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Irish - Today’s News

'Indefensible, immoral, shocking': Coveney on the separation of children at US borders

Official data shows more than 2,000 children have been separated from their parents or guardians since early May.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s everything you need to know as the day gets started.

Poll: Should there be a ban on selling alcohol in airports before 10am? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should there be a ban on selling alcohol in airports before 10am?

Ryanair has called for the ban following an incident on one of its flights over the weekend.

LISTEN: Children at US detention centre cry out for parents, plead with immigration agents

The audio features the voice of a six-year-old girl who repeatedly asks officials to call her aunt so she can leave.

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'She was living in a derelict building dripping with damp under a tin roof. The year was 1998'

During the making of No Country for Women, we journeyed with women today to learn more about their mothers’ and grandmothers’ lives, writes Anne Roper.

Senator who retweeted post calling IRA victim 'sadist' returns to SF after three-month ban

Senator Máire Devine issued an apology to the family of Brian Stack in the Seanad following the incident.

'Crayfish plague' may be to blame as large numbers of the crustacean die in Westmeath

Over the past number of years, many Irish crayfish has been impacted by the crayfish plague.

From The42 'There’s a decent chance that he'll stay' - IRFU hope Schmidt will re-sign The Boss

'There’s a decent chance that he'll stay' - IRFU hope Schmidt will re-sign

The Ireland head coach’s current contract expires after the 2019 World Cup.

So, what happens when you're blamed for forcing a passenger plane to land?

An Ibiza-bound Ryanair flight from Dublin was forced to divert to Paris on Saturday morning.

Tusla chief's email to staff ahead of McCabe report's release: 'We can weather this storm'

Health watchdog Hiqa is due to publish its report into Tulsa’s handling of information, ordered by Minister Zappone last year.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

From The42 'This team will be forever ingrained in my heart': Derek McGrath steps down as Déise hurling boss Gach Rud Gach La

'This team will be forever ingrained in my heart': Derek McGrath steps down as Déise hurling boss

‘After five thoroughly enjoyable years working with the most committed, dedicated, honest and genuine players to represent our county’.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

US clampdown on migrants, Meath man convicted for raping woman he met on dating app and Ireland second-worst performing EU country for tackling climate change, it’s the Evening Fix.

These schoolkid entrepreneurs have created an internet safety board game (with added robots) Future Leaders This post contains videos

These schoolkid entrepreneurs have created an internet safety board game (with added robots)

Ireland’s budding businesspeople were demonstrating their ideas at the RDS today.

Meath man convicted of raping woman he met on dating app

Gardaí arrested Martin Sherlock following a “sting” operation in which officers arranged to meet him as he was selling a phone through Done Deal.

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Rupert Everett: 'The UK and Ireland are probably the two best places in the world to be gay'

The actor has directed and written a new film about Oscar Wilde.

Man to be sentenced next month for possessing almost 1,000 child abuse images

Some of the children depicted were no older than two-years-old.

MP who blocked upskirting ban targeted by protesters as Britain presses ahead with new law

Christopher Chope blocked the passage of the bill on Friday.

Man (78) who regularly raped his daughter sentenced to four years in prison

Justice Patrick McCarthy said the three core factors were the effect the offences had on the victim, the age of the accused and the state of his health.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

YouTube Music now available in Ireland as Google expands service to 17 countries

It offers both an ad-supported free option or an ad-free subscription service.

Top psychiatrist says he resigned from HSE due to 'mental health inaction'

Hillery said that the current system is nothing short of a “disgrace”.

Woman 'feared she was going to be killed by burglars' as tax inspectors searched TD's house

The woman was in Independent TD Michael Lowry’s home when Revenue officers raided it, a jury has heard.

Passenger removed from Ryanair flight from Dublin says reports of disturbance are 'fake news'

Niall Harrington and his friends were on their way to Ibiza for a stag party.

'An unnecessary distraction': Murphy criticises Sinn Féin over 'potentially reckless behaviour'

Sinn Féin had been floating the possibility of tabling the motion of no confidence in Murphy over the past few weeks.

From The42 Over 99% of TV viewers in Iceland watched their side's first World Cup game Thunderclap

Irish service supported 109 people affected by sex trafficking last year

The nationalities that had the highest access rate to Ruhama’s casework service were Nigerian (63 cases) and Irish (41)

Amazon Web Services set to create 1,000 jobs in Dublin

The roles will be spread across AWS and parent firm Amazon.

Woman airlifted to hospital after fall at Dalkey Quarry

The woman, aged in her 30s, fell in an inaccessible area in the quarry this morning.

From The42 'If we can pull this one off, it will be a little bit special for this group' Sydney Decider

'If we can pull this one off, it will be a little bit special for this group'

Joe Schmidt spoke to legendary Ireland out-half Ollie Campbell about the last series success in 1979.

Shared office giant WeWork will lease all of the Central Bank's old headquarters

The US company has been rapidly expanding its footprint across Dublin in recent months.

Ireland ranked second worst in Europe for tackling climate change

Ireland and Poland rank lowest because of their opposition to climate action nationally and in the EU.

Junior minister says a government involving Sinn Féin would 'risk security of State'

Patrick O’Donovan ruled out the possibility of a coalition between his party and Sinn Féin.

Teenager missing from Dublin found safe and well

The 16-year-old had been missing from the Templeogue area in Dublin.

Poll: Should Ireland have a dedicated transport police? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Ireland have a dedicated transport police?

New figures show a spike in anti-social behaviour on trains.

From The42 Coping with intense Munster schedule - 'You really would need to be professional' John Kiely

Coping with intense Munster schedule - 'You really would need to be professional'

Limerick’s performance level dropped notably yesterday in Ennis.

Man killed and two injured after car hits bridge in Clare

The deceased was a back seat passenger in the car.

Addiction to video games is now a recognised illness

Those who suffer have trouble controlling their behaviours around gaming.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s everything you need to know as the week gets started.

It's going to be a cloudy week with some rain, but the sun could be back for the weekend

Today will will have some short sunny spells in eastern areas, but it will be mostly cloudy.

Opinion: 'Direct provision has been a disaster'

Numerous reports and recommendations have cast a light on the failings, writes Ronan Herlihy.

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