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Dublin: 16 °C Monday 25 September, 2017

Today’s News

Man arrested in connection with money missing from Kevin St Garda Station

The money was reported missing earlier this year.

From The42 Suddenly, football doesn't seem all that important as NFL players fight back The Redzone

Suddenly, football doesn't seem all that important as NFL players fight back

Eight underdogs won yesterday but the action before the games was more important than anything in them.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Gardaí appeal for information on murder of man who was stabbed multiple times and left in a ditch

Michal Kurek was a 33-year-old Polish man whose body was found at Grange, Ballyboughal, on 4 August.

From The42 'Honest to God, and I really mean this when I say it, God help the next fella I'm in the ring with' Back With A Whack

Former US congressman Anthony Weiner sentenced to 21 months in sexting case

Weiner, weeping as he read from a written statement on a page he held in front of him, called his crime his “rock bottom”.

Charity boss launches legal battle into regulator's findings around €84,000 payments to her parents

Barbara Flynn called the report “fundamentally flawed” after it found that €84,009 was paid to two former trustees – her parents.

Theresa May has backed Ireland's bid to host the Rugby World Cup

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar met with the British Prime Minister in London today, following Ireland’s presentation to host the RWC 2023.

SuperValu still Ireland's most popular supermarket but Tesco is right behind it

Tesco came second with 22% of the market share (a 4.3% rise on a similar period last year).

Seventh person arrested in connection with Parsons Green train bombing

A 20-year-old man was detained in Wales.

This is Ireland's tidiest town

The town in the west of Tipperary picked up the prestigious award this afternoon.

Viagra, steroids and antibiotics among €850,000 worth of medicines seized this year

The number of medicines seized this year is treble that of 2016.

Want to watch key moments in Irish politics? No longer possible as old Dáil footage taken offline

The footage of Dáil debates, spanning from 1990 to 2014, which were previously accessible, has been taken offline.

Poll: Do you know all the words to our national anthem? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you know all the words to our national anthem?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

From The42 Another record broken as Ladies All-Ireland final viewing figures hit new heights Serious Support

Another record broken as Ladies All-Ireland final viewing figures hit new heights

An average of 303,800 people tuned in throughout the senior final on TG4.

Gardaí investigating sudden death of a man in Cork

The incident occurred at a house at High Street in the town at 9am this morning.

Japan's prime minister calls snap election

Shinzo Abe hopes to capitalise on a weak and fractured opposition to sweep back into power.

Co-leader of far-right party quits just hours after German election breakthrough Afd

Co-leader of far-right party quits just hours after German election breakthrough

Citing “dissent” with more hardline colleagues, Petry dropped her bombshell at a morning party press conference.

Nearly 50,000 flee amid fears of Bali volcano eruption

The last time Mount Agung erupted was in 1963.

Over 75% of people want Michael D to serve a second term as president

Last week, the president said he “is not ruling out” running for a second term next year.

Paschal Donohoe begins transfer of Diageo shares into wife’s name ahead of Budget

The shares are being transferred in a bid to avoid any potential conflict ahead of next month’s Budget.

Coveney 'very hopeful' Ibrahim Halawa could be home later this week

Coveney hopes Halawa will be released from prison later today.

Poll: Should single-use disposable coffee cups be banned? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should single-use disposable coffee cups be banned?

There have been calls to reduce the large number of cups that are used each day.

Pensioner saves bus from plunging into ravine in Austrian Alps

Nine people were hospitalised in the accident.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s everything you need to know as another week gets started.

From The42 On the double! Two All-Ireland medals in one week for the McCaffreys of Clontarf Sibling Act This post contains videos

On the double! Two All-Ireland medals in one week for the McCaffreys of Clontarf

Sarah McCaffrey starred yesterday as her brother Jack enjoyed the celebrations in the stands.

Man in his 40s dead after motorbike crash

The man was discovered at around 1am this morning.

The cost of a three-bed house in Dublin city has gone up by €17,000 in three months

Nationally, the average cost of a three-bed semi-detached home has risen by 3.1% to €221,843 since June.

Pest controllers called to deal with large-scale rat infestation in Wheatfield Prison

Rodents were reported in the kitchens, a medical unit, and at a workshop at the prison.

'Stop the Nazis': Protests in Germany as far-right party secures 13% of national vote Afd

'Stop the Nazis': Protests in Germany as far-right party secures 13% of national vote

World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder described AfD’s success as “abhorrent”.

'Orange alert' fog warning in place for entire country until midday

As the fog clears, it will become bright with sunny spells breaking through.

Wave of protests grips NFL after Trump urges fan boycott

Over 150 players demonstrated during the US national anthem.

Gardaí locate missing 13-year-old girl

Gardai said no further action was needed.

Seán Kelly on CETA: 'Scaremongering with inaccuracies and half-truths is irresponsible'

Anti-CETA campaigners advocate an anti-trade position without presenting the facts, writes Seán Kelly MEP.

Coffee shops that reward customers with reusable cups advised to refuse dirty ones

An environmentalist has advised that coffee chains should give a 20-cent discount to customers who have reusable cups – but implementing that isn’t entirely straightforward.

There's a European plan to have 100 people living on the Moon by 2040 Fly Me To The Moon This post contains videos

There's a European plan to have 100 people living on the Moon by 2040

The European Space Agency says it needs political backing.

Feud gangs using drug addicts to get false passports

The gangs target drug users indebted to them to assist in obtaining the passports.

Yesterday’s News

Leo is setting up his own Renewable Heat Incentive - but what will be different?

The North’s cash-for-ash scandal, which revolved around the Renewable Heat Incentive, brought down the Stormont Assembly.

From The42 "You're thinking: 'We're 45 minutes away from the group stages of the Champions League'" LOI Legends This post contains videos

"You're thinking: 'We're 45 minutes away from the group stages of the Champions League'"

Ollie Cahill chats to The42 about a memorable career in the League of Ireland.

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