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Dublin: 8 °C Wednesday 25 November, 2015

Irish - Yesterday’s News

Here’s What Happened Today: Tuesday

Nurses, Paris and Sean Conlon had people talking today.

Man found dead after Dublin house fire

Another man was treated at the scene.

Intel worker who paid friend to phone in bomb threat may be given community service

The plan was described as “profoundly stupid”.

Controversial Fine Gael TD Sean Conlan resigns from party

The Cavan-Monaghan deputy confirmed his departure today.

This tech journalist started an internet firestorm because she wants to be sterilised at 29

Holly Brockwell says she doesn’t want to have children and has problems with other forms of contraception.

Mayo man David Duffy has been missing since Sunday – have you seen him?

He is currently travelling in a brown Opel Insignia with the registration 141-D-9910.

Bye bye Scotland, could the UK’s nuclear arsenal be stored at Irish loughs?

If Scotland turfs them out, that’s exactly what the DUP wants.

From The42 We’ll Leave It There So: Munster’s long injury list, Lowry makes the cut and today’s sport Tuesday

Nobody hurt as car goes through Dublin shop window

Dublin Fire Brigade said “Seat belts prevent injuries”.


From Business ETC Here are 10 things anyone can do to build a business

Here are 10 things anyone can do to build a business

Going For Growth’s Paula Fitzsimons shares some of her insights.

Murderer, Irish-American gangster, FBI informer: The Whitey Bulger story

The author of Black Mass and Bulger’s biography Dick Lehr speaks to us about the criminal’s life.

Rescued: The banking inquiry will now write a much shorter report

Sinn Féin’s Pearse Doherty said the committee was attempting a “rescue operation”.

Woman with special needs tells rape trial that man took her to house for sex

She had become separated from her mother while out walking in Dublin.

Your property tax is being frozen until 2019

The government hopes to pass new legislation by Christmas.

From Business ETC Safe and flashy: Here’s what the new €20 note will look like Top Score

Good news: France gives green light for Euro 2016 fan zones

The Uefa fan zones were under threat after the recent terrorist attacks.

“The most patient group of public servants ever known to mankind”

Strike action is set to take place on 15 December.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Irish Water looking at metering apartments from next year

Any changes would take place at the end of next year after the first phase of metering has finished.

From The42 Boost for United as attacking duo fit for PSV Dynamic Duo

Boost for United as attacking duo fit for PSV

Rooney and Martial available for tomorrow night’s Champions League fixture, although van Gaal insists they are not guaranteed their spots.

Maynooth student has PhD revoked for making up data

UCD have said that they are investigating the student’s later work following the revelation

From The42 ‘Life needed to be breathed into that Clare squad’ – Griffin backs Donal Óg appointment Soar

‘Life needed to be breathed into that Clare squad’ – Griffin backs Donal Óg appointment

Tony Griffin is preparing to don the gloves for a white collar boxing event in Dublin on Friday evening.

Irish Rail are making some big changes to the Dart and want to hear from you

A public consultation is taking place on running six Darts an hour.

Dunnes worker awarded €15k after slipping on wet floor while carrying box of doughnuts

Alison Leavey’s wrist was injured after it was caught in a door.

From Business ETC Americans are queuing up to slam Pfizer’s tax-inspired move to Ireland A Bitter Pill

Americans are queuing up to slam Pfizer’s tax-inspired move to Ireland

But Simon Coveney insists the Republic is nobody’s tax haven.

Further €9 million awarded to girl who suffered brain injury at birth

Roisin Conroy has cerebral palsy as a result of her birth at the hospital in Portlaoise in 2001.

Bomb parts found hidden in socks in dissident raid

The items were found in the roof space of a house.

Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way has never looked more beautiful than in these photos

These stunning images show off how gorgeous our country really is.

From The42 Aldo claims McGregor isn’t being drug-tested but the records show he’s wrong Keeping It Clean

Customers warned over fire-risk tumble dryers

The affected brands are all marketed in Ireland.

Eagles are ‘facing starvation’ on the hills of Donegal

Calls have been made to save Ireland’s endangered population of golden eagles.

Pupil at centre of row doesn’t have to take religion class – but must stay in room

The issue made national headlines yesterday. The school’s board of management met last night.

Poll: Is mainstream porn degrading to women? Poll This post contains a poll

An anonymous phone bidder bought Judy Garland’s Wizard of Oz dress for almost €1.5 million

The dress was the highlight of a sale of nearly 400 pieces of Hollywood memorabilia sold yesterday.

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