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Today’s News

'I don't know what her position is': Murphy to speak to Catherine Byrne before no-confidence vote

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

'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.

'Nobody is above the law': Bill Cosby risks prison sentence of up to ten years

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.

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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

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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 spine of supporters': The kid who lived his dreams Legacy

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

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

Brett Kavanaugh: 'I've never had any sexual or physical activity with Dr Ford'

In an exclusive interview with Fox News, Kavanaugh denied the accusations against him and said that he was a virgin at the time of the attacks.

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Irish yachtsman who was marooned in Indian Ocean on way back to Australia

The two men were left waiting for help in a remote part of the Indian Ocean.

Eoin Ó Broin: 'He is the Minister. The buck stops with him. He must change the policy... or go'

The Sinn Féin spokesperson defends his party’s motion of no confidence in the Housing Minister.

Gardaí investigating after man entered hotel room of schoolgirls on trip for National Ploughing Championships

Around 60 teenage girls from a Tipperary school were at the hotel.

Explainer: Why examining presidential expenses could be a problem

A number of people have argued that the move by the PAC is unconstitutional.

Arlene Foster due before 'cash-for-ash' inquiry - here's what we know so far

She has previously told the inquiry that she was not told of issues with the scheme and that if she had been, things would have been different.

Yesterday’s News

'We’re not going to forget about Matthew': Family appeals for information about missing Limerick man

Matthew Carroll was last seen on 8 June 1998 in the Roxboro Road area of Limerick.

'This is not the right choice' - Catherine Byrne speaks, but no word on whether she'll support Eoghan Murphy tomorrow

Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy is facing a motion of no confidence in the Dáil tomorrow evening.

Learning to walk again - experimental electrical therapy helping paralysed people take steps once more Spinal Cord Injuries This post contains videos

Learning to walk again - experimental electrical therapy helping paralysed people take steps once more

An electrical implant that zaps the spinal cord is giving some individuals living with paralysis hope for the future.

Dallas police fire officer charged with fatally shooting neighbour in his apartment

Amber Guyger is accused of fatally shooting her black neighbour inside his own apartment.

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From The42 He's back! Sheedy returns to take charge of Tipperary senior hurlers for a second time Sheedy Does It

He's back! Sheedy returns to take charge of Tipperary senior hurlers for a second time

Tipperary have tonight confirmed that Liam Sheedy will replace Michael Ryan.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Michael D is in, Gemma O’Doherty isn’t, and a sinkhole opens up on a Ulster GAA pitch – it’s the Fix.

Decision to not include cancer warnings on alcohol products an 'insult to those who have suffered from cancer'

Senator Frances Black was reacting to the news that cancer warning labels are expected to be dropped from the Alcohol Bill.

Trump 'to meet' with official who allegedly discussed removing him from office, amid rumours he's to be fired

Rod Rosenstein was last week accused of discussing recording the President in order to remove him as being unfit for office.

Indonesia teen rescued after seven weeks adrift at sea in floating hut

The 18-year-old was working solo on a fishing hut when heavy winds knocked it off its moorings.

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Debate Update - It's moving to Thursday, Sean Gallagher is in (sort of), but things are less clear for Michael D

The incumbent has officially announced his candidacy this afternoon.

Gemma O'Doherty fails to secure enough council nominations to contest presidential election

The journalist secured her first county council nomination earlier today.

From The42 JP McManus donates €100,000 to every county board to be divided among GAA clubs Gesture

JP McManus donates €100,000 to every county board to be divided among GAA clubs

The horse racing magnate will hand out a total of €3.2million.

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Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Michael D Higgins has officially thrown his hat in the ring for the upcoming election

The President is now officially a candidate for re-election.

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‘Incredible show of seamanship’: Irish sailor praised for assisting fellow competitor stranded in Indian ocean

Gregor McGuckin sailed towards Abhilash Tomy’s yacht after his mast broke off in a storm on Friday.

Two men charged in Wexford over seizure of €2 million in cash

The men, from Dublin and Meath, were remanded in custody.

From The42 Some late call-ups as final squad lists for Liam Miller tribute match released For A Great Cause

Some late call-ups as final squad lists for Liam Miller tribute match released

John O’Shea, Wes Brown, Ian Harte, Johan Mjallby and Stephen Kelly have been drafted in for tomorrow’s game at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

School evacuated and road closed after sinkhole opens up on GAA pitch in Monaghan

It opened up “quite a significant gash,” a local councillor said.

'After all these years, Baby John deserves the truth': Gardaí going door-to-door on Valentia Island

Around 20 gardaí are conducting the latest cold case inquiries.

Oberstown teen launches High Court case over alleged unlawful solitary confinement

He claims that on three occasions since July he has been disciplined and placed in solitary confinement as punishment.

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