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Dublin: 4 °C Wednesday 21 November, 2018

Today’s News

Around 20 redundancies in Dublin as Ikea announces global job cuts

Redundancies could be offered over the next 2 years, the company said.

'A cruel blow' before Christmas: Bombardier to cut almost 500 jobs in North

The figure represents more than 10% of the firm’s total workforce in the North.

Scouting Ireland review finds historical evidence of 71 alleged abusers

Most cases dated between the 1960s and 1980s, Minister for Children Katherine Zappone said.

Residential Tenancies Board hearing cancelled after protesters occupy office over family's eviction

Activists are calling for a greater level of independence on the board.

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From The42 O'Neill and Keane part company with the FAI 'by mutual agreement' Gone Baby Gone

O'Neill and Keane part company with the FAI 'by mutual agreement'

The Ireland management team’s five-year spell in charge is over after a dismal 2018.

US tourist killed by arrow-shooting Indian tribe

John Chau (27) took a boat ride to North Sentinel Island where the indigenous people live cut off from the outside world.

Brexit waltz moves on as May heads to Brussels for tea and Varadkar hopes Dáil sings from same hymn sheet

Leo Varadkar is hoping for more parliamentary support than his British counterpart.

Poll: Will you start your Christmas shopping on Cyber Monday? Capitalism This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you start your Christmas shopping on Cyber Monday?

Are you going to take advantage of the sales to get a jumpstart on your Christmas shopping?

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Rain weather warnings are in place in 5 counties until noon today – here’s your morning update.

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From The42 Martin O'Neill summoned to crunch talks as FAI eye change - reports COYBIG

Martin O'Neill summoned to crunch talks as FAI eye change - reports

O’Neill and assistant Roy Keane have overseen a tough year for the national team.

E coli found in 51 private water supplies that serve schools, hotels and pubs

Almost 20% of Ireland’s population is supplied by private water supplies, including household wells.

Russia doesn't get its man as Interpol goes for South Korean as new president

Kim Jong-yang defeated Alexander Prokopchuk in Interpol’s election.

Gunmen abduct Italian aid worker from Kenyan village

The 23-year-old was taken from a coastal village in an armed raid.

Wet driving conditions in midlands and east as rainfall warning remains in effect

A rainfall warning is in place for Dublin, Louth, Wicklow and Meath until midday.

FAMILY MAGAZINE
Help! Should my child be toilet trained by now? Plus the truly awkward stages of every playdate
'We’re not gonna give up hundreds of billions of dollars' - Trump cites oil prices and sticks by Saudi Arabia All About The Money This post contains videos

'We’re not gonna give up hundreds of billions of dollars' - Trump cites oil prices and sticks by Saudi Arabia

The US President acknowledged that Mohammed bin Salman may have known about the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.

Opinion: Government plans to tackle child neglect - but we've heard it all before

The First 5 plan is one in a long line of strategies to protect children but nothing ever changes on the ground, writes child protection expert, Shane Dunphy.

New part-time training course to become a solicitor set to be offered

That is one recommendation in a new report launched by the Law Society of Ireland today.

Suicide: Concerns that Netflix show 13 Reasons Why could lead to 'copycat cases'

The popular Netflix drama has proven controversial, with research around the world ongoing.

For Ireland to build the houses it needs, it'll need foreign workers... but they won't be able to afford the rent

This would be necessary if housing supply was to increase as planned, the ESRI has said.

Future of College Green: Council CEO says gradual changes will lead to 'completely traffic-free area'

Dubin City Council’s plans for a pedestrianised plaza were rejected in October.

Yesterday’s News

Antidepressant prescriptions increased after Brexit vote

The UK voted to leave the EU on 23 June 2016.

Public asked to help find boy missing since last week

Julian Reed was last seen in Dripsey on Thursday.

Man arrested and gun seized in crackdown on organised crime in Limerick

The man was stopped by gardaí who were on patrol this evening.

Renault stands by 'incapacitated' chief executive Ghosn, but names deputy as fill in

Carlos Ghosn was arrested yesterday on charges of under-reporting his pay at Nissan.

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Children's Christmas hoodie recalled over choking and suffocation hazard

Anyone who has bought the jumper is entitled to a full refund.

Chicago hospital gunman had been kicked out of firefighting academy

Four people were shot dead during a shooting at a Chicago hospital yesterday.

'Everyone was screaming for help': At least 50 people killed in Kabul suicide bombing

The attack targeted a religious celebration in the Afghan capital.

Abortion legislation to be reviewed in three years time, instead of five

The proposed legislation allows for the operation of the Act to be reviewed after its commencement next year.

Appeal to find Irishman who has gone missing in Canada

Damien Hanley was last seen on Friday.

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From The42 World Player of the Year prize would be fitting reward for Sexton's incredible 2018 Standard Bearer

World Player of the Year prize would be fitting reward for Sexton's incredible 2018

‘Where he stands out above a lot of the other players is his ability to see things on the pitch and pick the right options.’

Calls for Booking.com to follow Airbnb's move to remove Israeli West Bank settlement listings

Israel strongly denounced Airbnb’s decision and threatened legal action against the company.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

A murder trial, tax changes and Brexit had people talking today.

Redress Board work cost €1.1bn, while abused residents in industrial schools get €970m

The awards are made to those abused while resident in industrial schools.

Norwegian man charged with sexual offences involving some 300 teenage boys

The charges include rape, according to Norwegian media reports.

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Trump says US stands by Saudi Arabia despite Khashoggi murder

He acknowledged the Saudi prince may have known of the murder.

Government to oppose Bill that would increase social and affordable housing in private estates

The Bill seeks an increase in the provision of social and affordable housing to 25% in private developments.

Máiría Cahill accuses Mary Lou McDonald of 'bluster and spin' after meeting

Cahill said she received a qualified apology from the Sinn Féin leader.

Proud Obafemi 'never had any doubts' about representing Ireland

The 18-year-old Southampton striker made his senior international debut last night against Denmark.

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