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Friday 21 July, 2017

From The42 Gold for Ireland! Gina Akpe-Moses wins European U20 100m title What A Run

Gold for Ireland! Gina Akpe-Moses wins European U20 100m title

“It was the run of my life, I can’t believe it.”

The 5 at 5: Friday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Gardaí confirm body found in woods was that of missing Linda Evans

Linda was reported missing on 24 June from Connolly Hospital.

The world's largest ever outbreak of cholera looks like it's about to get even worse

Yemen’s rainy season could accelerate the outbreak, agencies have warned.

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24-year-old man charged over rape and false imprisonment of Spanish student

The 18-year-old woman told gardaí the alleged incident occurred at a site near Pigeon House Road.

People can now get the fuel allowance in two lump sums (rather than every week)

The news was welcomed by a number of parties.

Limerick removal delayed as Aer Lingus flight arrived without the body

The coffin of Mary O’Brien wasn’t put on a flight from Heathrow due to “operational reasons”.

Poll: If you turn down a wedding invitation, should you still send a present? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

INM has struck a deal for the controversial closure of its pension schemes

The newspaper group will put over €50 million into the retirement funds between now and 2023.

Maiden voyage of new Louth-Down ferry service cancelled due to 'severe weather'

The ferry, which will cross over Carlingford Lough, has rescheduled its maiden voyage for tomorrow.

'I've done a bad thing': 5-year-old girl fined £150 for selling lemonade outside her London home

Council officials filmed themselves reading the five-year-old a legal statement.

From The42 Overnight leader Kuchar in strong position as McIlroy marches into contention The Open

Overnight leader Kuchar in strong position as McIlroy marches into contention

Spieth and Koepka are among the afternoon starters at Royal Birkdale.

Coast Guard volunteer Caitríona Lucas who died on duty awarded posthumous degree

Lucas was praised at the graduation ceremony in Wales, where her achievements as a volunteer were read out.

‘No need for panic’: Dublin Fire Brigade simulate ‘active shooter’ on Luas to train paramedics

The drill was far bigger than most simulations the fire brigade carry out.

US to ban travel to North Korea in the coming weeks

Relationships with North Korea have been strained since it successfully tested an intercontinental ballistic missile.

Poll: Have you ever fallen victim to a mail fraud or email scam? Scam-a-lot This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you ever fallen victim to a mail fraud or email scam?

Guarding your personal and bank details is essential for modern living, but it’s possible for even the wary to be caught out occasionally.

The 9 at 9: Friday

Woman who posed as man to trick friend into having sex jailed a second time, and three people die in road accident in Louth – it’s the 9 at 9.

Dublin couple with three children both diagnosed with terminal cancer

The couple has three children under the age of 10.

Woman who tricked friend into having sex by posing as man jailed for over six years in retrial

The victim told the court she was persuaded to wear a blindfold at all times when her and Newlands were together.

Female pensioner arrested after 74-year-old man scammed out of thousands of pounds

The man had been the victim of a scam involving alleged Ministry of Justice bank charges.

Men under 50 banned from entering Jerusalem's Old City for Muslim prayers as tensions rise

Tensions have risen following an attack nearby that killed two policemen.

From The42 Problems with goal scoring have hurt Cork all year, it'll be key to their hopes against Mayo Back Of The Net

Problems with goal scoring have hurt Cork all year, it'll be key to their hopes against Mayo

The Rebels season is on the line tomorrow at the Gaelic Grounds.

Two dead, 120 injured, in massive earthquake in Greece and Turkey

The massive quake, which measured 6.7 on the Richter scale, struck at 11.30pm Irish time last night.

'Just a taste of what is to come': Worldwide operation shuts down two huge 'dark web' markets

Underground websites AlphaBay and Hansa Market had tens of thousands of sellers.

HSE boss defends the downgrading of Roscommon Hospital

The downgrading of the hospital and the closure of the emergency department polarised the community back in 2011.

'We're planning for the here-and-now, but we must future-proof our housing system too'

We need to plan for the next 10 to 20 years to make sure we get it right, writes John O’Connor.

Ireland is the 10th most reputable country in the world

In total, Ireland scored 77.47 out of 100.

'Not a legacy to be proud of': Charities tell ministers how to pull 139,000 children out of poverty

Today, leading NGOs will outline measures they say could make a real different to the quality of life of children in this country.

'I just felt really embarrassed': Calls to end Irish Rail 24 hour notice for people with disabilities

Earlier this month, a wheelchair user had to wait 15 minutes for Irish Rail to help her exit a train.

The UK is cracking down on gender stereotyping in adverts - what about Ireland?

A report was released this week calling for stronger regulation of adverts in the UK.

Limerick hospital apologises after pensioner forced to hear his own leg amputation

Peter Stapleton was not given headphones and was forced to listen to his upper leg being cut off with a saw.

Thursday 20 July, 2017

Dr Rhona Mahony: 'People on the frontline are becoming scared to practice medicine in Ireland'

The Master of the National Maternity Hospital said the fall in recruitment is a big concern in the Irish health service.

Neil Armstrong's moon bag sells for $1.8 million in New York

A lawyer bought the bag for less than $1,000.

From The42 'My caddy said, 'You're Rory McIlroy, what the 'f*** are you doing?'' Pep Talk

'My caddy said, 'You're Rory McIlroy, what the 'f*** are you doing?''

JP Fitzgerald had a motivational speech to help the world number four turn his first round at the Open Championship around.

Man (69) who pleasured himself while being washed by care assistants avoids jail

Michael Mason plead guilty to sexual assault.

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Eight people discovered in shipping container at Rosslare Port

Three adults and five children were discovered.

Cecil the lion's son Xanda shot dead in Zimbabwe trophy hunt

Cecil’s killing sparked international outcry in 2015.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Commissioner orders review of child sex abuse case, medical students injured in Malawi and OJ Simpson to be freed – it’s the Fix.

Commissioner orders review of sex abuse victim's claims that gardai 'forgot to send file to the DPP' Exclusive

TheJournal.ie has been highlighting the woman’s case, which was shelved by gardai for 11 years.

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.