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Today’s News

Sammy Wilson says DUP won't vote for Theresa May's deal, and would prefer an extension

In an opinion piece for the Telegraph, Wilson wrote that May’s deal was ” toxic”, “flawed” and “damaging”.

MEPs vote to scrap daylight savings - Ireland now has 12 months to say if it'll follow suit

The clocks are set to go forward this weekend, but that could be scrapped altogether in the future.

Residents stage protest at Direct Provision centre in Cork Clonakilty Lodge This post contains videos

Residents stage protest at Direct Provision centre in Cork

They are unhappy they did not get to meet Minister David Stanton when he visited the centre yesterday.

From The42 O'Connell confirms Stade Francais departure after one season Au Revoir

O'Connell confirms Stade Francais departure after one season

The former Ireland second row says he does not plan to join another club next season amid links to Toulon.

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McDonald says Commonwealth debate should happen in the context of a conversation about Irish reunification

Her comments come after the DUP’s Jeffrey Donaldson said Ireland should join the Commonwealth.

PSNI refers its handling of Tyrone disco crush to Ombudsman

The PSNI has said the first officers at the scene “withdrew to await further police support”.

'Our little warrior': Boy in stable condition after hit-and-run incident in Cork

Paul Higgins thanked everyone who had sent good wishes in a Facebook post.

Mother of newborn baby found dead in Cork maternity hospital

An investigation is underway and the cause of death is currently unknown.

Sipo finds against two councillors over contraventions of the Ethics in Public Office Act

Sipo today published two separate reports following investigation hearings.

Seven in 10 people don't support John Delaney's continued involvement with the FAI

Irish football fans are reported to be planning protests during tonight’s game against Georgia.

Poll: Should the four-year time period for divorce be reduced? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the four-year time period for divorce be reduced?

Under the current system, married couples need to have lived apart for at least four years during the previous five years.

Fines totalling more than €126k in court crackdown on M50 toll dodgers

The penalties yesterday ranged from €2,500 to €15,000.

Explainer: Indicative votes ahead as MPs 'take back control' - but will it make a difference to Brexit?

Theresa May wanted a meaningful vote this week, but instead has a series of indicative votes instead.

'Unwanted, unexpected and unsolicited': Boxer kisses reporter on lips during interview

Kubrat Pulev said he did it because he was “so elated” about his victory – the reporter said it was “embarrassing and strange”.

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Gardaí investigating after 19-year-old man shot in the leg in Louth

The man presented to hospital at around 11.30pm last night.

From The42 Goal-shy Ireland facing another anxious Aviva night against Georgia Georgia On Our Mind

Goal-shy Ireland facing another anxious Aviva night against Georgia

With the Irish attack misfiring and controversy raging off the field, it may be a difficult return to Lansdowne Road for Mick McCarthy.

NTA expected to confirm planned Metrolink will terminate at Charlemont stop

The proposed route to Sandyford would have meant prolonged disruption to the Luas line.

Israel continues Gaza air strikes and Palestinian militants fire rockets despite apparent ceasefire

“Our response was very powerful, very very powerful,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.

'Back me and sack me': How the British papers covered MPs 'taking control' of House

MPs have voted to seize control of parliamentary business in an unprecedented move that the government called “dangerous”.

Four-year time limit on divorce to be removed from Constitution if referendum passed

Through primary legislation the government would introduce, you would have to live apart for two years before getting a divorce.

Trump says 'evil' and 'treasonous' enemies will face scrutiny over Mueller report findings

The Pentagon also gave the green light for the first tranche of funds for Trump’s Mexico border wall.

Carbon taxes won’t stop climate change – we need more radical action

Fossil fuels are already taxed to the hilt and people haven’t moved to electric vehicles for one simple reason – they cannot afford to, writes Brian O’Boyle.

Conor McGregor announces his retirement from MMA

“Proper Pina Coladas on me fellas,” the UFC star tweeted early this morning.

Religious order that ran Tuam says it was 'under supervision, direction and inspection' of Irish State

That’s according to a confidential letter to a government minister.

Appeal lodged after council rejects plan for a penguinarium in Galway

Galway Atlantaquaria is appealing the decision to An Bord Pleanála.

These Mater Hospital nurses are raising money to help make patient stays feel more 'like home'

The nurses are raising money for items such as exercise bikes and other forms of holistic care.

Here's how various post-Brexit scenarios could impact the Irish economy

A new ESRI and Department of Finance report has examined what could happen in various scenarios.

Yesterday’s News

Tyrone GAA fan who had cash and match ticket robbed as he slept in Dublin hotel awarded €10k

Fahy said it took him a full two years to recover from the after-effects of his traumatic experience.

Seventh man arrested over Strokestown eviction incident released without charge

The events in December followed the repossession of a property by private security personnel days earlier.

'Take back control': MPs vote to hold series of Brexit votes on Wednesday

A minister resigned in order to vote to hold indicative votes on Wednesday, a proposal which Theresa May opposes.

'Unfortunate mix-up': British Airways flight to Düsseldorf ends up in Edinburgh

Passengers realised they were in the wrong city when the pilot said the plane was coming in to land in Edinburgh.

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Drunk driver who killed GAA coach jailed for four years

Rene Miko (21) knocked down Eugene McNamara (42) in 2016.

From The42 Further suspicion arises around boxing decisions during Rio Olympics Stinks

Further suspicion arises around boxing decisions during Rio Olympics

French official Karim Bouzidi is at the centre of fresh allegations involving AIBA.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

'You left me for dead': Teenage boy pleads guilty to attempted murder of woman he met on social media, court hears

The young woman delivered a highly emotional victim impact statement to the court.

From The42 'Anyone going in there will have a huge shadow over them' - Niall Quinn rules out applying for FAI CEO job No Dice This post contains videos

French Muslim group sues Facebook and YouTube over New Zealand shooting video

Facebook France told AFP by e-mail that it would study the suit, adding that “acts of terror and hatred speech have no place on Facebook”.

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