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Today’s News

'Lethal', 'insane' - cyclists have their say on what it's like dealing with the Luas expansion works

Many people have complained to Transport Infrastructure Ireland regarding the sometimes-hazardous nature of cycling near Luas works.

Yesterday’s News

US trying to pressure North Korea into dismantling nuclear weapons

Officials said they want to bring North Korea back to the “path of dialogue”.

Ancient humans may have reached Americas 100,000 years earlier than previously thought

Teeth and bones of an elephant-like creature unmistakably modified by human hands were discovered.

Woman 'isn't angry' at people who shared Facebook video of her husband killing baby

The video was apparently available for viewing online for almost 24 hours until Facebook took it down.

Rescuers find trekker who survived in remote mountainous terrain for 47 days

The man’s partner had died three days before rescuers arrived, he said.

From The42 Eriksen thunderbolt keeps Tottenham's Premier League title hopes alive Take A Bow

Eriksen thunderbolt keeps Tottenham's Premier League title hopes alive

The Danish international fired home a spectacular effort from distance on 78 minutes.

Holles Street board re-endorses deal to move maternity hospital St Vincent's This post contains videos

Holles Street board re-endorses deal to move maternity hospital

Meanwhile, Health Minister Simon Harris said the compulsory purchase of the site is ‘not the solution’.

Old Irish ads from the past 50 years are free to view online from today

The Irish Film Institute have been working to restore almost 8,000 rolls of film that had been damaged by mould.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Work to begin on new children’s hospital, Ibrahim Halawa trial postponed again and Trump to cut US corporation tax are some of today’s top stories.

Inquiry may be launched into case of child abuser Bill Kenneally

The former national basketball coach is serving a 14-year sentence for abusing teenage boys in Waterford in the 1980s.

Gardaí ask for help finding teenage girl missing from Cork

They believe Courtney Buckley may be in the northside area of Dublin.

From The42 Joey Barton says he's been forced into retirement after receiving 18-month ban for gambling Judgment

Joey Barton says he's been forced into retirement after receiving 18-month ban for gambling

The Burnley midfielder is disappointed with the ‘harshness’ of the decision and intends to appeal.

Childminder told gardaí baby was not violently shaken or assaulted

A doctor said the child had unusual bruising to her head, face and buttocks.

'The hallucinations were 100% real to me. But people were telling me there was nothing there'

At times it felt like there was no hope of recovery at all, writes Brian Scallan

Ireland can't wait for EU ban on microbeads and is pressing on with its own

The confusion around whether Ireland’s allowed to bring in its own microbead ban without permission from the EU seems to have been cleared up.

New children's hospital will be the length of Grafton Street and as big as Dundrum Shopping Centre

The new children’s hospital will cost over €1 billion and will open in 2021.

Jonathan Demme, Silence of the Lambs director, dies at 73

He also directed Philadelphia in 1993, which earned Tom Hanks an Oscar as best actor.

Lecturer charged with the criminal damage of US navy aircraft at Shannon

A second man was also accused of causing damage to the aircraft.

Paul Murphy 'plainly involved' in restricting Joan Burton's liberty, trial told

Murphy and six other accused have all entered not guilty pleas.

Ibrahim Halawa's trial delayed for 22nd time

Concerns have been raised about his health.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

'It's confusing for people': Irish Heart says saturated fats link to heart disease still valid

Ireland’s heart health organisation has said people shouldn’t change their diet based on the editorial in the British Medical Journal.

An ex-FG TD who left the party over abortion may be on his way back into the fold

Terence Flanagan left Fine Gael for Renua but lost his Dáil seat.

From The42 'I've got one more adventure left in me' - Keane puts retirement talk on hold for final move Last Hurrah

'I've got one more adventure left in me' - Keane puts retirement talk on hold for final move

Ireland’s all-time record goalscorer isn’t planning to hang up the boots just yet.

Irish hacker behind Rupert Murdoch suicide hoax is now cybercrime fighter, court told

He told gardaí he took part in the hacking in retaliation for the UK media company’s involvement in the phone hacking scandal.

It's 'too difficult': Why 40% of students say they didn't study science in college

Almost 80% of those who participated in the Young Scientist Exhibition went on to study science and/or technology in third-level education.

From The42 'I'm a fighter, there's part of me looking forward to this challenge' Coleman Comeback

'I'm a fighter, there's part of me looking forward to this challenge'

Ireland captain Seamus Coleman has given his first interview since his leg break against Wales.

'Harmful and offensive': Complaint against Katie Hopkins' Today FM appearance rejected

Hopkins had been discussing hate speech with on The Last Word.

Schoolgirl bitten on the face by dog awarded €20,000 in damages

The girl was bitten a number of times.

Man spotted running from stolen car arrested in connection with south Dublin robbery

The man is currently being detained in Dun Laoghaire Garda Station.

Live A Better Life: Day 8 challenge - don't use your phone at dinner

Week two of Live A Better Life is all about challenging yourself.

'It'll grow on you': Gardaí demand the right to wear a beard on duty

“It’s not like we want to reunite the Dubliners and start growing beards all over the place.”

From The42 Wales defender gets two-game ban for horror tackle that broke Coleman's leg Ruling

Wales defender gets two-game ban for horror tackle that broke Coleman's leg

Fifa have extended Neil Taylor’s suspension by one match.

Poll: Should fines for speeding be linked to how much you earn? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Should fines for speeding be linked to how much you earn?

Your daily bite-sized ballot break.

Family appeal for stolen memory card with the only photos of their stillborn baby

The memory cards also contain the only official photos of a family wedding a fortnight ago.

From The42 Lowry finds the right balance between family and golf after a 'whirlwind' two years In A Good Place

Lowry finds the right balance between family and golf after a 'whirlwind' two years

The 30-year-old has a big summer ahead but the birth of his daughter has given Lowry a fresh perspective on life on Tour.

France is in no doubt who it blames for deadly sarin gas attack

It says the chemical fingerprint was developed in Syrian laboratories.

Those who earn more will pay higher speeding fines under proposed safety law changes

The Road Safety Authority said it will be watching the UK’s road laws with interest.

From The42 Several arrests made after police raid Newcastle and West Ham over transfer dealings Allegations

Several arrests made after police raid Newcastle and West Ham over transfer dealings

Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs officers swooped on St James’ Park and London Stadium this morning.

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