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Dublin: 3 °C Friday 24 November, 2017

Today’s News

Motorists warned to slow down as snow-ice alert remains in place

The weather is thankfully expected to get a bit milder over the coming days.

235 dead in horror mosque bombing in Egypt

The attack took place during weekly prayers, police officials said.

Man in his 50s dies in Cavan road crash

It is understood the driver left the road and his car struck a pole.

Liveblog: Government could fall as Fianna Fáil tables a motion of no confidence in Frances Fitzgerald

Fine Gael reaffirmed its commitment to Fitzgerald in a party meeting last night.

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Disclosures Tribunal to publish report on Garda Keith Harrison next week

The Tribunal will then resume its examinations of allegations of a smear campaign against Maurice McCabe in January.

From The42 Thank Klopp we still have flawed, human games like Tuesday's Seville cracker Column

Thank Klopp we still have flawed, human games like Tuesday's Seville cracker

‘It was a reminder in these uber-analysed times that sometimes a football match is just a football match,’ writes Tommy Martin.

Wrapping waste used in online deliveries has increased by 28% - report

Repak wants online retailers to contribute to recycling efforts being made here in Ireland.

Poll: Will you buy something just because it's on a Black Friday deal? Be Honest This post contains a poll

Election or no election, the Christmas bonus will still be paid next week

But the Social Protection minister says that other changes to social welfare payments are “in limbo”.

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Stables, a pool and acres of green just outside Dublin for €1.25m

Laois man dies after being struck by large fuse box at St Patrick's University Hospital

He was removed to St James’ Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

'The people have spoken' - Zimbabwe has sworn in its new president

Former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa takes over from Robert Mugabe who had been in power for 37 years.

Eight North Korean fishermen wash ashore in Japan

Dozens of North Korean fishing vessels wash up on Japan’s Sea of Japan coast every year.

Uma Thurman calls out Harvey Weinstein and his 'wicked conspirators'

“I’m glad it’s going slowly. You don’t deserve a bullet.”

Explainer: Why we are on the verge of a general election

Frances Fitzgerald is at the heart of a government crisis. Here’s why an email sent to her back in 2015 could bring about a general election.

From The42 'I got far more British media coverage than I did in Ireland' Support

'I got far more British media coverage than I did in Ireland'

Jason Smyth is not sure Paralympic athletes get the credit they deserve.

The 9 at 9: Friday

Pistorius sentence doubled, Taylor Swift to play Croker, and an election may be on the way – it’s the 9 at 9.

Poll: Would you welcome a general election in the next two months? On The Brink This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you welcome a general election in the next two months?

A return to the polls is looking increasingly likely with neither Fine Gael nor Fianna Fáil apparently willing to cede ground over the Frances Fitzgerald email controversy.

From The Daily Edge Taylor Swift will play Croke Park next June Tay Tay

Oscar Pistorius sentence increased to 13 years and five months

The ruling was made today following an appeal by the State.

Trump's former adviser Michael Flynn now co-operating with the Russia investigation

Flynn is no longer sharing information with the Trump administration.

Relatives angry as 'explosion' dashes hopes for missing 44 on board submarine

Relatives reacted with anger as the news emerged.

Tom Clonan: 'A land border would be provocative and divisive while Stormont is suspended'

Elements of the current debate on a hard border between Ireland and Britain resemble a perfect storm in security and defence terms, writes Tom Clonan.

Nearly €3.5 million of funding for breakfast clubs and community schemes pulled in Dublin's north inner city

'I can go to Lidl and meet people who speak Irish': Why are there so many Gaeilgeoirí in Leixlip?

Leixlip is the third top non-Gaeltacht town for daily Irish language speakers (outside education), according to Census 2016.

Leo Varadkar's trip to Africa set to be cancelled as political storm escalates

Varadkar is scheduled to travel to Mali and Coast Ivory next week.

Shorter manslaughter sentences given to men if the women they killed were their partners

Women’s Aid is calling for tougher punishments for abusers.

Saturday is the last day to get on the electoral register

The push was on because we are due a referendum next year – but with talk of a possible election on the way, it’s also an important thing to check.

Yesterday’s News

General election looking more likely by the minute as Fine Gael digs in to support Tánaiste

Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil are both tabling motions of no confidence against Frances Fitzgerald.

Rehab Group to drop its name and spend up to €40,000 on rebranding

“To put it simply, we are not in the business of ‘rehabilitation’. We are in the business of changing hearts and minds around disability.”

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Tánaiste on the brink, Buncrana pier inquest and fears for Argentine sub.

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.

'Death by misadventure' recorded by inquest into the five fatalities in Buncrana Pier tragedy

Five members of the same family were killed when a car entered the water.

From The42 Former Milan and Man City star Robinho sentenced to nine years in prison after rape conviction Guilty
As it happened: 'A woman is responsible for her own choice, ultimately she has to make the decision' Eighth Amendment This post contains videos

As it happened: 'A woman is responsible for her own choice, ultimately she has to make the decision'

The Eighth Amendment Committee today focused on obstetric medicine in the Netherlands.

Commissioner confirms no gardaí will be disciplined over breath test scandal

O Cualáin said reviewing all 505,730 calls made by gardaí to log breath test data would take a number of years.

Death of baby stillborn in Galway hospital ruled medical misadventure

“Dr Hegazy didn’t speak to me. I felt the midwife was not convinced everything was okay. I saw her shaking her head.”

Water safety expert appeals to public to buy '€10 items for their car that can save a life'

These included a seatbelt cutters and a centre-punch which could easily break a car window.

Stormzy mural gets makeover in protest against council removal threats

“We’re attempting to transform what is a negative situation for us into a catalyst for cultural change.”

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