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Irish - Saturday 20 January, 2018

From The42 Sad scenes as Ireland's James McCarthy stretchered off with double leg fracture Misfortune

Sad scenes as Ireland's James McCarthy stretchered off with double leg fracture

The midfielder was playing in the Premier League clash between Everton and West Brom today.

Here’s why you may not be benefitting from the government’s big plan to bring down your car insurance

While stats show that car insurance is going down as a whole, the cost of premiums skyrocketed 70% from 2013 to 2016.

Man killed in feud-related shooting in Dublin

The man was shot near a halting site in Clondalkin.

From The42 Leinster advance as top seeds after completing clean sweep in Montpellier Favourites

Leinster advance as top seeds after completing clean sweep in Montpellier

Leo Cullen’s men recovered from a poor first half to secure a sixth win from six in Pool 3.

PSNI issues warning after over €20k stolen from elderly through phone scams

A number of elderly people were contacted by a scammer pretending to work for British Telecom (BT).

Teenager killed after being hit by van on Antrim road

The Moneynick Road has reopened in both directions.

US gov shutdown: Trump blames Democrats for being 'too concerned with illegal immigrants'

Thousands of government workers will be sent home without pay until the crisis is resolved.

Keep those resolutions and get more veg in with this spiced parsnip burger recipe

Expert tips from our GIY guru, Michael Kelly, that will help you to steer clear of plastic packaging in the supermarket.

From The42 As it happened: Montpellier v Leinster, Champions Cup Liveblog

As it happened: Montpellier v Leinster, Champions Cup

We were at the Altrad Stadium as Leo Cullen’s side looked to progress to the quarter-finals as top seeds.

Rain expected across the weekend with snow-ice warning for three counties

The outlook for the week is unsettled but less cold.

Remembering the 35 girls who died in a Cavan orphanage fire in 1943

Fine Gael TD Kate O’Connell highlighted the tragic fire in the Dáil this week during a debate on the Eighth Amendment.

Mary Lou McDonald has been confirmed as the new leader of Sinn Féin

Gerry Adams will be stepping aside from his role after more than 30 years.

Varadkar admitting he wasn't fully aware of Kerry Babies shows importance of retelling our stories

When we don’t tell our stories we create a world where change is impossible and where inequality and oppression can openly flourish, writes Annemarie Ni Churreain.

Poll: How much exercise will you get this weekend? Poll This post contains a poll

Poll: How much exercise will you get this weekend?

Are those new year resolutions holding up okay, three weeks in?

Six questions Nóirín O'Sullivan will need to answer when she appears at the Disclosures Tribunal

Previous witnesses have set the scene. Now the Tribunal will hear answers from one of its main protagonists.

Family appeal for help finding Irishman (21) missing in Vienna

Ross Hanlon from Athboy, Co Meath went missing in Vienna at 2am yesterday morning.

A well-known Dublin sweet shop is about to make way for a new city centre hotel

Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe has closed its Dame Street store.

US committee examining claim of Russian mafia money link to Trump's Doonbeg golf course

The committee is investigating the alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Here’s what you need to know as you start your Saturday.

Ring hits back at claims rural budget was 'underspent'

Eamon O’Cuiv, who served eight years as Rural Affairs Minister, said the underspend was not a surprise.

From The42 'I was emotional but Dad was roaring and crying. You do it for those background reasons' Family First

'I was emotional but Dad was roaring and crying. You do it for those background reasons'

Lauren Magee opens up on the huge influence her family has on her inter-county career, Dublin’s 2017 and Blues Sisters.

'People forgot this baby was stabbed': Why did it take so long to test Baby John's DNA?

Gardaí have said they are determined to find out what happened to the baby boy.

From The42 'Most of my friends are working or living abroad, it was just my move was publicised because I left Leinster' Moore Or Less

'Most of my friends are working or living abroad, it was just my move was publicised because I left Leinster'

A homecoming of sorts awaits Marty Moore next season, but for now his focus remains on developing as a player and, just as importantly, as a person during his time in England.

Three 1830s houses demolished at Dublin's Five Lamps to make way for social housing

The State conservation group had suggested the houses be made protected structures, but an order to demolish them to build housing for senior citizens had already been made.

'These are not faceless women': Key moments from the Dáil's Eighth Amendment debate

The TDs gathered in the Dáil this week to debate the report published by the Oireachtas Committee on the Eighth Amendment.

Amazon's grand plans for its new Dublin data centre could use as much power as a city

The US tech giant says it could build up to eight facilities at Mulhuddart.

Irish - Friday 19 January, 2018

Chairman of INM Leslie Buckley to stand down from his post

Buckley will exit the company at its EGM on 1 March.

From The42 TG4 to show three Allianz League games every Sunday as part of new spring schedule GAA Beo

TG4 to show three Allianz League games every Sunday as part of new spring schedule

The broadcaster will provide coverage of 35 games between now and April.

Three men charged after tools stolen from building site

The burglary occurred in Newtownmountkennedy, Wicklow.

'This should not have happened': Parents of baby who died shortly after birth settle case with hospital

An apology from Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda was read out in court today.

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Liverpool set sights on Man United, Chelsea look out-of-sorts and the Premier League talking points

Elsewhere, Paul Lambert begins his crusade to keep Stoke City up, while Man City aim to bounce back.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Funeral date set for Dolores O’Riordan, Varadkar on Ireland’s abortion laws, and the new adolescence made the news today.

Teenager jailed for glass attack that left magician blind in one eye

The incident happened on O’Connell Street on 9 September 2016.

Three charged in garda operation targeting burglary gangs

The burglars set off an alarm in Sligo before fleeing.

Two men charged after gardaí uncover cannabis worth €360,000 in converted garage

A cannabis grow house was discovered in Longford yesterday.

Varadkar says Ireland's abortion laws are 'too restrictive and need to be reformed' The Eighth This post contains videos

Varadkar says Ireland's abortion laws are 'too restrictive and need to be reformed'

However, the Taoiseach didn’t confirm if he wants the Eighth Amendment to be repealed.

Dolores O'Riordan to be laid to rest in Limerick on Tuesday

The Cranberries frontwoman died in London on Monday.

Tribunal hears it was 'reasonable and legitimate' to challenge Maurice McCabe's credibility

Counsel for Nóirín O’Sullivan said today that this was because McCabe had made serious accusations against senior officers.

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