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Today’s News

Tributes paid as 'Australian icon' Roger the Kangaroo dies aged 12

The bulky beast was famous for his ability to crush metal buckets with his huge paws.

'A deeply embarrassing blow': Ireland ranked worst in Europe for tackling climate change

The Climate Change Performance Index has ranked Ireland 48th out of 56 countries.

'You feel you can't get a job': Methadone users face stigma and isolation, new report finds

The research examines the experiences of 25 people who have been on methadone treatment.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s what’s happening today.

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Poll: Do you think Britain will reverse the Brexit process? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think Britain will reverse the Brexit process?

The European Court of Justice has ruled that the UK can unilaterally revoke Article 50.

Man (26) arrested on suspicion of murder after body found in Co Down

The body of a man was discovered in the Burrendale Park Road area of Newcastle at the weekend.

EU's top court rules that UK could reverse Brexit process

Theresa May insists she has no plans to reverse Brexit.

Theresa May in final bid to win support ahead of tomorrow's vote

European Court of Justice ruled today that Britain can reverse the Brexit process.

Man appears in court charged with murder of British backpacker Grace Millane

Police yesterday located a body which they believe to be that of Millane.

Former Nissan chairman charged with financial misconduct

Ghosn has been charged with under-declaring his income by some €38 million.

Opinion: There are some striking similarities between Irish independence and Brexit

Irish negotiators had to agree that Ireland would remain within the British empire while May’s deal could keep the UK trapped in the EU indefinitely, writes Caoimhín De Barra.

'A reminder of our struggle': New campaign for permanent Irish AIDS memorial

Similar memorials are in place elsewhere around the globe in Toronto, New York City and Durban, South Africa.

Rise of 'tough guy' world leaders 'mirrors the rise of fascism in the 1930s'

A new report said some leaders are using “bully tactics” to “demonise and persecute” vulnerable people.

Clamped outside the Rotunda at 37 weeks pregnant: The complaints against Dublin clampers

Over half of the clamping appeals made in the first nine months of the year were successful.

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Yesterday’s News

'It's about our children now, not our grandchildren': Is Ireland ready to introduce a carbon tax?

It’s been claimed that the tide is turning in how society views the problem of climate change.

Quiz: How much do you know about the River Shannon?

The waterway is the country’s longest river.

From The42 Wilderness to Leinster champions - Mullinalaghta story sums up magic of club game Slaying The Beast

Wilderness to Leinster champions - Mullinalaghta story sums up magic of club game

The Longford champions pulled off the greatest win in the club’s history today.

Lynn Ruane: We must pioritise people's lives over pharmaceutical companies' profits

Pharmaceutical companies make obscene profits from life-saving drugs – we need to change the system to prioritise human life over profiteering, writes Lynn Ruane.

100 years ago this week, Sinn Féin swept to power in the historic 1918 General Election

The election was a monumental moment in Irish history.

Gardaí close section of Dublin quays after man stabbed

Two people have been arrested

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s what made the news today.

Sick of doing the dishes? Ask the dishes to do themselves: Here's what the future of cleaning up looks like

Tech is turning housework into less work. Hear more in our latest podcast.

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'Do you know how to twerk?': The week in quotes

Here’s what was said and who said what this week.

Gardaí appeal for information over man last seen leaving Kildare hotel

He was last seen at 12.30am this morning.

Tech giants are turning Dublin into one of Europe’s hottest property markets

A PwC report has ranked the capital as a top city for real estate investment and development.

'Don't insult my country': France tells Trump to stop interfering in its politics

Trump yesterday posted two tweets referring to the “yellow vest” anti-government protests.

Missing 15-year-old found safe and well

He was last seen on Saturday.

Sexual violence campaigner Linda Hayden selected as Social Democrats' latest election candidate

Linda was heavily involved in Together for Yes in Kildare.

'The day I felt the loneliest': 7 brilliant entries to the 2018 Sony photo awards

The categories include Natural World, Portraiture, Landscape and Architecture.

Theresa May warns that parliament rejection of Brexit deal could leave Britain in EU

This Tuesday, 11 December, MPs will vote on whether they approve May’s Brexit deal.

Mullinalaghta pull off seismic shock and stun Kilmacud in Leinster football final

They became the first Longford team in history to lift the Leinster club SFC title.

From The42 Influential Murray ensures Munster adapt to beat destructive Castres SUAF

Influential Murray ensures Munster adapt to beat destructive Castres

Tries from Rory Scannell, CJ Stander and JJ Hanrahan helped Munster ride out enforced changes and re-take top spot in their pool.

On duty garda suffers injuries after early morning assault

The garda is understood to have been responding to a call.

Climate change and social media - Here's what's in store for the BT Young Scientist Exhibition

The BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2019 takes place from 9-12 January at the RDS in Dublin.

Opinion: It doesn't get much weirder than being asked to twerk but Ada Hegerberg reacted like a real star

I was really impressed with the dignity of how Hegerberg handled the sexist question at the Ballon d’Or awards. She is an outstanding role model for young women around the world, writes Louise Quinn.

Over 1,700 arrested in latest 'yellow vest' protests in France

Protesters set fire to cars, burned barricades and smashed windows in pockets of violence across the city.

'Check your ticket' - Hunt is on for winner of €6.5 million Lotto jackpot

The winning numbers were: 9, 15, 17, 24, 41, 43 and bonus number 37.

Poll: Will you be giving to charity this Christmas? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you be giving to charity this Christmas?

Michael D Higgins used his Christmas message to address the homeless crisis.

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