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"It is the worst form of humiliation" - Woman denied Public Services Card due to adopted status PSC

"It is the worst form of humiliation" - Woman denied Public Services Card due to adopted status

“I just burst out crying,” the 50-year-old woman says. “I really think this is the highest form of discrimination.”

Yesterday’s News

FactFind: Is it actually a crime to download movies without paying? Torrent Of Misuse This post contains videos

FactFind: Is it actually a crime to download movies without paying?

After a court ruling this week, we were asked to find out the facts.

From The42 Here's how the race for the 8 Champions Cup quarter-final berths stands As It Stands

Here's how the race for the 8 Champions Cup quarter-final berths stands

A big day of European rugby awaits tomorrow.

'The Kerry Babies case was a clash of traditional and new modern Ireland'

We talked to sociologist Tom Inglis, who wrote a book on the scandal, about what the Kerry Babies case tells us about Ireland.

From The42 'He's paid a heavy price for his bravery and commitment. It's a big blow' Get Well Soon

'He's paid a heavy price for his bravery and commitment. It's a big blow'

Ireland midfielder James McCarthy suffered a double leg-break in Everton’s draw with West Brom.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

A shooting, a shutdown and a new Sinn Féin leader had people talking today.

Group therapy helped me heal - it's why I created #BelieveYou bullying support group

Dil Wickremasinghe has found her way through tough times with group therapy and now wants to spark change with her own.

Dublin man who sexually abused his sister and raped his niece jailed for six years

The man began sexually abusing his younger sister when he was aged 14.

Ireland could get an Independence Day - but it wouldn't be a holiday

There have been a number of calls for an extra bank holiday to be added to the calendar.

From The42 Sad scenes as Ireland's James McCarthy stretchered off with double leg fracture Misfortune

Sad scenes as Ireland's James McCarthy stretchered off with double leg fracture

The midfielder was playing in the Premier League clash between Everton and West Brom today.

Drunk droning in the US state of New Jersey is now illegal

Infractions can be punishable by up to six months in prison and a $1,000 (€815) fine.

People across the world march in support of MeToo movement on Trump's inauguration anniversary

Earlier today, dozens of activists gathered in Rome to denounce violence against women.

British Airways pilot taken off plane 'amid fears he was drunk'

The flight departed several hours late from Gatwick on Thursday.

Here’s why you may not be benefitting from the government’s big plan to bring down your car insurance

While stats show that car insurance is going down as a whole, the cost of premiums skyrocketed 70% from 2013 to 2016.

Man killed in feud-related shooting in Dublin

The man was shot near a halting site in Clondalkin.

From The42 Leinster advance as top seeds after completing clean sweep in Montpellier Favourites

Leinster advance as top seeds after completing clean sweep in Montpellier

Leo Cullen’s men recovered from a poor first half to secure a sixth win from six in Pool 3.

'Pope' of French cuisine Paul Bocuse dies aged 91

Bocuse was France’s only chef to keep the Michelin food bible’s coveted three-star rating through more than four decades.

North Korea will send 22 athletes to the South for Winter Olympics

They’ll compete in hockey, figure skating, short-track speed skating, cross-country skiing and Alpine skiing.

'I can feel that': First US inmate executed in 2018 claimed drug used to kill him 'burned'

Anthony Shore was put to death for raping, torturing and murdering three girls in the 1980s and 1990s.

PSNI issues warning after over €20k stolen from elderly through phone scams

A number of elderly people were contacted by a scammer pretending to work for British Telecom (BT).

Teenager killed after being hit by van on Antrim road

The Moneynick Road has reopened in both directions.

US gov shutdown: Trump blames Democrats for being 'too concerned with illegal immigrants'

Thousands of government workers will be sent home without pay until the crisis is resolved.

Safe and relieved, but Californian children held captive in 'torture chamber' have long road ahead

Some of the children were so detached they didn’t understand the concept of a police officer or medicine.

Keep those resolutions and get more veg in with this spiced parsnip burger recipe

Expert tips from our GIY guru, Michael Kelly, that will help you to steer clear of plastic packaging in the supermarket.

From The42 As it happened: Montpellier v Leinster, Champions Cup Liveblog

As it happened: Montpellier v Leinster, Champions Cup

We were at the Altrad Stadium as Leo Cullen’s side looked to progress to the quarter-finals as top seeds.

Rain expected across the weekend with snow-ice warning for three counties

The outlook for the week is unsettled but less cold.

Remembering the 35 girls who died in a Cavan orphanage fire in 1943

Fine Gael TD Kate O’Connell highlighted the tragic fire in the Dáil this week during a debate on the Eighth Amendment.

Mary Lou McDonald has been confirmed as the new leader of Sinn Féin

Gerry Adams will be stepping aside from his role after more than 30 years.

Donald Trump is still under fire for business ties, one year on

Although he passed over The Trump Organization to his sons last year, Trump still won’t disclose his assets.

Thai police arrest Asian wildlife trafficking 'kingpin' caught smuggling €800k of rhino horns

He was caught smuggling 14 rhino horns from Africa to Thailand.

Varadkar admitting he wasn't fully aware of Kerry Babies shows importance of retelling our stories

When we don’t tell our stories we create a world where change is impossible and where inequality and oppression can openly flourish, writes Annemarie Ni Churreain.

Poll: How much exercise will you get this weekend? Poll This post contains a poll

Poll: How much exercise will you get this weekend?

Are those new year resolutions holding up okay, three weeks in?

Six questions Nóirín O'Sullivan will need to answer when she appears at the Disclosures Tribunal

Previous witnesses have set the scene. Now the Tribunal will hear answers from one of its main protagonists.

Family appeal for help finding Irishman (21) missing in Vienna

Ross Hanlon from Athboy, Co Meath went missing in Vienna at 2am yesterday morning.

11 dead and 46 injured as Turkish bus full of families bound for ski trip crashes into tree

The bus was making an overnight journey from the capital Ankara to the western city of Bursa.

A well-known Dublin sweet shop is about to make way for a new city centre hotel

Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe has closed its Dame Street store.

UK could get a special trade deal with the EU after Brexit - Macron says

He warned that it could only happen if it accept the single market preconditions.

US committee examining claim of Russian mafia money link to Trump's Doonbeg golf course

The committee is investigating the alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election.

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