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Saturday 16 February 2019
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Patrick Quirke has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Mr Ryan
'No panic' as slab broke apart over body of Mr Moonlight, court hears A digger driver who pulled a concrete slab from the underground tank where DJ Bobby 'Mr Moonlight' Ryan's remains were found said there was no "pandemonium or panic" when parts of the slab broke away and fell into the tank.
 
Main Headlines
 
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar ‘did not reference any specific firm’ '18-month delay and €150m cost' if NCH contractor pulls out Laura Larkin and Kevin Doyle Changing the contractor to build the National Children's Hospital (NCH) would cost at least €150m and see the project delayed by another 18 months, it has emerged.
A property in St Margaret’s Avenue was firebombed Three raids but no one arrested in crackdown on feud firebombings Ken Foy and Robin Schiller Gardai have carried out a series of raids as part of investigations into a number of feud firebombings in the capital.
Dunnes Stores, Bishopstown Toddler-slapping father faces charge of witness interference Ralph Riegel A father was charged with assault by gardai after a woman became convinced he was slapping his toddler.
Garda Joseph O’Connor Garda jailed for two years over child abuse images on laptop Declan Brennan A garda convicted of possessing images and videos of children being subjected to sexual acts has been jailed for two years.

 
 
Courts
 
Dunnes Stores, Bishopstown Toddler-slapping father faces charge of witness interference Ralph Riegel A father was charged with assault by gardai after a woman became convinced he was slapping his toddler.
Patrick Quirke has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Mr Ryan 'No panic' as slab broke apart over body of Mr Moonlight, court hears Eoin Reynolds A digger driver who pulled a concrete slab from the underground tank where DJ Bobby 'Mr Moonlight' Ryan's remains were found said there was no "pandemonium or panic" when parts of the slab broke away and fell into the tank.
John Gilligan outside Coleraine Magistrates’ Court yesterday Ex-gang boss Gilligan set to contest charges over €22k airport bust Nevin Farrell Former gang boss John Gilligan, who was arrested with more than €22,000 in a suitcase at Belfast International Airport last August, is to contest charges he faces in April.
Stafford made threats with a large kitchen knife Man 'off his head on drugs' attacked dying woman's son Aoife Nic Ardghail A Dublin man who broke into a terminally-ill woman's house and repeatedly beat her son over the course of four hours will be sentenced in April for false imprisonment.
 
 
Sport
 
Carlow’s Padraig Amond has been in goalscoring form for Newport County Pep: I expect to suffer Andy Hampson Pep Guardiola expects his Manchester City side "to suffer" as they come up against League Two Newport in the FA Cup this evening.
Oisin O’Rorke plundered 2-3 from play against Offaly. Pic: Sportsfile Kenny test out West Frank Roche Kevin Martin has enough on his plate trying to navigate his leaky Offaly ship through the turbulent waters of Division 1B, but that didn't stop a request for his early-season assessment of the Dublin hurlers.
Chris Blaney in action against Owen Jobburn in the Last Man Standing tournament at the National Stadium last March Pic:
Sportsfile Blaney back on comeback trail Eamon Carr It's almost a year since Chris Blaney fought competitively.
Chelsea's David Luiz Luiz: No Blues backlash to Sarri system Matt McGeehan David Luiz insists there have been no dissenting voices in the Chelsea squad despite troubling results under coach Maurizio Sarri.
 
 
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