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Dublin: -2 °C Sunday 22 January, 2017

Yesterday’s News

From The Daily Edge Here's Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance performing at Trump's inauguration last night It Happened

Mystery: Three sailors arrested after disappearance of young woman in Iceland

Members of Iceland’s elite police unit flew to a trawler to question the crew.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

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

Opinion: 'Charities need to be above reproach. Afterall it's our money that funds them'

Charities will have a powerful role to play in the future but they need proper regulation, writes Cormac O’Ceallaigh.

From The42 From 14-year-old Olympian to sporting icon - the story of Tom Daley's incredible rise Interview

From 14-year-old Olympian to sporting icon - the story of Tom Daley's incredible rise

The British diver chats to The42 about his decorated career.

Mary Lou on Trump: 'I deplore and detest that politics. It makes my skin crawl'

McDonald said we shouldn’t second guess the vote of the American people.

Aussie police commander says injecting room changed Sydney 'drug capital' for the better

The Dáil is set to deal with legislation for injecting rooms here in the coming months.

From a home in Wales to a camper van in Dublin to realise the UFC dream

Welsh fighter John Phillips has been getting ready for his UFC debut in unusual surroundings.

President Trump has already signed an executive order to begin dismantling Obamacare

The order aims to “minimise the unwarranted economic and regulatory burdens” of Obamacare.

Profile: Gambia's enigmatic leader who refused to cede power (and claims he can cure AIDS with herbs)

Yahya Jammeh, who had until last night refused to accept his losing result in last month’s election, has led the west African nation since seizing power in a coup 22 years ago.

Irish booksellers 'could lose their jobs' after library contracts outsourced to UK

The chair of Bookselling Ireland said that “at least three Irish companies will more than likely go out of business”.

'It's only a matter of time before Putin makes a fool of Trump'

The former chair of Republicans Abroad Ireland tells us why he thinks Russia probably has compromising material on the new US President, but it might not matter.

Kickboxing trainee jailed for inflicting brain injury on older man

The teenager apologised to his victim in a written letter.

'The whole street is dying' - Moore Street traders feel they're being wiped out Moore Street This post contains videos

'The whole street is dying' - Moore Street traders feel they're being wiped out

Marie Cullen has been working beneath scaffolding on Moore Street for the past year.

'If this many people were dying in another way, there’d be war over it'

What do doctors and nurses want done to tackle hospital overcrowding and record numbers on trolleys? More beds, for starters.

Reports of 16 dead after bus full of teenagers crashes in northern Italy

It is believed the bus was full of Hungarians aged 16-18 returning from a school trip.

'The good name of the area is being dragged down': Four months, four murders in west Dublin estates

There is concern in the area about the level of violent crime in recent months.

Synthetic drugs: How new highs are infiltrating the Irish market

Irish people are some of the biggest consumers of synthetic drugs in Europe.

Man jailed and ordered to pay €40,000 for raping his former partner

Justice McCarthy noted the case of businessman Anthony Lyons who was jailed in 2012 for six months and ordered to pay €75,000 in compensation for an offence of sexual assault.

Largest cannabis haul in State's history linked to convicted Irish trafficker

Early investigations have pointed gardaí towards two of the country’s most powerful drug trafficking cartels.

How Trump and Obama's inaugurations compare in terms of performers, attendance and cost

Who went and how much did all the festivities cost?

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The southern town fighting back against the big city brain drain
'Yes we can', but did he? The complex legacy of Barack Obama The 44th This post contains videos

'Yes we can', but did he? The complex legacy of Barack Obama

Obama has many wins, but a few disappointments.

Friday 20 January, 2017

Mexican drug lord 'El Chapo' pleads not guilty in US

Guzman, one of the world’s most notorious criminals, has been extradited to the US to face charges.

Eurovision winner Niamh Kavanagh has a 20% risk of losing her voice for life

The 48-year-old has opened up about her health struggles.

'We've really been milking this goodbye' - Obama makes final speech before heading on holiday Bon Voyage This post contains videos

'We've really been milking this goodbye' - Obama makes final speech before heading on holiday

The former president is going on vacation to California with his wife Michelle.

From The42 Leinster draw in Castres to all but secure home Champions Cup quarter-final Honours Even

Leinster draw in Castres to all but secure home Champions Cup quarter-final

Meanwhile, Johnny Sexton picked up a calf injury in the first half of the 24-24 draw.

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Security guard stabbed in Dublin shopping centre attack

The Boots employee was brought to the Mater Hospital for his injuries.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Donald Trump, a massive drugs seizure and German breast implants – it’s the Evening Fix.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: Stevie G is back, Champions Cup XV's named and all today's sport Friday

We'll Leave It There So: Stevie G is back, Champions Cup XV's named and all today's sport

Plus, the weekend’s all-important fixture list.

Massive drugs seizure: Gardaí and customs net cannabis worth €37.5 million

The seizure happened at 2pm this afternoon.

Obama definitely beat Trump in the battle of the crowd sizes

Trump has regularly bragged about bringing in ‘big numbers’.

'This American carnage stops right here': Trump's inaugural speech does little to heal divisions

“His supporters will be thrilled, his opponents will be terrified,” one conservative commentator observed.

'America First': President Donald Trump's inaugural speech in full

“The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer.”

First Dates star admits bombarding chef Dylan McGrath with disturbing messages

Daphney Sanasie, a model from South Africa, has pleaded guilty to harassing McGrath in 2015.

Police use tear gas in Washington DC protests during President Trump's inauguration Disrupt J20 This post contains videos

Police use tear gas in Washington DC protests during President Trump's inauguration

Demonstrators have pledged to continue protesting during Trump’s presidency.

Poll: Do you feel better or worse now that Trump is US President? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you feel better or worse now that Trump is US President?

Compared to yesterday, are you feeling more upbeat, downbeat or just the same?