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Irish - Today’s News

Most Irish people watching TV on Friday watched the Late Late London special

Among the big names on the special episode were Graham Norton and Nigel Farage.

Three men and a minor arrested in connection with fatal shooting of Jamie Tighe Ennis

The three men are aged in their 20s, 30s and 50s.

May says EU wants 'a backstop to the backstop': but says the UK won't accept that either

The UK Prime Minister was told by a fellow MP that for the people of Ireland, “Brexit means borders”.

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From The42 More of the same won't suffice: 5 talking points ahead of Ireland-Wales Up For Discussion

More of the same won't suffice: 5 talking points ahead of Ireland-Wales

Opportunity knocks for Martin O’Neill’s side against a severely weakened Wales team tomorrow evening.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Missing 61-year-old man found 'safe and well'

Gardaí thanked the public for its assistance.

Doris has had its day, as new research reveals which baby names are going 'extinct' in Ireland

A study of Irish birth records by Ancestry revealed which names have fallen from usage since 1917.

Taoiseach says Frances Fitzgerald could be considered for Cabinet in the future

Last week’s Disclosures Tribunal report effectively exonerated Fitzgerald.

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Taoiseach says Breen extending national broadband bidder's dinner invitation to Naughten is 'not a resigning matter'

Pat Breen extended a dinner invitation to former Communications Minister Denis Naughten at the request of David McCourt.

Soccer referee sent for trial accused of €1.8 million arson attack on Flyefit gym

The gym was gutted by fire after a car was driven through its front door and set ablaze.

From The42 Martin O'Neill hits back at claims Ireland play 'primitive' football Reaction

Martin O'Neill hits back at claims Ireland play 'primitive' football

The Irish boss also defended his use of James McClean in the wing-back role.

Body of man (20s) discovered at Galway's City Hall

The discovery of the body was made at City Hall on College Road at around 9.30am this morning.

Taoiseach warns Brexit negotiations could stretch into December

The Tániaste said a time limit on the backstop is not a runner.

'A detrimental impact on children': 19 babies born into a homeless charity's services last year

Depaul Ireland launched its 2017 annual report today.

Garda Superintendent David Taylor files retirement request in the wake of Disclosures Tribunal

David Taylor, a central figure in Justice Peter Charleton’s report, had been suspended from duty over the weekend.

Irish food group Greencore sells its US wing for more than $1 billion

The Dublin-based firm recently moved to restructure its US business after a profit warning.

From The42 'I understand that I'm more expendable... you want to be selfless towards the team' Prolific

'I understand that I'm more expendable... you want to be selfless towards the team'

James Lowe says he has to accept the ‘non-European’ rule and work for his Leinster team-mates.

'My mother was tied to the bed and when she couldn't push, one of the nuns sat on her chest'

A new report on mother and baby homes has recommended the State give those affected a statutory right to access files.

Cervical cancer support group set up in wake of controversy

CervicalCheck scandal survivors Vicky Phelan, Lorraine Walsh and Stephen Teap whose wife Irene died from the disease establish a new support group.

Sinn Féin closes WhatsApp group over 'inappropriate and disrespectful' texts about President Higgins

The messages sent during Saturday’s Presidential debate suggested Higgins needed a booster seat.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

Poll: Are you worried about a potential hard border outcome from Brexit? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you worried about a potential hard border outcome from Brexit?

A make-or-break European summit takes place on Wednesday.

Man (30) injured in shooting incident in Dublin

The incident happened at around 10.30pm.

€27.5 million paid to firm closing Dublin's largest direct provision centre

Fazyard Ltd is closing Clondalkin Towers Hotel which houses 248 people including 91 children.

Parking Mad: Filmmaker Paddy Slattery on attempting to access accessible parking

Filmmaker and wheelchair user Paddy Slattery appeals to drivers to think before blocking accessible parking spaces.

Five years after his world 'shattered around him' in the ring, Tennyson fights for the world title in Boston

On 19 October 2013, Ireland’s James Tennyson was stopped by a 2-64-5 Latvian journeyman. On 20 October 2018, he fights for the world title at Boston’s TD Garden.

This 22-year-old woman has been missing from Mayo since last Thursday

Margaret Lawrence is described as being around 5’3″ tall, of thin build, with black shoulder length hair.

ICTU says it has 'no role or function' in workers' calls to be released from ESB union

ICTU now says that only union members can make a complaint. However, it is the fact ESB workers are no longer union members that is in dispute.

Littering in Ireland's 'neglected' urban areas is rising, according to an annual survey

Parts of Galway, Dublin and Cork were more heavily littered than in previous years.

European bank to help fund electricity cable linking Ireland and France in light of Brexit

The €1 billion underwater electricity cable linking Ireland and France is expected be finished by 2025/2026.

New immigration scheme allows 'undocumented' non-EU former students to stay in Ireland

The scheme applies to those here under student visas between January 2005 and December 2010.

NCT contract worth €650 million up for grabs for ten years to 2030

Applus, the company which currently operates the test, made €6.5 million in profit last year, down 20% from 2016.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

From The42 'Boredom leads to a lot of things and we ended up going to the pub and wasting ourselves' LOI Legends

'Boredom leads to a lot of things and we ended up going to the pub and wasting ourselves'

Remembered best for scoring two goals in the Old Firm derby, ex-Celtic midfielder Paul Byrne has more than his fair share of regrets.

Quiz: How well do you know these landmark Irish buildings?

Test your knowledge of Ireland’s most famous buildings.

'He chose to die at home. The hostel was his home': Lynn Ruane on hidden health problems in homelessness

The health rights of people in emergency accommodation are not a subject that comes up often enough, writes Lynn Ruane.

Here’s What Happened Today: Sunday

David Taylor suspended, Brexit talks break down and Oscar Romero becomes a saint.

From The42 'I have obviously got a lot of faith in him as a player' - O'Neill on Ireland's man of the match Loyalty

'I have obviously got a lot of faith in him as a player' - O'Neill on Ireland's man of the match

The Ireland boss reserved high praise for makeshift midfielder Cyrus Christie last night.

FactCheck: Is Varadkar right to say immigrants are more likely to be working than Irish people?

The Taoiseach made the claim in the Dáil recently. But is it actually the case?

Last-ditch Brexit talks break down in Brussels as all eyes turn to crunch summit Crunch Time This post contains videos

Last-ditch Brexit talks break down in Brussels as all eyes turn to crunch summit

The prospect of a no-deal Brexit is increasing as agreement remains elusive.

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