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Tuesday 5 April, 2016

Detectives granted extra time to question man in murder investigation

Laura Marshall’s body was found at an apartment in Lurgan on Sunday.

Monday 4 April, 2016

An overwhelming number of people don't support the striking Luas workers

A new poll finds strong opposition to the industrial action by Luas workers over pay.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Rhino horns, Panama Papers and Leo’s tweet had people talking today.

'Rathkeale Rovers' gang sentenced for €73m museum crime plot

The gang stole a rhino horn and other artefacts

The Panama Papers: The Irish connection

Some 322 companies, 36 clients and 17 beneficiaries have recorded links with Ireland.

Police find 45 kilos of ammunition in flat linked to a failed terror attack on France

French suspect Anis Bahri was arrested at the flat in Rotterdam on 27 March at France’s request.

"If I had him back now, I'd hug him, then I'd smack him" - Mother whose son took his own life

Elaine Clear was speaking to Ray D’Arcy today.

Female Air France crew can opt out of Iran flights to avoid having to wear headscarf

Air France management claims the request is standard for most airlines when flying to Iran.

From The42 Munster remains Dillane's home but Connacht ambitions are strong Kerryman

Munster remains Dillane's home but Connacht ambitions are strong

The 22-year-old reflects on his journey to Ireland honours in the Six Nations.

Family squats at abandoned council house to escape 'indescribable' emergency accommodation

Tom Stokes and his partner are concerned about the impact the conditions are having on their baby girl, who has had pneumonia and bronchitis.

VIDEO: Donegal man beats world record for shearing sheep in fastest time Wool You Believe It This post contains videos

VIDEO: Donegal man beats world record for shearing sheep in fastest time

He is the All-Ireland Sheep Shearing Champion in fairness.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: GAA defends venue farce, a Six Nations revamp and all today's sport Monday

We'll Leave It There So: GAA defends venue farce, a Six Nations revamp and all today's sport

Elsewhere, Antonio Conte will be the next Chelsea boss while Jonathan Sexton was not best pleased with the officiating during Leinster’s Pro12 win over Munster.

Muslim students told they don't have to shake hands with female teachers

It has caused some consternation in Switzerland.

Man who staged armed robbery with Love/Hate actor jailed for four years

Stephen Clinch, who played “Noely” in the series, was jailed last month.

Port Tunnel closed as truck catches fire

The closure is affecting traffic around Dublin.

Still a football pitch after five years: The sorry history of the Cork science park

Why a plan that could bring locals thousands of high-end jobs has barely gone anywhere.

Wayne Dundon lawyers say notorious criminal 'entitled to justice'

John and Wayne Dundon open appeals against their convictions this week in the Court of Appeal.

From The Daily Edge A lad just roared 'F**k her right in the p***y' on RTÉ's Six One news Fhritp

Sean FitzPatrick wants a different judge to hear his trial

There was no need for Judge McCartan to hear the case, counsel said.

Met Éireann says there was an "absolute drought" in Tipperary last month

At Cork Airport, a third of the month’s rainfall occurred on 26 March with 25.5mm falling.

Google takes down Taliban propaganda app

The app, which was designed to show news and videos from the group, was only up shortly before it was taken down.

The 5 at 5: Monday

The 5 at 5: Thursday

From The42 'I was getting out of a country that was struggling and I don't regret it a day since' REBEL WITH A CAUSE

'I was getting out of a country that was struggling and I don't regret it a day since'

In the mid-1980s, Ian Hennessy was playing for Cork City while earning a pound an hour working for a taxi company. He’s now a top collegiate coach in the United States.

This expensive robot is modelled on a real-life movie star

Whether you think it looks like her is another story entirely.

"He was using his shoe as a phone": Friday night on patrol with a Dublin ambulance crew

Most of the call-outs were related to drink and drugs.

Suspended sentence for man who glassed ex-wife's new partner

The victim needed ten stitches to a facial wound and was left with a 2cm long hairline scar.

Glasnevin Wall controversy: Misplaced fada raises ire of Gaeilgeoirs

It is understood the typo will be fixed in the next 48 hours.

Woman (21) given suspended sentence for taking abortion drugs

She bought the pills online as she failed to raise enough money to travel to England for a termination.

Survivors of Nepal earthquake 'being sold as child slaves in UK'

Children are said to be exchanging hands for as little as €6,500.

From The42 Boxer Nick Blackwell has woken from his induced coma following Eubank Jr fight Wake Up

Boxer Nick Blackwell has woken from his induced coma following Eubank Jr fight

The 25-year-old was taken to hospital on 26 March.

British businessman denies intentionally killing wealthy girlfriend in luxury Paris hotel

Kinga Wolf was found dead in the room in Le Bristol hotel with her skull, jaw and larynx smashed.

Worn tyres on your car are an absolute killer - and they're set to become a penalty points offence Check Your Tyres This post contains videos

Worn tyres on your car are an absolute killer - and they're set to become a penalty points offence

A brutal new RSA campaign takes aim at one in eight fatal road crashes being caused by vehicle defects – and two thirds of those accidents are caused by bad tyres.

Watch: Thief hides under duvet as he burgles house New Zealand This post contains videos

Watch: Thief hides under duvet as he burgles house

He didn’t quite manage to evade the CCTV cameras.

Families of Germanwings victims angered by parents' tribute to troubled co-pilot

The parents of Andreas Lubitz thanked friends and neighbours for their support in a notice published by a local paper.

The Panama Papers have already caused massive political disturbance

The leaked documents from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca have sent shock waves around the world.

Women walk out of church as priest reads anti-abortion letter Poland This post contains videos

Women walk out of church as priest reads anti-abortion letter

The letter was read out as the Catholic Church in Poland launched its campaign in support of proposed legislation to ban abortion.

Former X Factor judge Tulisa banned from driving for 15 months

The singer crashed her Ferrari in London last September.

From The42 Confirmed: Antonio Conte will be the next Chelsea manager Meet The New Boss

Confirmed: Antonio Conte will be the next Chelsea manager

Italian agrees three-year deal at Stamford Bridge.

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