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Irish - Yesterday’s News

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Irish - Monday 18 June, 2018

From The42 Over 99% of TV viewers in Iceland watched their side's first World Cup game Thunderclap

Irish service supported 109 people affected by sex trafficking last year

The nationalities that had the highest access rate to Ruhama’s casework service were Nigerian (63 cases) and Irish (41)

Amazon Web Services set to create 1,000 jobs in Dublin

The roles will be spread across AWS and parent firm Amazon.

Woman airlifted to hospital after fall at Dalkey Quarry

The woman, aged in her 30s, fell in an inaccessible area in the quarry this morning.

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From The42 'If we can pull this one off, it will be a little bit special for this group' Sydney Decider

'If we can pull this one off, it will be a little bit special for this group'

Joe Schmidt spoke to legendary Ireland out-half Ollie Campbell about the last series success in 1979.

Shared office giant WeWork will lease all of the Central Bank's old headquarters

The US company has been rapidly expanding its footprint across Dublin in recent months.

Ireland ranked second worst in Europe for tackling climate change

Ireland and Poland rank lowest because of their opposition to climate action nationally and in the EU.

Junior minister says a government involving Sinn Féin would 'risk security of State'

Patrick O’Donovan ruled out the possibility of a coalition between his party and Sinn Féin.

Teenager missing from Dublin found safe and well

The 16-year-old had been missing from the Templeogue area in Dublin.

Poll: Should Ireland have a dedicated transport police? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Ireland have a dedicated transport police?

New figures show a spike in anti-social behaviour on trains.

From The42 Coping with intense Munster schedule - 'You really would need to be professional' John Kiely

Coping with intense Munster schedule - 'You really would need to be professional'

Limerick’s performance level dropped notably yesterday in Ennis.

Man killed and two injured after car hits bridge in Clare

The deceased was a back seat passenger in the car.

Addiction to video games is now a recognised illness

Those who suffer have trouble controlling their behaviours around gaming.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s everything you need to know as the week gets started.

It's going to be a cloudy week with some rain, but the sun could be back for the weekend

Today will will have some short sunny spells in eastern areas, but it will be mostly cloudy.

Opinion: 'Direct provision has been a disaster'

Numerous reports and recommendations have cast a light on the failings, writes Ronan Herlihy.

Here's how many complaints city councils got about referendum posters

Galway City Council got nine, while Dublin City Council got almost 300 over the same time period.

Government to increase on-the-spot litter fines to €250

A litter report showed that cigarettes make up half of street litter.

North Wicklow gardaí probe operations of senior gang members as tensions escalate

Gardaí will continue to disrupt the drug gangs operating in the area.

Irish - Sunday 17 June, 2018

A crime hotspot in dire need of more policing or just a horrible coincidence? Inside Shankill and Bray's hectic month

Murder, sexual assault and gun violence has blighted the area in the last month.

From The42 'In my eyes, I was doing enough to warrant a night-out on a Saturday with my mates' LOI Legends This post contains videos

'In my eyes, I was doing enough to warrant a night-out on a Saturday with my mates'

Philip Hughes on a career with 19 transfers, 11 clubs and 138 goals.

Female-fronted films take over Hollywood - but are film critics keeping up with change?

Across the top 100 movies of 2017 male critics authored 77.8% of reviews.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Theresa May says there will be no Irish Sea border, and a bump in government satisfaction rating.

Tara Flynn: 'Dear fellow Feminazis. I write this from The Bunker'

“My fellow Feminazis, they are onto us. The only surprise is how long it has taken those of such Superior Intellect and Understanding to discover our takeover plans.”

'F**k Trump': The week in quotes

Here’s what was said and who said what this week.

Ryanair calls for drink limit at airports after Dublin-Ibiza flight diverted due to 3 'disruptive' passengers

A Ryanair spokesperson said that three passengers became “disruptive” during the flight.

From The42 Galway crowned kings of Connacht as strong second-half leads them past Roscommon Tribe On The March

Galway crowned kings of Connacht as strong second-half leads them past Roscommon

The Tribesmen are the first side to book their place in the Super 8s.

Body of man (67) found on side of Cork road in suspected hit-and-run

The man’s body was discovered this morning.

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From The42 0-13 for Duggan, two red cards in first half and clinical Clare sweep past Limerick Banner Boost

0-13 for Duggan, two red cards in first half and clinical Clare sweep past Limerick

18,802 fans attended the encounter in Cusack Park.

'Flat and extraordinarily arrogant', Micheál Martin's verdict on Mary Lou McDonald's speech

The Fianna Fáil leader accused Sinn Féin of ‘an entitlement to government’.

Column: 5 ways to get money back from the taxman

Millions of euro in tax refunds goes unclaimed by the Irish public every year, writes Barry Flanagan.

Gardaí investigating murder of Mikolaj Wilk ask driver to come forward

The father of two was brutally murdered in his home in a rural part of Ballincollig, Co Cork last weekend.

'We're one United Kingdom' - Theresa May describes EU plans as an Irish Sea border Across The Water This post contains videos

'We're one United Kingdom' - Theresa May describes EU plans as an Irish Sea border

May says that the EU’s ‘backstop’ plan is not acceptable.

'42 years without missing a day of school': Three Wicklow brothers break record

The brothers attributed their achievement to the support of their family.

We took a tour of the Newbridge Silverware factory to learn how they make their wares Kildare This post contains videos

We took a tour of the Newbridge Silverware factory to learn how they make their wares

The Kildare-based company has been making products since 1934 when it was known as The Newbridge Cutlery Co.

Explainer: What does the Catholic Church's teaching on homosexuality actually say?

Archbishops launching the Papal visit were met with questions about LGBT members – but what’s the official position?

From The42 'The whole side of my face went numb and I couldn't see out of my left eye so I went straight to hospital' Comeback Kid

'The whole side of my face went numb and I couldn't see out of my left eye so I went straight to hospital'

Donegal footballer Kate Keaney speaks to The42 about her harrowing recovery from a concussion and a torn cruciate as Donegal prepare for an Ulster final.

Poll: Will you be marking Father's Day? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you be marking Father's Day?

Have you bought a card.

Audiences left 'shell-shocked' at world premiere of Irish play about sexual violence

The stage adaptation of Louise O’Neill’s best-selling book has made its world premiere in the Everyman in Cork.