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Today’s News

The Lidl looted during the snow has suffered a large robbery weeks before grand reopening Exclusive

Thieves made off with a “large amount of copper piping and wire” from the Fortunestown store.

Yesterday’s News

From The Daily Edge Waterford Rose Kirsten Mate Maher has been crowned the Rose of Tralee 2018 Isn't She Lovely

Teenager (15) missing from Dublin city centre since Sunday afternoon

She was last seen on Jervis Street in the capital.

Ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort found guilty of tax evasion and bank fraud

The US president previously suggested that Manafort has been treated worse than Al Capone.

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Germany agrees to take in 95-year-old deported from US over previous life as Nazi guard

Jakiw Palij became an American citizen in 1957, but was told to leave the country in 2004.

From The42 'I grew up wanting to captain Leinster and for it to finally happen is a huge honour for me' JS10

'I grew up wanting to captain Leinster and for it to finally happen is a huge honour for me'

Johnny Sexton says becoming Leinster captain has motivated him further to lead from the front in everything he does on and off the pitch.

Actress Asia Argento denies sexual relationship with underage teen

It was reported that Argento, had paid actor and rock musician Jimmy Bennett $380,000 over the alleged 2013 incident at a Los Angeles hotel.

Appeal launched to help locate whereabouts of missing 17-year-old Kalem Murphy

Kalem was last seen at approximately 7.20pm on 16 August 2018 in Lucan, Co. Dublin.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

'Young people are the future': Pope issues message to Irish people ahead of visit

He also said he was “excited to return” to Ireland, having lived in Dublin previously.

From The42 Tottenham star bidding to avoid military service with gold at Asian Games Hope This post contains videos

Tottenham star bidding to avoid military service with gold at Asian Games

Son Heung-Min’s South Korea face a tough run to the final of the competition after failing to top their group.

Temperatures to dip as unsettled weather hits Ireland ahead of final week of summer

Patchy rain and showers can be expected in most places for the rest of the week.

Barnier warns of no deal Brexit as pace of talks to intensify in coming weeks

The two sides have just a few months before an agreement on Britain’s divorce from the EU.

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Open-air gigs, Oscar-nominated film workshops, and river racing: Culture Night programme goes live

More than 4,000 free events will take place across the country on 21 September.

Diversions, alternate stops and no real-time info: Buses set for disruption during papal visit

Bus Éireann says it is making 800 trips to and from the capital on Sunday

Judge to decide tomorrow if challenge to new Garda Commissioner's appointment will go ahead

The State, represented by Remy Farrell SC, has opposed the application, and argues MacAirt’s action is “unstateable and novel” and should be dismissed.

'I don't deserve to be scorned': Danny Healy-Rae hits back over image of him asleep at All Ireland final

The Kerry TD called Shane Ross a “waste of space” for questioning whether he was wasting a ticket.

'The Irish harp on the same pass as the Papal cross sends the wrong message'

Councillor Gary Gannon called passes issued to health workers at St James’s Hospital during the papal visit “entirely inappropriate”.

From The42 'The first person who introduced me to WhatsApp was the footballer Benoit Assou-Ekotto' Column

'The first person who introduced me to WhatsApp was the footballer Benoit Assou-Ekotto'

Eoin Butler on the joys of watching and discussing sport through different mediums.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Drugs, cash, and fake passports seized in Dublin raid

Two men were arrested in connection with the investigation.

From The42 Analysis: Limerick dominate puck-outs, their ferocious work-rate and Galway's attacking woes Expert View

Analysis: Limerick dominate puck-outs, their ferocious work-rate and Galway's attacking woes

The42 analyst Tommy Dunne breaks down Limerick’s first All-Ireland victory in 45 years.

'He was my dad and I love him very much' - son accused of murdering father

David Fortune appeared in court today charged with the murder of his father Gerard.

Homeless families in hotels and B&Bs 'will not be adversely affected' during papal visit

Concerns have been raised in recent weeks over the provision of accommodation for homeless people during the papal visit.

Bail for second boy, 13, charged with Ana Kriegel murder

Ana’s body was found in a disused farmhouse on 14 May.

New festival series to try entice the diaspora to visit Ireland

The first events receiving funding from the scheme will take place this October in Limerick and Donegal.

Searches continue for survivors after 'avalanche of water' hits Italian park

Several hiking groups were caught yesterday afternoon by the torrential deluge.

Gardaí issue fresh appeal for help tracing girl (16) believed to be in Dublin

Another teenage girl who was reported missing to gardaí has been located safe and well.

Windrush: UK Home Secretary apologises to 18 members wrongfully removed or detained

The 18 people were identified during a detailed review of 11,800 cases affecting Carribean nationals.

English man jailed for 20 years after pleading guilty to over 200 sexual assaults

A number of the offences were recorded by Lee on a camcorder.

Pope will meet survivors of clerical sex abuse during his Irish visit, Vatican says

Details of the meeting will not be announced until after it is over.

Death sentence ordered in Indian court over gang rape of girl (8)

The incident occurred two months ago.

Legal challenge to prevent Drew Harris becoming Garda Commissioner gets under way

Harris ‘lacks the independence’ to fulfill the State’s top policing role, it’s being claimed.

From The42 Up at 3am to ice injuries, going to physios twice a day - Burke reveals toll of Galway's nine-game run Recovery Mode

Up at 3am to ice injuries, going to physios twice a day - Burke reveals toll of Galway's nine-game run

“It was a rollercoaster and everything feeds into that then, your diet, sleep, hydration and all that,” the Galway captain said.

There's still time to apply for some CAO courses through the 'Available Places' facility

Available Places are places that remain unfilled in particular courses after all offers have been made and waiting lists have been exhausted.

Charges dropped against ex-police chief accused of blaming Liverpool fans for Hillsborough disaster

Prosecutors said the decision came as there were changes in the evidence of two witnesses, while a third passed away.

Irish bishop defends Pope Francis' response to abuse but says letter could have been 'more concrete'

Bishop Alan McGuckian says the Pope should be judged on his actions.

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