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Today’s News

Article 50 is triggered, but how are people around the border reacting?

Where the word has been uttered thousands of times in the last nine months, Brexit fatigue has set in.

Yesterday’s News

'We'll be here long after you're gone' - PAC hits out at Noonan

The chair of the Public Accounts Committee said that Michael Noonan had threatened him with an injunction over the report.

Toxic fumes coming from large fire at Dundalk premises

It’s understood that the premises is a towing company and a large number of cars were at the scene of the blaze.

Helicopter destined for Dublin goes missing over the Irish Sea

Five people are on board the helicopter.

Murders up 31% in Ireland with 38 in 2016

The ongoing feud between the Hutch and Kinahan gangs accounted for the deaths of ten people last year.

The number of Brits visiting Ireland has plunged

The pound’s weakness after the Brexit vote is blamed for the sudden drop in traffic.

From The42 Kerry end Munster U21 football title wait in style with emphatic 16-point win over Cork Kingdom Champs

Kerry end Munster U21 football title wait in style with emphatic 16-point win over Cork

It’s the Kingdom’s first provincial title win since 2008.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Britain has begun the process of leaving the EU, sixth day of Bus Éireann strike and Ireland moves closer to allowing doctors prescribe medical cannabis – it’s the Evening Fix.

'Every day they would have a kiss and he told her he loved her'

Emotional scenes as car crash victim Gary Kelly laid to rest.

'It's like the state is telling my daughter she can’t succeed because she has Down's'

I just want my daughter to reach her full potential in life but support services are badly lacking, writes Deirdre McNamara.

Finally: Water committee close to a deal on the future of charges

The definition of water wastage has been defined as 1.7 times the average usage has been agreed by the committee.

'Crouched Burial': An award-winning poem before bedtime

A poem from this year’s Hennessy Awards Winner for Emerging Poetry, Una Mannion.

Sign up to get daily emails about what happens at the Whistleblower Tribunal

Stay on top of all the developments at the Tribunal, which starts tomorrow.

Ireland moves one step closer to allowing doctors prescribe medicinal cannabis

People with specific conditions will be allowed access cannabis-based drugs under new proposals.

George Michael's funeral takes place three months after his death on Christmas Day

A UK coroner has ruled that his death came by natural causes.

'No turning back': The UK has triggered Article 50 to leave the EU

Stay with us as we follow the reaction as the Brexit process formally gets underway.

This is how a court case in Leitrim blew the latest garda scandal wide open

The massaging of figures is now feared to extend into other garda departments.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Man who defrauded 82-year-old woman over 'roofing job' gets suspended sentence

John Connors apologised and repaid the woman the €2,250 she paid him.

Shane Ross says he 'has no ministerial magic wand' that will solve Bus Éireann crisis

Shane Ross answered questions before the Oireachtas Transport committee this afternoon.

Mick Wallace: Is it appropriate that Martin Callinan was in Garda HQ 'several days last week'? Charleton Tribunal This post contains videos

Mick Wallace: Is it appropriate that Martin Callinan was in Garda HQ 'several days last week'?

Callinan is one of the central characters in the new tribunal into the Maurice McCabe scandal.

New Dart station due for south Dublin

The Government yesterday announced new plans to help build houses across the country.

Rural TDs say sick children will be left stranded in Dublin traffic if new children's hospital goes ahead

The cost of the new children’s hospital is expected to exceed €1 billion.

Groundbreaking science allows paralysed man use his brain to control his arms again Bionic Man This post contains videos

Groundbreaking science allows paralysed man use his brain to control his arms again

Bill Kochevar says the device is “better than I thought it would be”.

'We expected nothing more from the Blueshirts': Hundreds of bus drivers march through Dublin

Speakers repeatedly called on Shane Ross to take action to end the bitter dispute at the transport operator.

Brexit Day – here's what Irish businesses need to know

Companies here will be hoping that there is minimal disruption.

From The42 The bust unveiled at the newly-named Cristiano Ronaldo airport is pretty terrible Dubious

The bust unveiled at the newly-named Cristiano Ronaldo airport is pretty terrible

5,000 people showed up for the event in Madeira today.

'Dear President Tusk': Here is the letter that confirmed Britain is leaving the EU

The letter was signed by UK Prime Minister Theresa May.

Garda report on Templemore college can give 'no assurance' that its financial management is even 'adequate'

The findings of the internal audit report on the running of Templemore Training College has piled yet more pressure on Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan.

From The Daily Edge Is this Conor McGregor's swish Lamborghini getting towed in Dublin? The Notorious

Independent TD threatens to withdraw support for government over post office closures

It is feared that post offices around the country are set to close in the near future.

UK landlord bans 'coloured' people as they leave his properties 'smelling like curry'

“And I’d do it again,” Fergus Wilson said.

Fun poll: Is it okay to pick flowers from public land? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Fun poll: Is it okay to pick flowers from public land?

Your daily bite-sized ballot break.

Inmate who escaped from open prison in 2015 returned to custody

John Paul Duncan was arrested by police in the UK in 2015 and extradited back to Ireland.

Fianna Fáil accused of u-turn ahead of debate on lowering voting age to 16

Proposed legislation would reduce the voting age for local and European Parliament elections.

From The42 Brian Kerr: 'Ireland fans should look for their money back - they were swizzed' Swizzed

Brian Kerr: 'Ireland fans should look for their money back - they were swizzed'

Former Ireland boss pulls no punches in his assessment of last night’s friendly.

'The only one in the whole country supporting the commissioner is you' - Wallace

Stay with us as we take you through Leaders’ Questions.

Maynooth and Cobh to be subject to rent controls from midnight

Minister Simon Coveney made the announcement this morning.

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