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Dublin: 6 °C Tuesday 12 December, 2017

Irish - Today’s News

Location services: Facebook to move global advertising sales out of Dublin HQ

Advertising sales will now be recorded in the local market in which they are made

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock

From The42 Philly McMahon's 'The Choice' named the 2017 winner for the eir Sports Book of the Year award The Top Choice

Report sets out five options of what could happen at Tuam

The report said it would be particularly difficult to identify “commingled remains” and the remains of children under two.

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Change of plans: Barrister to head up review into Justice Department's email trawl

Concerns had been raised with the Taoiseach about the secretary-general of his own department carrying out the review.

Australian police issue appeal for missing Irish tourist Craig Lambe

Craig Lambe (25) was last seen leaving a home in Kingsford in New South Wales yesterday.

Heroin dealer Brian Rattigan wins Supreme Court appeal over the murder of Declan Gavin

The death was the first of the Crumlin/Drimnagh feud.

Ryanair pilots serve notice of strike five days before Christmas

The Irish-based pilots, mostly captains, backed industrial action by a margin of 94% to 6% in secret ballots conducted over the last week.

'Out of control': National day of protest against housing and homelessness crisis to be held in April

Stakeholders have urged everyone to get involved in the demonstration next year.

Poll: Have you opened a present you had bought for someone else for Christmas? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Dublin councillor's car and Christmas-themed window smashed in overnight attack

The upsetting attack comes a week after a video of a man shouting homophobic abuse outside Francis Timmons’s home was posted online.

From The42 'Repetitive' and 'misinformed' - Dublin GAA chief hits out at criticism of All-Ireland winners Case For Defence

'Repetitive' and 'misinformed' - Dublin GAA chief hits out at criticism of All-Ireland winners

John Costello has pulled no punches in his annual report.

Calls for calm after baby boy, teen and young woman shot with pellets

The incident occurred in Mulhuddart yesterday.

'It doesn't fly': Macron rejects Trump offer to renegotiate Paris climate agreement

World leaders are meeting in Paris today – two years to the day since the deal was agreed.

PHOTOS: There was a gorgeous sunrise this morning

A lovely start to the day.

Defence Forces officer launches court challenge over report into corruption allegations

A report into the allegations made by Lieutenant Colonel Jerry Lane has not been published.

Poll: If PE had been a Leaving Cert subject when you were at school, would you have taken it? Rack Up The Points This post contains a poll

Poll: If PE had been a Leaving Cert subject when you were at school, would you have taken it?

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said the benefits would be “far-reaching”.

Three people injured in crash between bus and farm vehicle in Rathcoole

The incident happened on the Johnstown Road in Rathcoole.

From The42 Motion calling for the GAA not to enter new pay-per-view TV deal will be put to 2018 Congress Unanimously Passed

Motion calling for the GAA not to enter new pay-per-view TV deal will be put to 2018 Congress

Roscommon delegates unanimously passed the motion last night.

Man charged in Paris over jihadist murder of French police couple

Mohamed Lamine Aberouz has been linked to the Islamic State extremist who claimed the June 2016 attack.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

In Westmeath, nearly 9 in 10 drink driving cases led to a conviction. In Waterford, it's just over 3 in 10

A report by RTÉ Investigates has shown that your location can dictate your chance of being prosecuted for a driving offence.

Police appeal for information on Lu Na McKinney following death on Devenish Island

Lu Na McKinney died at Devenish Island on Thursday 13 April this year.

'Snobbery and hypocrisy when some people in the 26 counties talk about 'The North''

It’s all well and good commenting from the sidelines when people in the Republic have had the liberty to move on, writes James Cumiskey.

Snow and ice warning on the roads with temperatures as low as -4 this morning

There are areas all over the country where conditions are treacherous this morning.

Couple battling to keep home discovered they're victims of tracker mortgage scandal 'by accident'

The family were forced to go to the St Vincent de Paul to put food on the table for their children after paying €1,080 a month in mortgage repayments.

'3,000 children upset and worried Santa won't visit because they don't know where they'll be living'

Music, poetry and personal testimonies will be heard outside the Dáil today for a family friendly homelessness protest.

Almost half of older people depressed in months before death, according to study

The end of life study also found that nearly half (46%) of participants died in a hospital.

Two people died every day in 2015 over drug use with alcohol the number one drug

Almost 20,000 potential life years were lost in 2015 alone.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

70% of Irish people would not support a state visit by Donald Trump

Trump has been a divisive figure in politics across the world since he took over as US president in January of this year.

PE is set to become a Leaving Cert subject from next year

Education Minister Richard Bruton made the announcement today as part of an overall emphasis the government is putting on encouraging healthy lifestyles.

New York subway attack: Suspect came to US in 2011 and was inspired by Islamic State NYC

New York subway attack: Suspect came to US in 2011 and was inspired by Islamic State

The man set off a crude pipe bomb strapped to his body earlier today in a crowded subway corridor near Times Square.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Baby shot in west Dublin, attempted terrorist attack in New York and Luas teething problems.

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From The42 Dan Leavy and Stuart Lancaster made the draws for the 2018 Leinster Schools Cup this evening Schools Rugby

Dan Leavy and Stuart Lancaster made the draws for the 2018 Leinster Schools Cup this evening

The first round draws for the Vinnie Murray, Father Godrey and Junior Cups were also conducted.

German phone operator fined €66,000 for ripping off hundreds of elderly Irish customers

Yourtel pleaded guilty to 88 counts under the Communications Act for charging 560 customers for a service that was requested but not supplied.

Pregnant woman 'truly believed' she would die after being beaten unconscious by husband

Muhammed Tajik was sentenced to three years in jail.

Drink-drivers caught five times over the limit as Christmas campaign kicks in

A number of arrests for drug-driving have also been made.

Man brings High Court challenge against Irish State over border poll

Raymond McCord is seeking clarity over the State policy on the holding of a border poll.

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Sister of assault victim who died still sets his dinner place at Christmas, court hears

Paul Gill had pleaded not guilty to unlawfully killing Patrick Kelly.

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