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Irish - Yesterday’s News

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Irish - Yesterday’s News

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: Muldoon to stay at Connacht, Xabi Alonso set to retire and all today's sport Wednesday

We'll Leave It There So: Muldoon to stay at Connacht, Xabi Alonso set to retire and all today's sport

Plus, all the fixture details for tomorrow’s Australian Open and GAA action.

Gardaí appeal for help finding missing teenager Courtney Twomey

The 17-year-old was last seen at around 9.45pm last night.

Operation Transformation diary: 'I'm disheartened that I've only lost a pound but I'm going to accept it'

Planning your meals in advance and doing your weekly shop on Sundays are my two secrets to successful weight loss, writes Lucy Dillon.

'They're pretending to be a police service': PSNI strongly condemns recent Belfast shootings

“The only police service in west Belfast is the Police Service of Northern Ireland.”

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Woman in her 70s killed after car goes into a ditch

The driver, also in his 70s, was taken to hospital.

From The42 'All that money was properly accounted for' - Delaney defends FAI dealings with Fifa €5m payment Question Time

'All that money was properly accounted for' - Delaney defends FAI dealings with Fifa €5m payment

The FAI CEO rejected suggestions he is a friend of Sepp Blatter and welcomed a 48-team World Cup.

Court challenge brought against use of Dublin community centre as homeless hostel

Dublin City Council says it is reacting to a “humanitarian crisis”.

Last year was the warmest year ever recorded

The analysis found that atmospheric concentrations of both carbon dioxide and methane reached record levels.

Irish court told Nigerian woman was forced to have sex with up to 10 men a day

The alleged victim was told she might receive €2,000 a day, but would have to pay a €50,000 ‘debt owed’ for bringing her to Ireland.

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The British and German media reacted very differently to May's speech

From ‘The Iron Lady’ to ‘Little Britain’ – vested interests mean the assessment of her speech has been varied to say the least.

Case of BSE found in Irish cow - but 'no public health risks'

The animal’s carcass will be incinerated.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Two men arrested after three violent robberies in Dublin city centre this morning

Two men were arrested as they were attacking a woman.

Funeral of Mayo woman who died in murder-suicide with son (7) told, 'We need to care for each other'

Her son Oisín was laid to rest in Co Wicklow on 23 December.

Man dies after shooting on grounds of Limerick hospital

Foul play is not suspected.

From The42 'We followed every protocol possible' - Murray declares himself fit for Saturday Headstrong

'We followed every protocol possible' - Murray declares himself fit for Saturday

The Munster scrum-half says he’s ready to play against Racing 92 at Thomond Park this weekend.

Man jailed for life for murder of Limerick rugby player loses Supreme Court appeal

Barry Doyle shot and killed Shane Geoghegan in a case of mistaken identity in Limerick in November 2008.

Man receives lifetime ban from keeping animals after pig "eaten alive" by dogs

The animal had to be euthanised immediately after the attack.

The government has just made a rake of promises about special needs education

Teachers union the INTO said that the “jury was out” on the new resource model.

Man (29) charged with murder of Gareth Hutch

The man replied “not guilty” when the charge was put to him by gardaí.

Department of Social Protection overpaid welfare recipients by €420 million over six years

Minister Leo Varadkar said he was looking at strengthening laws relating to welfare fraud.

From The42 Robbie Keane tight-lipped on future but hints at Championship return Movement

Robbie Keane tight-lipped on future but hints at Championship return

Ireland’s record goalscorer also says he’s ‘knocked back’ a couple of job offers already.

Tillage farmers call for 'humanitarian support' after some lose 100% of crop in worst harvest in decades

A protest will be held outside of the Dáil this afternoon.

Lucan murder victim may have been stabbed and run over with car

The murder has been linked to an incident in Clondalkin this morning during which shots were fired at a house.

Stella Cinema set to reopen its doors after 12 years

The revamped cinema is set to reopen by the summer.

Discovery from Irish researchers could pave way for new treatments for oesophageal cancer

This form of cancer is often resistant to treatment, but researchers say they’ve found a new means to fight it.

Man killed in Dublin attack this morning

It happened at around 4am in the Glebe area of Lucan.

Poll: Should Barack Obama pardon Edward Snowden? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Barack Obama pardon Edward Snowden?

After commuting the sentence of Chelsea Manning, should Obama offer a pardon to the whistleblower Edward Snowden?

From The42 Two fancied ex-All Blacks out of the running for Connacht job Hot Seat

Two fancied ex-All Blacks out of the running for Connacht job

Tony Brown has ruled himself out, while Jono Gibbes will be staying in France.

Homecare for the elderly a 'priority' in wake of Brendan Courtney documentary

The Department of Health has made the commitment in the wake of the broadcast of an RTÉ documentary on the subject.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

Warning issued over dangerous new drug in Cork following death of 16-year-old U-4

Warning issued over dangerous new drug in Cork following death of 16-year-old

U-4 is a dangerous synthetic opioid discovered recently for the first time in Ireland.

Father in his 60s out walking with daughter dies after being struck by car in west Dublin

The incident occurred around 9pm on Newcastle Road near Lucan last night.

Julien Mercille: 'From a progressive perspective, Obama's record is less than impressive'

Barack Obama’s contributions to the economy and health care were positive but his list of failures is longer, writes Julien Mercille.

A new Dublin hotel backed by Denis O'Brien will be aimed at tech-savvy travellers

The 202-room Aloft-branded property is planned for the Liberties.

The unsolved murder of Michael Gallagher, stabbed to death in his kitchen, is a decade old

Gardaí have issued a fresh appeal for information.

Nigerian woman allegedly had 'voodoo process' before being trafficked to Ireland for prostitution

Joy Imasogie allegedly told the victim she would be working in a hair salon.

'The UK says it needs 50 new trade agreements straight away... Is that doable?'

Theresa May’s government has 24 months to negotiate them – on top of the day jobs.

Irish - Tuesday 17 January, 2017

Man killed after being struck by SUV while out walking in Dublin

A woman sustained non-life threatening injuries.