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Dublin: 8 °C Sunday 21 January, 2018

Today’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.

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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 to blow Castres away as they sealed their place in the Champions Cup knockout stages.

Public appeal to help find man missing from Galway

Francis Kavanagh, 61, has 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.

18 people killed in Kabul Intercontinental Hotel attack, including 14 foreigners

Afghan security forces killed all six attackers during the night-time siege.

Cocaine worth over €70,000 seized in Nenagh

A man was arrested but later released without charge.

Derek Hutch shooting: Gardaí appealing for information on two getaway cars

The 27-year-old was shot at the Bridgeview halting site near Cloverhill road.

Family of missing Irishman fly to Austria to help search effort

Ross Hanlon, 21, was last seen in the early hours of Friday morning.

Mike Pence says US would support two-state solution between Palestine and Israel

Pence is on the first leg of a three-country tour that includes stops in Jordan and Israel.

From The42 Munster's Champions Cup clash with Castres delayed due to heavy rain in Limerick Waterlogged

Munster's Champions Cup clash with Castres delayed due to heavy rain in Limerick

The Thomond Park pitch has been left waterlogged by the adverse weather conditions.

Drop in support for Fine Gael as voters say health service issues would impact their vote

The Sunday Times poll sees Fine Gael drop two points to 32% and Fianna Fáil unchanged at 26%.

Using monkeys and apes in film and TV is 'misleading' millions of viewers

A third of people surveyed think that chimpanzees are not endangered because they star in films and TV shows often.

German woman sentenced to death in Iraq for joining ISIS

She was sentenced in an Iraqi court earlier today.

Packs of McVitie's Digestives to reduce in size due to "challenging times"

Packets will now have seven fewer biscuits.

Heavy rain and freezing conditions continue to batter the country

Wrap up warm and grab an umbrella.

From The42 Win the moment: 5 lessons in mental strength and high performance from Paul O'Connell Manic Presentation

The 1918 pandemic killed millions - Now scientists are trying to design a stronger flu shot to prevent a repeat

There’s currently no way to predict what strain of the shape-shifting flu virus could trigger another pandemic.

Kildare's famous 'Great Wall of Dunnes' is here to stay Newbridge This post contains videos

Kildare's famous 'Great Wall of Dunnes' is here to stay

Dunnes Stores has been locked in a planning battle over an expansion at its Newbridge store.

Poll: Do you support yesterday's anti-Trump marches across the world? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you support yesterday's anti-Trump marches across the world?

Hundreds of thousands attended the protests worldwide yesterday.

Three counties create 'energy-efficient zone' to attract jobs

Houses, GAA clubs and other buildings are being retrofitted with energy-saving materials.

Murder investigation launched following death of man (53) in Belfast flat

A 25-year-old man and a 26-year-old woman were arrested at the scene on suspicion of murder.

Sitdown Sunday: How Ellen Pompeo asked for her $20m salary

Grab a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.

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