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Yesterday’s News

Teenage girl dies after being knocked down in Mayo

The incident happened around 5.30 pm yesterday evening.

From Business ETC 300 new jobs as Tipperary plant that lay vacant for 4 years to reopen Jobs Of Cashel

300 new jobs as Tipperary plant that lay vacant for 4 years to reopen

Amneal Pharmaceuticals has taken over the Johnson & Johnson facility.

Palestinian baby killed in fire started by Israeli settlers at his home

The child’s parents and older brother were severely injured in the blaze.

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Now you can stay on Ramsey Street thanks to Airbnb

A new competition even includes the opportunity to have dinner with Dr Karl Kennedy.

Torrential downpours set to make traffic collisions ‘almost inevitable’

Motorists are being warned to be especially careful this bank holiday weekend.

Ireland could have fewer jobs next year unless urgent action is taken

While there have has been big growth, there is still plenty to worry about.

This is how to get to know your neighbours

This is how to get to know your neighbours

A new app that has been introduced in Austria could hold all of the answers.

Registration for over-70s free GP care begins today

The announcement has been made by Health Minister Leo Varadkar.

Thursday 30 July, 2015

Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday

Murder cases in the courts, Anglo and Irish Water had people talking today.

Playboy magazine – here’s what Ireland was really missing all those years

It’s 20 years since Playboy first hit Irish shelves. Take a step back in time and have a look at its 1960s heyday.

Man admits to killing landlord Tom O’Gorman before removing organs

Tom O’Gorman, a journalist and Iona Institute researcher, was stabbed to death at his home last year.

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Former Defence Forces member guilty of manslaughter of woman who was blackmailing him

Marie Greene was stabbed to death on 13 February 2011.

What’s Eurostat’s problem with Irish Water? … How long have you got?

The full decision from Eurostat has been revealed. Irish Water looks to be a “heavily subsidised public monopoly” the agency says.

Cowen and I don’t meet much, people might think we’re up to no good – Fintan Drury

Drury – a longtime friend of the former FF Taoiseach and a non-exec director of Anglo – has been talking to the Banking Inquiry.

These amazing photos were found on old film and the internet is trying to find out who’s in them

Meagan Abell was shopping in a thrift store in Richmond, Virginia when she came across four sets of negatives.

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English teenager plotted to bomb former college and massacre ex-classmates

Liam Lyburd was arrested with a ‘kill bag’ full of bombs and ammunition.

‘I’m afraid that by the time they sort this out, I’ll be too weak for a transplant’

Health minister Leo Varadkar has sought to reassure patients waiting on a pancreas transplant.

From The42 Limerick crowned Munster U21 hurling champions as Lynch stars to see off Clare Kingpins

Limerick crowned Munster U21 hurling champions as Lynch stars to see off Clare

Victory for the away side in Cusack Park tonight.

No plans for the bank holiday? Here are the best events lined up this weekend

A quick round-up of the long weekend’s best days out.

From Business ETC Solitaire is back on Windows but it’s going to cost you Cough Up

Solitaire is back on Windows but it’s going to cost you

That’s right, it’s a freemium game.

Trailer watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend? Cinema This post contains a poll

Trailer watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend?

What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.

Missing 84-year-old woman found safe and well

She had been missing from Rathmines in Dublin.

These three women used Galway Races Ladies Day to make a point about abortion

They went back in time to talk about the present.

From The42 We’ll Leave It There So: GAA community in mourning and all of today’s sport Thursday

We’ll Leave It There So: GAA community in mourning and all of today’s sport

Miss any of today’s action? We have you covered.

From Business ETC Google can now tell you how to beat the queues in your favourite cafés Timing Is Everything
From The42 As it happened: Clare v Limerick, Munster U21 hurling final Rising Stars

Priest described gay people as “intrinsically disordered” in homily

The remarks came over the weekend of Dublin Pride.

From Business ETC Once again RTÉ shows why it’s top dog. Here are the latest radio figures Radio Wars

This is really happening – Donald Trump is killing it at the polls

The brash tycoon is polling almost 10% better than his nearest rival for the Republican presidential nomination.

From The42 Tributes pour in after the sad passing of Derry footballer Aaron Devlin RIP

Ireland’s railways could be the next up for privatisation…

The government is reportedly coming under pressure from the Union’s competition branch to put our rail services out to international tender.

Why are we so embarrassed about nudity? It’s the ultimate body celebration

Naturism taught me not to be ashamed of my body, the president of the Irish Naturist Association writes.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

The dog “sentenced to death for barking” was never ordered to be put down

Of the two complainants who gave evidence, one said that she was a dog lover and asked that the dog not be put down.