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Tuesday 6 December, 2016

Unions 'dismayed and angry' about Bus Éireann's approach to pay talks

Earlier, Transport Minister Shane Ross said the company’s financial situation is “fairly bleak”.

Shane Ross offers a weak apology for saying judges live a 'charmed life'

He went on to say “I know it’s very difficult to change things… They’re very powerful people who don’t like things being moved”.

Gardaí considered other possible causes of death in case of GP accused of killing daughter

Bernadette Scully is accused of the manslaughter of her profoundly disabled daughter by giving her too much sedative.

Qatar Airways will fly direct from Dublin to the Middle East starting next summer

The daily service to Doha will open up the Gulf carrier’s international network to Irish passengers.

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From The42 Mayo official condemns 'media campaign to blacken Lee Keegan's name' Diarmuid Connolly

Mayo official condemns 'media campaign to blacken Lee Keegan's name'

The Westport wing-back was unfairly singled out, according to PRO Paul Cunnane.

Plans for Trump wall along Clare coast withdrawn - but a new one is on the way

Trump’s firm applied in May of this year for a 2.8km 200,000-tonne rock barrier that would protect the golf course from destruction by sea waves.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Taxi driver rescues family trapped inside a burning house at 4.30am

Derek Malone managed to get a little girl and her parents to safety.

Convicted killer admits threatening witness in manslaughter case

The judge said it was at the moderate to lower end of the scale of these offences.

There will soon be no cap on the price An Post can charge you for a stamp

Such a move is necessary to protect the daily postal service in operation nationwide, the minister responsible claimed today.

Man arrested on explosives charges before visit of Prince Charles jailed for five and a half years

The court previously heard evidence that gardaí found explosive device components in the man’s locker at Maynooth University.

Pay-by-weight bin charge delayed, but it's not being scrapped - Minister

Minister Denis Naughten said a pricing regime is yet to be agreed with the waste sector.

Theft of €1 million racing dog 'is Shergar story of greyhound industry'

Clares Rocket has won more than €53,000 in prize money.

Leaders ask Gerry Adams to give a statement on Brian Stack investigation tomorrow

Brian Stack’s murder investigation, postage stamp price hikes, and water charges refunds were among the issues from today.

'The full veil must be banned... wherever legally possible': Merkel wants a burqa ban in Germany

She underlined her support for a proposal by her interior minister to outlaw the full-face burqa Islamic veil in public places.

UTV Ireland is to be relaunched... as the "female orientated" Be3

There has been no official word as yet on potential redundancies from UTV Ireland.

From The42 Littlewoods Ireland sign up as GAA hurling championship and Camogie league sponsors Money Talks

The new food pyramid: More fruit and veg, fewer carbohydrates (and no white bread)

Fruit and vegetables now comprise the largest shelf on the food pyramid.

Gardaí investigating death of man found on Cork street

He was found not far from the grounds of St Mary’s Hospital.

Watch as buses, a police car and a salt truck pile up on an icy Canadian hill Slip Slidin' Aw-eh This post contains videos

Oscar-winning director won't be sent to the US to face sentence for statutory rape

Roman Polanski is still wanted in the United States for sentencing over the 1977 statutory rape of Samantha Gailey.

From The42 FA to investigate child sex abuse allegations up to 2005 Allegations

FA to investigate child sex abuse allegations up to 2005

Clive Sheldon QC has been appointed to replace Kate Gallafent in leading the investigation.

Sergeants and inspectors vote overwhelmingly to accept pay deal

In a ballot of 2,103 members of the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors, 95% voted to accept proposals.

Here's what's going to be happening in Dublin to celebrate the New Year Nyf

Here's what's going to be happening in Dublin to celebrate the New Year

The New Year’s Festival will run for three days at the end of the year.

Aldi has announced 400 new jobs as part of a major expansion

The €100 million investment will see 20 new stores.

Eir only became aware of potential security breach after reading about it online

The company will contact 130,000 customers after at least 2,000 modems were breached.

'It's a car park by 4.30pm': Vital upgrades and a third lane needed on N11, report finds Exclusive

Wicklow TD Stephen Donnelly says congestion on the road is only going to get worse if improvements aren’t made now.

Police investigate after man attacked by gang with hammers

The man was allegedly attacked on Friendly Street.

30km/h speed limit approved for some Dublin city roads

Councillor Ciaran Cuffe said there is strong academic evidence that this move can save lives.

People who shave, wax or trim their pubic hair are at a higher risk of catching an STI

A major study found that pubic groomers are 80% more likely to carry an STI – but said it could not conclude that shaving caused the infections.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

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

Film director Bertolucci responds to 'Last Tango in Paris' controversy

Actress Maria Schneider said she felt “a little raped” during a scene with Marlon Brando.

Man killed in Tipperary farming accident

It’s believed the man was working underneath a 4x4 vehicle when it fell on him.

Poll: Should diesel vehicles be phased out in Ireland? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should diesel vehicles be phased out in Ireland?

Four major cities announced recently they would be bringing in bans in the next decade.

French PM quits role, plans to battle Le Pen for presidency

The socialist candidate will look to battle Marine Le Pen’s National Front in next year’s election

From The42 Connolly: Black card brought in 'because some clown in an RTÉ studio throws toys out of the pram' Response

Connolly: Black card brought in 'because some clown in an RTÉ studio throws toys out of the pram'

Dublin star is no fan of the black card or the ‘mark.’

The cold snap is over: It will be a balmy 13 degrees today

And it could get even warmer tomorrow.

12-month J1 visas will still be around for another three years at least

There had been questions over whether the agreement would be terminated.

Italian president asks Renzi to stick around until a budget is passed

Renzi resigned after a voters rejected his constitutional reform proposals in a referendum on Sunday.