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Dublin: 10 °C Tuesday 23 October, 2018

Today’s News

'Worst cover-up in the history of cover-ups': Trump lashes out at Saudi consulate murder

Turkish officials claim a 15-men team tortured, killed and dismembered the writer.

From The42 Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Old Trafford as Juventus too good for Man United Top Class

Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Old Trafford as Juventus too good for Man United

The result leaves the reigning Serie A champions top of the group on nine points.

'Predator' taxi driver jailed for sexual abuse of teen girl

Daly continues to reject the verdict of the jury and protest his innocence.

Around 20 football fans injured after apparent escalator malfunction

CSKA Moscow are playing Roma in a Champions League match.

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Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

An excavation at Tuam, the closure of two Dublin schools and a presidential u-turn – here’s what made the headlines today.

From The42 Analysis: Beirne is a game-changer for Munster and possibly for Ireland Turnover Machine

Analysis: Beirne is a game-changer for Munster and possibly for Ireland

The Kildare man has settled in superbly with the southern province.

Bord na Móna expected to announce plans to cut 300 jobs

A restructuring of the company to decarbonise its business over ten years is expected to be announced tomorrow.

'Perhaps we are wrong': Government to examine bottle deposit scheme 'afresh'

The Green Party said Ireland is sitting on its hands and waiting for the EU to legislate on plastics.

Girl left with scar after falling from climbing frame at Dublin crèche awarded €27,500

Caoilfhionn O’Donnell four years old when she was injured at the creche in north Dublin.

'His dignity was taken in an absolutely savage way': Family's reaction as man sentenced to life in prison for murder

Anthony Walsh had admitted stealing a bank card and a lighter from the deceased man.

'An attempt at humour': Leo has 'no regrets' over tweet to Brexit supporter

A spokesperson for the Taoiseach says he rarely does British media interviews as his points get skewed.

'Disciplinary proceedings' to be initiated against Tóibín for breaking ranks on abortion legislation

The Termination of Pregnancy Bill passed by 102 votes to 12.

Man (23) engaged in “catfishing” to lure teenage boys into sharing explicit images and videos

Ben Mooney later told gardaí that he had contacted up to 15 teenage boys in the two years before he was caught.

Two more Dublin schools closed with immediate effect over structural problems

More than 1,200 pupils in north Dublin have been affected by the closures.

The Candidate: Listen back to all six interviews with the Áras hopefuls here

Haven’t decided who you’re going to vote for? Look no further.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

From The42 Dingle official hit with proposed 8-week ban after mass brawl marred Sunday's Kerry county semi-final Kerry

Dingle official hit with proposed 8-week ban after mass brawl marred Sunday's Kerry county semi-final

The match on Austin Stack Park saw Dingle defeat East Kerry.

'Exceptionally important decision': Full forensic excavation of Tuam mother and baby home to take place

The Government has been offered €2.5 million by the Bon Secours Sisters, who ran the home, towards the excavation.

Two cases of Irish children with polio-like disease reported this year AFP

Two cases of Irish children with polio-like disease reported this year

The HPSC has issued a warning to doctors over a global increase in incidents of the disease.

From The42 Munster coach would be surprised if Murray makes Ireland squad for November tests Markers To Hit

Munster coach would be surprised if Murray makes Ireland squad for November tests

The scrum-half continues to be sidelined with a neck injury, having last played four months ago.

'We're expecting an explosion in passenger numbers': Shane Ross defends plan for new Dublin Airport terminal DAA

'We're expecting an explosion in passenger numbers': Shane Ross defends plan for new Dublin Airport terminal

A report containing the suggestion of a third terminal will be brought to Cabinet today.

Almost 90,000 illegal prescription medicines, including 5,700 erectile dysfunction pills, seized

The seizure was made as part of the Interpol-coordinated Operation Pangea XI.

Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, aka Tommy Robinson, back in court over contempt charges

The case has been referred to the UK’s Attorney General.

Seán Gallagher has said he will take part in all remaining Áras debates

Gallagher had previously said that he wouldn’t take part in any debate that didn’t feature all candidates.

From The42 IRFU confident Ireland's success is sustainable even if Schmidt leaves Joe Show

IRFU confident Ireland's success is sustainable even if Schmidt leaves

The Ireland head coach’s current contract expires after the 2019 World Cup.

Man (34) appears in court charged with the murder of Amanda Carroll

The mother-of-two was discovered by a family member in her home on Sunday.

Trial date set for two teenage boys accused of murdering Ana Kriegel

The Central Criminal Court heard the trial will last over four weeks.

Turkish President says Khashoggi killing planned 'days in advance'

Erdogan has said the murder was premeditated and those behind it must be held to account.

Taoiseach defends Michael D Higgins' use of government jet to fly to Belfast

Leo Varadkar said the pilots are “paid anyway” and the added costs of flying someone in the plane are “very small”.

Ryanair racism probe: Essex police hand over case information to Spanish police

An investigation is under way following a racist verbal attack on a Ryanair flight on Friday.

Irish woman pleads guilty to killing fiancé David Walsh in Sydney

David Walsh, who was a father of three young girls, was stabbed to death at his home in February 2017.

Poll: Would you wear a poppy on Armistice day? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you wear a poppy on Armistice day?

Presidential candidate Liadh Ní Riada surprised many when she said if elected she would wear the poppy.

Wrap up warm ... temperatures are set to drop below zero over the weekend

It’s expected to be dry and bright across most of the country today.

Woman (91) dies after car she was driving hits tree in supermarket car park

The incident happened in a car park of a supermarket in Trinity Street at around 1.50pm yesterday afternoon.

9 at 9: Tuesday

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

World's longest sea bridge - that cost an estimated €17 billion - officially opened

The €12 billion bridge took almost a decade to build while incurring major delays and cost overruns

Raw sewage from 38 towns and villages flowing into our environment, report says

The EPA’s Dr Tom Ryan said our health is being put at risk due to the impact on our rivers, lakes and coastal waters.

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