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Dublin: 2 °C Friday 24 February, 2017

Today’s News

Most customers back online after Storm Doris - but the forecast for the weekend isn't great

Met Éireann has warned that the weather will remain very changeable into next week.

Yesterday’s News

12,000 homes in Dublin will soon be monitored for what they're putting in their green bins

The trial is in order to combat large amounts of general back bin waste from being dumped into green bin.

Gardaí seize €130,000 worth of cocaine in Dublin and Waterford in organised crime crackdown

A man in his 30s was arrested after drugs were seized from a home in Tramore.

Check out Ed O'Neill from Modern Family's Jackie Healy-Rae impression

O’Neill spent some time in the Kingdom in the past.

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Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Storm Doris causes damage, Trump ends transgender bathroom protection and Enda Kenny firm on Brexit deal for North – It’s the Fix.

From The42 'We had to win, and it brought horrendous pressure': Eddie O'Sullivan's memories of Croke Park 07 10 Years On This post contains videos

'We had to win, and it brought horrendous pressure': Eddie O'Sullivan's memories of Croke Park 07

Ten years on from England’s visit to Croke Park, the former Ireland head coach sits down with Murray Kinsella to relive the historic game.

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.

Poll: Should pubs be allowed open on Good Friday? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should pubs be allowed open on Good Friday?

A senator has tabled a bill to end the practice of having to close pubs on that day.

Topless protester disrupts Marine Le Pen speech

Three security guards carried the woman out of the Paris venue.

Leicester City sack Claudio Ranieri just 9 months after winning Premier League

The Foxes are currently just one point above the relegation zone.

'I want to enlighten him': Trump inauguration singer speaks out against transgender policy

She joined a raft of other voices calling for Trump’s move to be rolled back.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: Sexton set to pack his bag for Saturday, Rooney's staying put and today's sport Thursday

We'll Leave It There So: Sexton set to pack his bag for Saturday, Rooney's staying put and today's sport

Plus, that all-important fixture list for a busy Friday of sport.

Looking for a job? The Defence Forces are recruiting 860 personnel

Defence Minister Paul Kehoe today announced a major recruitment drive for defence Forces for 2017.

Pics: Storm Doris has wreaked just a little bit of havoc in Ireland today

Uprooted trees and wayward trampolines were spotted.

Family statement says Ibrahim Halawa moved to prison hospital

His family say his heart problem has deteriorated.

On Brussels trip, Kenny says Brexit deal should include provision for united Ireland

Kenny said he also believed the triggering of Article 50 would be delayed a little.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

From The42 Quiz: How well do you remember Ireland's Croke Park win over England 10 years ago? Throwback Thursday

Quiz: How well do you remember Ireland's Croke Park win over England 10 years ago?

Cast your mind back to that historic day in 2007, the day Ireland hosted England at Croke Park.

Asked about controversies, Commissioner says there are 'inaccuracies we cannot correct at the moment'

Nóirín O’Sullivan said she was concerned about the impact of recent issues on public confidence in policing.

Fermoy service station killing: Two men released without charge

Four men were believed to have been involved in an altercation, which left one dead, on Tuesday night.

Four identical calves have been born in Co Clare. The farmer couldn't be happier

The odds of four identical calves born are estimated at around a billion to one.

'We've outgrown this dated practice': Bill tabled to open pubs on Good Friday

Irish pubs are an “intrinsic part” of our tourism offering and we should end this practice, said Senator Billy Lawless.

'Neither confrontation nor submission': Trump's top diplomat in Mexico to calm tensions

White House spokesman Sean Spicer said the visit was symbolic of the meaningful relationship the two countries have.

Woman in England dies after being struck by storm debris

The woman sustained serious head injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.

From The42 Sexton starts as Ireland aim to keep Six Nations chase alive against France Bringing Sexty Back

Sexton starts as Ireland aim to keep Six Nations chase alive against France

The out-half is one of three changes as captain Rory Best also returns after illness.

Iraqi soldiers recapture Mosul airport from Islamic State

A BBC reporter is on the front lines with the soldiers and is publishing regular updates.

'The Ryanair of transatlantic services': Norwegian Air's Irish flights launched after three-year wait

The low-cost airline has announced its long overdue transatlantic services from four Irish airports.

Unlicensed driver who knocked down and killed cyclist has prison sentence increased

The car had been seen driving dangerously, at a high speed and on the wrong side of the road.

A US judge has ruled you have a right to know all these actors' ages

The Screen Actors Guild thinks publishing actor’s ages leads to discrimination.

You need to eat 10 fruit and veg a day to avoid serious illnesses, study says

The previous five-a-day still reduces risk, but the number to aim for is actually double that amount.

Next in line: Children's self-portraits take professionals' place in Merrion Square

The organisers had hoped to display 100 submissions, but due to the number of responses have decided to increase that over 250.

20 fires started at Standing Rock as protest camp dismantled

“The camps will continue,” one protester said. “Freedom is in our DNA, and we have no choice but to continue the struggle.”

Teenagers shoot 14-year-old girl in the head and leave her in a ditch for iPod and $55

The 16-year-old suspects do not have any serious criminal history.

North Korea's secretive media breaks its silence on Kim Jong-Nam murder Families At War This post contains videos

North Korea's secretive media breaks its silence on Kim Jong-Nam murder

The state-run news agency has broadcast a government demand for the return of the body.

From The42 Ian Madigan: 'I would be open to playing for any of the provinces' Exit Door

Ian Madigan: 'I would be open to playing for any of the provinces'

The 31-times capped Ireland international has not been happy with life at Top 14 club Bordeaux.

Court orders new trial for death row inmate who psychologist said was more dangerous because he is black

“Our law punishes people for what they do, not who they are.”

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