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Dublin: 3 °C Friday 23 February, 2018

Today’s News

Complaint filed to Dublin Airport over claims security damaged a 300-year-old €282k viola

Violist Morgan Goff was travelling through Dublin Airport on 10 February when the alleged incident happened.

'It just gets harder': Renewed appeal from family of Esra Uyrun, who are 'still at square one'

The 34-year-old went missing on 23 February 2011 – her car was found near Bray Head in Wicklow.

Buying sex has been illegal in Ireland for one year but 'very little' has changed

Supporters and detractors of the new law have spoken of their frustration of the new bill.

Clontarf Baths will not fully open to the public next week - but perhaps later in the year

The bar and restaurant area of the facility is set to open next Wednesday but it needs to secure funding for lifeguards and other safety measures.

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Yesterday’s News

'Hell on Earth': More than 400 people have been killed in a five day assault on a Syrian rebel-held area

fter two weeks of negotiations, Russia today told the UN Security Council that there was still no agreement on a 30-day ceasefire in Syria.

€7.1 million Lotto jackpot winner makes contact with National Lottery

It’s the biggest Lotto prize ever won online.

From The42 Arsenal fall to humiliating home defeat but progress in Europa League In The Last 16

Arsenal fall to humiliating home defeat but progress in Europa League

The Gunners were beaten by Ostersunds but their first-leg win was enough to see them reach the last 16 on aggregate.

NRA chief criticises 'politicisation' of Florida school shooting NRA

NRA chief criticises 'politicisation' of Florida school shooting

He also doubled down on the NRA’s longstanding position that armed Americans were the first line of defence in confronting deadly attacks.

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The IFA will pay its former boss €1.9m to settle his legal cases

The settlement relates to disputes over a severance package and a defamation case.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Patrick Hutch trial adjourned, Trump on guns for teachers and a threat to Prince Harry.

From The42 'If you're only involved to get something back for personal gain, you should just get the f**k out' 2020 Vision

'If you're only involved to get something back for personal gain, you should just get the f**k out'

Stephen Henderson is hoping for another season of punching above their weight for his Cobh Ramblers side.

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend? Cinema This post contains a poll

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend?

What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.

Gang of armed locals chase burglars through town in Leitrim

An RTÉ Prime Time programme due to air tonight looks into the problem of repeat burglary offenders.

Nearly 400kg of cocaine was found inside the Russian embassy in Buenos Aires

The drugs had a street value of around $50 million.

Man accused of attacking three women goes on trial

The court heard how a woman fought off her attacker outside her home.

Take a guided tour of... Microsoft's new Dublin HQ complete with in-office bakery

We looked inside the tech giant’s Irish home ahead of its official opening.

Dart delayed as fight breaks out over tissue selling scam

The gardaí were called to defuse the argument.

From The42 Fergie time again, Porter pounces and more talking points as Ireland name side to face Wales 6 Nations

Fergie time again, Porter pounces and more talking points as Ireland name side to face Wales

The absence of two Lions from the tight five will be felt.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

'The HSE has lost all credibility': Partner of man who died 30 minutes after being transferred from hospital

A report found the death was “predictable and preventable”.

Harris on PTSB home loan sale: 'It's time to see a bit of humility from our banks'

Sinn Féin’s Pearse Doherty said the bank has been asked to appear before the Oireachtas Finance Committee next week.

Henry Bolton quits Ukip after being sacked as party leader

Bolton was confronted with a statement from his wife, whom he left just before Christmas, on TV this morning.

'If everything's fine, why's it being investigated?' - Social Protection peppered with tough questions over PSC

It emerged at today’s Oireachtas committee on social protection that roughly 450 people have had welfare payments suspended over failing to register for a Public Services Card.

Thieves steal €70,000 worth of coins from Wexford amusement centre

An estimated €270,000 worth of damage was caused during the course of the heist.

From The42 Furlong and Henderson ruled out as Schmidt names his Ireland team for Wales Starting XV

Furlong and Henderson ruled out as Schmidt names his Ireland team for Wales

Andrew Porter is set for his first Six Nations start in one of five changes to the XV.

Dáil descends into row over Citizens' Assembly recruitment criticism

The Citizens’ Assembly confirmed this week that seven of the 99 citizens were recruited improperly by Red C Research and Marketing.

'Theresa May, where's the money for Grenfell?': Stormzy delivers powerful Brits performance

Jeremy Corbyn praised the rapper for his performance, but Number 10 defended May in a statement today.

Poll: How do you pronounce the 'creme' in Creme Egg? Be Honest This post contains a poll

Poll: How do you pronounce the 'creme' in Creme Egg?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

Argument from Justice Minister that unborn has no constitutional rights 'radical', Supreme Court told

The Supreme Court is considering the legal arguments for and against defining ‘the unborn’ in the Constitution as an unborn child.

Thousands of carers didn't receive their weekly payment today

The Department of Social Protection said carers who need financial assistance should contact their local Intreo centre.

From The42 'We in the GAA want darkness and cover and, to me, that shows that there is a real problem' CPA

'We in the GAA want darkness and cover and, to me, that shows that there is a real problem'

Former Cork footballer Derek Kavanagh is hoping the CPA motion garners support this weekend.

Regency trial adjourned for a month to allow for investigation into death of Det Superintendent Colm Fox

Notes written by the late superintendent were handed into the court and read by the three judges.

Leo says 'bullying won't be tolerated in Fine Gael' following sexism allegations made by senator

The issue was raised as a passing comment at a private meeting where there was a larger debate about women in politics.

Convicted paedophile Bill Kenneally loses appeal for reduced sentence

Kenneally had been sentenced to 14 years and two months for abusing 10 teenage boys in the 1980s.

Derry Girls is the most-watched TV show ever in Northern Ireland

The comedy, set in the 1990s during The Troubles, has received rave reviews.

Poll: Do you believe Dublin's Metro will be built on time? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you believe Dublin's Metro will be built on time?

Do you think it will be delivered by the 2027 date?

Some wintry showers are on the way

…but the forecast isn’t all bad.

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