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Eoghan Murphy keeps his job as motion of no confidence is defeated

In the end, Fine Gael’s Catherine Byrne baked her party colleague this evening.

Arlene Foster claims Martin McGuinness knew of whistleblower's concerns over Cash for Ash as early as she did

Foster also derided the actions of former DUP minister Jonathan Bell in her testimony before the RHI inquiry today.

Germany's Catholic Church has apologised for 'failing' to deal with sexual abuse and 'the pain' it caused

A new report by the Church in Germany showed that nearly 3,700 minors were assaulted between 1946 and 2014.

Father of boy saved by 'Spiderman' from French balcony convicted for negligence

Mamoudou Gassama was propelled to global stardom after footage showing him rescue the boy went viral.

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From The42 Pressure mounts on Mourinho as dismal United dumped out by Lampard's Derby League Cup

Pressure mounts on Mourinho as dismal United dumped out by Lampard's Derby

The Championship club stunned Old Trafford with an epic penalty shoot-out win.

Have you seen this woman? She has been missing from Donegal since Sunday

Rhonda O’Loughlin was last seen in Bridgetown in Laghey.

Taoiseach to meet Catherine Corless after 'paying respects' at Tuam site

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar told the Dáil today that he made a private visit to Tuam on his way home from a conference in Galway recently.

Student who missed out on college place because of examiner's mistake calls situation 'an utter disgrace'

Rebecca Carter has been denied a place studying veterinary medicine in UCD because the State Examinations Commission will not hear her appeal until October.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

“Bizarre” presidential allowance, laughter at Trump in the UN and a tribute to Liam Miller – it’s the evening fix.

Foster mother takes Tusla to High Court over refusal to consider her as adoptive parent for child

The woman had been caring for the boy from a few months after his birth until April of this year.

Cancer warning labels on alcohol products will not be ditched from Public Health Alcohol Bill

There were reports that warnings on alcohol products linking excessive consumption to fatal cancers were to be removed.

'A sexually violent predator': Bill Cosby sentenced to 3 to 10 years in prison

His defence team has argued he is too frail for prison and that he is not a threat, but prosecutors pointed out he has not expressed remorse for his crime.

'Heroin in Ireland is an economic massacre - we have to find a new solution'

Grace Dyas and Rachael Keogh – author of Dying To Survive – want their new play about heroin to spark change in Ireland.

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Watch: New sinkholes appear next to primary school in Monaghan

New holes have appeared next to Drumgossatt National School in rural Co Monaghan after a local GAA pitch was yesterday struck by the original sinkhole.

Drug-testing roll out at music festivals and nightclubs to be examined by expert group

Drug-testing is available in a number of other European countries.

From The42 For Liam: 30 of the best photos from a memorable afternoon in Cork For Liam

For Liam: 30 of the best photos from a memorable afternoon in Cork

Liam Miller was remembered and honoured by those who played alongside him, worshiped him and loved him on Tuesday.

Trump brings the house down at UN General Assembly after insisting his White House has 'achieved more than any other' That's The Joke This post contains videos

Trump brings the house down at UN General Assembly after insisting his White House has 'achieved more than any other'

Ordinarily the General Assembly is a pretty solemn place. But not today.

From The42 Football legends pay tribute to the late Liam Miller at a packed Páirc Uí Chaoimh RIP Liam Miller

Football legends pay tribute to the late Liam Miller at a packed Páirc Uí Chaoimh

The former Celtic, Manchester United and Ireland midfielder was remembered today in his hometown.

'I was literally rock bottom. I was seven years out on the streets ... there's no way I'm going back'

Dublin Simon Community launched its annual impact report earlier today.

Decision to grant Irish Cement licence to burn alternative fuels delayed after 3,500 objections

The number of objections from the public “continues to rise”, a spokesperson for the EPA said.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Irish Water lifts hosepipe ban in 16 counties as increased rainfall eases shortage fears

The company had warned last month that water levels could be at “historic low levels going into the winter”.

From The42 'I'm sure Liam will be looking down and will be delighted' Liam Miller This post contains videos

'I'm sure Liam will be looking down and will be delighted'

Former team-mates of Liam Miller have been paying tribute to him before the match in Páirc Uí Chaoimh today.

Confusion reigns in PAC over 'bizarre' €317,000 annual allowance to the President

The Comptroller and Auditor General said today he had no oversight over the payment.

'Taoiseach, I can only surmise that you are delusional': Mary Lou says Leo should sack his housing minister

There had been reports that the Junior Minister would abstain from voting on the motion of no confidence in her government colleague.

Three arrested after British millionaire and wife found buried on their own property in Thailand

Police said that Alan Hogg’s brother-in-law has been arrested in connection with the deaths.

Michael O'Leary hits out at Matt Cooper's unauthorised biography of him

His publisher Penguin Random House said it stands over the book.

'A cheap headline': Minister has no intention of scrapping welfare Christmas bonus

She said people on welfare payments were needlessly worried by news reports this morning.

Michael Kors goes shopping and picks up Versace for €1.83 billion

Versace was the brainchild of the late designer Gianni Versace.

'Predators are out there': Three college students report rapes to Cork sexual violence centre

None of the alleged rapes were reported to gardaí – the head of the centre in Cork said this is not surprising.

From The42 JVDF feeling stronger than ever after rehab race with Dubs star Brogan Fitter Happier

JVDF feeling stronger than ever after rehab race with Dubs star Brogan

The Leinster man wound up in the surgeon’s theatre on the same day as Brogan.

Swedish parliament ousts Prime Minister Stefan Lofven in vote of no-confidence

A total of 204 of 349 members of parliament voted against Lofven, while 142 voted in favour of him.

Labour MP praised for explanation of why Brexit poses a huge problem for the Irish border

“If the peace process is finished, then peace on the island of Ireland is under huge threat.”

'Shock and devastation': Monaghan GAA club will be shut 'for years' after sinkhole opens up

Francis Jones, who is the chairman of Magheracloone GAA Club, said the community has been left reeling by the incident.

Poll: Should there be cancer warnings on alcohol products? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should there be cancer warnings on alcohol products?

The proposal is expected to be dropped.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

DNA samples taken in Kerry Babies investigation

Baby John was found dead on a Kerry beach over 33 years ago.

From The42 'What he did was send a tingle down the spines of supporters': The kid who lived his dreams Legacy

'What he did was send a tingle down the spines of supporters': The kid who lived his dreams

Liam Miller’s playing career was special and unique and awe-inspiring.

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