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Irish - Today’s News

The Cork man running the world’s toughest race this evening

Padraig Mullins is getting set for the Badwater 135.

From Business ETC ‘We are truly sorry’: PTSB says 22 people lost homes because of its mistakes In Arrears

‘We are truly sorry’: PTSB says 22 people lost homes because of its mistakes

The admission comes as the company turned its first profit on its core business in eight years.

St James’s Hospital to start testing all Emergency Department patients for HIV

It is hoped that as well as detecting new cases, people bring previously diagnosed patients back into care.

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Post mortems due on Louth couple in suspected murder suicide

The body of Marie Quigley was found an hour and a half after her husband died in a car crash on the M1.

From Business ETC ‘Have we learned absolutely nothing?’: Apartments in Dublin may soon be even smaller Shoe Box

‘Have we learned absolutely nothing?’: Apartments in Dublin may soon be even smaller

Council planning proposals would see the minimum size reduced by almost 20%.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Everything you need to know as you get stuck into your day.

This country is worried its water will become a commodity but it has bigger problems Column This post contains images

This country is worried its water will become a commodity but it has bigger problems

The Central American country of El Salvador is experiencing tidal changes, freak weather and economic disruption because of climate change, forcing activists and social movements to respond, writes Paul Dillon.

From The42 ‘Obviously I want to get back and have another crack off it’ – Keane on club management Unfinished Business

‘Obviously I want to get back and have another crack off it’ – Keane on club management

However, Ireland’s assistant manager is still ‘enjoying the role’ for now.

Can Irish Water be kept off the government’s balance sheet?

Or will it be left with “egg on its face”?

An estate in Limerick was covered with dust over the weekend

Irish Cement says the dust is harmless.

From Business ETC These guys are crowdfunding the answer to the male contraceptive pill Man Pills

These guys are crowdfunding the answer to the male contraceptive pill

Does this mean we’ve reached peak crowdfunding?

Irish whiskey will always have to be made in Ireland

In the last decade, Irish whiskey exports grew by almost 200%.

Controversial app Uber to create 150 jobs in Limerick

Taxi drivers have protested the app in other countries.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

Here’s What Happened: Monday

Two deaths in Louth, dangers to cyclists and house prices had people talking today.

‘Fancy a ride?’: People tell us why and how they use Tinder

Our readers talk hooking up, finding love and REALLY bad dates.

The Diaries: The married man in his 30s trying for a child

“Came home from work around 10.30pm…

Open thread: Go on, tell us about your first time…

All the cool kids are doing it.

Woman found dead in Louth house as gardaí probe link with fatal motorway crash

The body has been discovered at a house in Hackballscross, Co Louth.

Gardaí investigating cyclist pushed off bike from moving car ask people to stop sharing the video

The original video swiftly went viral online where it was viewed more than 700,000 times before being removed.

From Business ETC Poll: Are you saving for your pension? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you saving for your pension?

A majority of people don’t understand their pension, according to new research.

From The42 We’ll Leave It There So: Keano’s caution, Irish cyclist’s doping ban and all today’s sport Monday

We’ll Leave It There So: Keano’s caution, Irish cyclist’s doping ban and all today’s sport

Here’s the best of what Monday had for all you sports fans out there.

From The42 It was a family affair as the fun began at the Galway Races today The West's Awake

It was a family affair as the fun began at the Galway Races today

Modem wins the two-mile Connacht Hotel Qualified Riders’ Handicap

Watch: Video of dog so traumatised by ill treatment she won’t look away from the wall What Cruelty Breeds This post contains videos

Watch: Video of dog so traumatised by ill treatment she won’t look away from the wall

The lurcher, named Angel, is being cared for by dog charity Paws.

Councillor attacked by man who said he “smirked” at him

Noel Rock was attacked in Dublin city.

From The42 Irish cyclist hit with four-year suspension for anti-doping violation Banned

Irish cyclist hit with four-year suspension for anti-doping violation

Ciaran Kelly has tested positive for clenbuterol.

Woman who had hysterectomy felt ‘everything was falling out of her’ when she coughed

A medical council fitness to practise inquiry is hearing about the performance of a Co Carlow surgeon.

More than 340 dogs have been rehomed from an “appalling” puppy farm in Carlow

Three people were arrested after the farm was discovered in April.

Have you seen this 13-year-old? He has been missing since Tuesday

Christopher Kiely has been missing since last Tuesday.

Still questions over death of man a day after he arrived in Ibiza

The family want a second post-mortem to take place.

Man dies after crash between truck and two cars on M1 motorway

It is understood that gardaí are investigating a possible link between the crash and the discovery of a woman’s body in the same county.

From The42 Johnny Doyle: Kildare banish criticism in style, Cork crash out and brilliant Pete McGrath Expert View

Johnny Doyle: Kildare banish criticism in style, Cork crash out and brilliant Pete McGrath

The42′s Gaelic football columnist takes a look back over the weekend action.

‘I know it’s not healthy to be fat. You really, really don’t have to tell me that’

Reacting to journalist Lindy West’s article about being a “fat” bride, a contributor who wishes to remain anonymous says it gave her hope that even if she doesn’t lose weight, she has a future.

The 5 at 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Road marking crew paint over dead cat rather than move it

Kerry County Council is investigating the incident.

Teen launched vicious unprovoked attack on dad in front of his family

He has received a two-year suspended sentence.

Nurses are going to work sick because they ‘don’t want to let the team down’

Researchers say cutting sick leave entitlements will not reduce absenteeism in the health sector.

High Court decision clears the UK Times to launch its Irish edition (finally)

Times Newspapers London today won a ruling in the High Court against the Irish Times which says they are entitled to launch an Irish edition of their UK brand.

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