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Today’s News

Electricity supply returns to 35,000 in north Dublin after outage

ESB Networks apologised for the inconvenience.

From The42 Do you agree with our predicted Ireland XI to face New Zealand? Ready To Go

Do you agree with our predicted Ireland XI to face New Zealand?

Mick McCarthy is unlikely to start too many of his key players in the game.

Garda whistleblower insists former assistant commissioner engaged in 'deliberate and unmitigated' cover-up

The tribunal is in its fourth week and has now finished hearing from Garda Nicholas Keogh.

Tánaiste: 'Irish military sent to Turkey in supportive role, not to extract Lisa Smith'

It was revealed yesterday that Smith is due to be repatriated to Ireland.

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From The42 Joy of six for Ireland's young guns as U17s begin Euro qualifiers on a high in Cork Teenage Kicks

Joy of six for Ireland's young guns as U17s begin Euro qualifiers on a high in Cork

Colin O’Brien’s side were 6-0 winners over Andorra at Turner’s Cross.

Jury convicts two Leitrim men of raping woman at party

They had pleaded not guilty to rape in a flat in a town in the county on a date in 2017.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

More Lorraine Clifford-Lee tweets, the boil-water notice lifted, and dangerously overtaking cyclists is now a penalty-point offence.

Ex-Ireland striker who thrived in Belgium urges players to look beyond the UK

Dominic Foley recounted his fascinating career on the latest instalment of The Football Family podcast.

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New tweets emerge of Fianna Fáil's Lorraine Clifford-Lee using offensive term 'pikey'

In an exclusive interview with the Irish Examiner, the senator said that what she did was “wrong” and that she was sorry.

Extract: From 'litir' to 'meisce'... A history of Ireland in 10 (or so) words

Ancient Irish texts teach us about how people saw the world back then, as the authors of a new book explain.

Repair works cost State €40m after concerns over structural defects at schools

A total of 40 schools were caught up in the controversy over structural and fire safety deficiencies.

Man and woman charged with over 200 offences against five children at Killarney court

The garda investigation took place over three years.

Man smashed 12 televisions in Cork bookies 'for ruining his life'

Philip Barry, who was homeless at the time of the office, caused €15,000 worth of damage.

'Hiding isn't going to make it go away': Fine Gael Ministers call on Clifford-Lee to apologise over social media comments

Lorraine Clifford-Lee has come under fire in recent days over controversial tweets she posted in the past.

From The42 FA to investigate anti-IRA chants aimed at James McClean - reports Abuse

FA to investigate anti-IRA chants aimed at James McClean - reports

The Irish international was abused by sections of the home support during Stoke City’s 4-2 win over Barnsley at Oakwell.

Boil water notice for 600,000 people in Dublin, Kildare and Meath lifted with immediate effect

Irish Water said an audit of the plant and satisfactory results of a number of water samples were factors in the decision.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

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Revenue extends pay and file deadline after issues with online system Tax

Revenue extends pay and file deadline after issues with online system

ROS was unavailable for a period of time this afternoon while Revenue’s technical team refreshed the system.

Protesters gather inside Roscommon house at centre of eviction row

A court ruled in October that KBC Bank was entitled to an injunction forcing the occupants to vacate the property.

'Not our problem': Suspected jihadist trapped in no-man's land at border after being expelled from Turkey

President Erdogan said that the man was not Turkey’s problem.

Man charged with assaulting woman in Co Meath incident

The man appeared at Trim District Court this afternoon and was remanded on bail.

Israel kills top Palestinian Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza attack

Israel was attacked with rockets following the strike on the Palestinian militants.

Noel Grealish accused of 'disgraceful racism' in Dáil after raising questions about money being sent to Nigeria Dáil Row This post contains videos

Noel Grealish accused of 'disgraceful racism' in Dáil after raising questions about money being sent to Nigeria

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said that Irish people had ‘for centuries’ sent money back to Ireland.

Lisa Smith will be subject to security assessment on arrival in Ireland

Yesterday Turkey said it was in the process of deporting 20 ‘foreign jihadists’.

Sinn Féin supports calls for a government review into the health impacts of 5G rollout

Sinn Féin says it is open to talks with Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil after the next general election.

'Young people are being failed': Calls for rent freeze as average monthly rent reaches over €1,400

Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil hit out at Taoiseach Leo Varadkar during Leaders’ Questions in the Dáil.

From The42 Heartache for Ireland as late equaliser ends winning start to 2021 qualifiers Tough Blow

Heartache for Ireland as late equaliser ends winning start to 2021 qualifiers

It finished 1-1 in Athens as Greece struck for an injury-time goal.

Man to appear in court after baby girl hospitalised following assault in Meath

Gardaí said that a woman in her 20s received minor injuries after she was attacked at around 7am.

'Accounting error' caused Irish Uber customers to be charged for journeys they didn't take

Some users were charged up to €70 after they failed to flag a taxi using the app.

EU countries must now label products imported from Israeli occupied territories

It follows a case taken by a French tribunal in 2016.

Man (30s) arrested after three handguns and ammunition found in holdall bag

The firearms were found during a search of a premises in Drogheda Town yesterday.

UK election: Labour party hit by 'large-scale cyber attack'

The party said that no data breach occurred.

Broken lifts at Dart stations 'getting worse', warn disability activists

Several lifts were out of order at Dart stations this morning. Irish Rail said it was working to get them fixed.

From The42 Sterling dropped by England for Montenegro clash after bust-up with Gomez Bust-up

Sterling dropped by England for Montenegro clash after bust-up with Gomez

The Three Lions will have to play without the Manchester City winger after Gareth Southgate decided he will not be considered for selection.

Ireland fined €5m plus daily penalty of €15,000 over landslides at Galway wind farm

The fine relates to an incident which saw 50,000 fish killed in 2003.

'Shameful': Hillary Clinton slams UK government for not publishing report into Russian interference

A report was sent to PM Boris Johnson a month ago but has not been published

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