJournal.ie 'Why in God's name does it take the death of a 29-year-old woman to get to this point?' - priest challenges politicians on NI stalemate Lyra McKee

'Why in God's name does it take the death of a 29-year-old woman to get to this point?' - priest challenges politicians on NI stalemate

It’s been over two years since the Northern Ireland institutions collapsed. With no functioning government,

From TheJournal.ie Teachers to be rotated among schools under new substitute panel plan Staff Shortages

Teachers to be rotated among schools under new substitute panel plan

Schools in North and South Dublin, Cork, Galway, Kildare and Meath are being targeted in the new initiative.

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