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Dublin: 7 °C Monday 18 February, 2019

Today’s News

Man attacked as paedophile-hunting group broadcasts live 'sting' on Facebook

Gardaí said the manner in which these groups operate has the potential to affect future criminal proceedings.

Emergency services dealing with chemical incident in Co Clare

Fire service received a call to the River Lodge Health and Fitness centre at 6.30am.

Seven Labour MPs quit the party claiming it's 'institutionally anti-semitic' and run by 'the machine of the hard left' Splitters This post contains videos

Seven Labour MPs quit the party claiming it's 'institutionally anti-semitic' and run by 'the machine of the hard left'

The MPs stopped short of forming a new party and will now sit in parliament as The Independent Group.

Almost half of all properties sold in 2018 bought with cash or savings

The latest quarterly Consumer Market Monitor shows that 55,000 homes were purchased last year, an 8% increase.

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Poll: Should Fianna Fáil withdraw their support for Fine Gael if there's a Brexit deal? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Fianna Fáil withdraw their support for Fine Gael if there's a Brexit deal?

If the Withdrawal Agreement passes, there will be a transition period until 31 December 2020.

It's getting warmer: Temperatures will hit the mid-teens this week

This time last year, the Beast from the East was on the way.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s what’s made the headlines this morning.

Polish PM cancels Israel trip after reports of Netanyahu saying 'Poles collaborated with Nazis'

The Israeli prime minister’s office has said that he was “misquoted” in the article, and said that he meant individual Poles.

'Digital gangsters' at Facebook knowingly violated data privacy and 'bullied' other tech companies

A report by the UK government has examined the tech giant’s role in spreading fake news.

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‘I don’t care, I believe Putin': Ex-FBI chief details alleged Trump denials about North Korea's nuclear arsenal Andrew McCabe This post contains videos

‘I don’t care, I believe Putin': Ex-FBI chief details alleged Trump denials about North Korea's nuclear arsenal

Andrew McCabe was acting director general of the FBI after the firing of James Comey.

From The42 'You want your mates to go well but you have to be a little bit selfish about it' Honesty

'You want your mates to go well but you have to be a little bit selfish about it'

32-year-old Rob Kearney returned to make a strong impression for Ireland against Scotland in the Six Nations.

Fianna Fáil's Barry Andrews gets nod ahead of two other ex-ministers to run for MEP in Dublin

Andrews will be seeking to win back a seat for the party in the capital.

Woman dies in single-vehicle crash in Naas

Gardaí are at the scene and local diversions are in place.

Opinion: Irish people travelled to Nicaragua in solidarity in the 1980s - now it needs our help again

The Nicaraguan people continue to struggle for democracy and justice – only this time against a surprising enemy writes Molly O’Duffy.

Delays of 30-45 minutes to trains going to and from Heuston due to vandalism

Newbridge to Grand Canal Dock train services are operating from/to Hazelhatch as a result.

Irish businesses urged to contact suppliers to ensure post-Brexit consistency

It is six weeks until Britain leaves the EU.

Hundreds of employment scheme supervisors to strike over 11-year-old claim for pension rights

CE scheme supervisors will stage a 10-hour stoppage over the court’s recommendation from 2008 about their pension rights.

Former Real IRA commander: Even cameras on masts would be seen as 'spy posts' in border regions

John Connolly, the group’s leader in prison in the 2000s, says things would change dramatically in the event of a hard border.

Yesterday’s News

'Not now and not ever': 1,000 new homes planned for west Dublin, which locals say brings a 'high risk' of flooding

The vast majority of Fingal County Councillors voted in favour of adopting the Barnhill Local Area Plan.

From The42 'You give everything you have, running around like a lunatic, and I’m still doing that at nearly 70' Football Man This post contains videos

'You give everything you have, running around like a lunatic, and I’m still doing that at nearly 70'

National team kit man and former League of Ireland star Mick Lawlor reflects on his football career.

Abuse survivor says legal profession should 'bring their morals as well as law books into courtrooms'

Leona O’Callaghan said the government and judiciary needs to stop pointing at each other and step up to make changes.

'I felt so humiliated, I burst into tears': Woman questions why she was asked for adoption cert when applying for PSC

The woman’s adopted status is not well known and she was unaware she would have to discuss the topic in public.

From The42 How a former Aer Lingus flight attendant became one of the most famous Irish athletes on the planet Profile

How a former Aer Lingus flight attendant became one of the most famous Irish athletes on the planet

Becky Lynch chats to The42 about her remarkable rise to the top of WWE.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

A rally in Rooskey, airline Flybmi and controversial comments about homelessness made headlines today.

Goodbye woofs and meows, hello doggie translators: Here's the future of being a great pet owner

Could tech help you converse with your pet? Hear more in our new podcast.

'The gang saved my life. If it weren’t for them lads, I’d be dead by now'

A young gang member speaks about why he joined a gang – and the impact it had on his life.

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Confrontation at 'No To Racism' rally in Rooskey

The rally follows Monday night’s fire at the Shannon Key West Hotel, earmarked for asylum seekers.

Protesters gather outside home of Minister for Communications Richard Bruton

Around 10 people demonstrated at the scene this afternoon.

From The42 Nolan lands dramatic injury-time winner as Wexford edge past 14-man Tipperary Last Gasp

Nolan lands dramatic injury-time winner as Wexford edge past 14-man Tipperary

Liam Sheedy’s side lost Noel McGrath to a red card in the first period.

Council Chief Executive criticised for saying good homeless services create demand

“Dublin is a major draw for people who are homeless,” Keegan said.

Homeless charity says proposal on council house offer refusals is a distraction tactic

Focus Ireland said the fact that people are turning down offers is actually “symptomatic of the failure of housing policy”.

Hot Press writer launches legal proceedings against Broadsheet.ie and Twitter

Olaf Tyaransen filed a High Court action against the two companies on Thursday.

From The42 Limerick stay top of the table with impressive 9-point win over Kilkenny Leading The Way

Man arrested over public order incident in A&E department at Dublin hospital

The man has since been released without charge.

Cardiff City F.C.considering legal action against Nantes over Sala 'negligence'

Emiliano Sala died in a plane crash on 21 January before playing a game for the Welsh side.

British teenager who joined ISIS has given birth after expressing desire to return to the UK

Shamima Begum ran away from London to Syria in 2015 to join Islamic State.

Man in his 50s rushed to hospital with head injuries following assault in Cork

The incident happened at around 10pm on Friday night.

PSNI launch investigation after pipe bomb explodes near house with young children inside

Residents in Craigavon, Co Armagh were evacuated from their homes last night.

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