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Today’s News

Ian Bailey could have millions in costs awarded against him

Legal sources say his bill will be “not low in the seven figures”.

‘Everyday I pray for that special person who donated their kidney and saved my life’

Annetha Kieran Loughran received dialysis treatment for six years.

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Yesterday’s News

Here’s What Happened Today: Monday

Ian Bailey loses court action, St Patrick’s Institution closes and more details on Andreas Lubitz.

Ian Bailey “very disappointed” after losing his case against the State

He alleged he was unfairly targeted as a suspect in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier case.

“Active abstentionists” – Adams rubbishes talk of Sinn Féin sitting in Westminster

The UK’s general election campaign officially began today.

Ever heard of the Pole who helped Famine victims? He’s been honoured in Dublin

Paweł Edmund Strzelecki lived in Ireland during the Great Hunger.

Government will consider lifesaving meningitis jab for children – but only if the price is right

The UK is introducing a vaccine and Ireland will follow if “a cost effective agreement can be reached”.

Here’s all you need to know about the man taking over from Jon Stewart

The South African comedian is the show’s new host.

From The42 Dunphy brands James McCarthy ‘a terrible flop’, ‘hyped’ and ‘overrated’ Pulling No Punches

Dunphy brands James McCarthy ‘a terrible flop’, ‘hyped’ and ‘overrated’

The RTÉ pundit also questioned Glenn Whelan’s place in the Ireland team.

Should food education be compulsory? Jamie Oliver thinks so You Are What You Eat This post contains a poll This post contains videos

Should food education be compulsory? Jamie Oliver thinks so

More than 42 million children under the age of five are either overweight or obese.

The Church of Scientology is not happy about this film which claims it tortures its members

The Alex Gibey directed film went out last night on HBO in the US.

That broken government jet has FINALLY been sold off

The Gulfstream IV had been out of action since last summer.

Second blogger ‘brutally hacked to death’ in Bangladesh

He had criticised fundamentalist Islamic views.

Intimidation and forced stripping: St Patrick’s Institution will FINALLY close today

The facility began housing underage prisoners in the 1980s, in what was supposed to be a temporary measure.

From Business ETC Now you can play Super Mario 64 on your browser It's A Me On Your PC

Now you can play Super Mario 64 on your browser

The first level has been remade in HD and it’s just as fun as it was almost 19 years ago.

From The42 We’ll Leave It There So: McGregor’s a ‘son of a bitch’, van Gaal’s ‘scum’ and all today’s sport Monday Round-up

We’ll Leave It There So: McGregor’s a ‘son of a bitch’, van Gaal’s ‘scum’ and all today’s sport

Also, the National Hurling League semi-finals won’t be played in Croke Park.

Threat of national bus and train strike looms

Talks broke down today.

Church van crashes into canal, killing eight people

The van was returning from a conference.

From Business ETC Special agents probing the Silk Road drug website allegedly helped themselves to Bitcoin Bitcoin-ing It

Special agents probing the Silk Road drug website allegedly helped themselves to Bitcoin

Two agents have been charged with stealing the online currency after Silk Road was seized by the FBI.

Timeline: The key events in the trial for the murder of Meredith Kercher

Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were acquitted at the end of last week.

Sunny side up for spring! How to get a pop of colour with daffodils

Get that flush of colour that lights up our city parks and gardens every spring with a little forward planning.

Curious about where your meat comes from? Wonder no more

New rules will come into effect for poultry, pork and lamb tomorrow.

Man killed after trying to save his brother from being hit by Tube

“People were crying, it was such an horrific scene.”

Elderly British couple found shot dead in Spanish villa

There were no signs of break-in and nothing appears to have been stolen from the house.

Baby among family of four found stabbed to death in Gibraltar

Reports state that a British man is among the dead and police are not looking for anyone else.

One dead after attack by two men “disguised as women” on NSA headquarters USA

One dead after attack by two men “disguised as women” on NSA headquarters

One person was shot dead after driving an SUV into the agency’s building.

This TD is trying to move Ireland into a different timezone

It would bring us in line with a number of our European neighbours.

Defection: Renua poaches Fianna Fail councillor for by-election

Patrick McKee is set to be announced as the new party’s candidate in Carlow-Kilkenny tomorrow.

The 5 at 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Recognise any of this jewellery? It was all stolen

Gardaí are anxious to find its rightful owners.

Good news… Irish children are getting healthier

New figures from Safefood show people are starting to make necessary changes children’s diet and exercise.

From Business ETC Why are artists like Kanye West and Rihanna turning their profile pictures blue? Can't Knock The Hustle

Why are artists like Kanye West and Rihanna turning their profile pictures blue?

It’s all to do with Jay-Z’s efforts to kickstart a music service he owns.

Germanwings co-pilot was treated for suicidal tendencies

Andreas Lubitz is understood to have had treatment “several years ago”.

Plane makes emergency landing in Casablanca after ‘bomb’ note discovered

The note warned there was a bomb in one of the toilets but the plane has now landed safely.

From The42 Halfway through the campaign, where does last night’s draw leave Ireland in Group D? State Of Play

Halfway through the campaign, where does last night’s draw leave Ireland in Group D?

France 2016 seems a long way off but the Boys in Green are just about still in the hunt.

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