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Irish - Today’s News

EU President's letter: Britain must settle 'people, money and Ireland' first

“Before discussing our future, we must first sort out our past,” Tusk wrote, ahead of a summit tomorrow.

Poll: Do you own a reusable coffee/tea mug? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you own a reusable coffee/tea mug?

Your daily bite-sized ballot break.

Overturned car on N7 cleared after causing severe traffic delays

Drivers are being warned to be extra cautious if driving this weekend.

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From The42 With illegal streams on the rise and viewer numbers falling, is it time for a Spotify for sport? Sportify

With illegal streams on the rise and viewer numbers falling, is it time for a Spotify for sport?

Streaming is doing for football fans what file-sharing once did for music buyers, writes Tommy Martin.

Trainee electrician, 25, charged with providing funding to a foreign terrorist group

Married and originally from the UK, Hassan Bal has lived in Ireland for more than decade.

Another doctor involved in the relocation of the National Maternity Hospital has resigned

“There is sufficient ambiguity, sufficient division, to create a problem.”

Paschal Donohoe is gearing up for a 'very demanding' public sector pay showdown

The Public Service Pay Commission will soon deliver its report.

Bernie Sanders is a sell-out*

*As in, his appearance in Dublin is sold out.

The 9 at 9: Friday

Simon Coveney on housing, Simon Harris on the HPV vaccine, and Donald Trump on North Korea – here’s what’s happening this morning.

Poll: Would you be willing to pay a year's rent upfront for a discount? Bargain Hunter This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you be willing to pay a year's rent upfront for a discount?

A Dublin landlord is offering a reduced rate if you agree to a year’s rent and pay upfront.

UK marine who was jailed for killing injured Taliban fighter is freed

A court cut Alexander Blackman’s sentence to seven years after his murder conviction was reduced to manslaughter.

From The42 Marking Colm Cooper, continuing to improve at 29 and adapting to Kerry's new-found aggression Adapt And Survive

Marking Colm Cooper, continuing to improve at 29 and adapting to Kerry's new-found aggression

Philly McMahon reflects his rivalry with the departing Kerry legend, and also looks to the future.

The potential for a united Ireland is on the front page of the Financial Times

EU leaders are expected to make formal reference to the potential for Irish reunification.

Waterford terrorism arrests: Man due in court today, woman released

Gardaí arrested the two as part of an operation in Waterford city yesterday morning.

'Major, major conflict with North Korea' possible, Trump says

He said he’d prefer to resolve the stand-off peacefully, but that military action wasn’t being taken off the table.

'I am genuinely sick worrying how I am going to pay for back to school costs this year'

A right is not a right if you have to pay for it, writes June Tinsley.

Health Minister slams 'false' and 'unfounded' claims from anti-vaccine campaigners

Highlighting the particular case of the HPV vaccine, Harris said he is very concerned about the fall in the uptake rate, which is heading below 50%.

'Violent and aggressive': Man who took child with him after he punched girlfriend jailed for one year

Martin O’Hara has 15 previous convictions, including one for rape.

'No plans for zero hours contracts' for McDonalds in Ireland after UK u-turn Loving It This post contains a poll

'No plans for zero hours contracts' for McDonalds in Ireland after UK u-turn

The government has promised to bring forth new proposals to tackle zero hours contracts here.

Simon Coveney thinks Ireland should go high-rise 'in the right places'

“Obviously we don’t want to be building skyscrapers in Georgian Dublin.”

'A prisoner will say to you: I know where you live, I’ll burn your house down, I’ll get your kids.’

Prison officers outlined the dangers they face in their day-to-day jobs.

A Dublin landlord is offering a discount... but only if you pay 12 months' rent upfront

Threshold said that requiring tenants to pay more rent upfront is on the increase.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

Gardaí investigate after elderly woman dies in house fire in north county Dublin

A number of units of the Dublin Fire Brigade were called to the fire in a house in Walshestown, Lusk.

ESB and Bord na Móna to develop solar power for 150,000 homes

Renewable energy in Ireland is currently predominantly generated from the wind.

'It isn't sustainable for our tax revenues to be so dependent on Washington'

Thought will need to be given to further broadening Ireland’s tax base, writes Victor Duggan.

Police investigate after disorder at Belfast football final

Footage that appeared on Twitter from the event appears to show a large number of people become involved.

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Here's What Happened Today: Thursday News Fix This post contains videos

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Waterford arrests, the Jobstown trial and the national maternity hospital had everyone talking today.

Judge forced to abandon trial after only 25 people out of 306 requested turn up for jury service

In the case, Trevor Considine (33) of Dalcassian Drive, Ennis is pleading not guilty to a night-club assault causing harm charge.

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

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

St Vincent's board remains 'totally supportive' of plans for new National Maternity Hospital

The board said last Friday it was reviewing its role in the project in light of the public outcry.

PayPal workers to be offered new roles or voluntary redundancy

It’s believed about 60 employees will be affected by the changes.

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'Terrified' Joan Burton 'ran for her life' at Jobstown protest

Seven men including TD Paul Murphy have pleaded not guilty to false imprisonment.

Jackie Lavin and Bill Cullen to face off in court over alleged €1m house purchase deal

Lavin claims she has suffered loss and damage as a result of being deprived of the opportunity to buy the house.

Man and woman arrested in Waterford on suspicion of involvement with international terrorism

Gardaí said they had arrested two people as part of an operation in Waterford city this morning.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

From The42 Bundee Aki banned for three games, ruled out of Connacht's Champions Cup play-off Big Blow

Bundee Aki banned for three games, ruled out of Connacht's Champions Cup play-off

The centre faced a Pro12 disciplinary panel today over comments made to referee Ian Davies.

'It's not just getting your foot in the door': Over 6,000 third-level students don't make it to 2nd year

While the majority make it to their second year, a sizeable portion of students do not.

Taoiseach gives first response to Citizen's Assembly vote, says committee now being set up

Kenny commended the Citizen’s Assembly’s chairperson, Ms Justice Laffoy on her work.

Investigation launched into cyber attack on Trinity fund

It’s hoped that the funds will be at least partly recovered.

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