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Dublin: 13 °C Tuesday 10 December, 2019

Today’s News

From The42 FAI 'unable to accept' Oireachtas invitation Update

FAI 'unable to accept' Oireachtas invitation

The association say they want to prioritise ‘the refinancing package that will guarantee the future of the FAI and safeguard jobs’.

'Immense tragedy': Six people killed in shooting at Czech hospital

The suspect fled the scene but later shot and killed himself, police have confirmed.

Irish barrister Paul Anthony McDermott has died aged 47 RIP

Irish barrister Paul Anthony McDermott has died aged 47

Tributes have been paid to the well-known barrister and commentator

IFA staging latest blockade outside Musgrave distribution centre in Kildare

Musgrave supplies Supervalu and Centra stores.

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Status Yellow wind warning for entire country

The wind warning was issued at 7 am this morning and continues until 4 pm.

Poll: Would you support a three-year rent freeze in Ireland? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you support a three-year rent freeze in Ireland?

The Dáil is set to debate legislation proposed by Sinn Féin today.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s all the news you need to know as you start your day.

From The42 Happier than I've ever been: Fahey finds peace of mind after battling depression The Football Family

Happier than I've ever been: Fahey finds peace of mind after battling depression

The ex-Ireland international speaks candidly about mental health and the personal challenges he has endured.

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'Hang lights in vertical lines': How to create a picture-perfect Christmas tree, according to a pro

Coats on Ha'penny Bridge could save someone's life, says organiser

On Saturday, Dublin City Council said that the coats would be removed for health and safety reasons.

'Archaic conditions are leading to violence': Call for new Family Law Court to be urgently developed

Eleven organisations are calling for a dedicated Family Law Court to be developed in Dublin.

Man escapes after cash-in-transit van robbed in Dublin

The incident took place at 5.20am.

Chilean military plane 'disappears' with 38 passengers on board

The C-130 Hercules carried 17 crew members and 21 passengers.

Over 140,000 children living in 'substandard' homes, warns St Vincent de Paul

The charity has called for more support from the government to retrofit homes.

'Feeder school' league tables: Here's why they give parents a distorted view of what constitutes a decent school

‘Feeder Schools’ tables show that students who attended private fee-paying schools go on to attend third-level education at higher rates than others.

New Zealand police launch investigation into volcano tragedy

Questions have emerged over why tour groups were allowed into the volcano zone.

Simon Harris 'not worried' amid speculation he could be next to face no confidence vote

Opposition members are understood to be considering tabling a motion of no confidence against the health minister in the new year.

Charity appeals to members of the public to stop donating soiled and dirty clothes

The Cork-based charity described some of the donations it received as ‘disgraceful’

Water quality in almost half of Ireland's lakes and rivers deemed unsatisfactory

Coastal waters had the highest proportion of water bodies in good or high ecological status, according to an EPA report.

'It's fair value for 44c a day': RTÉ boss to make direct appeal to politicians over TV licence reforms

Forbes wants the Government to take action to tackle households evading the licence fee.

Yesterday’s News

Shane Ross: 'We don't trust the FAI, we don't trust them with the money... it's a basket case' FAI

Shane Ross: 'We don't trust the FAI, we don't trust them with the money... it's a basket case'

The Sports Minister won’t be appearing before Wednesday’s emergency Oireachtas meeting.

Couple who claimed they were defamed over dinner bill at Dublin restaurant lose €75k case

“Quite frankly, asking someone to pay for a meal isn’t defamatory,” the judge said.

Protester cries 'treason' as Democrats outline impeachment case against Donald Trump

Judiciary Committee chairman Jerrold Nadler said today that Trump “put himself before country”.

Man given six-year driving ban following conviction for killing pedestrian after drinking 12-15 pints

Derek Keane was jailed for five-and-a-half years in court on Friday.

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Woman whose mother was saved from drowning in 1953 tracks down rescuer on Liveline

“You saved my mother,” Mary Thompstone told John Eldred on Joe Duffy’s RTÉ Radio One show this afternoon.

FBI probe into Russian interference in 2016 US election not politically driven, says watchdog report

The US Justice report rebuts Donald Trump’s claims that the FBI illegally spied on his campaign.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Here’s what made headlines today.

Bonnie Greer, Love Island and #WagathaChristie: Here's what got Irish Twitter talking this year

And of course, Irish Twitter talked a lot about Brexit too.

Woman whose CEO hacked into her phone and downloaded intimate photos awarded €94k

The Workplace Relations Commission ruled in favour of the woman’s case alleging sexual harassment and unfair dismissal.

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The government has bought an airport in Connemara for €2.5 million

Aerfort Na Minna is 28 kilometres west of Galway City.

BBC and ITV journalists apologise over reports that Tory advisor was punched by Labour activist

A claim that a Tory advisor was punched turned out not to be the case.

From The42 Staff criticise lack of information over finances as FAI confirm Oireachtas Committee appearance Crisis

Staff criticise lack of information over finances as FAI confirm Oireachtas Committee appearance

Sports minister Shane Ross and Sport Ireland will not be appearing alongside the football body on Wednesday, however.

'No signs of life': Five killed and eight people missing after New Zealand volcano erupts on island

A total of 31 people are still in hospital and another three have been discharged.

From The42 Ex-Ireland international Daryl Murphy 'not proud' after being banned for taking cocaine Punishment

Ex-Ireland international Daryl Murphy 'not proud' after being banned for taking cocaine

The Waterford-born striker said he had made ‘a bad decision while on a night out’.

'We're on to you': Harris says flavoured e-cigarettes target children and he wants them banned

Some vaping packaging is trying to make it attractive to children, according to the health minister.

Body and Soul part ways with Electric Picnic after 16 years

Tickets for next year’s festival sold out this afternoon.

11th-hour plea made for soldiers who fired shots at Ballymurphy to give evidence at inquests

A lawyer for the victim’s families told the court today: “It is not too late to tell the truth.”

Woman missing from Castlebar found safe and well

Gardaí said no further action was required.

From The42 TV Wrap - Neville calls out Boris Johnson in high point for Sky's football coverage On The Box

TV Wrap - Neville calls out Boris Johnson in high point for Sky's football coverage

The British Prime Minister also bewilderingly claimed that a World Cup co-hosted in Ireland would be ‘bringing football home.’

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