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Irish - Today’s News

Over 8,500 people spent Christmas Day in emergency accommodation

Homeless charities have warned that a drop in December figures is normal, before they rise again in January.

Three arrested after tools stolen from building site

The burglary occurred in Newtownmountkennedy, Wicklow.

H&M tone-deaf ad just another in long line with Pepsi, Dove, Nivea and Kellogg's messing up recently

If the same ad appeared 13 years ago, it wouldn’t have generated a third of the reaction nor publicity, writes Amy Rose Harte.

Seven asylum seekers and refugees will receive scholarships to study at UCC

The college joins DCU and UL as a University of Sanctuary.

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Bikram yoga is 'no more effective than yoga practiced at room temperature'

This type of yoga is carried out in a room heated to 35–42 degrees Celsius.

Former Gate director Michael Colgan to sue Village magazine

The magazine carried an editorial which was sharply critical of Colgan in mid-November.

Most Irish university graduates are employed in Dublin and Cork

The proportion of graduates finding work in Ireland is back at pre-recession levels.

The government vowed to stop it, but 10,000 elderly people had to wait in A&E for more than a day

The HSE’s Service Plan for 2017 set a target that anyone aged 75 years and over entering an ED would be discharged or admitted within 24 hours.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

Canadian woman pleads guilty to killing friend after being incriminated by her own selfie

Cheyenne Antoine strangled friend Brittney Gargol to death just hours after posting a photo of the pair to Facebook.

Yellow warning in place as snow set to return

Temperatures will dip to below freezing.

From The42 'A shambles - nobody has thought about the players': Irish contingent caught up in US chaos Mayhem

13-year-old boy who sexually assaulted teen in park sentenced to 10 months in detention

The judge said he needs some “normality” in his life.

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Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

The Eighth, the M7 and a wolf had people talking today.

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend? Cinema This post contains a poll

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

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

Ireland's sovereign wealth fund is taking a massive punt on solar farms

An ISIF-backed project will look to build 20 farms along Ireland’s east coast.

From The42 American consortium with a stake in Bournemouth completes takeover of Dundalk American Takeover

American consortium with a stake in Bournemouth completes takeover of Dundalk

The League of Ireland club has confirmed its sale to Peak6.

Even without El Nino last year Earth keeps getting hotter

2017 was either the second or third hottest year ever.

You may have heard of his famous Library - but just who was Chester Beatty?

It’s a well-known stop in the tourist trail – but how much do you know about the man himself?

13 cars involved in multiple collisions in a hailstorm on the M7 in Tipperary

None of the injuries sustained in the collisions are understood to be life-threatening.

Man jailed for seven years after sexually attacking woman he tracked off late night bus

Eduard Boaca targeted two women within six months, one in a McDonald’s toilet cubicle, and demanded oral sex after threatening them with a knife.

VHI is bringing its prices down by an average of 5.5%

The reductions kick in on 1 March.

From The42 Here's what your province needs to happen in the decisive Champions Cup pool matches Runners And Riders

Here's what your province needs to happen in the decisive Champions Cup pool matches

Leinster are already through, and both Munster and Ulster know what they need to do this weekend to qualify for the knock-out stages.

'My career is gone because of that': McCabe's reaction to his credibility being challenged by gardaí

The Disclosures Tribunal heard today about the “enormous stress” on gardaí about whom McCabe gave allegations against.

Roma children living in 'overcrowded houses with rats, damp and sewage'

Over 80% of respondents in new research reported discrimination in the street or in a public place.

Dublin's Tivoli Theatre will be knocked for a hotel - once the developer preserves its graffiti

The venue’s street art was described as ‘emblematic of 21st century European urban youth culture’.

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Column: 'The rawness is felt collectively in Kerry, by a people, by a place'

The emotions and memories stirred by the words “The Kerry Babies” is something that cannot be understood in any other county, in any other place.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

'We should remove the Eighth Amendment' - Micheál Martin has changed his mind Change Of Heart This post contains videos

'We should remove the Eighth Amendment' - Micheál Martin has changed his mind

Micheál Martin became the first of the two largest parties’ leaders to endorse the removal of the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution.

Ward of court system is 'inadequate, archaic and has no place in the 21st Century'

A new report published today says there is “confusion and lack of understanding” around the whole system.

Drunk driver who killed elderly man gets community service after widow pleads for him to avoid jail

The ex-wife of Liam McDonnell said jailing the man would not bring Liam back.

From The42 Ireland name trimmed down squad for Six Nations warm up with Wales Rest

Ireland name trimmed down squad for Six Nations warm up with Wales

New head coach Adam Griggs has given 13 players a weekend off.

'We don’t have a lot of time': Last-ditch Stormont talks start next week

It’s been one year since the power-sharing administration collapsed in Northern Ireland.

Brewing up a storm? War of words between UK and Irish forecasters over naming of 'Fionn'

A storm? Channel 4′s weatherman reckoned it was tantamount to “naming raindrops”.

Shane Ross accidentally voted against his own drink-driving bill in the Dáil today

TDs voted in favour of the Road Traffic Amendment Bill 2017 at its second stage in the Dáil.

As it happened: TDs share their views on Ireland's abortion laws

The debate on the Eighth Amendment commmitte’s report continues.

'Take a look in the mirror': Why didn't the Central Bank act earlier on the tracker mortgage scandal?

The Central Bank’s governor Philip Lane confirmed 13,000 impacted customers are still waiting to get their money back.

No charges to be brought in relation to boy (17) who killed himself after alleged cyberbullying

The mother of the teenager says laws need to change to protect children from online predators.

Poll: Do you manage to sleep through most nights? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you manage to sleep through most nights?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

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