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Today’s News

'Ah Jaysis': Vincent Browne was his usual self last night even with a fitting choral sendoff

Browne took a look back at some of the most significant events of the last decade, including the marriage equality referendum.

Blow for Trump as US Senate rejects partial Obamacare repeal

Three Republican Senators voted with Democrats to defeat the measure.

Man executed in Texas despite last-ditch claims lawyer defended him using Wikipedia for research

A last minute appeal claimed that TaiChin Preyor’s trial lawyer had insufficient familiarity with Texan law in order to defend him adequately.

'A f*****g paranoid schizophrenic': Trump's communications chief phones magazine, rips into colleagues

Anthony Scaramucci made the foul-mouthed comments in a conversation with a journalist for The New Yorker.

Eamon Ryan: 'Electric cars are about to go mainstream in a dramatic way'

We don’t make cars or batteries or charging stations but we can write the software and smart grid codes, writes Eamon Ryan.

'The priests are all old men now, and so are we': Heartbreak at Limerick's last male-only Mass

Members are disappointed that there was no vote before the decision was made to end the 150-year-old service.

The body that investigates gardaí is looking to ramp up its interview skills

The body that investigates gardaí is looking to ramp up its interview skills

Gsoc says it wants its interviewers to be trained like police.

Man who collected welfare and fathered child after escaping from open prison to be returned to prison

Gardaí did not enter the details of the escape on the Pulse system.

Government defends lack of information on people who died in direct provision

Over the past 10 years, 44 people have died in direct provision.

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Victorian red-brick splendour bursting with charm in leafy Dublin 6

There's been a surge in complaints about Irish 'influencers' plugging products Exclusive

Three times the amount of complaints have been received so far in 2017 compared to all of last year.

Yesterday’s News

As it happened: The last Vincent Browne show

The veteran journalist leaves the show after ten years at the helm.

Unidentified man buried in Wales 32 years ago could be Irishman Brendan Dowley

A retired garda has given his DNA to Welsh authorities, who are now reinvestigating the case.

Paramedic tells court that Jason Corbett 'felt cool' and had dried blood on his face

Amanda Hackworth, a Davidson County paramedic, said she reached her arm over Jason Corbett’s body and felt the coolness.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

The last of Tonight with Vincent Browne, water returns to Louth and Meath, and a bizarre statement from Bray Wanderers.

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Man injured after being struck by Luas

The condition of the injured person is not yet known.

From The42 'Football has really worked out for me. I’ve been able to see different countries and meet new people' Well-travelled

'Football has really worked out for me. I’ve been able to see different countries and meet new people'

Shamrock Rovers goalkeeper Tomer Chencinski is enjoying life in Dublin ahead of Friday’s derby with Bohemians.

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend? Cinema This post contains a poll

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend?

What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.

'A horrifying ordeal': Teenage girl raped twice in one night by two separate attackers

A major investigation has been launched to identify the attackers.

From The42 Another sprint medal for Ireland's youngsters as Adekele bags 200m European silver Rising Stars

Another sprint medal for Ireland's youngsters as Adekele bags 200m European silver

Fourteen-year-old Rhasidat Adekele is bringing silver home from Hungary.

Johnny Ronan argues his rejected skyscraper would 'economically enhance' Dublin

His property firm has demanded an oral hearing from An Bord Pleanála.

Police investigating Grenfell Tower fire say that the council 'may have committed manslaughter'

“In due course, a senior representative of each corporation will be formally interviewed by police in relation to the potential offence.”

Sinead O'Connor is being sued by her former manager for alleged breach of contract

Fachtna O’Ceallaigh is seeking upwards of €500,000 damages.

Supreme Court blocks State from deporting Algerian man linked to terrorism

The judge said it was not clear why the Minister for Justice concluded that the man was not at risk of being tortured if deported.

Charlie Gard to be moved to hospice for his final days after ruling by judge

A judge made the order after an agreement on Charlie’s end-of-life care plan couldn’t be found.

Gardaí appeal for help finding missing woman in Cork

43-year-old Caroline O’Mahony is missing from her home since Tuesday.

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is now the world's richest person

The entrepreneur leapfrogged Microsoft’s Bill Gates, who’s been at the top spot for the past four years.

Passengers warned of potential long delays at airports in Europe this summer

A new EU regulation introduced in March has led to tighter border control in European airports.

Dublin man charged over last night's stand-off at St Agnes' Church

The 51-year-old man said he would stay away from all church properties and their grounds in compliance with his bail conditions.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Water returns to Louth and Meath after a 'complex' repair - Irish Water

The water being produced by the fixed main may be discoloured but is still drinkable.

From The42 Taylor inspired by Rousey and Holm 'to bring women's boxing to the next level' American Dream

Taylor inspired by Rousey and Holm 'to bring women's boxing to the next level'

The Bray boxer competes for the sixth time as a professional this Saturday night in Brooklyn.

Man in his 80s struck by bus in Dun Laoghaire

The incident occurred on Marine Road at 12.20pm.

Charity wrongly paid €84k to two former trustees, who were parents of the CEO

The Charities Regulator carried out the investigation into the charity Ataxia Ireland.

79-year-old woman who fractured spine in hospital awarded €59,000 in damages

Margaret Fitzpatrick had sued Dublin’s Mater Misericordiae Hospital following the incident in April 2015.

Minister tells UN Convention that some prison inmates don't have a flush toilet in their cells

Minister for State David Stanton was addressing the UN Convention Against Torture.

Madonna settles claim with Mail Online after it revealed details of her adoption of twins from Malawi

The singer had sued Associated Newspapers over the story, which appeared last January.

Gardaí appeal for help finding missing man in Kildare

43-year-old John Burns has been missing since Tuesday.

Man charged over murder of man whose body was found in Dublin lane

Andrew Guerrine’s body was found in the Rathcoole area of Dublin in May 2015.

Poll: Do you always finish out your course of antibiotics? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you always finish out your course of antibiotics?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

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