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Are victims of clerical sex abuse being forgotten?

During my audience with Pope Francis, I asked for support in providing services to survivors of clerical child sexual abuse and their families. I reissue that request to His Holiness one year on.

Here’s What Happened Today: Tuesday

Nama allegations, a protest that didn’t happen and Ryanair to Israel had people talking today.

There is a “terrible whiff” about Mick Wallace’s Nama allegations

Both Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin have called for a commission of investigation to be established.

Wii Fit Plus doesn’t help vertigo sufferers, but it’s still a lot of fun

71 patients with balance issues related to illness found no further improvement by the use of virtual reality.

Bikers take to the road in tribute to motorcycle doctor John Hinds

Mourners gathered in Co Louth this afternoon to accompany Dr John Hinds on his journey back to Northern Ireland.

From The42 Damien Duff nowhere to be seen as Shamrock Rovers march on in Europe Home Comforts

Damien Duff nowhere to be seen as Shamrock Rovers march on in Europe

Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy was an interested onlooker in the stands, however.

These two Irish men just made a bit of an impression on millions of American baseball fans

“Myself and Shane are buying everybody here a good frosty f**kin pint of Guinness.”

Married couple in suspected ‘murder suicide’ leaving behind children

The bodies of Tracey and Kevin Baker were formally identified earlier today.

Crate of petrol bombs seized from group of more than 20 youths

“What might seem like fooling about can often result in a criminal record.”

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Sinn Féin councillor complains to party over Facebook ‘bullying’

Jonathan Graham has made a formal complaint in the last fortnight, it is understood.

Poll: Would you listen to a Pat Rabbitte-hosted radio show? Your Say This post contains a poll
From The42 We’ll Leave It There So: Munster final replay, racism and all today’s sport Tuesday

We’ll Leave It There So: Munster final replay, racism and all today’s sport

Here’s what you might have missed during the sporting day.

An arrest has been made following a fatal hit and run

A 62-year-old cyclist was killed in the incident which happened on Tuesday, 30 June.

Lots of gardaí turned up for a protest that never happened outside Leinster House today

Last week’s clashes between protesters and gardaí meant they weren’t taking any chances this week.

Delays on DART line as lorry crashes into level crossing

Repair work has been taking place on the track this evening.

Fine Gael TD says family subject to ‘vile comments’ after Dáil speech Drink And Wine This post contains videos

Fine Gael TD says family subject to ‘vile comments’ after Dáil speech

Catherine Byrne questioned people “stacking up their trolleys with drink and wine” when they refuse to pay their water charges.

610 new Special Needs Assistants are on their way to Irish schools

The dedicated assistants will be employed from September 2015 onwards.

‘I’ve seen people being sliced, being kicked around in prison – it’s all because of drugs’

A former inmate described the devastating impact the availability of drugs has on the lives of those both inside and outside our prisons.

‘I want to learn how to swim like a fish’: Gaza children take photos of their life inside the city

Children from refugee camps were given cameras to document their day.

From The42 Niall Quinn has an idea to fix Irish football and it involves selling TV rights to Africa Vision

Niall Quinn has an idea to fix Irish football and it involves selling TV rights to Africa

The Sky Sports pundit says the League of Ireland needs to be re-energised.

Australian minister says same-sex marriage could be bad for beef exports

“I don’t think if you go and pass a piece of legislation and say a diamond is a square makes diamonds squares – they’re two different things.”

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Children are being put at risk because government is dragging its heels

We are failing to learn lessons from the past on child protection. It is a shameful mark of disrespect to the many children who have suffered abuse and neglect in Ireland.

There’s now an unofficial Clerys pop-up shop on Parnell Street

The liquidation store was opened last week by a former Clerys concession holder.

The Ryanair family is going to Israel

The low-fares carrier has announced new routes into and from Europe from the south of Israel.

Gerry Adams hits out at idiots and imbeciles

The Sinn Féin president was reacting to a bomb threat targeting his home yesterday.

From The42 The Pope got another GAA present, this time a club jersey Divine Intervention

The Pope got another GAA present, this time a club jersey

Fr. Michael Toner met the Holy Father on a recent trip to the Vatican and presented him with a club jersey.

From Business ETC How one company put €10 million in funding on the table for Irish business Follow The Money

How one company put €10 million in funding on the table for Irish business

Linked Finance was Ireland’s first peer-to-peer lending site.

Gardaí are trying to find owners for 10 boats and a caravan Lost And Found This post contains images

Gardaí are trying to find owners for 10 boats and a caravan

Gardaí have seized a lot of equipment.

Fianna Fáil: Brian Cowen did the right thing, we could have ended up like Greece

Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…

Today’s top stories in 6 seconds

All the day’s news so far? You’ll find it here.

The 9 most STIMULATING lines from George Hook’s erotic fiction

“And then, the objects of his imagination fell loose.”

A woman who had a one night stand in Coppers in 2003 is looking for the father of her child

Were you in Coppers on August 2, 2003? You might be able to help.

Was your local takeaway closed over food safety breaches last month?

Closure orders were issued to seven businesses deemed to have breached food safety legislation.

From Business ETC A Dublin travel tech firm has been bought out by a billion-dollar giant Taking Off

A Dublin travel tech firm has been bought out by a billion-dollar giant

After 10 years, the founders of Mobile Travel Technologies will share in a big payday.

Woman who challenged referendum landed with huge bill for court costs

The overall costs of the appeal is believed to be over €1 million.

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