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Today’s News

From the Garden: Learn how to grow peas in an old gutter pipe and to make a delicious gnocchi

Michelin star chef, Derry Clarke, with us at Grow HQ recently and he shares our homegrown, seasonal ethos, writes Michael Kelly.

Young girl in critical condition following boating accident in Limerick

The incident happened at 10am this morning.

Top Catholic cardinal admits Church files on sex abuse were 'destroyed'

The cardinal was speaking at a landmark Vatican summit on tackling sex abuse in the clergy.

Statelessness: Here's how removing a person's nationality causes problems

People access their human rights through citizenship – without it, people can’t to go to school, get a job, or get married.

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'We hope today will deliver some news': Large-scale search under way for Icelandic man missing in Dublin

Twelve members of Jón Jonsson’s family travelled from Iceland earlier this week to step up efforts to find him.

Poll: Should Brexit be delayed if a deal isn't agreed? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Brexit be delayed if a deal isn't agreed?

Three MPs have said Brexit should be delayed if the UK parliament doesn’t approve a deal in the coming days.

'There's always a glimmer of hope': Family of missing Esra Uyrun make appeal eight years on

The mother-of-one has not been seen since she left her house in Clondalkin on 23 February 2011.

Venezuela braces for showdown at Colombian border as Guaido plans to bring in aid

Socialist leader Nicolas Maduro has vowed not to allow in the aid, which he’s dismissed as a show.

From The42 'I'm like: I just got a medal for my country, so why am I being scrutinised over the colour of my skin?' Racism

'I'm like: I just got a medal for my country, so why am I being scrutinised over the colour of my skin?'

Rianna Jarrett and Gina Akpe-Moses discuss race, Irish society and sport.

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A weight-loss tea maker shuttered weeks after a recall of 'misleading' products

'Volunteers were sent for the coffins': New docs reveal IRA activities during War of Independence

The Brigade Activity Files are the latest release by the Military Service Pensions Collection.

Three British ministers say Brexit should be delayed if no deal is reached

The ministers’ warning comes ahead of next week’s crucial vote in the House of Commons.

Trainee solicitors are going into prisons to teach prisoners about the law

“It is not just someone banging on about the law for an hour, there are lesson plans in place.”

Event today will show people how European co-housing models can work here

The event will hear from a number of groups who are working to regularise the model here as well as experts on how to manage the financial and legal issues.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Here’s the news as you start your day.

Man (39) dies after car collides with pickup truck in Co Westmeath

The collision happened at around 5.30pm yesterday evening on the N55 at Tubberclair near Glasson.

From The42 'I was so f*****g insensitive... I thought, 'Jesus... I shouldn’t be doing that'' Showbiz

'I was so f*****g insensitive... I thought, 'Jesus... I shouldn’t be doing that''

In an exclusive long-form interview, Eamon Dunphy talks to The42 about RTÉ, criticism, regrets, legacy, and Glenn Whelan.

1,300 road users detected breaking red lights at busy Luas junction in Smithfield

A pilot scheme that ran some years ago lead to 624 fixed charge notices issued, Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan said.

Have you seen Mary? Gardaí appeal for information on missing 16-year-old

Mary McDonagh has been missing from Castlebar since yesterday afternoon.

R Kelly hands himself into police following 10 sex abuse charges

He will appear in court tomorrow afternoon, a police spokesman said.

Extradition cases between the UK and Ireland post-Brexit will prove a lot more difficult

There are concerns that reverting to the old system will cause delays.

Micheál Martin to face questions from grassroots about keeping FG in government until 2020

The party is holding its Ard Fheis at Citywest today.

From The42 'The big thing for me was to show it's not just depression and anxiety. There's loads of mental health issues' Opening Up

'The big thing for me was to show it's not just depression and anxiety. There's loads of mental health issues'

Roscommon footballer Amanda McLoone reached out to the WGPA counselling service last year when she began to feel overwhelmed in her life.

Virgin Media's TV ad sales have taken a hit for two and a half years - thanks to Brexit

Looming uncertainty has made UK and Irish advertisers camera-shy, according to new documents.

Activist says scans are being offered with 'top-of-the-range' ultrasound machine at Dublin building

Eamonn Murphy, a veteran anti-abortion activist, displayed the machine at the Berkeley Street centre.

Coveney: 'What's the new mega Bill? In simple language, it’s Irish Brexit law'

The Tánaiste says Ireland will be as ready as we can be for the damage a disorderly Brexit will cause.

Train disruptions at Kildare-Portlaoise, Belfast, and Pearse Station this weekend

There are three separate disruptions to train services this weekend – here’s a run through of what’s planned.

Dozens of dissident weapons caches 'dotted along border region'

Gardaí fear an upsurge in violence in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Yesterday’s News

US Congress won't support UK trade deal that threatens open border, says Varadkar

The Taoiseach had some harsh words for the House of Commons this evening.

From The42 Tadhg Beirne flies in late and shines in Munster win over Ospreys Gamechanger

Tadhg Beirne flies in late and shines in Munster win over Ospreys

‘Johann rang me yesterday and told me I was flying here,’ said Beirne after his breakdown efforts earned him man of the match.

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Arlene Foster calls for 'neighbourliness' as she poses with Shane Ross in the Ballroom of Romance

The pair were in Leitrim today to launch a new stretch of a greenway linking Sligo, Leitrim and Fermanagh.

Deliveroo workers return to work after striking in Dublin over waiting times at restaurants

“We’re losing money,” Raphael Duarte told TheJournal.ie. “We’re not earning.”

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Coveney unveils no-deal Brexit Bill, Deliveroo workers on strike, and vets at border posts – it’s the evening fix.

'He has a chance at life now': HSE grants access to drug that could help boys with rare condition keep walking Exclusive

At least five boys in Ireland have Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a muscle-wasting condition.

Government issues estimated €4 million tender to station vets at border posts post-Brexit Exclusive

This includes the possibility of placing them at potential border posts with Northern Ireland in the future.

From The42 Clinical Ireland U20s take bonus point in Italy to sustain winning run in Six Nations Hard Fought

Clinical Ireland U20s take bonus point in Italy to sustain winning run in Six Nations

Shannon scrum-half Craig Casey grabbed two tries to keep Ireland on course for a Grand Slam.

How good is the phone coverage where you are? New map shows quality across the country

You can adjust the map to show you different providers and switch between quality of 3G and 4G signal.

'Harrowing conditions': Man jailed for three years and banned from owning dogs or horses for life

Dead animals were scattered around the farmer’s property, some of which were used to feed the dogs.

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