2017: A Year in Review

2017 sees Donald Trump take office, a number of deadly terror attacks, Ireland's homeless figure reaches a record high and the worst storm in 50 years hits our shores. Take a look back.

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January

Martin McGuinness steps down, Donald Trump steps up, while a mystery EuroMillions winner keeps the country guessing.

February

Enda Kenny’s future becomes a talking point, while Leixlip is hit with job losses.

March

A month of loss as Rescue 116 crashes off Mayo and Martin McGuinness dies.

April

Rescue 116 removed from Blacksod Bay, Trump marks first 100 days in office.

May

Enda Kenny announces retirement as Taoiseach, 22 die in attack at concert in Manchester.

June

Tragedy in Grenfell, May loses majority and Varadkar becomes Taoiseach.

July

Victory over IS, death on the roads and a ministerial marriage.

August

Floods hit the northwest, while 16 are killed in a terror attack in Barcelona.

September

Ryanair cancels flights, Ibrahim Halawa is acquitted, and hurricane season hits the Caribbean and US.

October

Massacre at Las Vegas concert, Ophelia batters Ireland and Catalans vote for independence.

November

Tánaiste resigns while Ireland lose out in World Cup playoff.

December

A cold snaps grips the country, phase one of the Brexit talks and Ryanair makes history.

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