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Today’s News

'This is not a pension for terrorists': Troubles perpetrators will not receive victim compensation

Concerns were raised over those who were injured by their own hand receiving the pension.

Child (5) hospitalised after being swept out to sea on inflatable lilo

Emergency services were alerted to the incident at Dublin’s Portmarnock Beach at 2.20pm.

Man left in serious condition in hospital after being stabbed in Limerick city

A French man in his 30s has been arrested in connection with the stabbing.

Over 2,600 eFlow customers double charged last month

The company said it was due to a ‘system processing error’.

AIB chair says he wouldn't hire a candidate with the 'uncombed hair' and 'racist language' of Boris Johnson

AIB chairman Richard Pym said he would be abandoning “non-committal business-person language”. And he did.

Protesters who called British MP Anna Soubry a 'Nazi' given suspended sentences

James Goddard and Brian Phillips pleaded guilty to harassing Soubry.

Man (23) arrested after estimated €20k worth of herbal cannabis seized in west Dublin

He is currently detained under Section 2 of the Criminal Justice (Drugs Trafficking) Act 1996.

From The42 TV Wrap - Shane Lowry reminds us why we love sport in stunning Open triumph On The Box

TV Wrap - Shane Lowry reminds us why we love sport in stunning Open triumph

Elsewhere, a Sky commentator claimed Lowry as British while Rory McIlroy was left on the verge of tears after a cruel return to Royal Portrush.

Irish Water restores supply in north Dublin after 'major burst' left households with low pressure

The burst happened on a 600mm diameter water main on the Drumcondra Road at about 7.30am yesterday.

'Dangerous sexual predator' who raped 13-year-old girl in church grounds jailed for nine years

The accused has 37 previous convictions of which 17 are for sexual offences.

'A long road ahead': Barry Cowen says former Taoiseach Brian Cowen making progress with health

Cowen was admitted to hospital after falling ill earlier this month.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Government admits its hands are tied even as leisure sector warns of insurance 'crisis'

The leisure and tourism sectors have expressed serious concerns over the withdrawal of a major insurance provider from the market.

Explainer: Why did Iran seize a British oil tanker and the 23 crew members on board?

In video footage released by an Iranian news agency, masked soldiers are seen travelling down a rope and into the tanker.

Pat Kenny loses battle against plans for apartment blocks beside family home

The Kennys led the local opposition against the plan with 17 other objections from locals also lodged.

‘Mam, Dad, they put a lot of work into me. It’s nice to repay them with moments like last night’

Celtic midfielder Barry Coffey’s goal helped Ireland into the semi-finals of the U19 European Championships.

Man (75) has conviction for raping granddaughter quashed over concerns he was unfit to stand trial

Christopher Redmond was found in recent weeks to have had a severe form of dementia for some time “with no prospect of recovery”.

Over 5,000 Volvo cars in Ireland recalled over engine fire risk

The Swedish carmaker is recalling 507,000 cars worldwide.

FSAI recalls four flavours of Tesco Finest Fruit Presse due to fermentation

All of the affected 750ml bottles are dated best before March 2020.

Irish airport complaints rose by 56% in 2018

The airline and airport regulator has struggled to cope with the volume of complaints.

Tory MP charged with three counts of sexual assault against two women

Elphicke is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 6 September.

From The42 Celebratory Lowry belts out Fields of Athenry in Dublin bar, Claret Jug in hand In His Element This post contains videos

Celebratory Lowry belts out Fields of Athenry in Dublin bar, Claret Jug in hand

The Clara man was in fine form hours after his Open Championship success.

Full probation reports on boys who murdered Ana Kriégel won't be given to each other's legal teams

Justice McDermott then said he does not want any more than five members of the media present in court when the boys are sentenced next October.

Bank of Ireland warns customers over phishing text scam

People have been receiving text messages claiming to be from Bank of Ireland.

'Rare' common toad captured in Dublin following public appeal

The common toad is native to other parts of Europe but not Ireland and it is not yet known what the effect it could have on native species.

Gone: UK's Europe minister resigns ahead of Boris Johnson's expected election as PM

It’s expected several more high profile resignations will take place in the coming 48 hours.

Iran says it's arrested 17 'CIA spies' and sentenced some to death

An Iranian official said that all of the suspects were Iranians who had acted independently of each other.

India counting down to launch spacecraft to the moon a week after postponing mission

A fuel leak forced the temporary cancellation of the launch of the Chandrayaan-2.

Poll: Should a border poll be held in the event of a no-deal Brexit? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should a border poll be held in the event of a no-deal Brexit?

Fianna Fáil is still working on a plan for a United Ireland.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

Boris Johnson says that if we can go to the moon, we can solve the Irish border problem

During his time as Foreign Secretary, Johnson compared concerns about the Irish border as “the tail wagging the dog.”

'Fear in people's faces': Priest describes moment car ploughs through crowds at Dundalk grave yard

A man in his 20s remains in garda custody today following the incident.

From The42 'I cried in the Carnoustie car park': Lowry's remarkable turnaround Major Success

'I cried in the Carnoustie car park': Lowry's remarkable turnaround

Lowry has enjoyed a superb year, with his Open triumph following success in Abu Dhabi back in January.

Behind the scenes: Recording our 9 at 9 audio every morning

Take a look at how we work in TheJournal.ie to get you the biggest news stories every morning.

Temperatures set to reach as high as 26 degrees as the week gets off to a warm, sunny start

But any escape from the rain may be short lived, Met Éireann has said.

Over 47,000 children waiting to see a specialist due to consultants shortage

Of that number, 1,989 children in Ireland are waiting to see a paediatric surgeon.

Theresa May to hold emergency meeting as UK plots next step after Iran tanker seizure

Iran has remained defiant in the face of UK’s claims of “illegal and destabilising behaviour”.

Mob attack in Hong Kong leaves dozens wounded following protest march

Police in Hong Kong have been criticised for not doing enough to stop the violence.

Whirlpool to launch recall of tumble dryers posing potential safety risk

The recall is aimed at owners of affected dryers that have not yet had their product modified.

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