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Call for election campaign to be suspended over threat to State security from gangland crime INM

Call for election campaign to be suspended over threat to State security from gangland crime

Independent News & Media released a statement this evening to say some of their reporters were warned about risk to their safety.

From Business ETC The group trying to convince Ireland the ‘sharing economy’ is not a fad Sharing Is Caring

The group trying to convince Ireland the ‘sharing economy’ is not a fad

Uber, Airbnb and other companies in the space are joining forces.

From The42 Check your bank accounts! FAI advise fans who applied for Euro 2016 tickets Update

Check your bank accounts! FAI advise fans who applied for Euro 2016 tickets

The association has issued a statement confirming that Uefa will be taking payment for tickets from tomorrow morning.

“Bruce doesn’t just come here for the gigs – he comes for the pints too”

On his many journeys to Ireland Bruce Springsteen has made a habit of frequenting the Long Hall pub on Dublin’s George’s Street.

‘Home to what?’: Emigrants want a say in who runs the show while they’re living abroad

Barry Johnston says emigrants are exercised about having no say in the kind of country they would one day like to return to.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

€3 million for boy left with “catastrophic injuries” after Caesarean section

He now has cerebral palsy. The judge paid tribute to his family.

From The42 QUIZ: Can you recognise these players from Ireland-France 90s rugby games? Let's Get Quizzical

Scientists have proven a 100-year-old Einstein prediction

The announcement was made at a press conference today.

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From The42 It’s 30 years since Jack Charlton arrived but the FAI wanted a Liverpool icon instead

It’s 30 years since Jack Charlton arrived but the FAI wanted a Liverpool icon instead

Bob Paisley was the choice of the majority but a controversial voting process changed the course of Irish football history.

From Business ETC You can buy this huge Ballymena nuclear bunker for the same price as a house in Donnybrook Nuclear Prices

Dublin City Council ordered to pay family medical damages due to ‘the state’ of their home

Janice Maguire and her three children have been awarded at least €14,000 in damages due to the “recurrent respiratory” illnesses they’ve suffered since 2010.

Investigation over string of sexual assault claims in Dublin suburb

A number of attacks have been reported in the Shankill area in recent weeks.

Fianna Fáil wants to create jobs that pay for bills, mortgages… and a night out

Fianna Fáil has launched its manifesto in Dublin today.

Gardaí issue warning after car crash in Limerick

The driver was arrested on suspicion of drug driving.

‘I’m told I’m very transfer friendly’: Joan isn’t too worried about that poll

The Labour leader is in serious danger of losing her seat, according to a new constituency poll.

Kenneth O’Brien investigation: One man released without charge, one still in custody

Earlier this week gardaí were granted more time to question the pair.

The body of missing woman Margaret ‘Mags’ Berry has been found in Galway

Margaret had been missing since last week.

The new Top Gear will have an Irish host

The ex-Formula 1 boss will join Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc.

From The42 Sean O’Brien and the Kearneys start for Ireland, as Zebo misses out on France trip Patched Up

Sean O’Brien and the Kearneys start for Ireland, as Zebo misses out on France trip

Fergus McFadden is on Ireland’s bench as Joe Schmidt makes three changes for the trip to Paris.

Michael Healy-Rae’s brother is running for election with him

“If the votes are there for us, we’ll find out soon enough.”

10 delicious lunches in Dublin for less than €5

Short on cash? We have put together a list of ten great places to get a filling lunch in Dublin for around a fiver.

Complaints over worm in chicken nugget, animal tooth in jam and snail in sweets

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland has released details of complaints received by its advice line in 2015.

Both Bruce Springsteen shows have now sold out

The Boss plays two shows in Croke Park this May.

VIDEO: Swarm of moths invades town in Australia Dear God This post contains videos

VIDEO: Swarm of moths invades town in Australia

I can feel them on me.

From Business ETC Zuckerberg has distanced himself from ‘deeply upsetting’ comments about India Damage Control

Zuckerberg has distanced himself from ‘deeply upsetting’ comments about India

One of its board members claimed that anti-colonisation had a negative effect on India soon after it caused Facebook to withdraw its Free Basics service.

Former Nazi guard (94) goes on trial over 170,000 Auschwitz deaths

But Reinhold Hanning is unlikely to serve time over his role at the death camp.

Poll: Do you support striking Luas drivers? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you support striking Luas drivers?

Drivers want significant pay increases.

This TD’s election video is all kinds of AMAZING Back To The Future This post contains videos

This TD’s election video is all kinds of AMAZING

“I’m never going to get up to 88 in this traffic.”

Elderly woman’s son calls Joe Duffy as mother waits over two hours for ambulance

The woman’s son rang Liveline and the ambulance arrived a few minutes after he spoke on the radio.

Suspect in murder of Eastenders actor and her two sons to be extradited to UK

The bodies of Sian Blake and her sons were discovered in the garden of their home in London last month.

Luas workers on strike: here’s what you need to know to get around

The strike began this morning and will continue until Saturday.

Six children dead as bus crashes into truck

It’s the second fatal bus crash in two days in France.

Commuting liveblog: Luas strike, icy roads and heavy Dublin traffic

Here’s all the traffic, transport and weather news you need.

‘Is Labour dead?’: We answer the big election questions you’ve been Googling

You’ve asked the search engine some pretty odd and interesting questions.

The 9 at 9: Thursday

It’s almost the weekend, here’s what you need to know.