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From The Daily Edge You need to hear the remix of Seán O’Rourke reading out Fun Lovin’ Criminals lyrics Seán Lovin' Criminals

Court told of ‘serious implications’ if child who has had ‘multiple foster homes’ is moved again

TheJournal.ie spent a week observing cases in the Family Court.

From The Score Analysis: Madigan provides promising performance as Leinster’s playmaking 12 Second Five Eighth

Analysis: Madigan provides promising performance as Leinster’s playmaking 12

The 25-year-old showed glimpses of what he could bring to the mix as a centre for Matt O’Connor’s side against the Scarlets.

‘You can’t even buy a pair of socks in Ballymun these days’

Plans for regeneration of the Dublin town have stalled, says a local councillor.

Man arrested over serious sexual assault on woman

The man in his 30s was arrested this morning in Dublin.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Boy in State care set duvet on fire in the middle of the room while he was still in it

TheJournal.ie spent a week observing cases in the Family Court.

Rory McIlroy’s jilted ex-managers are not giving up their claim to his $100m Nike contract (and more)

McIlroy says that they were not up front about his contract and he wants it voided.

From The Score Conor McGregor is getting six more RTÉ documentaries Notorious

Conor McGregor is getting six more RTÉ documentaries

The half-hour programmes will be aired from January.

These emigrants explain the barriers that are keeping them from coming home

The conference on return migration was organised by the National Youth Council of Ireland.

“His future has probably changed forever” – 17-year-old shot in both legs in Derry

The teenager was shot in the left thigh and the right calf by two men.

Babies of homeless parents remain in State care, but father has made ‘huge progress’

TheJournal.ie spent a week observing cases in the Family Court.

Gardaí didn’t serve over 640,000 summonses between 2009 and 2012 – whistleblower

John Wilson blasted the lack of accountability in the penalty points system.

Two men arrested after man found dead at Carlow house

A second man was found with serious injuries at the house in Tullow.

From The Score Training Tech: 5 steps to losing your Man Boobs Moobs

Training Tech: 5 steps to losing your Man Boobs

A lot of men can handle having a belly, but from there on up is a much more sensitive subject.

Gardaí will no longer check passports at Dublin Airport

Instead, the responsibility will fall to civilians in the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service as part of reforms launched today.

Woman in critical condition after escape from house fire

The PSNI has issued an appeal for information.

Toddler left alone in Direct Provision centre removed from mother, custody awarded to father

TheJournal.ie spent a week observing cases in the Family Court.

From Business ETC Irish consumers not so happy, but thanks for asking Mixed Feelings

Irish consumers not so happy, but thanks for asking

Latest customer sentiment survey down last month after hitting a seven-year high in July.

Column: ‘Music isn’t just about what you hear. Where and how we hear it can have just as much impact’

Composer Fergal Dowling talks about two new site-specific concerts programmed in the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival.

Returned to Ireland? Some emigrants feel out of the loop when they come home

It was stated at a conference on return migration this morning that 33,500 young people aged 15-24 have emigrated in the year to April 2014.

Lunchtime Fix: 6 things you need to know

Catch up as you refuel.

Despite calls for it to be saved, the GAA’s birthplace was sold at auction today

Hayes Hotel in Thurles sold for €650,000 this morning.

From Business ETC ‘Double Irish’ tax loophole in the firing line Too Shifty

‘Double Irish’ tax loophole in the firing line

OECD wants to cut down on corporate tax shifting. We look at what all the fuss is about.

From The Score Horse racing trainer Oliver Brady has died at the age of 75 RIP

Horse racing trainer Oliver Brady has died at the age of 75

The popular Monaghan man had been battling cancer in recent years.

From Business ETC Google wants to test drones that could bring internet access to remote areas Special Delivery

Google wants to test drones that could bring internet access to remote areas

The company is looking for permission to test out drones in New Mexico for 180 days as it tries to bring internet access to the world.

NCT ordered to release test results to mother of woman killed in crash

26-year-old Amanda O’Flaherty’s car was found to be defective in an inquest but the NCT had refused to release results of a test it had done a month before she bought it.

From Business ETC Do you know what apps have access to your Facebook info? You might want to check Cleanup

Do you know what apps have access to your Facebook info? You might want to check

The company has revamped its app settings page, allowing users to see what apps they’re signed in to with Facebook and what info they have access to.

Man in court over half a million euro cocaine haul in Kilkenny

The drugs were found when gardaí searched a van in Jordanstown.

Poll: Do you think we need more women in politics? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think we need more women in politics?

Just 27 of Ireland’s 166 TDs are female but gender quotas will be in place for the next General Election.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Good morning. Here are the nine stories you need to know as you kick off your Tuesday.

New calls for the release of Dublin teenager Ibrahim Halawa in Egypt

The 18-year-old has been held without trial for 13 months.

From The Score Colin Falvey’s football career has brought him from Cobh to India via New Zealand and the US Journeyman

Column: ‘Ireland’s road to recovery depends on whether we’re going to bring everyone with us’

A job is no longer a guarantee of economic security and women are particularly vulnerable to precarious work and low wages.

Woman’s remains to be exhumed after new information on 1994 death

Based on the post mortem results, a new investigation into her death could be launched.

Trinity College down ten points in world university rankings

Ireland’s top ranked institution is now 71st in the world, while two universities in the UK have moved up in the top ten.

McCabe had ‘constructive’ penalty points meeting but still feels ‘not accepted’ in force

McCabe will spend the rest of the week in Dublin outlining the new allegations that gardaí have been cancelling penalty points since new regulations came in.

Irish - Monday 15 September, 2014

Here’s What Happened Today: Monday

Everybody’s talking about housing people in prefabs, Judge Barry White, seagulls and Islamic State.

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