Irlanda do Norte

Irlanda do Norte, Irish Examine, Inglês
2024-07-12 07:54:18
CORK City’s Elysian can be seen as a barometer, of sorts, of the Irish property market over the past two decades. The three-acre Leeside site for the landmark tower, right next door to City Hall, was sold by An Post 20 years ago to O’Flynn Construction after a €35m development of a new regional sorting office just east of the city: prior to that it was a city rail station on Albert Quay. Development on what was to become Ireland’s tallest building (a 17-storey record it held for nearly 10 years,) began in 2006 to a design by Wilson Architects. Builders for the €150m mixed-use scheme over a double basement were Cork-based PH Hegarty & Son. The view from No 108 The Elysian on the 11th floor. Picture: John Roche Construction of the project was steady, with a major sales launch in September 2008 — just days after the collapse...
Irlanda do Norte, Irish News, Inglês
2024-07-12 07:30:10
Palestinian flags were placed on top of bonfires in south Belfast, at Sandy Row and the Village area Tricolours, election posters and sectarian slogans on display as bonfires lit across the north Facebook
Irlanda do Norte, Irish Examine, Inglês
2024-07-11 21:44:33
A man has died in a car crash in Co Kerry. Gardaí and emergency services attended the scene of the incident on the Ring of Kerry at Coad near Caherdaniel at around 6pm, where it is believed the man’s vehicle left the road and hit a tree. The man, aged in his 70s, was pronounced dead at the scene a short time later.  His body has since been removed to University Hospital Kerry where a postmortem will take place. The scene is currently preserved for gardaí to carry out a technical examination of the scene.  The road will remain closed overnight on the N70 Ring of Kerry.  Traffic diversions are currently in place.  A spokesperson for Kerry County Council added that there will be no traffic through the Ring of Kerry Road until 2pm on Friday. “Traffic between Sneem and Waterville is restricted to local access only,” the spokesperson added. ...
Irlanda do Norte, Belfast Telegraph, Inglês
2024-07-11 21:21:12
Some Eleventh Night bonfires have already been lit, but most will be burned later tonight to bring in the Twelfth. Eleventh Night bonfires to be lit across Northern Ireland Facebook
Irlanda do Norte, Irish News, Inglês
2024-07-11 21:00:24
Brady’s family, who have conducted a campaign insisting on his innocence, consoled one another when Mr Justice John Edwards made it clear that the three-judge court had not been persuaded by any of the nearly 50 grounds of appeal. Aaron Brady: Garda murderer shows no emotion as he loses appeal Facebook
Irlanda do Norte, Irish Examine, Inglês
2024-07-11 12:33:13
The number of hospital patients with covid-19 is “trending upwards” again, the HSE has warned as new figures show staff working with older people are most affected by the virus. Up to the end of June there was an increase of 16% among hospital patients affected and the HSE said this reflected an increase of 103% over the last 14 days. The main reason patients were admitted to ICU (intensive care units) is covid-19 at 23% of those patients.  “The number of covid-19 cases hospitalised is trending upward,” a spokeswoman said. While staff absences linked to covid-19 are significantly down on the pandemic years, concerns remain in sectors.  Across all staff 5.3% of absences for May, the latest data available, were linked to covid-19 with this higher for nurses and midwives at 6.3%. The data also shows 7.3% of people working with older patients were out for covid reasons, noticeably...
Irlanda do Norte, Belfast Telegraph, Inglês
2024-07-11 12:14:01
Hundreds have gathered to watch the lighting of two loyalist bonfires as Twelfth celebrations get underway in Northern Ireland. Facebook
Irlanda do Norte, Irish News, Inglês
2024-07-11 12:10:02
Jim Allister’s party claims the newly-elected North Down MP gave assurances that he would nominate an independent unionist. TUV North Down members ‘betrayed’ by Alex Easton giving DUP assembly seat Facebook
Irlanda do Norte, Irish Examine, Inglês
2024-07-11 04:33:31
The Irishwoman detained in Dubai and charged after allegedly suffering brutal domestic violence there is now “very relieved and anxious to get home”. Charges of “attempted suicide” and alcohol abuse against Tori Towey were dropped by the Dubai authorities and a travel ban was lifted from her passport on Wednesday following intense diplomatic efforts. Ms Towey and her mother may now board a flight home within the coming hours. They are expected to be back in Ireland this week. The Irish embassy in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will bring Ms Towey and her mother Caroline to the airport to get a flight home. Her case has sparked international condemnation of the Dubai authorities. Taoiseach Simon Harris first announced to the Dáil on Wednesday afternoon that the travel ban on Ms Towey’s passport had been lifted. Ms Towey, originally from Boyle, Co Roscommon, moved to the UAE in April 2023...
Irlanda do Norte, Belfast Telegraph, Inglês
2024-07-10 22:30:06
“We have now smashed our record yet again…” Craigyhill bonfire builders celebrate after claiming ‘new world record’ Facebook
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