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Dublin: 22 °C Monday 25 June, 2018

Today’s News

Male juvenile to appear in court over discovery of man's body in Tallaght park

The body of 23 year old Adam Muldoon was discovered in Butler Park, Tallaght on Saturday.

Peadar Tóibín on abortion stance: 'Suspension could affect my election eligibility'

He also confirmed that he won’t be resigning from the party.

'I've made myself a hate magnet': Roseanne apologises for racist tweet in tearful interview

Barr insisted she would never willingly have called “any black person a monkey”.


Poll: Have you 'gotten over' Saipan? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you 'gotten over' Saipan?

The 2002 row is back on the front pages – but how do you feel about it now?

Two men drown in separate incidents over the weekend

The incidents occurred in Dun Laoghaire and Killybegs.

Website crashes after tickets for Pope's visit go live - but wait times are back to normal now

So much so the website appeared to crack under the strain earlier. It’s back up working now though.

The 9 at 9: Monday

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

From The42 Kildare at home to Mayo, Tyrone head to Cavan - the latest GAA football qualifier draw Round 3

Arlene Foster praised for being first DUP leader to attend Ulster football final

Foster was also praised for standing up during the Irish national anthem.

Hydrations stations to be set up for rough sleepers in Dublin as temperatures soar

A charity group has also appealed for donations of water and sunscreen.

Ireland is set to create 57,000 jobs a year by 2022 - report

Ireland’s economic growth is set to continue – but house prices and rental levels are hampering the country’s competitiveness.

Weather warning: Temperatures expected to reach 30 degrees this week

Met Éireann has issued a Status Yellow temperature warning.

Trump calls for 'these people' to be deported 'without courts or judges'

The American president appears to be suggesting that asylum-seekers should be denied due process when attempting to enter the US.

Shutting up your inner critic: How to be more confident at work (and why your boss will thank you)

France arrests 10 far-right suspects over alleged plot to attack Muslims

The suspects were being monitored by France’s DGSI intelligence agency.

Outrage after man who beat six endangered penguins to death receives community service

20-year-old Joshua Jeffrey battered the birds with a stick while drunk on a beach in 2016.

Erdogan says Turkey has given world 'lesson in democracy' as he sweeps to election victory

Erdogan won over half of all the votes in the election, the state-run news agency said.

'We spend €400 million each year on drugs while only €10 million is spent on counselling'

Expanding the availability of CBT in Ireland at primary care level, would provide better outcomes for many patients, writes Sean Byrne.

Department of Social Protection to train staff in the use of plain English

Plain English is a way of presenting information that helps people understand it the first time they read or hear it.

Government providing €49.5 million for school clothing scheme, up €2.1 million on last year

It is paid at a rate of €125 for children aged 4-11 and €250 for children aged 12 years and over.

One night out in Dublin city with five different soup runs

There are at least 16 different groups or organisations that give out food and supplies on the streets of Dublin city on a regular basis.

Yesterday’s News

Explainer: Why tech experts think the EU's proposed copyright law will 'screw up the whole internet'

Internet users have been warned that even their beloved memes are at risk.

From The42 'I don't mind saying it but I cried when I got that phone call': The last Corkman at a World Cup Steady Eddie

'I don't mind saying it but I cried when I got that phone call': The last Corkman at a World Cup

It’s 20 years since Eddie Foley made history at France ’98.

'It brings back all sorts of memories ... I'm crying now': New project brings archive Irish clips to nursing homes Irish Cinema This post contains videos

'It brings back all sorts of memories ... I'm crying now': New project brings archive Irish clips to nursing homes

Hard-to-find TV shows, ads and docs were being shown as part of the Reel Memories project .

Council urged to stop 'Mickey Mouse' road patch-ups and invest in full improvement plan

One councillor said people have damaged their cars trying to avoid potholes on some of the roads.

From The42 'Representing Ireland, representing that badge, it's pretty special' Hooker

'Representing Ireland, representing that badge, it's pretty special'

Ulster front row Rob Herring was one of the big winners on Ireland’s tour Down Under.

'Two years is a long time': How PayPal is trying to hold onto company-hopping young staff

Louise Phelan says the payments giant is rolling out the perks for millennials.

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Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Renewed appeal after man killed in hit-and-run, juvenile arrested over man’s body found in park and good weather could bring dust devils – it’s the Evening Fix.

Kate McGrew: 'I came out to my parents as a sex worker on national television'

If you saw that show you will realise that sex workers don’t just sell sex, writes Kate McGrew.

'I would prefer to be drunk': The week in quotes

Here’s what was said and who said what this week.


Renewed appeal after man killed in early morning hit-and-run in Dublin

A male pedestrian, believed to be in his 30s, was killed when he was struck by a car.

'I wanted to make a film that was visceral and dangerous and had a woman at the centre'

Director Aoife McArdle talks to us about what makes her debut feature Kissing Candice so different.

Italy passes sea rescue of 1,000 to Libya as EU nations hold informal talks on migration

Migration across the Mediterranean Sea is down sharply from last year but it is dominating Europe’s political agenda.

Armed hunters 'surrounded the village, separated the people and killed 32 in cold blood'

Violence has increased over the past three years in central Mali in disputes over access to land and water.

From The42 Dublin blow Laois away with 18-point victory to land record 8th Leinster crown in-a-row Dubs Dominance

Elderly woman killed in Meath house fire

It happened at a house in Enfield at around 1.45 this afternoon.

From The42 'He said in football there were 2 types of people - those who pay bribes and those who accept them' Red Card

'He said in football there were 2 types of people - those who pay bribes and those who accept them'

Buzzfeed investigative reporter Ken Bensinger chats about his acclaimed new book on the Fifa corruption scandal.

25 people injured in explosion at German apartment building

The cause of the explosion is not known.

Ireland could experience dust devils this week as temperatures set to be still, calm and hot

Dust devils are caused by the ground heating up at different rates, which creates pressure.

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