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Today’s News

Men armed with gun, knife and wrench rob bookies in separate incidents

Gardaí are investigating both robberies.

Several areas are still flooded after heavy weekend rains Impassable This post contains videos

Several areas are still flooded after heavy weekend rains

The midlands was hardest hit over the weekend and some areas are still flooded.

Man found with serious head injuries on street in Monaghan

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

First-time buyers will be able to get government-backed mortgages

Applicants can choose a fixed rate of interest for the duration of the loan.

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From The42 Schmidt's stocks look healthy as Ireland set off for sunny Spain Optimism

Schmidt's stocks look healthy as Ireland set off for sunny Spain

There are in-form players everywhere in Ireland’s Six Nations squad.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s what’s been happening this morning.

Poll: Did you find career guidance useful? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Did you find career guidance useful?

Was the career advice you got of benefit to you when deciding what you wanted to work as?

Martin McDonagh's 'Three Billboards' takes home three prizes at Screen Actors Guild awards

Saoirse Ronan lost out to Frances McDormand in the best actress category.

One in 12 drivers involved in collision or near miss because of drink driving

Transport Minister Shane Ross wants people who are caught drink driving to receive an automatic disqualification.

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'I went from football to finance': How to change your career (and your life) this year

The world's richest 1% swallowed up 82% of the wealth created last year

A new report by Oxfam has found that income inequality is growing.

Nominations for the deputy leadership of SF open today - so far there's just one candidate

Michelle O’Neill said she wanted to join Mary Lou McDonald in the leadership of the party.

Irishman dies while kayaking in Ecuador

Three other people are still missing.

Hopes that the US government shutdown would be just for the weekend have been dashed

The impasse, the first of its kind since 2013, had already cast a huge shadow over the first anniversary of Trump’s inauguration.

'Pray for me. I may die': Kabul hotel guest's plea during siege

At least 18 people were killed, including 14 foreigners, in the 12-hour ordeal.

Opinion: Drink coffee on the go? It's time to start paying 25 cent for your disposable cups

Introducing this temporary levy could raise €300 million euro for recycling initiatives, writes Ian Fahey.

'It's a game changer': Ireland moves one step closer to Germany's public banking system

Government officials have completed a report into the community banking model, which will shortly be discussed by Cabinet.

One-third of students are experiencing serious financial problems

Just under half of third level students’ monthly expenditure is provided by someone other than the student, usually a parent or partner.

A private company managing homeless accommodation in Dublin made nearly €3 million profit in 2016

R&G Administration manages and oversees accommodation for homeless families at two locations in Dublin.

Yesterday’s News

How the Danish co-housing model could help solve Ireland's crisis

This type of housing scheme has started to break into the Irish market.

From The42 'I’m in the best place to recover at Man City so it’s definitely not something that will end my career' Mental Strength

'I’m in the best place to recover at Man City so it’s definitely not something that will end my career'

After rupturing ligaments in her knee, Ireland and Manchester City full-back Megan Campbell is on the long road back to full fitness.

Saunas and high vitamin doses: The discredited Scientology-backed drug rehab programme slated for Meath

There have been a number of protests against Scientology’s presence in Ireland.

Tallaght Hospital says new app will 'help patients get the most from their treatment'

It’s the first public hospital in Ireland to launch this type of app.

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From The42 'I've dreamed of it since I was a kid!' 17-year-old Irish striker makes Premier League debut Potential This post contains videos

'I've dreamed of it since I was a kid!' 17-year-old Irish striker makes Premier League debut

Southampton’s Michael Obafemi was given a chance to impress against Tottenham today.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

People paying their final respects to Dolores O’Riordan, the death of an Irish woman in Thailand and an attack in Kabul had everyone talking today.

Trump calls for 'nuclear option' in bid to end government shutdown in US

A divided Congress is hoping to end a budget impasse tonight.

Life with albinism: 'Being shouted at, laughed at and pointed at regularly'

The sad thing is this has happened so many times I’ve accepted it as normal, writes Sinead McManus.

'He has incredible genes and that's the way God made him': The week in quotes

Here’s what was said and who said what this week.

Roads around the country closed due to flooding Impassable This post contains videos

Roads around the country closed due to flooding

Motorists have been advised to exercise caution and avoid certain areas.

From The42 Quarter-final shake-up pits Leinster against Saracens while Munster host Toulon A Dream Of Spring

Quarter-final shake-up pits Leinster against Saracens while Munster host Toulon

There are further French tests ahead for Munster if they make it to the semi-finals.

'12 years late', Palestinians are about to get 3G for the very first time

Palestinians will have access to 3G from Tuesday – years after much of the rest of the world began using it.

From The42 Munster blow Castres away with rousing Thomond performance to progress Never In Doubt

Munster blow Castres away with rousing Thomond performance to progress

The hosts crossed six times as they sealed their place in the Champions Cup knockout stages.

Missing Galway man found safe and well

Francis Kavanagh, 61, had been missing since Thursday.

'Absolutely tragic': Man arrested after eight-year-old girl stabbed to death in England

The incident happened in the West Midlands last night.

Ukip leader loses no confidence vote after row over comments made by ex-girlfriend

Henry Bolton’s former partner allegedly made racist remarks about Prince Harry’s fiancée Meghan Markle.

'In total shock': Donegal woman dies while on holiday in Thailand

It is understood Louise Furey died after falling from a balcony.

Surge in women joining Defence Forces after €360,000 is spent on recruitment campaigns A New Dawn This post contains videos

Surge in women joining Defence Forces after €360,000 is spent on recruitment campaigns

Almost 14,000 men and women applied to join the Defence Forces in 2017.

'Deeply loved and cherished': Thousands pay final respects to Dolores O'Riordan

The singer was found dead in London on Monday.

From The42 As it happened: Munster vs Castres, Champions Cup Liveblog

As it happened: Munster vs Castres, Champions Cup

Munster took on Castres, as the Irish side aimed for a victory in a wet Thomond Park.

Opinion: 'Let go of the fantasy of being on top of things - those days are gone'

I’m choosing my health and happiness and I’m leaving the cult of busyness, writes Aoife McElwain.

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