School Run News: The news everyone will be talking about today 3 months ago

School Run News: The news everyone will be talking about today

Five of the top stories in three minutes.

At Home: Woman seriously injured after falling off bike on Luas track

A woman has been seriously injured after falling off her bike on the Luas tracks in Dawson Street.

It is believed she has suffered severe injuries.

The freak accident occurred on Tuesday night.

Inquest into the death of baby girl at Drogheda hospital confirms cause of death

The inquest into the death of a baby girl, who tragically died at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda has revealed her cause of death.

It is believed the infant died from died due to a lack of oxygen.

A verdict of medical misadventure was given at court.


Willow Clarke was born stillborn on August 15th 2018.

Today, her mum asked, "How could a normal pregnancy end with me having to say goodnight to my daughter in a cold, dark graveyard instead of her warm, cosy cot."

Gardaí concerned for wellbeing of missing 51-year-old woman

Gardai have called on the public's help in finding 51-year-old Nataljia Rimsiene.

She was last seen on Sunday, September 26th around 8.30pm on Mill Road, Abbotstown, Dublin 15.

Nataljia is 5"2 in height, of slim build with long dark hair and blue eyes.

She was wearing a red jacket, light blue jeans and had a white bag at the time of her disappearance.

Anyone with information has been urged to contact the police.


Health: Taoiseach says plan to tackle waiting list issues will be revealed soon

Taoiseach Micheál Martin says plans to tackle Ireland's hospital waiting list issues are due to be revealed.

He believes the plan will help tackle the healthcare waiting lists affecting hundreds of thousands of children in Ireland.

His statement comes after it was confirmed over 100,000 children were on waiting lists.

He agreed that the number is "unacceptable".

Celebrity: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend Bond premiere

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the No Time To Die premiere in London last night.

The royal couple was joined by Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Kate looked like a movie star in a gold caped dress by designer Jenny Packham.

The mum-of-three wore her hair in an updo and opted for her usual natural makeup look.