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Today’s News

New report raises concerns over the use of isolation rooms in schools for children with disabilities

New report highlights physical restraint of children with disabilities in schools.

'She saw it as a stunt': Eoghan Murphy says Catherine Byrne got 'no deal' for confidence vote

'She saw it as a stunt': Eoghan Murphy says Catherine Byrne got 'no deal' for confidence vote

The Minister for Housing also said St Michael’s Estate in Inchicore will be redeveloped as planned.

Two injured in separate stabbing and iron bar attacks in Laois and Wexford

Officers in Portlaoise and Enniscorthy are investigating.

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From The42 Class act! Celtic's Irish star saves the day for young Rangers fan targeted by bullies Heartwarming This post contains videos

Donald Trump calls Brett Kavanaugh accuser 'drunk' and 'messed up'

“The second accuser has nothing. She thinks maybe it could have been him, maybe not,” Trump told reporters in New York.

Gardaí arrest 18 people in Carlow; 10 people have been charged

The arrests took place yesterday by the Gardaí’s Carlow-Kilkenny division.

Poll: Should the use of posters during election campaigns be scrapped? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the use of posters during election campaigns be scrapped?

One presidential candidate already said they won’t use posters during their campaign.

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Pillars collapsing in old gypsum mine may have caused Monaghan sinkhole

A geological expert said that there was no evidence of further sinkholes, but wasn’t sure whether the GAA club could return.

Temperatures to reach 20 degrees today

Met Éireann said sunny spells will spread to all parts.

Labour votes for second Brexit referendum to be 'option on the table' People's Vote This post contains videos

Labour votes for second Brexit referendum to be 'option on the table'

The party could campaign for it if Theresa May’s government fail to get a Brexit deal through parliament.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

Connacht reject Healy's claim of disrespectful behaviour

The sides meet in Saturday’s Pro14 inter-pro at the Sportsground.

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9 childbirth truths nobody tells you beforehand - plus should I breastfeed even if I don't want to?

Former Apollo House site put on the market

Apollo House site goes on sale with permission for a new office-block in its place.

Extensive fire damage to houses in Mullingar estate

Gardaí said that there were no serious injuries.

One killed and three injured after Moroccan navy opens fire on speedboat carrying local migrants

25 people were on the boat, including the people traffickers who were Spanish nationals.

Australian police hunt for men accused of torturing and killing kangaroos

A man was seen brandishing knuckle-dusters in one of the pictures.

The manner in which Gemma O'Doherty's candidacy was railroaded reinforces her main arguments

Political power in Ireland is held entirely in the hands of a small elite, who govern largely in their own interest. The rest of us are on the outside looking in, writes Caoimhín De Barra.

The parents of a Sligo girl, who died in hospital after taking ill in a restaurant, are suing the HSE

Lisa Niland died suddenly in January 2017 after taking ill while eating at a Sligo restaurant.

Unemployment set to drop again but Brexit could have negative impact on Irish growth

The ESRI said a neutral Budget may be the best option next month.

Pharmacy who questioned man about hydrogen peroxide 'discriminated on grounds of race'

The man said he was seen as suspicious “because of the colour of his skin and his beard”.

Fingal council says vacant home occupiers could delay handover of property to those on housing list

Activists occupied a property in Balbriggan on Saturday.

Yesterday’s News

Eoghan Murphy keeps his job as motion of no confidence is defeated

In the end, Fine Gael’s Catherine Byrne backed her party colleague this evening.

Arlene Foster claims Martin McGuinness knew of whistleblower's concerns over Cash for Ash as early as she did

Foster also derided the actions of former DUP minister Jonathan Bell in her testimony before the RHI inquiry today.

Germany's Catholic Church has apologised for 'failing' to deal with sexual abuse and 'the pain' it caused

A new report by the Church in Germany showed that nearly 3,700 minors were assaulted between 1946 and 2014.

Father of boy saved by 'Spiderman' from French balcony convicted for negligence

Mamoudou Gassama was propelled to global stardom after footage showing him rescue the boy went viral.

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From The42 Pressure mounts on Mourinho as dismal United dumped out by Lampard's Derby League Cup

Pressure mounts on Mourinho as dismal United dumped out by Lampard's Derby

The Championship club stunned Old Trafford with an epic penalty shoot-out win.

Have you seen this woman? She has been missing from Donegal since Sunday

Rhonda O’Loughlin was last seen in Bridgetown in Laghey.

Taoiseach to meet Catherine Corless after 'paying respects' at Tuam site

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar told the Dáil today that he made a private visit to Tuam on his way home from a conference in Galway recently.

Student who missed out on college place because of examiner's mistake calls situation 'an utter disgrace'

Rebecca Carter has been denied a place studying veterinary medicine in UCD because the State Examinations Commission will not hear her appeal until October.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

“Bizarre” presidential allowance, laughter at Trump in the UN and a tribute to Liam Miller – it’s the evening fix.

Foster mother takes Tusla to High Court over refusal to consider her as adoptive parent for child

The woman had been caring for the boy from a few months after his birth until April of this year.

Cancer warning labels on alcohol products will not be ditched from Public Health Alcohol Bill

There were reports that warnings on alcohol products linking excessive consumption to fatal cancers were to be removed.

'A sexually violent predator': Bill Cosby sentenced to 3 to 10 years in prison

His defence team has argued he is too frail for prison and that he is not a threat, but prosecutors pointed out he has not expressed remorse for his crime.

'Heroin in Ireland is an economic massacre - we have to find a new solution'

Grace Dyas and Rachael Keogh – author of Dying To Survive – want their new play about heroin to spark change in Ireland.

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Watch: New sinkholes appear next to primary school in Monaghan

New holes have appeared next to Drumgossatt National School in rural Co Monaghan after a local GAA pitch was yesterday struck by the original sinkhole.

Drug-testing roll out at music festivals and nightclubs to be examined by expert group

Drug-testing is available in a number of other European countries.

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