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Irish - Today’s News

From The42 'I just got fed up - I thought 'I've had enough of this'': Brian Carey on volatile owners, Jack Charlton and a fresh start Life Of Brian

'I just got fed up - I thought 'I've had enough of this'': Brian Carey on volatile owners, Jack Charlton and a fresh start

The Corkman has spent his life immersed in the daily grind of football but it’s time for a change.

A new cultural festival will reach every county in Ireland this Easter Monday

Organised by RTÉ and Creative Ireland, the Taoiseach gave a speech at the launch of Cruinniú na Cásca.

'It feels so cruel': Family of critically ill Irish man plead for donations to bring him home

The family is looking for €100,000 to bring Ciaran back to Ireland.

The 9 at 9: Friday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

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Father of pilot disputes claim his son deliberately downed Germanwings plane in Alps

Andreas Lubitz was co-pilot of the plane that crashed in the Alps on this day in 2015.

Hopes that dives to wreckage of Rescue 116 can begin today

Favourable weather conditions are expected this morning which will allow divers to reach the wreckage of the helicopter beneath the water.

Poll: Do you support the strike by Bus Éireann workers? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you support the strike by Bus Éireann workers?

An all-out strike began at midnight.

From The42 Stage is set for an enthralling night and the Ireland-Wales pre-match talking points Road To Russia

Stage is set for an enthralling night and the Ireland-Wales pre-match talking points

Can the Boys in Green deal with the absentees? Will James McCarthy get the nod? Would Wales be happy with a draw…?

Cyclist dies in Dublin following city centre road crash

He was removed by ambulance to St James’ Hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

London attacker: A 52-year-old violent criminal with a number of aliases

The attacker had never been convicted of terrorism officers was not the subject of investigations.

Major disruption to Irish Rail services as some workers refuse to pass Bus Éireann picket

There are significant effects for services in Cork, in particular.

From The42 'Iconic venue, big crowd - it would be incredible' - Katie enthused by prospect of US bout this summer Momentum

'Iconic venue, big crowd - it would be incredible' - Katie enthused by prospect of US bout this summer

The Bray native has a fourth professional fight in four months in Manchester Arena tomorrow night.

Good news: Temperatures could reach the high teens this weekend

Met Éireann predicts dry and settled weather for an extended period.

Opinion: 'A political solution to the Syrian war is very unlikely now'

Damascus has settled on a clear strategy for a military solution, and has been brutally and successfully executing it, writes Derek O’Rouke

Judge says it was regretful that dog owner did not do 'proper decent thing' in child biting case

The German Shepherd had bitten an eight-year-old in the leg.

Future GamerCons won't go ahead unless 'every single problem' is identified after queuing chaos

Convention founder Ferdi Roberts had said more events were planned for London, Madrid and Berlin.

Love and respect as Martin McGuinness made his final journey through the town that loved him so well

Derry was brought to a standstill by the funeral of one its most important sons.

The Bus Éireann strike begins today - here's how to get around

A nationwide indefinite strike begins from midnight tonight.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

'I'm able to let out a big secret': Dublin is getting a new arcade game restaurant

The company behind The RAGE retro gaming shop on Fade Street is opening a new premises in Smithfield.

From The42 What happened to Stephen Ireland? Enigma This post contains videos

What happened to Stephen Ireland?

10 years on from his winning goal against Wales at Croke Park, the Stoke star has become one of Irish football’s most elusive figures.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Martin McGuinness, Bus Éireann and London carrying on had people talking today.

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.

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Garda file into woman's rape missing for the second time, court told

The woman’s alleged rapist won his appeal against a 1998 conviction for rape and incest some years ago.

Alan Kelly: 'Craft beer is booming but licensing regulations are harming business'

If we’re serious about rural development we must enable craft breweries to become tourist hubs, writes Alan Kelly.

From The42 Pearce Hanley: Leaving Brisbane, his brother and dog behind for a fresh start in Aussie Rules Interview This post contains videos

Pearce Hanley: Leaving Brisbane, his brother and dog behind for a fresh start in Aussie Rules

We caught up with the Mayo man ahead of his 10th AFL season and a Round 1 game against his former employers.

'Ireland lost a hero. Derry lost a son' - Adams gives graveside oration for McGuinness

The funeral of the former Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister took place in his native Derry this afternoon.

'He expanded the definition of us': Clinton's tribute to McGuinness, as thousands pay respects

The former US President drew laughter from the crowd as he paid tribute to McGuinness.

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Maynooth line trains delayed for up to an hour after truck crashes into bridge

Crews have removed some rock from the rail line.

Security at Dáil far less stringent than at other national parliaments - Varadkar

The social protection minister said there is a possibility that somebody could carry out an act of violence in the Irish parliament.

Applause for Taoiseach as Clinton says 'thank you' for raising immigration with Trump

“As an American I have to say a special word of thanks to the sitting Taoiseach,” Clinton said.

Ireland's largest windfarm begins powering 50,000 homes

Ireland's largest windfarm begins powering 50,000 homes

The windfarm is expected to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 100,000 tonnes each year.

Irish person injured in Westminster terror attack 'recovering well from her injuries'

British PM Theresa May confirmed to Taoiseach Enda Kenny this evening that her injuries were not life-threatening.

From The42 A little moment that underlines Peter O'Mahony's leadership credentials Leader

A little moment that underlines Peter O'Mahony's leadership credentials

The Munster back row is a strong candidate to be the next Ireland captain.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Three-and-a-half years in jail for man who made menacing phone calls demanding money

Patrick Clarke made two phone calls to Paul Gilmartin, a man he did not know.

Garda errors led to thousands of drivers being wrongly convicted

Some 147,000 summonses were issued to people who had never been given an opportunity to pay their fine.

All-out Bus Éireann strike to begin at midnight

School bus routes will not be included in the strike.

Belgian police arrest man who tried to drive into crowds of shoppers at high speed

A rifle and bladed weapons were found in a subsequent search of the car.

US sailor arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting woman in Dublin hotel

Gardaí arrested the man, aged in his 30s, yesterday morning.

Ulster Bank to close 22 branches in Ireland with 220 redundancies

The closures are expected to take place in June and September.

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