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Today’s News

'Tiny bug slayer': Scientists discover 10cm creature that may be related to dinosaurs

The creatures – first unearthed in 1998 among hundreds of fossils – are thought to have lived around 237 million years ago.

Johnny Depp's libel case against The Sun newspaper set to begin in the UK

The 57-year-old actor is suing the tabloid’s publisher News Group Newspapers.

Status yellow rain warnings in effect for three counties - but there'll be rain everywhere

Mayo, Galway and Clare are expected to face heavy rain until 4pm this afternoon.

Melbourne goes back under lockdown after worrying spike in virus cases

Australia will also effectively seal off the wider state of Victoria from the rest of the country.

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View from a teacher: No, we have not been 'sitting at home on full pay' in lockdown

One reader is frustrated at what she believes is the unfair portrayal of teachers throughout the lockdown period and ahead of term start in September.

Michel Barnier travels to London for face-to-face Brexit talks

Significant differences remain between the EU and the UK.

EP President: If we get into debt and don't provide anything, we'll be stealing from future generations

European Parlaiment President David Sassoli says he’s going to push for EU investment in opportunities for young people ahead of an EU financial package.

'He'd look like the Blair Witch Project': Proposal to install uplighting at Luke Kelly sculpture for security rejected

One member of the public requested the Luke Kelly head be relocated to Kilbarrack where it “would be appreciated”.

What to expect in the first 100 days of the new FF-FG-Green government

There are big challenges ahead. Here’s what to look out for.

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The Declutter Issue: 9 storage mistakes everyone mistakes - plus tips for zoning your kitchen

Quality of Irish drinking water remains extremely high but one million people 'vulnerable' to systems failures

The EPA found 99.9% of samples complied with bacterial parameter limits.

Garda detective facing multiple accusations following arrest over alleged home insurance scam

The garda has been suspended as a result of the criminal investigation.

Yesterday’s News

The HSE's Covid-19 tracing app went live this evening - here's what it looks like

The information stored on the app will not be transferred to a centralised server.

Sinn Féin suspends party activity in Dublin South-West following nomination of Holohan for mayor

Paddy Holohan was suspended from the party for five months for comments described as “offensive” on his podcast.

Woman who called police on black bird watcher in Central Park to be prosecuted

Amy Cooper faces prosecution for falsely reporting an incident.

Senior Kinahan gang figure and two associates plead guilty to drug trafficking and other offences in UK

The guilty pleas come on the back of a four-year investigation, the UK’s National Crime Agency said.

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From The42 Son and Lloris bury hatchet after half-time row as Spurs beat Everton Clash

Son and Lloris bury hatchet after half-time row as Spurs beat Everton

As Son Heung-min walked towards the players’ tunnel Hugo Lloris confronted the South Korea star.

Ghislaine Maxwell moved to New York ahead of court date on Epstein-related charges

Prosecutors have said the British socialiate poses an “extreme risk of flight”.

Man (30s) charged over fatal three-car crash in Co Tipperary

A man in his 70s died following the incident.

Motorists rescued from stranded vehicles after burst water main on London road

London Fire Brigade sent four fire engines to the scene shortly after 3.30pm.

Quiz: How well do you know the soundtracks to these films?

Test your knowledge of the sounds of the big screen.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Here’s what made the headlines today…

Dr Glynn on crowds drinking outside: 'If gatherings like that continue to happen, it's inevitable we'll run into problems'

The acting chief medical officer said today that if people make the wrong choices “we could end back up where we were”.

Barry Cowen to give statement in the Dáil tomorrow about drink-driving ban

Cowen has apologised for his actions and said he regrets what happened.

Your evening longread: Why the Mueller investigation failed

It’s a coronavirus-free zone as we bring you an interesting longread each evening to take your mind off the news.

From The42 Irish international Hayes praised after deferring full salary for a year Gesture

Irish international Hayes praised after deferring full salary for a year

The 32-year-old winger made the offer which allowed Aberdeen to sign him following his Celtic exit.

Councillors ratify nomination of Dr Tony Holohan for the honorary freedom of the city of Dublin

The new Lord Mayor Hazel Chu proposed the award for Dr Holohan, who stepped aside from his role last week.

Minister takes a 'very dim view' of private hospitals profiteering from €275 for Covid-19 test

Patients are being told they must have the test prior to having treatment at the private hospital.

Coronavirus: No new deaths and four new cases confirmed in Ireland

The latest figures were confirmed by health officials this evening.

Screen watch: Your guide to the best TV movies to catch this week

With thrillers and action aplenty – here are some picks for TV movies this week.

Man who put bomb on bus during Queen Elizabeth's 2011 visit loses appeal against sentence severity

His trial was heard in both Irish and English, as was his appeal today.

WATCH: How Covid-19 brought misinformation to Ireland

A panel of experts explore one of the major ways the coronavirus pandemic has changed our lives.

Man (30s) arrested in connection with fatal shooting of man in Leixlip in 2018

Clive Staunton (50) was shot outside a house on Glen Easton Way on 15 November 2018.

Overseas travel restrictions to remain in place until 20 July

Cabinet met in Dublin Castle today.

Man (21) charged over incident where shots were fired at gardaí in Cork over the weekend

Tommy Mannah appeared in court today charged with endangerment and firearms offences.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five stories, five minutes, five o’clock…

'He was an icon': Tributes paid to Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone RIP

'He was an icon': Tributes paid to Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone

Morricone composed scores for films The Mission, The Untouchables and Cinema Paradiso.

Dublin City Council to invest €600,000 in six new sculptures for parks and public spaces Art

Dublin City Council to invest €600,000 in six new sculptures for parks and public spaces

The announcement was made as the newly elected Lord Mayor Hazel Chu today launched ‘Sculpture Dublin’.

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