# gaa - Thursday 27 January, 2011
Over 749 people hospitalised with flu this season and 6 more flu-related deaths last week, according to the latest HSE figures.
Officers in Dublin are trying to locate the next of kin of 78-year-old Rita Keppell, who died in the Mater Hospital recently.
Enquiries to make contact with financial institutions and counselling services saw a hike as workers find a hole in their January pay packet.
Tomorrow’s meeting mediated by IBEC and ICTU could help resolve the ongoing dispute between management and cabin crew.
In one attack, a car bomb exploded during a funeral ceremony today, killing 48 people and injuring 121 others.
Three people arrested in relation to that find and the discovery of a gun in a house in Tuam.
Reports suggest presenter – accused of exposing himself and masturbating on a plane – could be heading back to the station in coming weeks.
Animal cruelty prevention activists in Canada are investigating after discovery of dog encased in ice.
Party leaders are lining up for a series of televised debates ahead of polling day, but who wants which kind of debate?
Former Taoiseach Ahern gets an earful as he exits the Dail.
Fine Gael leader fires shot across bow of government with ‘Siege of Leningrad’ reference at launch of trust survey.
UK police say they have arrested five men, aged between 15 and 26, in connection with the online activist group supporting WikiLeaks. Anonymous has also attacked Fine Gael’s site.
Government and banking are least trusted institutions in Ireland according to new global survey – but trust in Irish business is thankfully on the up.
The Garda Commissioner has confirmed that a reduction in the number of gardaí driving ministers is being considered.
The sacked Sky Sports football pundit is reportedly planning to sue for ‘unfair dismissal’. Should he have been fired in the first place?
PSNI officers in north Belfast are examining a suspicious device after a viable pipe bomb was discovered in the area.
At least four people have been killed during waves of violent demonstrations in Egypt; as the protests enter a third day, authorities have threatened widespread arrests.
Enda Kenny has rejected the invitation of a debate between Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and Labour, saying that other political parties must also be included.
Multi-award winning novelist Colm Tóibín will leave his post in Princeton to begin teaching to students in the University of Manchester.
David Kato had successfully sued the local newspaper which published his name, address and photograph beside a headline which read: ‘Hang Them’.
Now the whole world is desperately seeking Samantha and her lovestruck soldier boyfriend.
At least 215 members of Aer Lingus cabin crew have been taken off the payroll, as the dispute between the airline and trade union Impact shows no sign of cooling.
Nine things you need to know by 9am: Micheal Martin begins his tenure as FF leader; a surgeon who contracted HIV from a patient settles his case, and a hunt is launched for a soldier who left a proposal for his girlfriend on the wrong answering machine.
New leader of Fianna Fáil Micheál Martin says the focus of the upcoming election campaign must be on “substantial debate”
Russian woman’s attempts to bring her dead sister back to life backfired.
# gaa - Wednesday 26 January, 2011
Meterology expert says the city of Jeddah must be redeveloped if it is to cope with increasing rainfall.
Social media election campaigning getting seriously underway as Labour’s election app hits iTunes.
US stock analyst Richard Russell claims the dollar has lost all stability and is about to crash.
Sky says presenter has quit his post on Sky Sports following recent controversy over off-air remarks.
David Cameron’s private secretary apologises to the Sinn Féin president after the PM says Adams has taken a job under the Crown.
Labour leader says he has already replied to Martin’s call for two election debates between the main party leaders.
Cuisine de France has announced that it is cutting 124 positions at Gallagher’s Bakery.
Martin wants to debate Enda Kenny and Eamon Gilmore at the start and end of the election campaign, and says it will be the toughest campaign his party ever faced.
After a review of counter-terrorist measures, Theresa May has announced her recommendations for restoring “British freedoms” – but civil rights group is not convinced.
An 18-year-old man has appeared in court in Navan to face a manslaughter charge in connection with a death in the town last year.
The value of Irish exports in November 2010 was €4bn more than the amount we imported – for the second straight month.
Police in England are investigating what started a house fire in Derbyshire, in which four children died on Monday.
Most airlines expecting higher passenger volumes, but higher oil prices are taking their toll.