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Today’s News

A milkshake has been thrown on Nigel Farage

The MEP candidate was canvassing in Newcastle when it happened.

There's a familiar, spellbinding book atop the list of most borrowed from Irish libraries last year

Children’s books dominate the top 20 list released today by the Local Government Management Agency.

A new helpline for male victims of domestic abuse has been launched today

Domestic abuse can be physical, emotional or financial.

Semen staining containing Boy A's DNA found on ripped top discovered in room where Ana was found, court hears

Marce Lee Gorman said she found two areas of a black strapped top where semen was present.

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Doctors begin switching off life support in hugely controversial French case

The man’s parents have repeatedly launched court action to keep him alive — in defiance of his wife and five siblings who are in favour of his right to die.

From The42 Van Graan to take his time with review ahead of 'big summer' for Munster Taking Stock

Van Graan to take his time with review ahead of 'big summer' for Munster

The Munster head coach admits reinforcements are unlikely to be brought in for next season.

Passengers back on board with Bus Éireann as company reports a profit for 2018

n 2018, it carried 83.6 million passengers – a marginal increase on the previous year.

Have a Huawei phone? Here's how Google's new Android measures may affect you

The news from Google comes as a blow to the Chinese smartphone maker.

Ireland got the lowest number of votes at the Eurovision semi-finals this year

It wasn’t to be for Irish Eurovision hopeful Sarah McTernan last Thursday.

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'I just had to get a picture': 6 of Ireland’s most amazing photo ops, according to photographers

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s everything you need to know as the day gets started.

Doctors want cannabis risks highlighted, but campaigners says debate is conflating medicinal and recreational use

Medical experts said the government was ‘sleepwalking’ its way into supporting cannabis use in Ireland.

From The42 'We need to freshen up the group, surely people understand that' Rotation

'We need to freshen up the group, surely people understand that'

Leo Cullen says he is not a big fan of media headlines ‘sensationalising’ some of his team selections.

Poll: Have you made up your mind how you'll vote in the local and European elections? Your Say This post contains a poll

Enjoy the sun while it lasts, as rain is on the way

Tomorrow will be much like today, but rain is expected to arrive on Wednesday night.

Two young men arrested after disorder at Semple Stadium GAA match released without charge

The two youths were arrested following a game between Tipperary and Waterford in the Hurling Championship yesterday.

Man (40s) arrested after cannabis worth over €60,000 seized in Kildare

A house was searched yesterday afternoon, during which a growhouse was found.

Trump warns that war would mean 'the official end of Iran' as tensions continue to rise

Trump’s Cabinet is reportedly at odds on how to deal with Iran.

10% of Irish people reported witnessing adult abuse last year, research shows

Only 3% of those who witnessed abuse reported it to an authority such as the HSE or gardaí

Google to cut ties with Huawei as it's set to restrict access to Android

Google said it was complying with a US government order.

From The42 When the Cats come to town - Carlow and Kilkenny reignite their Leinster derby after 26 years The Neighbours This post contains videos

When the Cats come to town - Carlow and Kilkenny reignite their Leinster derby after 26 years

Constantly living in Kilkenny’s shadow through the years, Carlow welcomed them to Netwatch Cullen Park yesterday.

Opinion: 'The Farage approach would strip the heart from democracy'

The Brexit Party is leading the polls but has refused to publish a manifesto – that approach poses a threat to democracy, writes Matthew Murphy.

Farmers facing 'financial wipe out' to wait and see after government makes aid plea to Brussels

Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed has said he has appealed to colleagues in other member states.

HSE issues tender for construction of new mortuary at University Hospital Waterford

It follows the suspension of mortuary services at the facility earlier this month.

Ireland South debate: Carbon tax and EU army dominate as nine candidates battle it out ahead of Friday's vote

Nine candidates took part in the Sunday night debate on RTÉ One.

Three west Dublin garda stations regularly share one patrol car as gang feud continues

A number of shootings related to the feud have happened in the last six months.

Yesterday’s News

From The42 Koepka survives major Sunday scare to defend PGA Championship title Major Moment

Koepka survives major Sunday scare to defend PGA Championship title

The American held off a late challenge from Dustin Johnson to secure a wire-to-wire victory at Bethpage Black.

The 1995 referendum campaign was a thoroughly different beast to this one

Friday’s referendum has failed to see much of a debate.

Prince Charles and Camilla to take in the sights of Wicklow

Gardaí have been carrying out security sweeps of locations where the royals are due to visit.

Opinion: Are we ready to let go of the Catholic Church's rituals?

Baptism, First Communion, Confirmation, Marriage and Burial are now rites of passage but do we understand their theological foundations, writes Shane Dunphy.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s what mead the news today.

'News flash morons - I’m not coming back': The week in quotes

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

Government will help family of Trinity professor who went missing on Everest 'in any way possible'

Seamus Lawless went missing on the world’s highest mountain earlier this week.

Hedgecutting on M7 in Naas permitted as part of planned roadworks

Ensuring that there are no birds nesting in the area earmarked for clearance is a requirement for planned construction work.

From The42 Cork bounce back as they claim impressive win against All-Ireland champs Limerick Back On Track

Cork bounce back as they claim impressive win against All-Ireland champs Limerick

31,274 in the Gaelic Grounds for today’s clash.

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From The42 As it happened: Limerick v Cork, Munster Hurling Championship Updates

As it happened: Limerick v Cork, Munster Hurling Championship

The Rebels aim to bounce back as they take on the reigning All-Ireland champions.

17 people injured after explosion hits tourist bus near Egyptian pyramids

It comes months after a similar explosion killed three tourists in the region.

Switzerland votes to approve stricter gun laws in line with EU regulations

Reports suggest the country has one of the highest rates of gun ownership in the world.

Son of Sophie Toscan du Plantier appeals to locals of West Cork to attend trial in France

Pierre-Louis Baudey Vignaud said that it was imperative that the relevant parties travel to France.

From The42 As it happened: Tipperary v Waterford, Munster Hurling Championship Liveblog

As it happened: Tipperary v Waterford, Munster Hurling Championship

We went minute-by-minute as Tipperary welcomed Waterford to Semple Stadium.

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