Fianna Fáil health spokesman Stephen Donnelly said on Sunday that the future roll-out of a new HIV prevention programme  will be undermined. File photograph: Alan Betson

Fianna Fáil says thousands of people are being turned away from sexual health clinics

Gardaí at a  house on Ashford Street, Stoneybatter where a body was found on Sunday. Photograph: Tom Honan

Daughter believed to have found man in his 30s dead at home in Stoneybatter on Sunday

Mary Ryan, who had been missing since December

Mary Ryan (54) was last seen at Clonard Park, Waterford, at the end of last year

Boris Johnson during the launch of his campaign to become leader of the Conservative  Party and prime minister at the Sky Loft, Millbank Tower, Westminster. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Business Week: Also in the news was Government spending; tourism; and housing

The researchers wanted to find out how often home care workers have to put up with verbal abuse.

Cramped living conditions, dementia, and unpredictable work schedules identified as risk factors

Fever Ray - real name Karin Elisabeth Dreijer Andersson - performs live at Fabrique in Milano, Italy, last year. Photograph: Mairo Cinquetti / Getty Images

Research published in the British Medical Journal calls for warnings to be issued at gigs

Gardaí investigating the fatal stabbing of a homeless man on O’Connell Street in Dublin have identified the victim as Peter Donnelly, who was originally from Kilkenny.

Suspect arrested 15 minutes after fatal altercation which was recorded on CCTV

Staff on board the train located a nurse who went to the woman’s assistance.

GP who helped with delivery says he got gloves from the catering trolley

Karelian Diamond Resources chairman Prof Richard Conroy. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Group demanding egm at exploration company to remove a majority of existing board

Ballymun in Dublin was deemed a litter black spot and placed at the foot of the Irish Business Against Litter anti-litter league rankings. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Kilkenny tops rankings, but almost a quarter of towns surveyed were in some way littered

Angela Kerins, chief executive of Rehab, arriving for the PAC meeting in 2014. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Supreme Court found committee acted unlawfully in treatment of former Rehab chief in 2014

US president Donald Trump during a bilateral meeting with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at Shannon airport. Photograph:Getty Images

Business Week: Also in the news was tax, Central Bank turmoil, and the ‘green wave’

Jobseeker’s allowance applications represented 61.8 per cent of all new registrations.

Overall annual decrease of 19.5%, or 18,459, in the number of long-term claimants

Central Bank’s mortgage market measures are aimed at enhancing the resilience of borrowers and banking sector.

Central Bank figures show breakdown of mortgage lending for 2018

The Puck Fair is one of hundreds of festivals that could be under threat if the Civil Defence fails to renew its licence.

Legal issue with Department of Defence licence threatened hundreds of events

KPMG building on St Stephen’s Green. The professional services firm was appointed as procurement adviser on the national broadband plan in 2014. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Firm estimates that to restart the project from scratch would set it back five years

An estimate suggests that 350,000 excess deaths annually in the EU can be attributed to burning fossil fuels.

Air pollution is a significant health risk with the elderly and sick children most vulnerable

Detectives from PSNI’s Serious Crime Branch have launched a murder investigation into the disappearance of  Pat (William) McCormick.

Pat McCormick (55) from Co Down was last seen in Comber on Thursday May 30th

Irish Farmers’ Association president Joe Healy said the fever could wipe out Ireland’s entire pig stock.

Minister for Agriculture calls for vigilance as ‘rampant’ African swine fever spreads

Permanent TSB chief executive Jeremy Masding apologised to customers for the tracker mortgage scandal. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Business Week: also in the news were exports; Trump; Brexit; and house prices

Tom Kennedy and Ray Nolan, founders of  travel website Hostelworld. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Irish company, which held its AGM on Friday, expects to meet target for ’modest earnings’ for the year

The Central Bank said household deposits recorded a net inflow of €472 million in April.

Latest money and banking statistics from the Central Bank show lending increased by 1.9%

Irish businessman Richard Conroy is at the centre of another investor dispute. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Karelian Diamonds has received demand to hold an emergency general meeting

The proceeds from the deal will be reinvested in Legal & General’s growing core businesses.

Deal for £242 million subject to approval but is expected to be completed later this year

Wizz Air’s chief executive József Váradi (left), said the airline had delivered record passenger numbers and revenues.

Low-cost airline welcomes annual results showing record passenger numbers carried

Carl McCann, chairman of Total Produce, speaking at the AGM of the company in Dublin earlier this month.

Irish fruit and vegetable provider issued a short trading statement on Friday

President Michael D Higgins in Maeve O’Neill’s garden, Grounded: Growing Conversations Around Mental Illness. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Highest ever number of gold medals awarded to show gardens, says Bord Bia

One relative said that her mother was still in bed at 2pm one day, while another stated that she had to clean the resident’s nails when visiting. File photograph: Getty

Watchdog hears complaint that tea served in dining room only because inspectors present

Fianna Fáil’s Mary Hanafin (left) and Kate Feeney (right) who were elected in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Women likely to secure less than a quarter of all seats in local government despite increase

The hearse with the remains of Jan Kaminski arriving at Mount Jerome Victorian Chapel, Dublin on May 27th, 2019. Photograph: Tom Honan / THE IRISH TIMES

Life of Holocaust survivor celebrated in humanist ceremony in capital

UK prime minister Theresa May reacts as she delivers a speech announcing her resignation. Photograph: Chris J. Ratcliffe / Bloomberg

Business Week: also in the news were tax warnings; property prices; and media woes

In a note to investors on Friday, Aminex said it had appointed Tom Mackay as interim chief executive.

Oil and gas explorer appoints interim chief executive as Jay Bhattacherjee exits

Alison Cowzer  co-founder and CEO of East Coast Bakehouse: ‘The challenge is around the cultural issues.’

New statistics from the CSO show that women missing out on top jobs in companies

Ailbhe Smyth, former co-director of Together for Yes, said there were less Irish women accessing UK abortion services.

Groups are marking the one year anniversary of the referendum to repeal the eighth

The court heard that electrical works carried out by Mr Power were not in accordance with the national wiring rules and had the potential to cause serious injury to a homeowner and his family. Photograph: Getty Images

Frank Power of Kildinan, Co Cork, pleaded guilty to two offences before District Court

Pictured at the Eco Unesco  Young Environmentalist Awards 2019 are the winners of the senior category, Alice McGrath (16), Jessie Huang (16) and Faramade Owoade (16), from Ashbourne Comproject focussed on the plastic pollution crisis by developing a range of different art pieces. Photograph: Kenneth O Halloran

Winning entries at Young Environmentalist Awards focussed on pollution of waterways

In a statement on Thursday, Tusla accepted the findings and said steps have since been taken to improve standards.

National Review Panel to publish ‘scathing’ report on handling of Galway case by agency

Minister for Justice wants European football’s governing body to do more to allay safety concerns.

Minister for Justice said more must be done to ensure safety as Arsenal player skips final

Almost one in five said they engaged in regular binge drinking sessions, while 44% reported weekly drinking.

Drinkaware Index also shows high numbers of Irish adults are hazardous drinkers

Sean Cooke and Noel Synnott of the Men’s Development Network. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo / Inpho Photography

Research shows 88,000 men across Ireland have been severely abused by a partner

The Europea Commission inquiry centres on whether the organisation has restricted access to Insurance Link, which allows its members and large corporations that insure themselves to access the claims history of individuals seeking to take out a new policy with a fresh provider. Photograph: iStock

Business Week: Security at WhatsApp; Dublin’s booming hotel market; and banks

Alex Drimbarean and Petronel Bigioi of  FotoNation, which won  the multinational award. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Former taoiseach Enda Kenny pays tribute to Ireland’s ‘special relationship’ with the US

A CGI view of the redevelopment Sportsground provided by Connacht Rugby.

Project will also include a new high-performance centre and a greyhound racing track

First Derivatives chairman Seamus Keating said he would provide additional support to the company during this period.

Company said its chief executive will remain in his role during ongoing weekly treatment

Easyjet said passenger numbers increased by 4.9 million (13.3 per cent) to 41.6 million.

Budget carrier has issued a more cautious outlook for the rest of the year due to Brexit

The WB Yeats delivered in December 2018 commenced sailings on January 22nd.

Irish Continental Group said UK bookings fell in run-up to March 29th withdrawal date

Ireland’s housing association sector, or approved housing bodies (AHBs), provided 3,219 social homes in 2018.

Fr Peter McVerry accuses Government of falling short in its reponsibility to build

Students take part in a march for the environment and the climate inspired by 16-year-old activist Greta Thunberg.

Just 1% of 16 to 21 year-old respondents describe their generation as ‘optimistic’

Researchers found that glucosamine use was associated with a 15% lower risk of cardiovascular disease. Photograph: iStock

Study claims glucosamine associated with lower incidence of cardiovascular disease

AnnMarie Farrelly will hold the role until a permanent appointment is made by the Public Appointments Service.

Paul Reid departed to become director general of the Health Service Executive

Azzam Raguragui (18) who was stabbed to death in Finsbury Park, Dundrum, south Dublin, last Friday

Killing of Azzam Raguragui reveals serious ongoing problem of knife crime, says TD

Thomas Flynn was jailed in 2015 for the violent burglary of the Corcoran’s  family home in Tipperary. Photgraph: Liam Burke / Press 22

New figures showing fall in crime come with warning due to data quality issues

A Garda spokesman said a man was fatally injured in an incident involving trailer.

Incident occurred at a port services company at Belview Point at about 4.30pm on Friday

Brewin Dolphin chief executive David Nicol said the deal would allow it to “substantially” strengthen its presence in the Republic.

Investec injects €40 million into remaining Irish business

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar arriving at the launch of the National Broadband Plan with Ministers in tow.

Business Week: also is the news was competitiveness; GDP; and financial services

Azzam Raguragui (18) who died after he was attack in a park in Dundrum on Friday evening.  Azzam Raguragui (18), who died after he was attack in a park in Dundrum on Friday evening.

Teenager who was killed in a stabbing on Friday named locally as Azzam Raguragui

The Central Bank said the role of financial service providers in detecting and reporting in this area is vital.

Campbell O’Connor, which is closing down, to pay €280,000 after rebuke by regulator

IPL Plastics chief executive Alan Walsh said the results reflected “a solid start” to the year.

Company sees revenue drop 4.4 per cent to $141.8 million during quarter

Investec was advised by Investec Ireland Corporate Finance in relation to the sale of its wealth arm.

Company said Brexit and changes to its Irish business model had led to the decision to sell

Willie Walsh, chief executive of IAG.

Boss Willie Walsh said loss was mainly driven by fuel costs and timing of Easter

FBD issued a trading update to investors in advance of its annual general meeting in Dublin on Friday.

Insurance company is holding its annual general meeting in Dublin on Friday

Food producers at the annual Dingle Food Festival, which could be affected by the Civil Defence issue. Photograph: Don MacMonagle

Department of Defence to meet regulator next week for solution to Civil Defence issue

About €28,000 in cash from a house in  Dublin 24 was seized.  Photograph: An Garda Síochána Facebook page

Garda assisted in carrying out series of raids in Dublin and Kildare on Thursday morning

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President Michael D Higgins said the future of the EU needs a “vibrant political debate” as to the best path forward.

President calls on voters in the European elections to rediscover founding values of EU

An image of the drugs seized in Co Meath. Photograph: An Garda Síochána.

Man arrested following garda raid at property in Gormanston

Complaints about anti-social behaviour on the Dart almost doubled last year to 96 from 52 the previous year.

Minister for Transport Shane Ross said to be ‘concerned’ and taking issue ‘very seriously’

Smurfit chief financial officer Ken Bowles and chief executive Tony Smurfit at last year’s annual general meeting.

Tribute paid to retiring chairman Liam O’Mahony at group’s annual meeting

Gene Murtagh: he said Kingspan had a healthy project pipeline and intended to deploy up to €500m this year

Group says after its agm that it will ‘consider’ shareholder pay concerns

INM chief executive Michael Doorly and Murdoch MacLennan, INM non-executive chairman, at the company’s agm this week

Business Week: also in the news were INM, a new Central Bank chief and housing

Java Republic founder David McKernan will continue working with the company in a non-executive capacity as a brand ambassador. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish coffee distributor set for international expansion following deal with Cafento

Bank of Ireland has said it continued to deliver against its 2021 strategic targets during the first quarter. Photograph: Frantzesco Kangaris/Bloomberg

Group, in a trading update, says it is on target to grow its wealth and insurance business

Irish citizens will vote in a referendum on divorce on  May 24th. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Citizens to vote on reducing time couples must be separated from four years to two

Lucan Sarsfields’ Harry Ladd scores a goal against Na Fianna at Parnell Park in the Dublin Senior Football Championship. Photograph: Info

Extrapolating results of report to all Dublin clubs equates to about €1bn locally

The road was closed to facilitate a Garda forensic examination but has since reopened.

Gardaí appeal for information about fatal single-vehicle crash in Fermoy

The INMO counts the number of patients who have been admitted to acute hospitals but who are waiting for a bed.

INMO says overcrowding problem has more than doubled since it started collating data

Gardaí wish to speak to any taxi drivers or other motorists who passed through the Red Cow complex on Sunday.

Incident occurred in the vicinity of the Red Cow in the early hours of Sunday morning

The road has been closed for a Garda forensic examination to take place. File image

Gardaí also investigate hit-and-run in Longford injuring father and two children

The assault occurred at approximately 10.25pm on Friday when a 44-year-old man was attacked by a lone male

Suspect removed items of his clothing and laid down on the street, gardaí have said

Shane Gannon pictured outside his home in Kilbeggan, Co Westmeath. Photograph: Tom O’Hanlon

Shane Gannon suffered catastrophic injuries in a workplace accident in December 2013

Some 15.3% of new recruits in construction experienced a work-related injury in 2017, compared with an average among other groups of 4-5%. Photograph: Getty Images

Safety concerns remain over influx of inexperienced workers in the construction sector

The report revealed details of a legal battle between the IAA and its former chief executive Eamonn Brennan (pictured).

Group’s annual report also shows it is being sued for almost €800,000 by former chief

Then-minister for communications Pat Rabbitte (centre) at the launch of the National Broadband Strategy in 2012. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Business Week: also in the news were jobs; expansion plans; banks; and executive pay

Seizure took place following a ‘controlled delivery’ of drugs to a property in Co Meath

The State’s health watchdog found ‘urgent action’ was required to address fire safety risks at a Roscommon care centre. File photograph: David Sleator

Hiqa finds Tulsk facility did not take action recommended by previous inspection

Minister of State for Disability Issues Finian McGrath was in hot water for his comment about “political policing”.

Minister of State apologised to Garda Commissioner and told him: ‘I’m the bold minister who got into trouble there recently’

Temperatures will be well above average for the middle of April this weekend, although the warmest temperatures are expected to shift to the east on Saturday.

Area of high pressure down over Europe is bringing dry sunny conditions

 Taoiseach Leo Varadkar  makes a Brexit statement at Government Buildings. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

More jobs for Ireland, banking culture and executive pay were also in the spotlight

 Sabina Higgins and artist Pauline Bewick with President Michael D Higgins  at Áras an Uachtaráin where Ms Bewick was presented with the 2019 Kerry Association in Dublin Arts Award. Photograph:  Julien Behal

Kerry Association in Dublin Arts Award designed to recognise excellence in the arts

‘Huge strides’ have been made in recent years by charities in increasing transparency, Liz Hughes, chief executive of the Charities Institute Ireland, said.

Almost 66% of non-profit groups shrouded from scrutiny despite getting State support

Benefacts said 15% of non-profits did not comply with the statutory requirement to report on payroll costs in financial statements filed in 2018. File photograph: Getty

New report shows how finances of almost 20,000 groups hidden despite public funding

Gardaí believe the victim of the attack, a man in his 30s, was shot in the neck as part of a gangland feud in Co Louth.

Victim was shot in the neck at 2.45pm on February 26th at retail park in Drogheda

UK prime minister Theresa May and German chancellor Angela Merkel during a lighter moment at the start of this week’s emergency summit in Brussels. Photograph: Kenzo Tribouillard/Reuters

Business Week: also in the news were US tax and trade, the economy, AIB and bad loans

The bank said the transaction would have a negligible impact on KBC Group’s profit and loss and capital ratio. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Portfolio sale set to close in coming months as seller shifts focus to retail, SME clients

Sean Corkery said he was “happy to be joining Datalex at this crucial time in the company’s development”.

Corkery is the chairman of Denis O’Brien’s engineering services company Actavo

A protest in 2016 at the Irish Glass Bottle site at Poolbeg calling for affordable housing. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Council welcomes ruling that will lead to building of 875 social and affordable homes

Anyone with information is asked to contact Dundrum Garda Station on 01-6665600.

Gardaí appeal for witnesses to south Dublin incident involving motorcyclist and pensioner

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, with whom May is seeking consensus on a way forward for Brexit

Business Week: also in the news were unemployment, house prices, hotels and media

25/04/2017…news…File picture of A Bus Eireann bus in Dublin.Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Private company won tender to take over six Dublin commuter routes from Bus Éireann

Defence Forces troops in a training exercise last year at the Glen of Imaal, Co Wicklow prior to deployment to Syria. Photograph: Collins

Government says Lebanese authorities failed to grant plane clearance to land in Beirut

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