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Today’s News

Irish Water to split from Ervia within five years

The water body is to become a standalone utility by the year 2023.

Chicago police release body camera footage of man fatally shot by officers

Protesters angry about the killing took to the streets on Saturday in a city that’s struggled with police shootings.

Caver threatens lawsuit against Elon Musk who insulted him after he refused his offer of aid for Thai rescue

British caver Unsworth provided invaluable mapping knowledge of the cave, in which 12 boys and their soccer coach were trapped for a fortnight, to rescuers.

Pussy Riot charged over World Cup final pitch invasion

One made it to the centre circle.

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Poll: Should Garda stations have 'drunk tanks'? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Garda stations have 'drunk tanks'?

Similar schemes have been trialled in UK cities like Newcastle, Bristol and Cardiff.

20% of Garda stations can't connect to either the internet or Pulse

At present, members in the unconnected stations must travel to their district station to access Pulse, the Garda computer system.

Man in his 40s killed after van hits tree

He was the sole occupant of the van.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

Showers throughout the week, but heatwave-level weather to return for the weekend

By the weekend, there will be highs of 27 degrees.

'Low expectations' - Trump and Putin to meet face-to-face

The pair’s Helsinki Summit may take the heat out of some of the world’s most dangerous conflicts.

EU urges US, China and Russia to avert trade 'conflict and chaos'

EU Council President Donald Tusk spoke after meeting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang as part of an annual EU-China summit.

Digital DNA: 'Every time we go online we leave a bit of ourselves behind'

Being alert to how our data is being used and asking why it’s being gathered in the first place equips us with the skills we need to protect our digital DNA, writes Sean Crowley.

Irish Water hopes new restrictions in Dublin will help avoid 'widespread outages in autumn'

Pressure will be dropped in 34 areas from 10pm tonight.

Assaults, muggings, sexual harassment: Is it time for Ireland's own transport police service?

The Transport Minister is seeking opinions from the heads of the transport providers on the current measures in place to deal with crime on the network.

Gardaí received intelligence that officer was under threat weeks before attack Exclusive

An investigation into the attack is ongoing.

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Yesterday’s News

From The42 Paul Pogba, the €105 million wonderkid, shows the trait he is often accused of lacking - character Point To Prove This post contains videos

Paul Pogba, the €105 million wonderkid, shows the trait he is often accused of lacking - character

Since his record-breaking move to Manchester United, the France star has been faced with great expectations.

'I feel more secure': How HomeShare has been bringing the old and young together Loneliness This post contains videos

'I feel more secure': How HomeShare has been bringing the old and young together

We visited John and Amy who have been taking part in the service.

'Rallying is her passion': Teen to become one of Ireland's first visually impaired rally navigators

Sara McFadden was born with albinism, which has affected her vision.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

The planet was watching as France beat Croatia in Moscow. Here at home, it rained at last.

Celebrating World Cup fans block traffic on Dublin's O'Connell Bridge

There was a ‘celebratory’ mood as France and Croatia fans gathered.

Goodbye gym guilt, hello exercise pills? The future of staying in shape

No more boring hours on the exercise bike? Eh, sign us up.

Lyme disease: 'I became a shadow, housebound, a virtual recluse'

“I thought about ending it all. I was worn out. Beat down. Broke. Defeated.”

Greenland villagers moved to higher ground as vast iceberg threatens flooding

There are fears it could flip or that sections could break off.

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'In Mother Russia only Putin gets an umbrella' - Viewers bemused by President's World Cup 'power move'

Putin was shielded from the rain – but Macron and the Croatian leader got drenched.

From The42 Pogba and Mbappe fire France to World Cup glory Champions This post contains videos

Pogba and Mbappe fire France to World Cup glory

Didier Deschamps’ men overcame Croatia 4-2.

Pussy Riot claim responsibility for World Cup pitch invasion

Four protesters ran onto the field as France led 2-1, one making it to the centre circle.

Fine Gael senator calls for 'drunk tanks' at city Garda stations

Similar schemes have been trialled in UK cities like Newcastle, Bristol and Cardiff.

From The42 Emotional Djokovic powers past Anderson to claim fourth Wimbledon title Lucky Number 13

Emotional Djokovic powers past Anderson to claim fourth Wimbledon title

The Serb moves fourth on the all-time list of male Grand Slam winners.

Police arrest 32 in India after latest lynching sparked by WhatsApp rumours

More than 20 people have been lynched in India after being accused of child abduction.

Leo wanted the HSE to save money by re-using crutches, but was told it was a non-runner

The Taoiseach said the government will be looking with ‘laser-like detail’ at how to get value for money in the health service.

British minister resigns over lewd messages to women

Andrew Griffiths said he was “deeply ashamed” and would seek professional help.

From The42 Brilliant Limerick survive late Kilkenny fightback to book All-Ireland semi-final place Treaty March On

Brilliant Limerick survive late Kilkenny fightback to book All-Ireland semi-final place

The Treaty had two points to spare over Kilkenny in a thrilling clash in Thurles.

Poll: Will you watch the World Cup Final? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you watch the World Cup Final?

Almost a million people tuned in to watch England in the semis this week.

Kindness: Change your life and make the world a kinder place

Can you get someone to stop talking without feeling and appearing rude? Yes. There are ways to do it kindly, writes Gill Hasson.

Tourists charged with stealing bricks from an Auschwitz crematorium

The two Hungarians admitted their actions and were fined.

High Court strikes out challenge by charity boss over €84,000 payments to her parents

Barbara Flynn had called a report by the Charities Regulator as “fundamentally flawed”.

It's raining all over the country - so take extra care if you're driving

Surfaces tend to be greasy and slippery after long dry spells – so let’s be careful out there.

From The42 Two in two days! Ireland's Sommer Lecky wins silver at World Championships Medal Fever

Two in two days! Ireland's Sommer Lecky wins silver at World Championships

The Finn Valley AC star finished second in the high jump final in Tampere.

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