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Dublin: 14 °C Tuesday 21 November, 2017

Today’s News

'There's only one police force in Ireland': Top guard slams vigilante groups following high profile case

Earlier this year two separate men were confronted after being wrongly identified as a convicted paedophile.

An Post receives €30m loan to save rural post offices and continue five-day service

The funding has been provided to An Post with immediate effect.

Government insists it had no 'hand, act or part' in McCabe legal strategy as questions mount

The Taoiseach and Tánaiste have addressed the mounting controversy this afternoon.

From The42 Premier League history made as Everton's Oumar Niasse charged for diving First Time

Premier League history made as Everton's Oumar Niasse charged for diving

The Toffees striker was guilty of ‘successful deception of a match official’ in Saturday’s draw with Crystal Palace, according to the FA.


Teen held over stabbing at house in Offaly is released without charge

The youth had been arrested in connection with the incident.

Noises heard at sea 'weren't from missing Argentine submarine'

Apparent distress calls were dismissed as not coming from the vessel.

'Major non-compliance': 82 foster carers in Cork did not have up-to-date Garda vetting

HIQA has written to the COO of Tusla about the risks that were identified.

Renewed appeal for Ciara Farrell missing since last Tuesday

The 45-year-old was last seen in the Dublin 4 area on Tuesday 14 November.

Heavy rain and snow ahead: Rainfall warning issued for Leinster and Munster

Temperatures are set drop to five degrees tomorrow, going down to zero tomorrow night.

How Tesla are trying to rewrite the rulebook - plus how to buy a great compact crossover for €12k

Markievicz exhibit among celebration of 100 years since women's right to vote

Republican leader Markievicz will also be celebrated in the UK as the first woman elected to the UK House of Commons.

Irish workers among those facing 'endemic wage theft' in Australia

The exploitation is “especially severe” in fruit-and-vegetable picking.

Vincent Browne: '60,000 old people have hardly any visits from friends or family. It's awful'

Browne was speaking at the launch of Alone’s Christmas campaign for older people.

Construction workers in Germany found this massive swastika underneath a sports pitch

City officials say they want the swastika, which was buried 40 centimeters below the ground, gone as quickly as possible.

Sinead Desmond's departure from TV3 is 'now a legal matter'

Desmond left the station seven weeks ago amid reports of a gender pay-gap row.

Criminal Asset Bureau seize nine cars, €100k in cash and Rolex watches in Kerry raids CAB
Poll: Do you get your chimney swept for winter? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you get your chimney swept for winter?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

Three legal challenges to Dublin Airport's €320m runway thrown out

The three challenges were made by two residents’ groups and Friends of the Irish Environment.

'The roof was blown off': At least 50 killed in suicide bombing at Nigerian mosque

“It was when the prayers were on that he set off his explosives,” a police spokesperson said.

Presenter Sarah McInerney is leaving Newstalk

Her colleague Chris Donoghue announced that he would be leaving the station on Saturday.

Chicago police officer given 5 years in prison for shooting car full of 5 teenagers

Marco Proano said he fired to protect a teen hanging out of the window of the car.

New 'improved' rosters for Bus Éireann drivers in Navan from Sunday - NBRU

Discussions have been taking place between management and unions over pay, rosters, and drivers’ productivity.

Poll: Do you give money to buskers? Street Performance This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you give money to buskers?

Galway city council are looking at new laws to restrict the performances of buskers.

Al Porter replaced by former Mrs Brown's Boys star Rory Cowan in Olympia Panto

Porter stood down from the show following a series of allegations of inappropriate behaviour.

Harrison Ford turns into real-life hero after woman crashes car into ditch

Ford was driving behind the car in question when the driver lost control.

Tennis star Maria Sharapova named in luxury housing fraud probe in India

Prospective buyers were told the complex would house a tennis academy, a clubhouse and a helipad.

Rohingya crisis: 'We would be better in prison because at least we would have food'

A new Amnesty International report has said Rohingya treatment amounts to apartheid.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s all the news you need to know as you begin Tuesday.

'How in the name of God did this happen?': Government under fresh pressure over McCabe timeline

The government is under pressure to disclose what it knew about plans to discredit the whistleblower.

From The42 Lancaster: 'Carbery narrowing the gap with probably one of the best out-halves in the world' The Joey Show

Lancaster: 'Carbery narrowing the gap with probably one of the best out-halves in the world'

Even in absentia, the conversation revolves around the 22-year-old.

US talkshow host Charlie Rose suspended over sexual harassment allegations

“I always felt that I was pursuing shared feelings, even though I now realise I was mistaken,” the 75-year-old said.

'They will start impeaching him': Process to oust Robert Mugabe begins

The 93-year-old leader’s own party Zanu-PF has begun the process to impeach its former leader.

Berkeley balcony collapse: Settlement reached with owners and property managers of complex

Six students were killed when the balcony at the Blackrock Library Gardens complex collapsed.

Measles outbreak: Should we pay doctors to track down unvaccinated children?

Australian doctors receive payments to track down and vaccinate children who are more than two months overdue for their vaccines, writes Jennifer Whitmore.

Common shoulder surgery may not actually reduce shoulder pain for some patients

“Our findings call into question the value of shoulder decompression surgery for this group of patients,” said researchers.

'Vague and poorly written': Galway buskers are irate at council plans for new restrictions

Galway City Council has opened a public consultation for people to have their say on proposed new bye-laws.

'Obviously life means nothing to these people': Patient dies waiting for deal on vital medication

The HSE has been negotiating with pharmaceutical company CSL Behring to make Respreeza available to Alpha One patients.

Vigilante cybersecurity expert targets Dublin firm

Citypost said that it would temporarily take down its site in response to concerns raised.

Yesterday’s News

Ireland and the EU were standing side-by-side in making Brexit demands on the UK today

Michel Barnier, however, says the UK will be rewarded if it makes progress.

UN probe video of apparent slave auction in Libya

A video showing the apparent trade surfaced last week.

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