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Today's News


Gardai have launched a murder investigation after the death of a man in Lucan overnight, the man was hit by a car in the early hours of yesterday morning after being chased.

Reports also show that shots were fired at a house earlier in the night, the victim was taken to Connolly Hospital in Blanchardstown where he was pronounced dead.



A strike by Bus Eireann staff is looking increasingly likely after unions said they would not attend talks on cutbacks to a payback of up to 30%.

The company has written to unions saying it will go out of business if proper steps are not taken to address its cost base and inefficiencies.

Bus Eireann have offered a pay increase between 1 to 3% per annum over 4 years depending on the level of income.

Bus Eireann Chief Executive Ray Hernan invited Dermot O’Leary to a meeting next Tuesday to discuss what is proposed.

He rejected the invitation to talks and warned that his organisation would be consulting with its fellow unions to agree a coordinated response to any attempt to impose the changes. 



A new survey has revealed three out of four pharmacies in Ireland have been the victims of crime.

The Irish Pharmacy Union survey found that a quarter of incidents were described as violent with a group saying tougher sentencing and measures to tackle shoplifting are needed or it will be forced to take drastic action.

IPU President Daragh Connolly described the findings as shocking and he was concerned at the level of violent crimes against pharmacy staff which he said was extremely worrying and utterly unacceptable.



Today's Weather


Mist will clear this morning it will be a mainly dry day with light winds. There'll be some bright sunny spells with highest temperatures 7 to 9 degrees.