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Dublin: 4 °C Monday 8 February, 2016

Irish - Today’s News

Here’s What Happened Today: Monday

Eddie Hutch shot dead in Dublin, man sentenced for rape of his cousin and images of a pedestrianised College Green released – it’s the Evening Fix.

Retaliation: Eddie Hutch, brother of ‘The Monk’, shot dead in Dublin city

Emergency services have been at the scene on Poplar Row since before 8pm.

Poll: Do you think the Special Criminal Court should be scrapped? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think the Special Criminal Court should be scrapped?

The issue of the non-jury court has been back in the headlines in the wake of Friday’s shooting.

From The42 We’ll Leave It There So: Schmidt ponders changes, Broncos win Super Bowl and all today’s sport Monday

We’ll Leave It There So: Schmidt ponders changes, Broncos win Super Bowl and all today’s sport

We’ll also have news of a Connacht player’s freak accident on a water slide.

Homeless man requests extra €4,500 from €1.5 million trust fund to ‘keep roof over his head’

A similar payment to homeless man Declan Heffernan was made before Christmas, but that money has now “run out”.

‘Suddenly I’m looking at a man covered in blood’: Regency Hotel manager talks about horror gun attack

John Glynn lay on the floor as the gunmen dressed as gardaí stormed the building.

Another hole has been poked in Fine Gael’s numbers

We’re heading back into the fiscal space…

Appeal for information on missing Wicklow pensioner John Bradley

John attended Tallaght Hospital yesterday but never got his bus home to Baltinglass.

David Drumm won’t be returning to Dublin just yet… because of the Boston snow

The former head of Anglo Irish Bank faces 33 charges here relating to transactions while he was in charge.

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‘He was screaming and there was blood everywhere’ – garda awarded €200,000 after pit bull attack

Garda John Leahy had to receive over 100 stitches and was out of work for a year after the attack.

Regency Hotel shooting was choreographed to send a clear and explicit message

Pictures have been widely circulated of gunmen carrying Kalashnikov weapons into the Regency Hotel. The pictures are significant for a number of reasons, writes Tom Clonan.

‘The death knell for private cars in the area’: The centre of Dublin is getting ready for a major change

Plans for the College Green project were discussed by councillors today.

CIRA made statement to set themselves up as “the protectors of the people”

The journalist who took CIRA’s statement regarding the Regency Hotel shootings says that “spectacular attack” was the group announcing themselves as being “back on the stage”.

Power outages and flooding as Storm Imogen continues to blow through Ireland

Cork and Kerry have borne the brunt of the fierce weather.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

From The42 Tributes pour in an after sudden death of former Down footballer RIP

Tributes pour in an after sudden death of former Down footballer

Peter Turley was a member of the Saval club.

Man found not guilty of murder of Mairead Moran by reason of insanity

Shane Smyth will be detained in the Central Mental Hospital.

Elderly woman too afraid to leave her home after carjacking, court hears

Cavan resident Francis Stokes (29) and Kildare man Martin Stokes (24) have been sentenced to four years in prison for the hijacking.

Man sentenced to 10 years for multiple rape of teenage cousin

The abuse began when the boy was 14 and continued until he was 18.

The deadline for voter registration is TOMORROW: here’s what you need to know

If you’re still hoping to register, make sure to send off your application today.

UCD restaurant shut down over food safety concerns

A prohibition order was also served on a butcher in Kerry.

Gerry Adams has responded to Enda’s comments linking IRA weapons to Friday’s shooting

The Continuity IRA, which has its roots in a Provisional IRA split in 1986, has claimed responsibility for the attack.

Paul Williams says gardaí tried to stop the Indo printing photos from Friday’s shooting

The Independent and the Sunday World printed shocking photos of gunmen at the weekend.

Gardaí appeal for help in finding missing 35-year-old woman

Margaret Berry was last seen on Wednesday.

There’s a 60km oil spill in Limerick

Drivers have been asked to exercise caution in the area.

Compulsory sexual consent classes planned for UCD following revenge porn allegations

The university is investigating claims that male students shared explicit images of female students without their permission.

From The42 Schmidt considering changes as Ireland look to build on solid foundation Next Step

Schmidt considering changes as Ireland look to build on solid foundation

Mike Ross and Cian Healy may come into the selection mix for the France clash.

Kenneth O’Brien killing: Gardaí granted extra time to question men

The two have been held over O’Brien’s murder since last Saturday.

From Business ETC There’s a new place for Irish workers to vent their spleens about their jobs Tell All

There’s a new place for Irish workers to vent their spleens about their jobs

IrishJobs.ie is taking a leaf out of Glassdoor’s book.

Take a break and watch Elton John join James Corden for some excellent carpool karaoke

The music was blasting as they sang their way through rain-soaked LA streets.

From The42 CJ Stander and the rest of The42′s Six Nations Team of the Week First XV

CJ Stander and the rest of The42′s Six Nations Team of the Week

There was the tightest of tight calls at number eight, while we found room for five Irishmen after the draw against Wales.

Controversy after YFG member tweets altered image of Mary Lou McDonald on beach

The Sinn Féin deputy pointed to the picture as an example of “everyday sexism”.

Four due in court after Garda chopper chase across fields in Monaghan

Gardaí are investigating a number of burglaries in the Monaghan Town area.

Poll: Have you had a call from canvassers? Your Say This post contains a poll

Varadkar defends comments about extra resources making hospitals slow down

The minister said he accepted that overcrowding can also delay patient treatment.

Commuting liveblog: Bus delays and fallen trees as Storm Imogen hits Ireland

Here’s all the traffic, transport and weather news you need this morning.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s everything you need to know as we start the week.

You can learn a lot about management from potty training your child

A good manager is clear on what’s expected, gives feedback, encourages, develops and rewards.

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