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Dublin: 10 °C Monday 23 January, 2017

Today’s News

Michelle O'Neill named as the new leader of Sinn Féin in Northern Ireland

The Tyrone native said that it is a “challenge” to follow in the footsteps of Martin McGuinness, but one she is “certainly up for”.

'A very mad reckless act': Dissident republicans thought to be behind PSNI officer shooting

A 36-year-old man has now been arrested in connection with the attack.

Iceland in mourning after missing young woman's body found on beach

Birna Brjansdottir was missing for eight days before her body was found.

Former Anglo Irish Bank director jailed for two-and-a-half years for fraud

Willie McAteer is currently serving a three and a half year sentence for other offences.

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Two Aer Lingus staff among three arrested at Dublin Airport over alleged people smuggling

The arrests are connected to a garda investigation into suspected facilitation of illegal immigrants.

One of the country's most successful developers has died after a short illness

Owen O’Callaghan became unwell over Christmas.

Mother-of-one begins year-long sentence for violent disorder in connection with killing of Dale Creighton

Dale Creighton died following a 14 minute attack in Tallaght on New Year’s Day 2014.

Fuel prices rising: It costs €18 more a month to run your car compared to last year

Research conducted AA Ireland found that the cost of a litre of petrol is now at 136.3c.

'I'm not aware of any campaign to discredit any individual' - Nóirín O'Sullivan

The Garda Commissioner has been speaking out ahead of the launch of a new Garda code of ethics this morning.

Here are the policy decisions Donald Trump made over the weekend

Trump has promised a lot in his first 100 days.

Conway and Scannell brothers included in Ireland's Six Nations squad

Joe Schmidt has named a group of 40 to gather in Carton House.

Exiled Gambian leader 'stole millions' from country in his final weeks of power

Yahya Jammeh flew out of The Gambia on Saturday.

Poll: Should people go on strike over abortion in Ireland? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should people go on strike over abortion in Ireland?

A group known as Strike 4 Repeal has threatened to organise strikes should a referendum on abortion not be held before 8 March.

Faulty breast implants lead to €60 million payout to 20,000 women

The implants were found to contain substandard silicone gel.

Credit unions want to shake up the mortgage market and they've €400m to lend

A representative group also wants lending rules relaxed,

14 flights between Dublin and London cancelled due to freezing fog

Dublin Airport is advising people to check the status of their flight with their airline.

The 9 at 9: Monday

It’s a cold, cold start to a new week. Here’s all you need to know.

Dublin primary school badly damaged in early morning fire

DFB units managed to bring the blaze under control.

From The42 Ryan Mason in 'stable condition' but Hull confirm player fractured skull Update

Ryan Mason in 'stable condition' but Hull confirm player fractured skull

The young midfielder was involved in clash of heads with Gary Cahill.

Sinn Féin's replacement for Martin McGuinness set to be named. Here are the contenders Sinn Fein Tng This post contains videos

Sinn Féin's replacement for Martin McGuinness set to be named. Here are the contenders

McGuinness says he’s looking towards a new generation.

Samsung confirms faulty batteries led to exploding phones

The South Korean manufacturer lost billions in profit as a result of the phon

Irish prisons paid €3 million in 'pocket money' to inmates last year

The Irish Prison Service has paid out over €27 million in pocket money to prisoners since 2009.

After typically stormy start, President Trump expected to get down to business Day One-ish This post contains videos

After typically stormy start, President Trump expected to get down to business

Trump had said he would be treating today as his first work day in office.

Gardaí concerned for welfare of missing 50-year-old

Edward Canavan (50) went missing from his home in Carlow on Saturday.

Cork researchers on the trail of way to 'tame' cancer to launch new campaign

The team at UCC are looking to fund their ground-breaking research into leukaemia.

Column: 'It's crucial that we discuss the causes of the Brexit vote and support for political extremes'

In Europe, economic priorities still dominate social priorities. This must change, writes Dr Seán Healy.

'Resurrecting Ireland's villages': The new plan to get people to return home to rural Ireland

The government’s Action Plan on Rural Development is being launched today in Longford.

'A serious accident waiting to happen' - cyclists not happy with Luas lines on single lane O'Connell Street Lethal This post contains videos

'A serious accident waiting to happen' - cyclists not happy with Luas lines on single lane O'Connell Street

A spate of reports of people falling from their bicycles in traffic, and suffering minor-to-more-serious injuries, have been reported at the site.

Activists threaten strike action if there's no abortion referendum by 8 March

The Abortion Rights Campaign, Outhouse, the Anti-Racism Network are in support of the proposed strike action.

Pro-life group wants to raise €18,000 to fund Facebook page targeting Irish teens

Family and Life’s director David Manly has said there has been increased interest in secondary school presentations by his organisation.

Yesterday’s News

'A Fair Deal it may be, a cheap deal it sure isn't' - the trauma of putting a relative into care

TheJournal.ie spoke to three people with recent experience of negotiating the HSE’s Fair Deal nursing home scheme.

'It's sad that it's gone, but wonderful that it existed': After 80 years, greengrocer Roy Fox shuts its stalls

The local shop, which brought exotic fruits and spices to Dublin, couldn’t compete in the global marketplace.

From The42 'I was never interested in making friends in football' Feature

'I was never interested in making friends in football'

The Secret Footballer tells The42 about psychology, performance-enhancing drugs and constant paranoia.

'I see my daughter crying in pain, her body bending over. We can't wait two years'

More than 230 children and adolescents are waiting for spinal procedures in Irish hospitals – some for over 18 months.

Police officer wounded in north Belfast 'terrorist' shooting

Former First Minister of Northern Ireland Arlene Foster called the shooting “the work of cowards”.

'Fake news will only be defeated by accurate, fact-based journalism that tells the truth'

The media needs to look at itself and remedy the kind of weakness that canny communicators like Trump can exploit, writes Dr Fergal Quinn.

From The42 Kansas City Royals confirm death of 25-year-old World Series winner Ventura RIP

Kansas City Royals confirm death of 25-year-old World Series winner Ventura

Yordano Ventura died after a car accident earlier today in his native Dominican Republic.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Washington’s “alternative facts”, the UK’s nuclear error and Gerry Adams’ Brexit fears – it’s the Evening Fix.

'This is just a little pit stop': The week in quotes

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

9 films to catch at the Audi Dublin International Film Festival

The festival kicks off on 16 February and runs until 26 February.

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