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Irish - Today’s News

Pregnant women can now safely eat raw eggs, according to report

But the FSAI advice remains to cook eggs thoroughly for all “vulnerable groups”.

New welfare scheme offers same-day turnaround for small loans

The loans of up to €2000 can be used for things like Christmas presents, or back-to-school expenses.

Dutch men are the tallest in the world (but the Irish aren't so short themselves)

New research has tracked growth trends across 200 countries for the past 100 years.

The FBI think Russia is behind the hacking of Democrat emails

Clinton’s campaign say Russia wanted to help Trump’s campaign because of their bromance.

Final O'Devaney Gardens flat blocks set to be torn down

New accommodation on the site will contain a mix of social housing and State-owned rental accommodation.

Varadkar: pay deal for local councillors nothing to do with leadership bid

Minister for Social Protection wants to offer either a PRSI cut or a state pension to councillors, as part of a wider reform.

Irish legal firm makes breakthrough in push for VW emissions compensation

The company is currently paying out a €13.9 billion settlement to customers in the United States.

Breakfast DJ Colm Hayes is parting company with RTÉ

The DJ was poached from commercial radio ten years ago, but was moved to weekends last year.

Will Dublin ban election posters? Maybe. Probably not. It's complicated.

Even if councillors really wanted to get rid of the placards, they might not be able to.

Poll: Should Barack Obama be handed the Freedom of Dublin? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Barack Obama be handed the Freedom of Dublin?

Councillors were unable to agree on the proposal by Dublin’s Lord Mayor last night.

From The42 Jockey JT McNamara dies aged 41 RIP

Jockey JT McNamara dies aged 41

The Limerick man was paralysed following a fall at Cheltenham three years ago.

Longford awaits planning decision on massive €223m holiday resort

The €233 million resort is expected to bring over 1,000 jobs to the region. It would create around 750 jobs during the construction phase.

Photos: Raging wildfire engulfs California homes and film set

The Sand Fire has turned out to be one of the worst in this region in decades.

Firefighters battle blaze after car crashes into gate lodge at Dunsink Observatory

Three units of Dublin Fire Brigade responded to the blaze at the grounds of the landmark building.

Boxset bingewatching could leave you with blood clots, says new study

Each two hours of inactivity in front of the TV sharply raises the risk of a fatal pulmonary embolism by 40%

From The42 Dundalk get another crack at BATE in the Champions League tonight Preview

Dundalk get another crack at BATE in the Champions League tonight

Stephen Kenny’s side are in Belarus to take on the club that knocked them out of the competition a year ago.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

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

Brexit to dominate discussions as Enda travels to London to meet with Theresa May for the first time

The meeting will be the first since May became British prime minister.

Vincent Browne: Terrorism works only with the complicity of the media and its sensational reporting

What is happening in Europe and the United States is not existential, writes Vincent Browne for TheJournal.ie.

Community rallies to help Irishman injured in Australia

Liam Boland toppled over and fell six metres to a concrete pathway below, sustaining serious injuries.

Three convicted murderers were out on temporary release last week

In total, 10% of the prison population was out last Wednesday.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

Man (38) dies in single-vehicle collision in Maynooth

A female passenger was taken to Naas General Hospital with minor injuries.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Rapists jailed, arson at a gym and a bomb attack in Germany.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: Changes for GAA, €6.2 million for GPA and all today's sport Monday

We'll Leave It There So: Changes for GAA, €6.2 million for GPA and all today's sport

Plus, a new signing for Munster and news from J-Lo’s birthday bash.

As local authorities look to ban election posters, meet the councillor who's never hung one up in his life

Independent Joe Conway of Waterford City and County Council has called for posters to be banned in all local authorities, to make it less expensive for new entrants to politics.

Six mortgage holders win compensation of up to €25k from PTSB

Permanent TSB admitted last year that it wrongly moved customers on tracker loans to more expensive mortgages.

More than half of Irish houses are bought with cash - and big international funds are cleaning up

Although the amount of houses changing hands has dropped, the number of cash buyers is way up.

Dublin gym offers refunds after arson attack

A car was driven into FLYEfit in Coolock early this morning, and the building set alight.

Man who raped 73-year-old woman twice jailed for 13 years

Afterwards he said “you enjoyed that didn’t you?”

Irish priest takes key investigative role in examining $9 million Argentinian political scandal

A former government minister was caught throwing bags of cash over the wall of a convent.

Man arrested on suspicion of human trafficking after woman reported being raped

The woman went to police in Derry for help last night.

Woman loses €60k damages claim over broken finger and lost nail

The law student was suing a shop in Dublin after her hand got caught in its door.

From The42 Analysis: Galway destroy the Clare sweeper, a stunning Joe show and Waterford worries Expert View

Analysis: Galway destroy the Clare sweeper, a stunning Joe show and Waterford worries

All-Ireland winning captain Tommy Dunne takes a closer look at the factors behind victories for Galway and Waterford in yesterday’s All-Ireland senior hurling quarter-finals.

The 5 at 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

An all-Ireland motorway may be on the way - but it'll cost us €100 each per year

Under the proposed plan 85% of Ireland’s population will live within 10km of the motorway.

From The42 Good news for players as GAA and GPA announce new agreement worth an annual €6.2 million Show Me The Money

Good news for players as GAA and GPA announce new agreement worth an annual €6.2 million

The announcement was made at a press conference today in Croke Park.

Gardaí are looking for witnesses after major blaze hits historic Cork mansion

Cork County Council believe the fire was probably caused by arson.

'Repeal the 8th' mural in Temple Bar removed due to planning rules

The mural has attracted around 50 complaints – but hundreds of people have sent messages supporting the display.

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