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Man killed after attack at Co Kerry funeral named locally
# Tralee
# Tralee

Man killed after attack at Co Kerry funeral named locally

8 minutes ago 2,875 Views 0 Comments

Thomas Dooley was killed during yesterday’s attack in the grounds of Rathass Cemetery in Tralee.

Scrubs co-executive producer charged with 18 counts of sexual assault
# Court
# Court

Scrubs co-executive producer charged with 18 counts of sexual assault

9 minutes ago 1,406 Views 0 Comments

Eric Weinberg is said to have ‘relied on his Hollywood credentials’ to lure young women to photo shoots where he allegedly assaulted them.

Woman (80s) dies following two-car collision in Mayo
# Liscosker
# Liscosker

Woman (80s) dies following two-car collision in Mayo

42 minutes ago 2,349 Views 0 Comments

The crash occurred on 24 September.

Ireland to join European centre for countering hybrid threats such as cyber and disinformation
# Security
# Security

Ireland to join European centre for countering hybrid threats such as cyber and disinformation

1 hour ago 1,524 Views 10 Comments

The centre allows member states to develop responses to the activities of adversaries below the threshold of war.

Housing situation for Erasmus students coming to Ireland 'has never been so dire'
# Céad Míle Fáilte
# Céad Míle Fáilte

Housing situation for Erasmus students coming to Ireland 'has never been so dire'

7 hours ago 7,376 Views 28 Comments

The head of Ireland’s Erasmus network said that foreign students are finding it impossible to move here

Yesterday's News

Irish woman arrested in South Africa in connection with murders of two men in 2014
# Bloemfontein
# Bloemfontein

Irish woman arrested in South Africa in connection with murders of two men in 2014

8 hours ago 21,392 Views 0 Comments

The bodies of Eoin O’Connor and Anthony Keegan were found in May 2014.

Action on pay imperative if Govt serious about overhauling Defence Forces, PDFORRA insists
# Defence
# Defence

Action on pay imperative if Govt serious about overhauling Defence Forces, PDFORRA insists

Updated 9 hours ago 10,116 Views 6 Comments

The group is holding its annual delegate conference in Ballybofey, Co Donegal.

Chelsea swat aside AC Milan to revive Champions League bid
# Comfortable
From The42
# Comfortable

Chelsea swat aside AC Milan to revive Champions League bid

9 hours ago 6,743 Views 1 Comment

Graham Potter’s side won for the first time in three Group E games.

Man (20s) in critical condition, three others injured following two-car collision in Co Clare
# Drumline
# Drumline

Man (20s) in critical condition, three others injured following two-car collision in Co Clare

9 hours ago 16,972 Views 2 Comments

The collision occurred at around 6.10pm this evening.

Irish Water says supplies in Dublin and Wicklow safe to drink after reports of 'earthy' taste
# All Clear
# All Clear

Irish Water says supplies in Dublin and Wicklow safe to drink after reports of 'earthy' taste

9 hours ago 7,241 Views 14 Comments

Irish Water conducted tests of the drinking water in the Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, Dublin City and North and East Wicklow areas.

Fianna Fáil hears proposal for Marc MacSharry to rejoin the parliamentary party
# Back In The Fold
# Back In The Fold

Fianna Fáil hears proposal for Marc MacSharry to rejoin the parliamentary party

9 hours ago 16,624 Views 15 Comments

A proposal was brought by TD Barry Cowen to have MacSharry reinstated in the party.

Man charged in relation to seizure of €110k of drugs and almost €30k in cash in Longford
# Longford Town
# Longford Town

Man charged in relation to seizure of €110k of drugs and almost €30k in cash in Longford

Updated 10 hours ago 9,367 Views 3 Comments

The drugs and cash were seized during the search of two houses in Longford Town yesterday.

Putin vows to 'stabilise' annexed regions as Ukrainian forces press counterattack
# Ukraine
# Ukraine

Putin vows to 'stabilise' annexed regions as Ukrainian forces press counterattack

10 hours ago 10,850 Views 5 Comments

Ukrainian troops have retaken a string of towns and villages in Kherson, Luhansk and Donetsk in recent weeks.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
# Evening Fix
# Evening Fix

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

10 hours ago 5,325 Views 0 Comments

Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.

Teenage grandmaster cheated 'more than 100' times, claims chess platform
# Allegation
From The42
# Allegation

Teenage grandmaster cheated 'more than 100' times, claims chess platform

11 hours ago 29,066 Views 20 Comments

Hans Niemann has come under scrutiny of late.

Irish diplomat: Global supply and 'skyrocketing' fertiliser costs a key driver of world hunger
# Patricia O'Brien
# Patricia O'Brien

Irish diplomat: Global supply and 'skyrocketing' fertiliser costs a key driver of world hunger

11 hours ago 7,406 Views 9 Comments

Ambassador Patricia O’Brien has been based in the Italian capital since December, 2021.

Gardaí appeal for assistance in finding 35-year-old man missing from Co Kildare
# Missing
# Missing

Gardaí appeal for assistance in finding 35-year-old man missing from Co Kildare

11 hours ago 17,540 Views 0 Comments

Terry Dunne was last seen on Tuesday, 20 September in Newbridge, Co Kildare.

'They said there's no reason chemo would stop you from playing' - A Tipperary comeback
# James Barry
From The42
# James Barry

'They said there's no reason chemo would stop you from playing' - A Tipperary comeback

12 hours ago 31,025 Views 0 Comments

All-Ireland winner James Barry has made an inspiring return to hurling.

Tom Clonan: Putin's running out of conventional military solutions to impose his will on Ukraine
# Opinion
# Opinion

Tom Clonan: Putin's running out of conventional military solutions to impose his will on Ukraine

12 hours ago 19,798 Views 35 Comments

The security analyst writes that on the other hand, the Ukrainian motivation to fight is high.

Wicklow landowners fined €1,000 each for setting gorse on fire out of season
# Wicklow
# Wicklow

Wicklow landowners fined €1,000 each for setting gorse on fire out of season

12 hours ago 15,945 Views 8 Comments

Burning living vegetation during the closed season is an offence under Section 40 of the Wildlife Acts 1976-2018.

Man dies, woman injured after attack at a cemetery during funeral in Co Kerry
# Tralee
# Tralee

Man dies, woman injured after attack at a cemetery during funeral in Co Kerry

Updated 13 hours ago 108,354 Views 0 Comments

The incident shortly before midday in Rathass Cemetery in Tralee.

Broadcasting Authority dismisses magazine owner's complaints against Liveline
# Joe Duffy
# Joe Duffy

Broadcasting Authority dismisses magazine owner's complaints against Liveline

13 hours ago 24,349 Views 8 Comments

The owner of The Public Sector Magazine complained about claims made by callers on the popular show.

Emerging Ireland survive late scare to seal second win in South Africa
# Close Affair
From The42
# Close Affair

Emerging Ireland survive late scare to seal second win in South Africa

13 hours ago 18,117 Views 13 Comments

Simon Easterby’s side racked up a big early lead but were drawn into a battle in Bloemfontein.

Inquest findings into death of Derry mother shot by soldier to be sent to prosecution service
# Northern Ireland
# Northern Ireland

Inquest findings into death of Derry mother shot by soldier to be sent to prosecution service

13 hours ago 7,237 Views 0 Comments

Kathleen Thompson was killed by a bullet to the chest in her back garden in Derry in 1971.

Ryanair lodges objection against €200 million runway tunnel at Dublin Airport
# DAA
# DAA

Ryanair lodges objection against €200 million runway tunnel at Dublin Airport

13 hours ago 33,194 Views 25 Comments

The airline said the underpass will “contribute towards an excessively high per passenger price cap and damage the recovery of Irish aviation”.

Taoiseach criticised for lack of clarity on disconnection moratorium for pay-as-you-go customers
# Pay As You Go
# Pay As You Go

Taoiseach criticised for lack of clarity on disconnection moratorium for pay-as-you-go customers

Updated 14 hours ago 11,477 Views 22 Comments

Martin maintains there are extra protections in place to protect customers.

Family 'deeply saddened' as Irishman Rory Mason, 23, killed while fighting for Ukraine
# Ukraine War
# Ukraine War

Family 'deeply saddened' as Irishman Rory Mason, 23, killed while fighting for Ukraine

Updated 14 hours ago 106,199 Views 106 Comments
  • Rory Mason's family learnt of his death from the Department of Foreign Affairs.
  • His father Rob said: “Rory was a private young man of drive, purpose and conviction."
  • The International Legion tor the Defence of Ukraine called him a "brother in arms".
15-year-old missing from Kerry found safe and well
# Missing
# Missing

15-year-old missing from Kerry found safe and well

14 hours ago 7,846 Views 0 Comments

Gardaí thanked the public for their assistance in the matter.

British Boxing Board of Control say Benn-Eubank Jr fight is ‘prohibited’
# Boxing
From The42
# Boxing

British Boxing Board of Control say Benn-Eubank Jr fight is ‘prohibited’

Updated 14 hours ago 26,552 Views 10 Comments

Promoters earlier claimed the fight would go ahead despite Benn returning an adverse finding for trace amounts of a fertility drug.

Clare man goes on trial for murder of mother-of-two Sharon Bennett
# Courts
# Courts

Clare man goes on trial for murder of mother-of-two Sharon Bennett

14 hours ago 8,630 Views 0 Comments

The trial heard the woman died as a result of a violent attack at a public toilet in Ennis last year.

M People founder says band are ‘livid’ their song was used by Liz Truss at Tory conference
# Moving On Up
# Moving On Up

M People founder says band are ‘livid’ their song was used by Liz Truss at Tory conference

14 hours ago 21,551 Views 7 Comments

The British Prime Minister entered to the track’s famous chorus ‘Cause I’m movin’ on up, you’re movin’ on out’.

Spotify acquires Dublin-based tech firm Kinzen to detect harmful content
# Tech Company
# Tech Company

Spotify acquires Dublin-based tech firm Kinzen to detect harmful content

15 hours ago 14,355 Views 3 Comments

The company was set up by Storyful founder Mark Little and ex-Facebook executive Áine Kerr.

Alec Baldwin reaches settlement with family of cinematographer killed on film set
# Halyna Hutchins
# Halyna Hutchins

Alec Baldwin reaches settlement with family of cinematographer killed on film set

15 hours ago 17,207 Views 0 Comments

The actor fatally shot Halyna Hutchins with a prop gun during a rehearsal for “Rust” in New Mexico last October.

Professor Breda Smyth appointed new chief medical officer at the Department of Health
# New Cmo
# New Cmo

Professor Breda Smyth appointed new chief medical officer at the Department of Health

15 hours ago 15,587 Views 0 Comments

Professor Smyth has been the interim chief medical officer since July, after Dr Tony Holohan stood down from the role.

Limerick garda detective and businessman sent forward for trial on corruption charges
# Court
# Court

Limerick garda detective and businessman sent forward for trial on corruption charges

15 hours ago 20,177 Views 0 Comments

The trial date, 2 May, 2023, was fixed when the case was brought up for mention before Ms Justice Patricia Ryan.

Labour calls for State apology and compensation for thalidomide survivors
# State Apology
# State Apology

Labour calls for State apology and compensation for thalidomide survivors

16 hours ago 7,492 Views 6 Comments

Taoiseach Micheál Martin said that he wanted to develop a “mediation approach” with the survivors.

Tánaiste rejects Ibec suggestion that 'proof' would be required for domestic abuse paid leave
# IBEC
# IBEC

Tánaiste rejects Ibec suggestion that 'proof' would be required for domestic abuse paid leave

17 hours ago 11,168 Views 34 Comments

‘What is a victim supposed to do? Come in with their black eye?’ said TD Louise O’Reilly.

Fourth teenager charged over ramming of garda car in Dublin
# Cherry Orchard
# Cherry Orchard

Fourth teenager charged over ramming of garda car in Dublin

Updated 17 hours ago 13,391 Views 0 Comments

Gardaí have made five arrests in this investigation.

700 Aer Lingus customers still waiting on compensation for flight cancellations last month
# Flight Cancellations
# Flight Cancellations

700 Aer Lingus customers still waiting on compensation for flight cancellations last month

17 hours ago 7,073 Views 12 Comments

Aer Lingus representatives are appearing before politicians to answer questions about the outage.

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