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Dublin: 17 °C Monday 24 June, 2019

Today’s News

Man who was sentenced in his absence for rape and sexual assault of boy is jailed

Anthony Moynihan was jailed today after he was brought into court following the execution of a warrant.

Witness appeal over man stabbed in face outside north Dublin Dart station

The incident took place outside Clontarf Road station on Thursday evening.

Europe braces for 'extreme' heatwave with temperatures set to reach over 40 degrees

The extreme heatwave is not expected to reach Ireland.

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From The42 Sean O’Brien sanctioned by IRFU over 'incident of inappropriate behaviour' Sanctioned

Sean O’Brien sanctioned by IRFU over 'incident of inappropriate behaviour'

The Ireland flanker ‘has expressed his deep regret’, a union statement said.

A Status Yellow weather warning has been issued for the whole country

The warning kicked in at midday and is due to remain valid until 10pm tonight.

Dublin co-living development refused planning permission

Dublin co-living development refused planning permission

The decision follows Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy’s support for co-living spaces.

There has been a 10% increase in recorded sexual offences in the past year CSO

There has been a 10% increase in recorded sexual offences in the past year

That’s according to new figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO).

Government plans to 'phase out' fur farming in Ireland

Government will consider an implementation plan to ban fur farming.

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'You'll hear the river crashing as you approach': 6 family-friendly walks and hikes around Ireland

Former British deputy PM John Prescott admitted to hospital after suffering stroke

Prescott served as deputy Prime Minister to Tony Blair between the years of 1997 and 2007.

From The42 FAI hit back at claims they are not doing enough to stamp out violence against referees Controversy

FAI hit back at claims they are not doing enough to stamp out violence against referees

20-year-old official Harry McCann said an U13 manager attempted “to strike me” in a game on Saturday.

Concerns raised over BAI's proposal to police harmful content online

The BAI has proposed that it be given the power to regulate harmful online content on social media platforms.

Serial sex offender Patrick Nevin jailed for 12 years for attacking women he met on Tinder

He is already serving a five-and-a-half-year sentence for the sexual assault of another woman he met via the dating app.

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Man remanded in custody charged with fatal shooting of Jordan Davis in Darndale

22-year-old Jordan Davis was fatally injured in the shooting on 22 May.

Housing benefit recipients face 'systemic discrimination', Irish human rights body says

The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission launched it’s 2018 annual report today.

Gardaí concerned for man missing from Cork since last week

Andrew Willis is missing from his home in Coolmore, Carrigaline.

Sky News cancels TV debate because Boris Johnson refuses to attend

Jeremy Hunt has said that ‘coward’ Boris Johnson wants to ‘slink through the back door’ of Number 10

Poll: How much is appropriate to give to a child making their communion? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: How much is appropriate to give to a child making their communion?

A quarter of children surveyed received more than €800.

Buildings shake and workers flee in Australian city of Darwin after powerful earthquake hits Down Under This post contains videos

Buildings shake and workers flee in Australian city of Darwin after powerful earthquake hits

The epicentre of the earthquake was in a remote part of Indonesia.

The 9 at 9: Monday

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

From The42 Mayo to face Armagh, Tyrone away to Kildare - here's the latest All-Ireland football qualifier draw Qualifiers

Woman wakes up alone on plane after falling asleep during flight

Air Canada has apologised and said it is investigating the incident.

From The42 Israel Folau's GoFundMe campaign shut down for breaching terms Refund

Israel Folau's GoFundMe campaign shut down for breaching terms

After receiving more than 700,000 Australian dollars in donations, the page was shut down due to a violation.

Tributes paid to 'enormous personality' Manus Kelly after Donegal councillor dies during rally RIP

Two handguns seized by Gardaí in gangland operation

Two men were arrested in the operation in west Dublin.

Bestselling romance novelist Judith Krantz dies aged 91

Krantz’s books have been translated into 52 languages and sold more than 85 million copies worldwide.

Istanbul mayoral election re-run: Opposition wins again in major defeat for Erdogan's party

The re-run took place after a new election was ordered following the opposition’s victory in March.

Opinion: Living with a disability in Ireland - a relentless dystopian nightmare

The daily life of a person with a disability is not aided by Irish society, writes Tom Clonan.

Parents spending over €900 on average for their child's Communion

A quarter of children make over €800 on their Communion day.

More than 6,000 physical abuse referrals to child and family agency last year

The most common form of abuse in cases referred to Tusla was emotional abuse.

'A massacre of nature': How members of the public alerted the government to out-of-season hedge cutting

A selection of complaints was released under the Freedom of Information Act.

Yesterday’s News

From The42 'Ashamed' Neville lambastes Cameroon for behaviour in England defeat Bulling This post contains videos

'Ashamed' Neville lambastes Cameroon for behaviour in England defeat

‘If that was any of my players – and it will never be any of my players – they would never play for England again…’

Lynn Ruane: How this French charity shop treats the homeless should inspire us to help our own

Communal meals, a chance to work and help to make a home – the scheme gives clients control of their lives.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

County councillor killed in accident at Donegal International Rally

The incident happened at 12.30pm this afternoon.

From The42 England reach quarters as fuming Cameroon strike on field amid VAR controversy Scenes This post contains videos

England reach quarters as fuming Cameroon strike on field amid VAR controversy

Cameroon players went ‘on strike’ after England doubled their lead with the help of VAR.

Four people arrested as part of Antrim murder investigation

Three men and a woman have been taken into custody for questioning.

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