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Irish - Today’s News

Teenager arrested after 21-year-old man seriously injured in Dublin attack

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to the incident to come forward.

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Poll: Do you believe in climate change?

Kerry TD Danny Healy-Rae said that ‘God above is in charge of the weather’ during a Dáil debate yesterday.

Firefighters tackle blaze at recycling plant

It took Dublin Fire Brigade around three hours to put out the fire.

From The42 Mandela bodyguard claims the All Blacks were poisoned in 1995 Food Poisoning

Mandela bodyguard claims the All Blacks were poisoned in 1995

Conspiracy theories surrounding a sudden illness in the squad have swirled for two decades.

UK newspaper announces closure after just two months

Trinity Mirror group said that circulation had been below expectations.

Day 69: 'They say a week is a long time in politics, but a day is a long time in politics right now.'

A draft programme for government will be presented to independents.

Opinion: Women have shown time and time again that they are a more deadly species than the male

Security expert Tom Clonan explains why armies across the world need female soldiers and officers, in all positions.

Post mortem due to take place on body of baby girl found at recycling plant

The body was found at about 11am yesterday morning at the Greenstar recycling facility in the Co Wicklow town.

Jury to resume deliberations in David Mahon murder case

The six women and six men deliberated for two hours 21 minutes before being sent home for the night.

Hundreds of Irish people are still undergoing electro-shock therapy ECT

Hundreds of Irish people are still undergoing electro-shock therapy

Critics say it is “outdated”, but medical professionals say it works.

Man whose father was heard to say "f**k it we’ll leave it" before he fled crash given suspended sentence

The victim needed four operations on her pelvis and her leg as a result of her injuries.

From The42 CJ Stander voted IRUPA Players' Player of the Year, Van der Flier named Young Player Awards Season

CJ Stander voted IRUPA Players' Player of the Year, Van der Flier named Young Player

The annual awards ceremony took place in Dublin this evening.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

Talks with independents end for the night - without any agreement

They will meet again tomorrow morning.

Danny Healy-Rae: 'God above is in charge of the weather and we can't do anything about it'

The independent TD was speaking about climate change – he says weather patterns have been fluctuating for centuries.

Suspected human remains found near St James's Hospital

The suspected remains were unearthed among the roots of a tree.

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Multiple units of Dublin Fire Brigade tackling gorse blaze on Three Rock

There are reports of homes being evacuated in the area.

Deliveroo is building its own kitchens to dominate the takeaway trade

The company is also looking at Waterford and Derry as it expands across Ireland.

Parent and baby rescued from roof after fire breaks out at Dublin house

Dublin Fire Brigade praised the parent’s “quick thinking”.

Gardaí say it's possible baby girl found in Bray was stillborn

Gardaí are appealing for the baby’s mum to get in touch as she will need medical attention.

"Goodbye our sweet little princess": Merryn Lacy dies after brave cancer battle RIP

"Goodbye our sweet little princess": Merryn Lacy dies after brave cancer battle

The family of the little girl confirmed her death this afternoon.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: Dublin derby, Dembele charged and all of today's sport Wednesday

We'll Leave It There So: Dublin derby, Dembele charged and all of today's sport

Miss any of today’s news? Catch up with our round-up here.

Man claims garda struck him with weapon while he was handcuffed

The gardaí involved say they had to use a baton on the man to defend themselves after he resisted arrest.

Nearly €30 million in money left lying around is going to good causes

The disbursement comes as part of €28.5 million which will be used to fight disadvantage across the country.

Concern for teenage girl missing in Limerick since Sunday

16-year-old Chloe Elderfield was last seen in the Drombanna area on Sunday evening.

Catholic priest visited girl's family home after she made abuse allegation

The latest tranche of child protection reviews found 288 allegations were made against the Catholic Church.

Teenage boy in care found dead on Dublin street on Monday

The Child and Family ageny, Tusla, is investigating the death of the 17-year-old boy.

Unbearable pressure: How water drowned out everything

Massive protests and Clouseau-esque political mistakes in 2014 meant that two years on, the issue HAD to be dealt with.

Gardaí don't want any new recruits until their pay cuts are reversed

The Garda Representative Association welcomed the commitment to increasing numbers to 15,000 but said pay needs to be tackled first.

Irish Water fined after polluting river in Cavan

The judge said the delay in rectifying the issue, and the serious level of pollution, merited a conviction.

Politician takes first right to be forgotten case in Irish history after 'being compared to Isis'

Mark Savage was called a homophobe on Reddit during the local elections in 2014.

Alan Kelly was pretty annoyed only one FG TD turned up to talk about climate change

The Minister has once more hit out at Labour’s former coalition partner.

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Two elderly women die in separate road crashes in Tipperary and Dublin

Both incidents happened this afternoon at about 1pm.

Man to appear in court over armed robbery at post office

A number of shots were fired in the incident in January.

"The Irish were sold as slaves" - Gerry Adams has spoken once again about THAT tweet

Adams caused uproar for posting a racially-charged tweet on Sunday night while watching Django Unchained.

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