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Wednesday 23 May, 2018

From The42 NFL owners agree ban on players kneeling in protest during US national anthem Land Of The Free

NFL owners agree ban on players kneeling in protest during US national anthem

Players must stand for the Star Spangled Banner or remain in the changing rooms.

The government wants to know what you think the most significant risks facing Ireland are

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said that the more people who get involved the better.

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Australian archbishop steps down after being found guilty of covering up child sex abuse

Wilson, who faces up to two years in jail, said today he was stepping aside from his church duties.

From The42 Uncapped Byrne and Beirne in Ireland squad for summer tour to Australia After The Slam

Uncapped Byrne and Beirne in Ireland squad for summer tour to Australia

Also included is John Cooney after an outstanding season for Ulster since winning his first cap last summer.

US diplomat suffers brain injury after hearing 'abnormal' sound while working in China

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the injuries are similar to those suffered by a diplomat in Cuba.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Irish Rail confirms no trains between Dalkey and Greystones this weekend

Extensive fire damage was done to signalling equipment last week.

Police officer saves seven people - including mother and baby - from burning building

PC Neil Dobson tied up his loyal police dog, Monty, outside before rushing into the building.

Taoiseach asks employers to be 'flexible' on Friday so staff can get home to vote

Varadkar said some people have to make long journeys home to vote.

Stephen Rae stepping down as INM group editor-in-chief

Rae was group editor-in-chief for five years.

Compensation for dad who was sacked just 11 days after birth of new baby

The man’s boss congratulated him on the new arrival but then proceeded to tell him that he was being made redundant.

From The42 West Ham owner wants new boss to turn Irish international Rice into 'a strong England defender' Unlikely

West Ham owner wants new boss to turn Irish international Rice into 'a strong England defender'

David Gold says he sees the 19-year-old Ireland international as ‘the future of the England team’.

Doing 139kmph in a 50-zone in Tipperary: Figures on speeding in Ireland

One road safety report found that excessive speed was a contributory factor in one-third of all fatal collisions.

Final plea as just one day left for EuroMillions winner to claim €1 million prize

“Rummage in your handbags, wallets or purses, check on top of the fridge, the glove compartments of the car, coat pockets, wherever you keep your tickets.”

'Please come home Mam, I'm in agony': Parents of women who had crisis pregnancies urge Yes vote

Elaine Bedford spoke about her daughter’s experience taking abortion pills last year.

Donohoe defends 'rainy day fund' - but opposition parties reckon it's 'useless'

The fund has been described as “ill-thought out” and “ill-timed”.

Each side playing the blame game as fallout from the Prime Time debate no-show rolls over The Show Must Go On This post contains videos

Each side playing the blame game as fallout from the Prime Time debate no-show rolls over

Cora Sherlock has denied pulling out of last night’s Prime Time debate.

'Boy-racers doing doughnuts are driving tourists away' - Mayo County Council

“I really don’t know how they can afford to keep replacing the tyres,” one resident said.

Four men arrested after man stabbed near pub in Clondalkin last night

The four men are being held at Clondalkin Garda Station.

From The42 Arsenal announce ex-PSG boss Emery as their new head coach Taking Over

Arsenal announce ex-PSG boss Emery as their new head coach

The Spaniard succeeds Arsene Wenger, who has been in charge since 1996.

Revenue warning of bogus calls demanding payment of tax bill

Revenue advised anyone who received such a call to contact their local revenue office.

Poll: Have you decided how you will vote on Friday? Time To Vote This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you decided how you will vote on Friday?

Opinion polls on Sunday indicated that 14%-17% of people are still undecided about how they’ll vote.

Giant 'No' sign removed from Dublin Mountains, says pro-life group

The sign was taken down after the land owner received a number of concerned calls.

'Chance in a million': Mark Hennessy died after bullet ricocheted off his collarbone and tore artery

Many had wrongly criticised the garda for shooting Hennessy in the head.

Marks and Spencer announce widespread price reductions to compete with discount shops

The high-end shopping chain yesterday announced that it was to close over 100 of its stores in the UK .

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Here’s what’s making the news this morning.

Books of condolence have been opened following the murder of Ana Kriegel

The 14-year-old was found dead last Thursday.

Man (33) dies after being stabbed in Kerry

A 30-year-old man has been arrested.

Parents go to court to boot 30-year-old son from New York home

His parents gave him over $1,000 dollars to help him start a new life away from their home.

GoFundMe page for family of Jastine Valdez reaches over €80,000 in one day

Over 3,000 people have donated money to a GoFundMe page in 24 hours.

From The42 Despite anti-gay posts, Folau 'not a distraction' ahead of Ireland series - Cheika No Distractions

Despite anti-gay posts, Folau 'not a distraction' ahead of Ireland series - Cheika

The Wallabies star posted a series of anti-gay social media post last month.

Temperatures expected to reach up to 22 degrees all this week

It’s due to get close and humid over the weekend.

Philip Roth, a giant of American literature, has died aged 85 RIP

Philip Roth, a giant of American literature, has died aged 85

His body of work includes American Pastoral, I Married a Communist and The Human Stain.

'She was not a baby with a fatal foetal abnormality, she was my baby, and she was perfect'

We are being asked to sanction every future abortion in Ireland on the basis of my pain, and the pain of women like me, writes Vicky Wall.

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Irish parents share their airport survival tips - plus should I let my son wear pink?

Trial for Rihanna's former bodyguard, who is accused of harassing garda, delayed

Geoffrey Keating allegedly sent messages to the guard after being given his private phone number.

HSE lodges High Court cases against several pharmacies

The defendants include pharmacies based in Dublin, Cork, Waterford and Tipperary.

How many women in Ireland request abortion pills? How safe are they? Are they illegal?

And how much will they cost if abortion is legalised in Ireland?

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