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Today’s News

Female worker sexually assaulted in series of incidents awarded €25,000 WRC

Female worker sexually assaulted in series of incidents awarded €25,000

An investigation carried out by the employer did not uphold any of her sex harassment allegations.

Prince Andrew 'uncooperative' in Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking investigation, says NY prosecutor

Geoffrey Berman says the FBI had contacted Prince Andrew’s lawyers and asked to interview him.

Ryanair must pay portion of Peter Bellew's legal costs, court rules

Ryanair had aimed to block Peter Bellew from taking a new role at one of their chief competitors.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Kerry woman's body exhumed and reburied after being buried in wrong grave following mix-up

Kerry County Council has issued formal apologies to both families involved.

Search in Cork for missing person Martin Faherty is stood down

Gardaí say that a body has been found.

Aontú withdraws application for injunction against RTÉ

The seven-way debate is scheduled to take place on RTÉ One tonight.

From The42 Kobe Bryant's relentless spirit inspired fans and players alike through his illustrious career Black Mamba This post contains videos

Kobe Bryant's relentless spirit inspired fans and players alike through his illustrious career

The basketball icon and his daughter, Gianna, were among nine killed in a helicopter crash yesterday.

Irish people now advised to avoid entire province of Hubei due to coronavirus

The Department of Foreign Affairs has advised people to avoid the province of Hubei.

Man given suspended sentence for assaulting escort

Ben O’Reilly (21) had pleaded not guilty to assaulting Fernanda de Freitas.

'I'll never forgive him': Family of one-punch assault victim describe how lives have been 'ripped apart'

Jonathan Dargan (49) was found guilty of killing Patrick Mullally by a jury last November.

What's your big election question for Brendan Howlin? It's YOUR chance to ask

We want to put your questions to all the party leaders before 8 February.

Tributes to 'leader and bridge-builder' Séamus Mallon at funeral mass in Co Armagh RIP

Tributes to 'leader and bridge-builder' Séamus Mallon at funeral mass in Co Armagh

The 83-year-old died at his home in Co Armagh on Friday.

Ireland's first FGM conviction: Father sentenced to 5.5 years, mother sentenced to 4 years and 9 months

Judge Elma Sheahan described the parents’ actions as “the most egregious breaches of trust by those who are presumed to protect their infant child”.

Community in Newcastle to receive 'necessary supports' following deaths of three siblings

The three siblings, Conor (9), Darragh (7) and Carla (3) McGinley were found dead on Friday evening.

Wife and children of murdered garda Tony Golden agree €1.4m settlement

The garda was killed as he responded to a domestic violence complaint in 2015.

From The42 O'Driscoll: Ireland need a 'thug' who will throw their weight around BOD

O'Driscoll: Ireland need a 'thug' who will throw their weight around

The former Ireland captain also warned it will be difficult for Andy Farrell to experiment during the Six Nations.

Trump allegedly said he wanted to withhold aid from Ukraine, says his former national security adviser

John Bolton writes in a book draft that Trump told him he wanted to withhold aid from Ukraine.

Brexit withdrawal agreement would not have been reached without help from Ireland, says Barnier

Michel Barnier met with Varadkar and Helen McEntee this morning in government buildings.

President Higgins says rise of extremism 'deeply worrying' before 75th Holocaust Remembrance Day

Today is the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland.

Appeal for witnesses to incident where man was killed after being struck by pole

The incident happened in Clonmel on Friday 16 August last year.

Passenger jet skids from runway on to street in Iran

No major injuries were reported after the plane apparently lost its landing gear.

Poll: Should homework be banned at primary school level? Poll This post contains a poll

Poll: Should homework be banned at primary school level?

The idea has been raised again by the Green Party in its election manifesto.

Woman (60) dies after taking part in cake-eating competition on Australia Day

The woman had a seizure after she “shovelled a lamington into her mouth”, broadcaster ABC reported.

Half of primary school students unable to kick a ball properly, study finds

Half of children studied were found to be unable to kick a ball properly.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your week.

From The42 Brian Kerr could be set for FAI return after 15-year exile Have A Ging

Brian Kerr could be set for FAI return after 15-year exile

The famous Dubliner has been frozen out since John Delaney issued him a P45 in 2005.

EU will have upper hand in post-Brexit trade talks, Varadkar warns Johnson

The Taoiseach is meeting with the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier in Dublin this morning.

'Tonight is for Kobe': Billie Eilish dominates Grammy wins as award show pays tribute to Bryant

Eilish won five awards, including both album and song of the year.

'Words can't describe the pain': Tributes paid to basketball star Kobe Bryant following his death RIP

'Words can't describe the pain': Tributes paid to basketball star Kobe Bryant following his death

The 41-year old was killed in a helicopter crash near Los Angeles on Sunday.

Death toll from coronavirus rises to 80, with over 2,700 confirmed cases

China’s health minister warned that the virus seems to be spreading more easily.

Opinion: How would I, a refugee in Ireland, vote in this election?

Voting is a privilege and homelessness is the biggest challenge, writes Evgeny Shtorn.

Charities and community groups pen open letter to politicians urging them not to use 'hate speech'

Groups including Amnesty International Ireland have called for politicians to avoid hate speech during their campaigns.

Parents convicted of allowing FGM to be carried out on daughter to be sentenced today

The couple were found guilty following a trial last November.

Cost of refurbishing State-owned factory spirals from €1.2 million to over €3 million

Údaras na Gaeltachta says it is confident the State is receiving value for money.

Yesterday’s News

Brexit is happening this Friday - here's why you won't notice much changing

It had seemed like this day would never come – and on 31 January it also might feel like it it hasn’t come at all.

From The42 'The senior guys, they didn't like me, they didn't want an Irish guy coming over' Looking Back

'The senior guys, they didn't like me, they didn't want an Irish guy coming over'

Waterford legend Alfie Hale reflects on his remarkable career in Irish and British football.

Basketball star Kobe Bryant (41) and his 13-year-old daughter have died in a helicopter crash

Police and fire personnel are at the scene and an investigation is underway.

How I Spend My Money: A 23-year-old clerical officer on €23,000 who lives in Louth

This week, our reader details her spending in the week before Christmas and realised just how expensive that holiday is.

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Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

The coronavirus continues to spread, election campaigns in full swing, and a commemorative Brexit coin… It’s The Fix.

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