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Dublin: 16 °C Tuesday 26 July, 2016

Yesterday’s News

The 5 at 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Man and woman arrested over child water park death released on bail

UK media are reporting that they were arrested on suspicion of manslaughter by gross negligence.

An all-Ireland motorway may be on the way - but it'll cost us €100 each per year

Under the proposed plan 85% of Ireland’s population will live within 10km of the motorway.

From The42 Good news for players as GAA and GPA announce new agreement worth an annual €6.2 million Show Me The Money

Good news for players as GAA and GPA announce new agreement worth an annual €6.2 million

The announcement was made at a press conference today in Croke Park.

You could win a tropical island resort for €45

But good luck getting a ticket.

Gardaí are looking for witnesses after major blaze hits historic Cork mansion

Cork County Council believe the fire was probably caused by arson.

'Repeal the 8th' mural in Temple Bar removed due to planning rules

The mural has attracted around 50 complaints – but hundreds of people have sent messages supporting the display.

'Date rape' serial killer facing 17 more charges of poisoning, rape and sexual assault

Stephen Port, from Barking in east London, allegedly met the four murder victims on gay dating websites.

Man jailed for 10 years for threatening, assaulting and raping his wife

The 42-year-old is only the third person to be convicted for marital rape since rape within a marriage was made illegal in 1990.

Delays begin to ease at Dover as port chief says he is 'ashamed' about tailbacks

Holidaymakers were stuck for over 15 hours in their cars at the port of Dover yesterday due to heightened entry checks by French border police.

Nice attack: Policewoman claims minister pressured her into changing her report

The 14 July Bastille Day celebrations saw 84 people killed when a man rammed a lorry into the crowd.

From The42 'I was getting 200 quid a week, I thought why not turn it into 400 or 600 quid' Looking Back

'I was getting 200 quid a week, I thought why not turn it into 400 or 600 quid'

The former Shelbourne player has spoken openly about his problems of late.

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Varadkar plans to raise dole payments depending on how long you've worked

The INOU has welcomed the plan, which the Department of Social Protection told TheJournal.ie is under consideration.

Nintendo slumps after investors realise it won't make much money from Pokémon Go

The slump has wiped €6 billion from the company’s market value.

Vulture funds using charitable status for tax avoidance being investigated

Some vulture funds are using a tax loophole to pay as little as €250 in tax in Ireland.

Two dead, at least 17 wounded in Florida nightclub shooting

The incident is happened at 1am local time at Club Blu nightclub.

Poll: Should the government raise the minimum wage by 10 cent? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the government raise the minimum wage by 10 cent?

The Low Pay Commission have recommended raising the minimum wage from €9.15 to €9.25,

Woman and her son (14) killed after car crashes into tree

They were pronounced dead at the scene. Post-mortem examinations are due to take place today.

From The42 Cristiano Ronaldo joins Conor McGregor at Las Vegas training camp ahead of UFC 202 MMA

Israeli woman allegedly raped by two men in Indian resort town

The woman told police she was attacked after flagging down what she thought was a taxi.

The 9 at 9: Monday

A bombing in Germany, Theresa May visits Northern Ireland – it’s the 8 at 8.

New rules mean anyone will be able to make a complaint about poor teacher performance

The new mechanism will be introduced later this morning.

Car driven into Coolock gym and set alight

There are no reports of any injuries.

Post-coup detainees being beaten and raped, says Amnesty

The number of people being detained in the wake of the attempted coup has surged above 13,000.

Drinks lobby says Brexit vote makes strong case for alcohol tax reduction

The lobby group called on the government to make every possible effort in October’s Budget to compensate for the negative effect of Brexit.

Man shot in foot after being ordered to lie down by masked gang

The man, aged in his 20s, is being treated in hospital.

Theresa May: “Nobody wants to return to the borders of the past.”

May is due to visit Northern Ireland today for the first time since becoming prime minister.

Democratic National Convention kicks off in Philadelphia with huge protests

Die-hard Bernie Sanders supporters have descended on Philadelphia to protest against Hillary Clinton.

Woman dies after being attacked by tiger at safari park

The attack took place at Beijing Badaling Wildlife World on Saturday.

Man kills himself and injures 12 after setting off bomb outside bar in Germany

The explosion was triggered outside a music festival in Bavaria.

Debate Room: Should we increase the minimum wage?

Unite and the Small Firms Association go head to head.

Election posters in Dublin city could be banned tonight

It follows a unanimous motion by South Dublin County councillors to look at restrictions.

Ireland's local authorities are over €4 billion in debt

Minister Simon Coveney says he doesn’t believe that any of the loans are unsustainable.

Sunday 24 July, 2016

Kenny and Martin are grandstanding about a united Ireland, says Martin Mansergh

The former TD helped to negotiate the Good Friday Agreement but told TheJournal.ie that an additional agreement is necessary since Brexit.

The man who lived The Wire, and then turned it all around

Kevin Shird spent almost 12 years in prison in Baltimore before becoming a leading community figure.

Working the frontline: Here's how I live on €23,171 (before tax) a year

‘My most foolhardy move?’ Leaving the private sector and joining An Garda Síochána, admits this frontline worker.

From The42 Galway silence the doubters, plenty for Waterford to work on — Sunday hurling talking points Comment

Galway silence the doubters, plenty for Waterford to work on — Sunday hurling talking points

Plus we take a look at what went wrong for Clare after such a positive start to the year.

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Compensation for motorists affected by collapse of Enterprise Insurance, HSE inquiry into drugs found in ambulance, and woman stabbed to death in Germany.