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Dublin: 18 °C Tuesday 4 August, 2015

Today’s News

From The42 Athletics’ governing body hits back at ‘sensationalist’ Sunday Times doping allegations Doping In Sport
From Business ETC The unexpected backlash when a startup CEO slashed his own salary to pay staff double No Good Deed...

The unexpected backlash when a startup CEO slashed his own salary to pay staff double

Gravity Payments boss Dan Price was lauded as a hero to other founders – but the story didn’t end there.

Facebook billionaire gives millions of ‘no strings attached’ cash to poor people

Could direct payments to those who need it most be the way forward?

From The42 Ireland’s Special Olympics team had a hero’s welcome at Dublin Airport today Hero's Welcome

Ireland’s Special Olympics team had a hero’s welcome at Dublin Airport today

All the best pictures from this morning’s homecoming.

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An evangelical Christian ministry which says gay people have “special needs” is in Dublin European Invasion This post contains videos

An evangelical Christian ministry which says gay people have “special needs” is in Dublin

Victory Outreach International are due to perform ‘Straight From The Hood’ in the Liberty Hall Theatre.

This Irish teen saved a man from taking his own life – and had a baby named after him

Jamie Harrington approached the stranger on the ledge of a bridge and asked ‘Are you okay?’.

From Business ETC Own a Mac? There are two security flaws you should know about Backdoor

Own a Mac? There are two security flaws you should know about

One of which would allow an attacker to install software onto your computer without needing a password.

A massive sinkhole has opened up in Brooklyn

That’s not a sinkhole, THIS is a sinkhole.

Winner of €6.8 million Lotto jackpot bought winning ticket from his brother-in-law This post contains a poll

Winner of €6.8 million Lotto jackpot bought winning ticket from his brother-in-law

Gerry Murphy has been playing the same numbers for over 20 years.

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From The42 Katie Taylor has pulled out of fighting at Thomond Park next month Cancelled

Katie Taylor has pulled out of fighting at Thomond Park next month

An agreement between the fight promoters and the Bray boxer couldn’t be reached.

Ted Heath accused of raping 12-year-old boy

Now 64, he said he was later “fobbed off” by social workers.

Community in shock after “gentleman” musician stabbed to death in Sligo

He has been named locally as Matt Kivlehan.

From Business ETC Irish whiskey is going through a resurgence – but not everyone will enjoy it The Hangover

Irish whiskey is going through a resurgence – but not everyone will enjoy it

One of Ireland’s best-known whiskey makers has some warnings for the industry.

Drive in Dublin city? You might want to make note of these changes

The Luas line is undergoing more works.

Fire fighters called out to same vacant house three times

The house in Santry was set on fire last night.

Attempted late-night sword raids at take-away and petrol station

Three people – two men and one woman – have been arrested.

ISIS circulates price list for sex slaves

Copies of the list emerged last year and it has now been verified by a UN official.

These remote Irish spots are about to make it to Google Street View

Google is lending its Google Trekker to Fáilte Ireland (nice of them…).

WATCH: Americans try to find Ireland on a map, and it doesn’t go well

Back to geography class for you. And you. And you.

From Business ETC Now Apple is saying it has no plans to become a mobile carrier World Domination

Now Apple is saying it has no plans to become a mobile carrier

It was said to be in talks to launch a mobile carrier service in both the US and Europe, but it denied the report.

Three arrested after shotgun and drugs found in house

Gardaí say the arrests were part of an ongoing investigation.

From Business ETC Ireland’s most popular place to order takeaway has delivered some very tasty numbers Feed Me

Ireland’s most popular place to order takeaway has delivered some very tasty numbers

Just Eat’s latest results are in – and the returns are healthy.

Animal rights campaigners want to “take the Puck out of the fair”

ARAN wants the goat removed from the festival.

From Business ETC Can your phone’s battery really be used to spy on you? Too Much Information?

Nurse who didn’t want to get older ends her life through euthanasia

75-year-old Gill Pharaoh spent her life as a palliative care nurse.

Teen who attacked and humiliated two girls in viral video avoids jail

The girl has been remanded into council accommodation for her own safety.

Two questioned over attack on man left alone and injured in field

The victim sustained serious head and facial injuries – but the crime went unreported for hours.

From The42 Could Rory McIlroy be set for dramatic return to action at next week’s US PGA? On The Mend

Could Rory McIlroy be set for dramatic return to action at next week’s US PGA?

McIlroy hasn’t played since injuring his ankle last month.

Er, so is air conditioning sexist?

New research says that it is made with the male body in mind.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s what you need to know as you kick off your Tuesday.

Poll: Would you recommend Ireland as a tourist destination? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you recommend Ireland as a tourist destination?

It’s a popular destination – does it live up to the hype?

Women engineers are sharing their photos to fight sexism in tech

Isis Anchalee starred in an ad, and got some negative comments. Her experience has inspired others.

“Giraffes are very dangerous”: US woman defends big game hunting (and prompts fresh outrage)

“There is a connection with the animal, and just because we hunt them doesn’t mean we don’t have a respect for them.”

Time for Ireland’s new anti-immigration party to answer difficult questions about its members

Anyone tweeting criticism of Identity Ireland will find out pretty quickly who – and what – their supporters are. And boy, don’t they like their St Brigid’s Cross swastika avatars.

From The42 Leading contender for Cork football manager job to decide this week on candidacy Rebel Hotseat

Leading contender for Cork football manager job to decide this week on candidacy

John Cleary has been touted as a possible replacement for Brian Cuthbert.

Limerick man killed in domestic dispute in North Carolina

Investigators say that they are not looking for anyone outside the home.

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