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Irish - Today’s News

Stella Cinema set to reopen its doors after 12 years

The revamped cinema is set to reopen by the summer.

Man to appear in court this morning charged with Gareth Hutch murder

The man in his late 20s was due to appear in court at 10.30am this morning.

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.

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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.

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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 - Yesterday’s News

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

A woman sustained non-life threatening injuries.

Poll: Should the Irish government invite Theresa May to address the Dáil? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the Irish government invite Theresa May to address the Dáil?

Prime Minister May is due to visit Ireland before the end of the month.

From The42 Kevin McManamon: I wouldn’t be playing for Dublin if I didn’t use sports psychology Mind Games

Kevin McManamon: I wouldn’t be playing for Dublin if I didn’t use sports psychology

McManamon labelled the criticism of sports psychology as “absolute nonsense.”

Gardaí appeal for help finding Dublin man missing since before Christmas

Stephen Lawlor was last seen on 23 December.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Brexit, Ibrahim Halawa and Davos had people talking.

VIDEO: 'I'll never catcall, I'll treat and respect and help create an Ireland that will stand in awe of all mná'

Heartbreak is a powerful, new Irish short from writer Emmet Kirwan and director Dave Tynan.

Opinion: Theresa May seems to be saying 'Give me the deal I want or the 64 million Brits get it'

The ultimate shape of Brexit will only emerge in 2018 and beyond, despite Theresa May’s current posturing, writes Dr Declan Jordan.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: Earley rising, Triggs cited and all today's sport Tuesday This post contains videos

We'll Leave It There So: Earley rising, Triggs cited and all today's sport

OCI nominees, Peter O’Mahony and Diego Costa also made the news today.

Two children in critical condition after Antrim road accident

The boy and girl were involved in a road collision this afternoon.

A request has been made for Theresa May to speak in the Dáil

The Irish government is making Downing Street aware of the request.

Egyptian president 'willing' to use pardon powers for Ibrahim Halawa

The Irishman’s trial was delayed for an 18th time today.

Unite hits out at RTÉ coverage, says building was offered for homeless accommodation

Focus Ireland rejected the building as it was unsuitable and because “the offer was for three years or less”.

8 things we learned from Theresa May’s Brexit speech

And what it means for Ireland.

Irishman in "serious" condition following bicycle accident in Tenerife

The 58-year-old was airlifted to hospital following yesterday’s incident.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

'Michael was no angel': Father of gangland feud victim says family is living in fear

It was reported in recent days that Barr was one of the men involved in the murder of Kinahan associate David Byrne.

Gardaí arrest man in relation to 2013 attempted gym murder by balaclava-clad gunman

The 33-year-old man is currently being questioned by gardaí.

These are the 3 people who want to be the next OCI President

The Olympic Council of Ireland’s EGM takes place next month.

As it happened: Talk of 'hard Brexit' dominates Leaders' Questions

Enda Kenny has fielded questions from opposition parties on Brexit, public sector pay and northern elections.

Meet the Irish delegates rubbing shoulders with the global elite at Davos

Denis O’Brien appears to be skipping the latest installment.

It looks like intelligence becomes much less important in a partner the older we get

The older we get, the less stock we put in our partner’s intelligence a new study has found.

Man and woman arrested following death of newborn baby in England

The body was discovered at an address yesterday.

Minister says €400 rise for public servants costing €120 million won't impact public services

The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform says will be found through “efficiencies and savings”.

Former garda forced to retire because of psychological injuries awarded €162,000

John Sutherland was involved in a head-on collision when chasing two youths who had robbed firearms from a house in Co Waterford.

From The42 Wales fans 'outraged' by ticket allocation for World Cup qualifier in Dublin Golden Tickets

Wales fans 'outraged' by ticket allocation for World Cup qualifier in Dublin

The Football Association of Wales have been allocated 6.4% of tickets for the game against Ireland in March.

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