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Dublin: 14 °C Thursday 30 June, 2016

Today’s News

Obama raises concerns about global growth in the wake of Brexit vote

At a time when global growth rates are already weak, “this doesn’t help”, the US president says.

Mexicans can enter Canada without a visa from December onwards

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the move will “make it easier for our Mexican friends to visit Canada.”

Judge denies liquor licence, says there are enough pubs in Temple Bar

The judge said local residents were entitled to the quiet enjoyment of their homes.

Yesterday’s News

An Post launch new stamp to mark centenary of the Somme

The stamps are now available at main post offices and online.

Remains of bodies from migrant boat that drowned 800 to be raised off Italy

Italian PM Matteo Renzi has vowed to give all the victims decent burials.

These two are set to go head-to-head over the future of the UK

Scotland and Northern Ireland are staying in the union, Theresa Villiers has said.

Killer whale spotted off the coast of Kerry

The whale, known as John Coe, was spotted off Slea Head.

From The42 'I'm here for a lot of right reasons and I'm here for a lot of wrong reasons' Dragon Roars Again

'I'm here for a lot of right reasons and I'm here for a lot of wrong reasons'

Chris Coleman’s Welsh side take on Belgium in the quarter-finals of Euro 2016 on Friday night.

FactCheck: Who uses water most, and who pays most of the cost?

Do households really only use 10% of water, but pay 78% of the cost of funding our water system? FactCheck takes a closer look.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Suicide charity Console, property prices and missing woman Karen Scott found alive and well…

Man shot in both legs in paramilitary style shooting this evening

Nobody has been arrested at this stage.

We shouldn't be asking why people voted to leave the EU, but why would people vote to stay

Dr Ciaran McCullagh argues that those who voted Remain made the wrong choice

Australians can vote for the Sex Party, Hemp Party and Smokers' Rights Party in this week's election

Voting is mandatory in Australia for all adults, with turnout never falling below 90% since it became compulsory in 1924.

British businesses warned against weaseling out of refunding Irish customers

The UK is still subject to European consumer law.

Dublin's Dobbins restaurant has been put into examinership

The group behind the restaurant and the Becketts Hotel in Leixlip has been struggling under Celtic Tiger-era debts.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: ROG's Racing to face Munster, Uefa admit error and all of today's sport Wednesday
Residential property prices are up almost 7% compared to a year ago CSO

Residential property prices are up almost 7% compared to a year ago

Property prices in Dublin 4.8% higher but still 32.8% lower than in early 2007

Pregnant teenage girl with 26 convictions jailed after 'stamping and kicking man's head 15 times'

Fifteen months of her three-year sentence has been suspended.

39-year-old Patrick Wright missing from Dublin

Patrick was last seen in Blanchardstown on Monday morning.

Family thanks amazing volunteers after missing woman Karen Scott is found safe and well

More than 100 people helped in the search for the woman, who was last seen on Friday.

From The42 Rassie v ROG, nothing to fear for Connacht and more talking points after the Champions Cup draw European Cup

Rassie v ROG, nothing to fear for Connacht and more talking points after the Champions Cup draw

The draw was more favourable to Irish provinces than last season.

The government has handpicked these 'water experts' to tell us what to do with Irish Water

Charges are suspended until the process has been completed.

Presenter Ray Foley to return to Cork's Red FM

He is set to co-present a special 12 week series on Saturday mornings.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Man arrested after two women targeted in racist hate crime in Belfast

Two women were verbally abused by a man using racist language and their car was damaged.

'My blood was boiling' - Restaurateur Derry Clarke among those to react to Console revelations

Several people have reacted with anger and dismay at the suicide charity malpractices.

Use these antivirus products? Then you need to update them asap

The latest update to Symantec and Norton antivirus products fixes a number of serious security flaws.

Dublin City Council backs call for new Luas trams to be automated

The councillor behind the motion said it doesn’t mean drivers will be fired.

From The42 Uefa admit scheduling of Ireland-France game was problematic Acknowledgement

Uefa admit scheduling of Ireland-France game was problematic

Acting general secretary Theodore Theodoridis has discussed the pros and cons of the 24-team format.

There has been an increase in sexual assaults and a decrease in burglaries

There were more than 10,000 fewer burglary and theft-related offences in the 12 months to March 2016.

Traffic on the M50 is jammed after two crashes

The crashes have been cleared, but traffic remains heavy.

'For heaven's sake man, go': Cameron tears into Corbyn as Labour chaos continues

Both leaders could be on the way out, as Corbyn endures a massive revolt from his MPs.

These flats are getting a €29 million facelift

The flats were first built in 1961.

Those pushy Windows 10 upgrade alerts are getting a necessary change

Meanwhile, more than 350 million devices are running the operating system.

Dublin's Port Tunnel was forced to close ... because of a kitten

The cat was last seen heading for the airport.

From The42 ROG's Racing to take on Munster in Champions Cup, Connacht and Toulouse meet again Provincial

ROG's Racing to take on Munster in Champions Cup, Connacht and Toulouse meet again

Here’s what the cornerstones of your province’s season will look like.

Istanbul airport terror attack death toll rises to 41, with 239 injured

Thirteen foreign nationals are among the dead.

Ibrahim Halawa trial in Egypt delayed for 14th time in three years

Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan said he shares the frustration of the young Irishman’s family.

These 'Dublin Champions' are tasked with ensuring tourists enjoy the capital

A group of 80 specially trained tourism workers are now ready to be let loose in Dublin.

Google wants to expand how it tracks you for ads - and it's giving you a choice

And yes, Google still knows quite a lot about you.