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Today’s News

Opinion: 'I am a Bank of Ireland customer, one who automatically clicked 'Gaeilge''

If someone doesn’t want our business, that’s fine. But don’t tell us we don’t deserve to be accommodated, writes Peadar Ó Caomhánaigh.

Sexual and aggressive impulses overlap in male animal brains, but not in females - study

The finding could help develop a drug that would suppress extreme aggression in humans.

'We’re painting a picture of a very specific kind of motorcyclist who love to speed'

Motorcyclists are six times more likely to be killed on the road than any other road user.

From The42 The Beatles, Toto Schillaci and brotherhood: How Cody's ex-Cats are finding their voice Story Time

The Beatles, Toto Schillaci and brotherhood: How Cody's ex-Cats are finding their voice

Jackie Tyrrell and Tommy Walsh have been welcome additions to the media landscape.

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Irish Rail 'won't let go' of the delayed Dart Underground

70,000 people ordered to evacuate homes after dam fails in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico has been ravaged by the storm.

Barack Obama is delivering speeches on Wall St for $400,000

The former US president will appear tomorrow before a who’s who of the US healthcare industry.

From The42 'It's torture and tests your love for the game': Rob Kearney on his injury hell Interview

'It's torture and tests your love for the game': Rob Kearney on his injury hell

Rob Kearney had worked his way back to full fitness after two injury-ravaged seasons only to suffer another cruel setback in the first home game of the year.

A campaign by Dublin food retailers to close a weekly market on Grand Canal has failed

Donnybrook Fair and Freshii have made several objections about food markets in the area this year.

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'Every night I was so glad it was me. Thank god it was me and not them'

Mother-of-three Ger felt a lump that turned out to be breast cancer. With her family’s support, she managed to come out the other side.

'This is for builders not working-class people' - The letters sent to Coveney after Help-To-Buy announcement

Then Housing Minister Coveney received a number of letters about the scheme.

Dublin private school suspends two boys for racist abuse and violent threats

The three first-years had been part of a private messaging group.

Yesterday’s News

Boatmaster made no attempt to send mayday alert after twelve tourists tipped into Killarney lake

The master did not hold the required paperwork to transport passengers.

Video captures dramatic rescue of woman and children from capsized boat following Hurricane Maria

The rescue took place amid 20-foot waves and 100-knot winds.

Tribunal hears whistleblower's partner withdrew statement about his behaviour

The tribunal is looking at interactions between An Garda Síochána, Tusla and Garda Harrison.

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Ryanair will book passengers onto rival airlines - but says it probably won't need to

Ryanair last week announced it plans to cancel 40-50 flights daily for the next six weeks.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Brexit, breath tests and George Hook had people talking today.

'We are all responsible': Acting Garda Commissioner addresses controversies in speech to new gardaí

The Minister for Justice also addressed the breath test scandal in a speech in the Garda College.

From The42 'People go out and annoy Cristiano Ronaldo because he is the key. And Cora is the key' Close Calls This post contains videos

'People go out and annoy Cristiano Ronaldo because he is the key. And Cora is the key'

Dublin boss’ comments on Cora Staunton are an attempt to get under the Mayo star’s skin, says former Dublin player Lindsay Peat.

'We have reports of complete devastation' - Hurricane Maria death toll rises to 33

Maria has been blamed for at least 33 deaths, including 15 in Dominica, three in Haiti and two in Guadeloupe.

The Trevor Deely search site has been cleared

Gardaí stopped searching at the site yesterday.

The plan for Dublin's newest suburb has been launched

The launch of the planning scheme kicks off six weeks of public consultation.

From The42 Know Your Sport? Take our weekly quiz SQOTW

Know Your Sport? Take our weekly quiz

How closely have you been paying attention to the week’s sporting headlines?

The 5 at 5: Friday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Theresa May proposes two year transition period after Britain leaves the EU

Prime Minister May said Britain wants to be a strong friend to the EU and it will not block reform.

From The42 Cleaning Ian Harte's boots, learning from Jaap Stam and chasing a historic double Walk Of Shane

Cleaning Ian Harte's boots, learning from Jaap Stam and chasing a historic double

After over five years at Reading, patience has been the key for Cork City star Shane Griffin.

18-year-old charged in connection with the Parsons Green tube terrorist attack

Three other suspects, aged 17, 21 and 48, have been released from police custody since yesterday.

Dunnes Stores ordered to pay €12,500 to widowed mother-of-six in discrimination case

The WRC found that the woman was discriminated against because she is a Traveller.

George Hook moves from lunchtime slot to weekend Newstalk show

The new show will begin in December.

Uber has lost its licence to operate in London after black cab protests

Uber said it will fight the decision in the courts.

Thousands evacuate Bali as smoke spews from volcano for first time in 50 years

The last time Mount Agung erupted was in 1963.

'Tinder for bulls' made its debut at the Ploughing. But what do farmers think of it? Bovine Intervention This post contains videos

'Tinder for bulls' made its debut at the Ploughing. But what do farmers think of it?

The newly-developed BullMatch app garnered plenty of attention in Offaly this week.

Poll: Will you take part in a Culture Night event this evening? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you take part in a Culture Night event this evening?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

Taoiseach speaks to Theresa May ahead of her landmark Brexit speech

All eyes are on May as she prepares to spell out her key demands in a keynote Brexit speech.

Joan Burton breaks silence after trial: 'I have friends who live in Jobstown'

“I found the atmosphere in the courts intimidating,” the former Tánaiste said during a lengthy interview today.

From The42 Tests show deceased NFL player suffered from severe brain condition prior to suicide Findings

Tests show deceased NFL player suffered from severe brain condition prior to suicide

Aaron Hernandez of the New England Patriots suffered from CTE, which has been linked with playing the sport.

'We were given guarantees': Minister calls for investigation after odourless gas enters public supply

Michael Ring said that he was “extremely concerned” over how the odourless gas managed to enter the wider network.

Gardaí investigate after suspect device thrown into house last night

No one was on the house at the time of the attack and no injuries were reported.

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