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Dublin: 17 °C Friday 22 June, 2018

Today’s News

Gardaí to carry out searches and monitor 'prolific offenders' this weekend

They’re targeting crime in the Ashbourne area of Meath in particular.

Credit Union in Kilkenny fined €210,000 for failure to protect members' savings

St Canice’s Credit Union has been reprimanded by the Central Bank for eight breaches of the Credit Union Act, 1997.

Man (30s) remanded in custody after being charged with alleged rape in west Dublin

The man was denied bail before Blanchardstown District Court this morning.

Temperatures set to hit mid 20s over the weekend

They call this “summer”, apparently.

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From The42 Sonia O'Sullivan's daughter to make Ireland debut at U18 European Championships Green Vest

Sonia O'Sullivan's daughter to make Ireland debut at U18 European Championships

16-year-old Sophie will run over 800 metres in Hungary next month.

Row over €18 million school grounds sale settled

No details of the settlement were given to the court.

Former FBI director: Family separation is a 'shameful, disgraceful episode' in US history

James Comey said what has been happening on the Mexican border is “utterly inconsistent with who we are as Americans”.

Irish Rail to bump up security on north Dublin Dart line after reports of anti-social behaviour

Incidents of intimidating and threatening behaviour have become commonplace on the northern line in recent weeks.

'The worst case of mange seen in years': DSPCA appeal for information about abandoned dogs

The two dogs, a Labrador and a German Shepherd, were found tied up outside Ashtown dog pound.

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Journal Media won four awards at yesterday's Justice Media Awards

Reporters Gráinne Ní Aodha, Sean Murray, Paul O’Donoghue and Cianan Brennan picked up prizes for their articles.

Three jihadists among 11 arrests for terror offences last year

There were far more arrests for terror offences in Northern Ireland, according to Europol’s report.

Poll: Do you have plans this weekend? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you have plans this weekend?

The weather forecast is looking pretty good.

The 9 at 9: Friday

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

Whiskey, jeans and motorbikes: EU tariffs on US goods come into effect

The move comes after US President Donald Trump imposed 25% tariffs on steel imports and 10% on aluminium.

From The42 Schmidt to make decision on Ireland future by the end of the year Joe Show

Schmidt to make decision on Ireland future by the end of the year

The Kiwi is out of contract after the 2019 World Cup and plans to put his family first.

'This would be catastrophic': Airbus says it may pull out of UK if there's a no-deal Brexit

The company said a no-deal Brexit would cost it €1 billion a week in lost turnover.

Melania Trump says jacket message at border saying 'I really don't care' doesn't mean anything

The odd choice of jacket message has only served to fan the flames of controversy around the American policy of separating children from their parents at the Mexican border.

Eight years and three bailouts later, Greece's debt crisis is finally over

Greece’s economy has stabilised after being in turmoil for many years.

Roseanne is coming back ... without Roseanne

A reboot of the show was axed last month.

'This is not a trivial offence, but a sexual assault': Female reporter groped during World Cup report Me Too This post contains videos

'This is not a trivial offence, but a sexual assault': Female reporter groped during World Cup report

Julieth Gonzalez Theran said she was determined to keep doing her job.

Can Ireland's vast monoculture conifer carpets be changed into biodiverse deciduous woodlands?

It is better for biodiversity and more sustainable, writes Dermot McNally.

Whiskey sales are surging but the threat of US tariffs is souring the industry's high spirits

Nearly 120 million bottles of Irish whiskey were sold around the world last year.

65-year-old man admits sexually abusing three children

The man knows he will be going into custody for a substantial time, the court heard.

Do you work indoors? Here's why you need to be wary of the sun - even when it's cloudy out

People are being warned that their skin can still be damaged on cloudy days.

After sustained campaign, Irish giant's bones may finally be released from London museum

Charles Byrne wanted to be buried at sea so scientists wouldn’t get their hands on his corpse. His skeleton has been on public display for decades.

Yesterday’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.

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…

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