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'No words can describe the influence for good she was' - Dolores O'Riordan laid to rest in her hometown Rescued From Darkness This post contains videos

'No words can describe the influence for good she was' - Dolores O'Riordan laid to rest in her hometown

The funeral service for the singer, who died suddenly in London last week, has taken place in her home parish of Ballybricken, Co Limerick.

Body of second Irishman recovered after Ecuador river tragedy

David Higgins’ body was found by search teams yesterday.

Tsunami warning issued for Alaska and Canadian coast following magnitude 8.2 quake

The quake struck 280km south-east of Kodiak, Alaska at 9.31am Irish time.

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South African jazz legend and anti-apartheid activist Hugh Masekela dies aged 78 RIP This post contains videos

South African jazz legend and anti-apartheid activist Hugh Masekela dies aged 78

Masekela left South Africa in the 1960s but did not return until after the release of Nelson Mandela.

Oscars introducing strict new envelope rules to prevent another major mix-up

Last year, it was mistakenly announced that La La Land was the winner of Best Picture, instead of Moonlight.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Concerns about new homeless accomodation, US government shutdown lifted, and Neil Diamond retires from touring – here’s this morning’s news.

Gas leak in London's West End causes 2am evacuation from hotel and nightclub

Almost 1,500 people were taken to safety.

Poll: Do you think the PSC should be linked to social media accounts? What Do You Think This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think the PSC should be linked to social media accounts?

The government has maintained that the card is not a national ID card, but a means to access social welfare services.

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Meet the fearsome Ford Mustang Bullitt - plus how to buy the safest second-hand car for €15k

Dissident republican group Oglaigh na hÉireann 'announces ceasefire'

The group was responsible for the attempted murder of Catholic PSNI member Peadar Heffron.

Fox takeover of Sky would give Murdoch family 'too much influence' over UK media

A UK regulator has ruled that a takeover of Sky by Rupert Murdoch is “not in the public interest”.

From The42 POC 'a huge addition' as ambitious Ireland U20s look to Six Nations Future Stars

POC 'a huge addition' as ambitious Ireland U20s look to Six Nations

Noel McNamara’s squad includes 11 players previously capped at this level.

Model quits L'Oreal ad campaign due to alleged 'anti-Israeli' tweets

Khan was to be the first woman in a hijab to front a mainstream shampoo campaign.

'Exceptional' level of snowfall delays dozens of global leaders arriving in Davos

In the last six days, 63 inches of snow has fallen on Davos.

Amazon's €1bn 'Project G' for Dublin gets the go-ahead

One of the men who tried to block Apple’s plans for Galway had lodged an objection.

Neil Diamond is retiring from touring after being diagnosed with Parkinson's

The singer has said he plans to keep writing and recording.

US government employees are able to go back to work today as Trump signs bill ending shutdown

The House voted 266 to 150 to extend federal funding for another three weeks.

'Private renters need three months' notice and should know what previous tenants paid'

The maximum fine that landlords face for breaking the rules on notice periods should rise from €4,000 to €15,000, writes Róisín Shortall.

Japan: Soldier killed and skiers stranded after volcano eruption causes avalanche

A total of 78 people were stranded at a gondola station at the top of a mountain.

Dolores O'Riordan will be laid to rest today

The singer died last week.

€200 million first-time buyers' scheme called 'subprime lending'

It will allow buyers to get mortgages for homes up to €320,000 in Dublin.

Irish researchers looking to develop wearable device for dementia patients who wander

Dementia is on the rise, with approximately 55,000 sufferers in Ireland.

Nóirín O'Sullivan says McCabe had no 'bad motives', but chose to challenge his motivation

O’Sullivan will face a second day of questions at the Disclosures Tribunal today.

A new homeless family hub run by a private company is set to open in Dublin next week

After months of delays, Lynam’s Hotel in Dublin is due to open this week as a family hub.

Yesterday’s News

Exiled Catalan leader vows to form new government despite Spanish 'threats'

Puigdemont faces arrest if he returns to Spain over his role in the last year’s independence drive.

Batch of Galaxy bars and Maltesers recalled over salmonella fears

The batch was accidentally placed on the market.

'Mistrust', 'frustration': Dubliners have their say on the future of policing in Ireland

The chair of the Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland said she and her colleagues had heard some heart wrenching stories from members of the public.

From The42 Relegation-threatened Swansea hand Liverpool their first Premier League defeat since October Report

Relegation-threatened Swansea hand Liverpool their first Premier League defeat since October

The result is a blow to the Reds, particularly on the back of last week’s thrilling 4-3 victory over table toppers Man City.

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The World Economic Forum says Ireland has problems with 'soaring wealth inequality'

The country has been placed 8th out of 30 in the organisation’s latest Inclusive Development Index.

Security ramped up at Regency Hotel trial as Defence Forces form part of armed escort

Defence Forces and armed gardai in evidence at Courts of Criminal Justice today.

Dublin man (26) used WhatsApp and Kik to force children to send him explicit photos

Matthew Horan was found in possession of thousands of child porn images.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Nóirín at the tribunal, submachine gun seized in west Dublin and cocaine found in a fire station – it’s the Fix.

Bill aims to give hospitality workers the right to keep their tips

Research carried out in Galway found that 34% of workers regularly had their employers withhold their tips.

From The42 A tackle that shows just how important Tadhg Furlong is to Leinster Analysis

A tackle that shows just how important Tadhg Furlong is to Leinster

The Ireland international is ludicrously mobile for a tighthead prop.

Amazon has finally opened its long awaited 'Go' store

The shop allows customers to take stuff off the shelf and walk out.

Man charged over assault which left father of newborn twins in a critical condition

The 35-year-old is in a critical condition in Beaumont Hospital.

Gardaí seize loaded submachine gun in west Dublin

A 20-year-old man was arrested yesterday.

Mother of sick child facing deportation 'turned to prostitution' to pay his medical bills, Supreme Court hears

The young boy (who suffers from sickle cell disease) and his mother have been subject to the order since 2011.

From The42 Trading places: Man United announce Sanchez arrival as Mkhitaryan joins the Gunners Swap Deal

Trading places: Man United announce Sanchez arrival as Mkhitaryan joins the Gunners

The Chilean has got his move to Old Trafford, while Arsenal have acquired the ex-Borussia Dortmund attacker in exchange.

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