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Today’s News

Here's where the dirtiest takeaways and restaurants in Ireland were in 2018

In all, the FSAI issued over 100 enforcement orders last year.

Yesterday’s News

'We're really only nine meals removed from total anarchy': Ireland's preppers and survivalists

“The main thing is we do know that if something was to happen we’d be more than comfortable.”

US govt shutdown: Trump offers Democrats deal on immigration in exchange for wall money

The announcement comes as amid the longest-running US government shutdown in history.

Romanian gang members flee Ireland despite surrendering passports Exclusive

They were due back before the courts two months ago.

Police investigate suspected car bomb in Derry city centre

Emergency services are at the scene outside a courthouse in Derry.

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Quiz: Did people really say these things about Brexit?

There’s been quite a few ridiculous things said by politicians about Brexit, but how well can you remember them?

A place to grow old where you're 'never short of company' McAuley Place This post contains videos

A place to grow old where you're 'never short of company'

McAuley Place is situated in Naas, Co Kildare and sees 53 apartments available to residents over 65 years of age.

From The42 GAA confirm ticket price increases for both league and championship Price Hike

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

CervicalCheck campaigner Orla Church has died

Orla Church was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2015.

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From The42 Munster show their mettle under pressure to take quarter-final berth with win over Chiefs Knockout Rugby

Munster show their mettle under pressure to take quarter-final berth with win over Chiefs

Tadhg Beirne led the way as Munster found a way to beat a brilliant Exeter side.

Thousands take to streets of US for Women's March amid government shutdown

Many wore pink “pussy” hats to protest Trump’s demeaning comments about women.

How many shamrocks designs did Aer Lingus go through to concoct its new image? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The number of species of wild coffee that are at risk of extinction.

French yellow vests hit back at Macron's debate attempts with 10th weekend of protests

In Paris, several thousand people marched peacefully through the Left Bank in freezing temperatures.

From The42 Salah scores landmark goal as Liverpool survive scare to extend lead at top Nervy

Salah scores landmark goal as Liverpool survive scare to extend lead at top

Man City have a chance to reduce Jurgen Klopp’s side’s deficit to four points if they win at Huddersfield tomorrow

Opinion: If you are planning on passing off your unwanted junk food as presents - stop!

With the majority of Irish adults overweight and children’s tooth decay on the rise, its time to think about the real cost giving sugary gifts, writes Mary McCarthy.

From The42 Ulster produce rousing comeback in Leicester to claim a precious quarter-final Suftum

Ulster produce rousing comeback in Leicester to claim a precious quarter-final

The northern province have reached the knock-out stages for the first time since 2014.

Appeal for witnesses after man (37) shot dead in Warrenpoint last night

A 21-year-old woman who also sustained gunshot injuries remains in critical condition in intensive care.

Is there a dark side to the 10-Year Challenge meme?

An Irish tech commentator has weighed in on the sinister theory behind the craze.

Detectives 'extremely close' to breakthrough over murder of RUC officer in Omagh

Michael Ferguson (21) was shot dead while on duty in Shipquay Street in the city on 23 January 1993.

Spanish rescuers drilling tunnel to search for two-year-old boy trapped in well since last week

Julen Rosello fell down a very narrow shaft more than 100 metres deep on Sunday.

'One of the good guys': Tributes paid to Windsor Davies star of 'It Ain't Half Hot Mum' RIP

'One of the good guys': Tributes paid to Windsor Davies star of 'It Ain't Half Hot Mum'

The veteran actor has passed away at the age of 88.

Gardaí investigating after teen allegedly assaulted and threatened by two men

The incident happened on Station Road, Sutton in Dublin at around 5.30pm on Wednesday.

Mexico fuel-pipe blaze death toll rises to 66

The tragedy comes as the federal government is waging a highly publicised war on fuel theft.

From The42 As it happened: Liverpool v Crystal Palace, Man United v Brighton, Premier League Liveblog

As it happened: Liverpool v Crystal Palace, Man United v Brighton, Premier League

Liverpool faced Crystal Palace and Man United taking on Brighton on a busy day of Premier League action.

Robert Mueller disputes BuzzFeed article that claimed Trump ordered Cohen to lie to Congress

The report said Trump ordered Michael Cohen to lie about a Russian skyscraper project they pursued during the 2016 election.

From The42 Shane Lowry completes dream start to 2019 and wins big in Abu Dhabi Proud Day This post contains videos

Shane Lowry completes dream start to 2019 and wins big in Abu Dhabi

The Offaly man produced a brilliant comeback to seal a first tournament win since 2015.

From the Garden: It's time to reflect on all the food we are importing that could be grown here

It’s no longer just about ‘exotic’ fruit and veg that are difficult to grow in Ireland, we are now importing lots of veg that grow perfectly well here, writes Michael Kelly.

Poll: Would you like an Irish unity referendum in the event of a no-deal Brexit? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you like an Irish unity referendum in the event of a no-deal Brexit?

McDonald has reiterated her call for an Irish unity referendum following her phone conversation with May yesterday.

'It's hatred that killed Pawel': Poland bids farewell to murdered mayor

Adamowicz, 53, was stabbed in the heart in front of hundreds of people at a charity fundraiser last weekend.

Man and woman arrested as gardaí seize €500k worth of drugs in Drimnagh

Gardaí were targeting the activities of a Drimnagh based organised criminal group.

Woman (40s) dies in house fire in Clifden, Co Galway

The fire broke out at a house in Tullyvoheen shortly after 7pm last night.

Fire services extinguish early morning blaze at Laois pub

The fire has caused extensive damage to the public house.

From The42 The one-time Irish wonderkid now back at Liverpool Unbreakable This post contains videos

The one-time Irish wonderkid now back at Liverpool

Once considered Ireland’s next big thing, Richie Partridge on how his failure to make it as a top-level footballer opened up a new path.

Opinion: CBT and improv helped me to conquer my social anxiety (people-terror)

‘I’ve failed job interviews, turned down opportunities and ruined relationships because of anxiety’, writes Stephen Buggy.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

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

Farmers having been 'milking on' past Christmas and making tonnes and tonnes of butter

It’s been an exceptionally productive period for Ireland’s dairy farmers.

Trump plans 'major announcement' on government shutdown and southern border

Trump will be speaking from the Diplomatic Room at 8pm.

'It's impossible to completely predict what might be in short supply and what might be in ridiculous oversupply'

The price of staples like flour, milk and eggs would surge in the event of a hard Brexit.

'Wine is not comparable to other alcohols': French minister causes stir with bold alcohol claim

'Wine is not comparable to other alcohols': French minister causes stir with bold alcohol claim

Guillaume blamed binge drinking among young people largely on spirits.

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