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Irish - Today’s News

From The42 The return of the LOI is like going back to school - it opens up a world of possibilities Column

The return of the LOI is like going back to school - it opens up a world of possibilities

‘Today, I’ll be sprinting back to the sport I love,’ writes our League of Ireland columnist John O’Sullivan.

Tours must book visits to English Market or 'traders could be in jeopardy'

The English Market, a fresh food venue and meeting place, is over 200 years old.

Kinahan cartel member's girlfriend arrested after gardaí seize loaded revolver in Dublin

A woman in her late 30s is currently being questioned.

Power restored to 50,000 homes as ESB continue to repair Storm Doris damage

3,000 homes are still without power as Met Éireann has warned that the weather will remain very changeable into next week.

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Calls for inquiry after 'near identical fires' at Mountjoy Square 10 years apart

Dublin Fire Brigade attended a fire in the area on Tuesday morning.

Over 1 in 10 people in south Dublin reported taking an illegal drug recently

The current levels of illegal drug use in 2014/15 rose since the study was last carried out in 2010/11.

Food processor Dawn Farms will pump €25m into its 'meat innovation' hub in Naas

The innovation centre designs products for restaurant chains and food manufacturers.

From The42 LIVE: Limerick IT v Mary Immaculate & UCC v IT Carlow, Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals Final Four

LIVE: Limerick IT v Mary Immaculate & UCC v IT Carlow, Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals

The last four clashes take place in Galway today.

Archbishop Martin says Connell 'was the one who finally began to realise the extent of the abuse'

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin referenced the Cardinal’s response to abuse allegations at his funeral today.

Investigation launched after teenager 'exposes himself to hotel kids' club'

The incident happened at around 9pm last night.

Kym Owens recovering at home after being released from hospital

The 18-year-old had been in an induced coma after suffering serious injuries.

For the first time, a Maeve Binchy novel will be performed on the stage

Minding Frankie is coming to the Gaiety Theatre this June for two weeks only.

A woman and child were rescued after a fire broke out at a Dublin flat

The fire took place at a building on Dublin’s North Circular Road.

Poll: Should people be fined for putting the wrong rubbish in their green bin? Poll This post contains a poll

Poll: Should people be fined for putting the wrong rubbish in their green bin?

A third of all recycling waste is contaminated nationwide – that figure jumps to 40% in Dublin.

Strikes at six Tesco stores delayed over union notice

The union said it was erring on the side of caution.

The 9 at 9: Friday

We’ve made it to the weekend. Here’s the news from this morning.

From The42 'I try not to get distracted by people who throw out opinions and not back it up' On The Attack

'I try not to get distracted by people who throw out opinions and not back it up'

Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt has defended the nature of his team’s attacking tactics.

Pope Francis says it's better to be an atheist than a 'hypocritical Catholic'

The pontiff said it is not good enough to merely go to Mass.

'No woman should have to cover her head for fear of offending religious values'

Women have the right to dress exactly as they want. The right to cover is just as important as the right to uncover, writes Lorraine Courtney.

Bus driver awarded €12,500 damages over 'very offending' graffiti on toilet door

The driver said he had been defamed by the graffiti.

'Drive-thru' ashes coming to Galway for the start of Lent

People will be able to drive in one church gate, get their ashes, and exit out another gate at Glenamady Church.

'It's a vote of confidence': A major Wicklow film studio plans to grow five times in size

Work at Ashford Studios, which has hosted shows like Vikings, could create hundreds of jobs.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

12,000 homes in Dublin will soon be monitored for what they're putting in their green bins

And if you’re contaminating the recycling – a fine could be coming down the line.

Gardaí seize €130,000 worth of cocaine in Dublin and Waterford in organised crime crackdown

A man in his 30s was arrested after drugs were seized from a home in Tramore.

Check out Ed O'Neill from Modern Family's Jackie Healy-Rae impression

O’Neill spent some time in the Kingdom in the past.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Storm Doris causes damage, Trump ends transgender bathroom protection and Enda Kenny firm on Brexit deal for North – It’s the Fix.

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Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend? Cinema This post contains a poll

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend?

What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.

Poll: Should pubs be allowed open on Good Friday? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should pubs be allowed open on Good Friday?

A senator has tabled a bill to end the practice of having to close pubs on that day.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: Sexton set to pack his bag for Saturday, Rooney's staying put and today's sport Thursday

We'll Leave It There So: Sexton set to pack his bag for Saturday, Rooney's staying put and today's sport

Plus, that all-important fixture list for a busy Friday of sport.

Looking for a job? The Defence Forces are recruiting 860 personnel

Defence Minister Paul Kehoe today announced a major recruitment drive for defence Forces for 2017.

Pics: Storm Doris has wreaked just a little bit of havoc in Ireland today

Uprooted trees and wayward trampolines were spotted.

Family statement says Ibrahim Halawa moved to prison hospital

His family say his heart problem has deteriorated.

On Brussels trip, Kenny says Brexit deal should include provision for united Ireland

Kenny said he also believed the triggering of Article 50 would be delayed a little.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

From The42 Quiz: How well do you remember Ireland's Croke Park win over England 10 years ago? Throwback Thursday

Quiz: How well do you remember Ireland's Croke Park win over England 10 years ago?

Cast your mind back to that historic day in 2007, the day Ireland hosted England at Croke Park.

Asked about controversies, Commissioner says there are 'inaccuracies we cannot correct at the moment'

Nóirín O’Sullivan said she was concerned about the impact of recent issues on public confidence in policing.

Fermoy service station killing: Two men released without charge

Four men were believed to have been involved in an altercation, which left one dead, on Tuesday night.

Four identical calves have been born in Co Clare. The farmer couldn't be happier

The odds of four identical calves born are estimated at around a billion to one.

'We've outgrown this dated practice': Bill tabled to open pubs on Good Friday

Irish pubs are an “intrinsic part” of our tourism offering and we should end this practice, said Senator Billy Lawless.

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