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Dublin: 11 °C Thursday 21 June, 2018

Today’s News

Residents of Scottish island raise €5.1 million to buy out aristocrat landlord

They delayed the sale under a new Scottish law, allowing them to raise the money through public funds and private donations.

Councillors could be in store for pay increases as review considers their remuneration

A review of the role of elected members of local authorities is being commissioned.

Former Love Island contestant Sophie Gradon dies aged 32 RIP

Former Love Island contestant Sophie Gradon dies aged 32

Police said, “There are not believed to be any suspicious circumstances surrounding her death.”

Court hears €2.1 million outstanding on loans for Dublin properties owned by Jerry Beades

Counsel for the lender said no repayments have been made on the properties for 10 years.

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From The42 The Brazilian icon and the bizarre, long-running myth of his failed football career in Ireland Debunked

The Brazilian icon and the bizarre, long-running myth of his failed football career in Ireland

Socrates never did play for UCD or Shelbourne and he never tasted Sigerson Cup action either. So, where did the stories come from?

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Jean-Claude Juncker says the EU is behind Ireland, Disclosures Tribunal continues and temperatures set to hit 29 degrees next week – it’s the Evening Fix.

From The42 Argentina on the brink of premature World Cup exit as Croatia cruise to incredible victory Upset

Argentina on the brink of premature World Cup exit as Croatia cruise to incredible victory

A heavy defeat leaves Argentina on just one point after two games and on the cusp of an early exit.

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Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend?

What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.

Bank of Ireland says problems with debit cards being declined is now resolved

There were widespread complaints about transaction faults this afternoon.

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Clare Daly tells Tribunal she was aware of 'whispering allegations' about Maurice McCabe

Wallace said that he first met with McCabe around 2012, and had ongoing contacts since then.

Melania Trump visits migrant children at Texas detention centre

The first lady said earlier through her spokeswoman that she “hates” to see families separated at the border.

Pickets to be placed at 34 branches of Lloyds Pharmacy tomorrow

Over 200 pharmacy workers will hold a two-hour picket between 10am and midday.

From The42 The Rugby Show: Reaction to team news as Ireland aim to win first Aussie series since 1979 Fair Dinkum This post contains videos

The Rugby Show: Reaction to team news as Ireland aim to win first Aussie series since 1979

Murray Kinsella dials in from Sydney ahead of the series decider.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Temperatures will reach 28 or 29 degrees next week

It will be officially “Too Hot”.

TIME hits out at Trump's border separation policy with cover photo

It comes after the US President questioned if he would be on the cover of Time magazine after the North Korea summit last week.

Intel CEO resigns over 'past consensual relationship' with an employee

Chief Financial Officer Bob Swan will serve as interim chief executive.

Koko, the famous gorilla who mastered sign language and cared for a kitten, has died California This post contains videos

Koko, the famous gorilla who mastered sign language and cared for a kitten, has died

Koko, a tribute said, “touched the lives of millions as an ambassador for all gorillas”.

Rape conviction quashed over ruling that prevented girl (15) being asked about contraceptive pill

The man was sentenced to eight years imprisonment on 29 July 2016.

Suspect arrested in rapper XXXTentacion's shooting death

XXXTentacion was gunned down on Monday as he left an upscale motorcycle dealership in Florida.

From The42 World Cup referee 'strongly refutes' claims he asked for Ronaldo's jersey at half-time Getting Shirty

World Cup referee 'strongly refutes' claims he asked for Ronaldo's jersey at half-time

Fifa has leapt to the defence of referee Mark Geiger, who took charge of Portugal’s game with Morocco.

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife charged with fraud and breach of trust

Netanyahu himself is under investigation on suspicion of corruption offences.

Married store manager admits he offered accommodation to staff members for sex

The Workplace Relations Commission has ordered his employer to pay the man €6,500 after finding that his dismissal was unfair.

'Ireland stands at the heart of Europe' - Juncker tells Dáil EU is behind Ireland

Juncker today held a meeting with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.

James Quinn jailed for 22 years in Spain for Gary Hutch murder

The judge described the 2015 murder as “execrable”.

From The42 Ireland defender Clark left unconscious after attack in Spanish bar - report Incident

Ireland defender Clark left unconscious after attack in Spanish bar - report

The Newcastle United player was reportedly punched on a dancefloor following a row with another man.

Third retrial of Cavan childminder accused of harming baby collapses

The defence team was “potentially hamstrung” over emails between expert witnesses on the case.

Trial of man accused over David Black murder collapses due to 'profane' garda interviews

41-year-old Damien Joseph McLaughlin was cleared of the six terror charges.

A missed wedding and missed phone calls: Passport Office apologises for delays

It is “a matter of immense frustration” for staff that it’s taking longer than planned to process some applications, the Public Accounts Committee has been told.

Instagram launches new long-form video service to compete with YouTube

Instagram’s CEO also announced that the social media platform now has more than one billion active users.

Group behind far-right Charlottesville rally gets approval for 'white civil rights' march in Washington

The rally is due to take place on the anniversary of the Charlottesville event during which a woman was killed.

'The tapes don't lie': Senior garda says Drumm's crimes caused 'real harm' to the public

Detective chief superintendent Pat Lordan said Drumm’s sentencing has come at the “end of a long road for An Garda Síochána”.

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Poll: Are you worried about Brexit?

One major issue is what will happen to the border between the Republic and Northern Ireland.

The 9 at 9: Thursday

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

New Zealand prime minister gives birth to a baby girl

Jacinda Ardern becomes just the second world leader to give birth while in office.

'Horrifying, shameful, unforgivable': UK families call for criminal charges over hospital deaths

An independent inquiry looked into deaths at Gosport War Memorial Hospital.

Trump orders end to separation of migrant children but says 'the border is going to be just as tough'

Trump’s about-face comes after more than 2,300 children were separated from their parents and adult relatives.

Jean-Claude Juncker is in town to talk to Leo about Brexit

The President of the European Commission will also address members of the Dáil and Seanad.

It's a year since Shane Ross announced Stepaside would re-open. It's still closed, and locals aren't happy

“People in the area are tired of not having clear answers,” local butcher Michael Fleming said.

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