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Dublin: 12 °C Wednesday 24 August, 2016

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From The Daily Edge The Chicago Rose has just been crowned the Rose of Tralee Chicargo
From The Daily Edge Night Two of the Rose of Tralee 2016: Liveblog Lovely Girls

Night Two of the Rose of Tralee 2016: Liveblog

Who will win the coveted title? Only one way to find out…

Rio police publish emails between Pat Hickey and THG discussing sale of Ireland's Olympics tickets

The “weekly” emails date back to 2010. Rio police also told TheJournal.ie that they want to establish if FAI chief John Delaney was involved in the OCI’s sale of Rio tickets.

Tourism slump as France counts the cost of terrorism and transport strikes

France is the world’s top tourist destination and the sector accounts for around 9% of its GDP.

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From The42 Courageous draw not enough to send Dundalk through to Champions League group stages So Close

Courageous draw not enough to send Dundalk through to Champions League group stages

Tonight’s second leg with Legia Warsaw ended 1-1 at the Polish Army Stadium tonight.

Woman who wrongfully spent 35 years in prison for murder to sue

Woods was diagnosed as schizophrenic and was “floridly psychotic and hearing voices” at the time she gave her alleged confession.

"I never imagined the State would use such underhanded tactics to try and shame a private citizen"

Homeless campaigner Erica Fleming says that false accounts have been spread to try and tarnish her reputation.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Fresh claims from Rio police, fallout from the Rose of Tralee, and a surge in employment figures – it’s your Evening Fix.

Drunk British men are most likely to jump from Spanish balconies - study

Only one woman was involved, all the others were men, aged 24 on average.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: Burnley striker charged for homophobic tweets and the rest of today's sport Tuesday

We'll Leave It There So: Burnley striker charged for homophobic tweets and the rest of today's sport

Here’s what the world of sport had to offer on Tuesday.

Child pornography: 75 people arrested in Europe-wide crackdown

Operation Daylight was started after Europol received information from Swiss police last year revealing a vast network of criminals involved in the sexual exploitation of minors.

From The42 As it happened: Legia Warsaw v Dundalk, Champions League play-off Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Legia Warsaw v Dundalk, Champions League play-off

Stephen Kenny’s men had it all to do in the return leg.

Lifeboat called out to respond to woman with jellyfish sting

The woman was feeling unwell with respiratory problems believed to have been caused by anaphylactic shock.

FBI investigating if double stabbing was linked to Islamic extremism

Authorities said a man is currently being held without bond at a jail in Roanoke.

Ramen noodles are replacing cigarettes as currency among prisoners in US jails

A study suggests noodles are “the most valuable US prison commodity.”

From The42 'Nan, I did it!' - Annalise Murphy got a hero's welcome as she arrived home this afternoon Homecoming

More than 2 million people are now working in Ireland, for the first time since 2009

There are 56,000 more people at work now than a year previously – a 2.9% rise, bringing total employment in the country to 2,014,900.

Hillary Clinton laughed off claims about her health on a US talk show last night

The Democratic nominee discussed her email scandal and Donald Trump on Jimmy Kimmel’s chat show.

Should students chase jobs when applying for college courses?

Betty McLaughlin from the Institute of Guidance Counsellors says that there is more to college than preparing for a job.

WIN: A seat for you and a friend on our Culture Night preview bus

You could get a sneak preview of three of Dublin’s Culture Night venues – before anyone else. Here’s how to win.

Gardaí seek help finding man missing from Carlow since the weekend

Harold Keogh was last seen on Sunday, 21 August.

Irish abroad: What are returning emigrants' greatest concerns?

Members of GAA clubs worldwide were asked to detail their worries.

France's burkini bans being fought as an "attack on fundamental rights"

The Human Rights League (LDH) is appealing a decision by a lower court in the Riviera city of Nice which upheld a ban.

From The42 Burnley's Andre Gray charged after disturbing homophobic tweets resurface Vile

Burnley's Andre Gray charged after disturbing homophobic tweets resurface

The 25-year-old also made a litany of offensive comments about women and apologised for his behaviour last weekend.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Gardaí concerned for man (55) last seen on Friday

Austin Speight was last seen driving his white Chrysler Voyager.

Majority of complaints against pharmacists relate to dispensing errors

Complaints made against pharmacists fell by nearly a half last year.

From The42 John Delaney declines to comment on Rio tickets controversy in latest interview Silence

John Delaney declines to comment on Rio tickets controversy in latest interview

The FAI CEO also paid tribute to the late Milo Corcoran.

'Some days I just cry and cry': Fiona Pender's mother on her daughter's disappearance

Fiona Pender (25) went missing on this day 20 years ago.

A dog set to star in an RTÉ show has gone missing

Sadie’s owners believe she was stolen.

Billionaire Richard Branson has just called out Jeremy Corbyn with a CCTV video Virgin On The Ridiculous This post contains videos

Billionaire Richard Branson has just called out Jeremy Corbyn with a CCTV video

Last week Corbyn sat on the floor of a Virgin train, but the company says there were plenty of seats.

DSPCA slams 'horrific' puppy trafficking after 23 dogs are seized at Dublin Port England Bound This post contains images

DSPCA slams 'horrific' puppy trafficking after 23 dogs are seized at Dublin Port

The dogs are receiving veterinary care, after being found by gardaí.

Having a child has a major negative impact on women's take-home pay

The latest figures from a British study back-up other similar findings in Ireland and the US.

Boy accused of attacking care centre staff granted bail after going missing

The boy is accused of attacking staff at a care centre in Dublin.

Health Minister says it was "important" to respond to women who live-tweeted their abortion journey

He said he expected all members of government, including those in the Independent Alliance, to back the Citizen’s Assembly process.

Liffey Valley gets the go-ahead to expand - but parking could be a problem

The shopping centre will now have over 60,000 sq m of retail and leisure space.

'No discussion, edits or changes' were made to the Sydney Rose's abortion comments on the RTÉ Player

Sydney Rose Brianna Parkins called for a repeal of the Eighth Amendment.

The devoted internet followers of Harambe the gorilla (RIP) have forced Cincinnati Zoo offline A Meme Too Far

The devoted internet followers of Harambe the gorilla (RIP) have forced Cincinnati Zoo offline

The zoo has had enough of the jokes and have deleted their social media.

Unarmed deaf man shot dead after failing to stop for police officer

A neighbour claimed the man didn’t understand what was happening as he couldn’t hear the siren.

For the first time in years, more people are migrating into Ireland than leaving

There’s also been a surge in migrants with Irish nationality arriving in the country.

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