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Today’s News

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

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

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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.

Fianna Fáil justice spokesman says it would be 'beneficial' for Clifford-Lee to meet with Pavee Point

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

EU countries must now label products imported from Israeli occupied territories

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

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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

Woman in her 90s dies following house fire in north Dublin

Gardaí and fire services attended the fire at a house in Corballis, Cloghran at around 11.20pm last night.

Boeing expects 737 Max planes will resume flying in January

The 737 Max plane was grounded after two crashes killed 346 people.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s all the news you need to know as you start your day.

Call to extend sugar tax as part of 'drastic actions' to tackle childhood obesity

The survey was part of a new document by the Irish Heart Foundation to tackle childhood obesity.

Poll: Should there be a ban on selling sweets beside shop checkouts? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should there be a ban on selling sweets beside shop checkouts?

The Irish Heart Foundation has launched a plan to cut childhood obesity rates by half in the next decade.

British teenager ended up on life support after suffering respiratory failure linked to vaping

At 16 years old, he required an exterior artificial lung to put oxygen into the blood

Australians warned to seek shelter from bushfires as it's 'too late to leave' their homes

Eleven bushfires along the country’s east coast have been declared as emergencies.

New regulations to stop alcohol being advertised around children take effect from today

Ireland has the third highest levels of adolescent binge drinking in the world.

Jimmy Carter hospitalised for brain surgery following recent falls

Carter was US president from 1977 to 1981.

Half of LGBT+ students have heard homophobic or transphobic comments from staff members at school

73% of LGBT+ students surveyed said they feel unsafe at school.

Ex-Bolivian president travelling to Mexico after being granted asylum

This comes as his supporters and foes clashed on the streets of La Paz following his resignation.

Man who went on the run during trial for sexual abuse begins jail term

The girl was aged between five and eight years old at the time, while he was aged between 14 and 18 years old.

Thousands of kilos of potent greenhouse gas leaked from an ESB station. The EPA wasn't told

SF6 is a greenhouse gas with a global warming potential 23,000 times that of carbon dioxide.

Who's running? How do I get on the register? Everything you need to know about this month's Dáil by-elections

Voters in constituencies in Dublin, Cork and Wexford will be heading to the polls.

A new record high: The average monthly rent in Ireland is now over €1,400

Areas like Munster have seen large increases in rent prices this year compared to 2018.

Yesterday’s News

Donald Trump greeted with cheers and protests during Veterans Day speech

As Trump hailed US veterans as the “greatest warriors to walk the face of the earth”, Impeachment balloons floated nearby.

Gardaí seize cocaine worth €1.4 million in Drogheda

A man aged in his 30s was arrested at the scene.

From The42 'Both teams would have been happy with the replay rather than it be settled on penalties' Spot Kicks

'Both teams would have been happy with the replay rather than it be settled on penalties'

Portlaoise’s Craig Rogers kicked the winning spot kick to book their place in the Leinster SFC semi-finals.

Total number of patients without hospital beds soars to 100,000

This is only the second time that the annual figures have surpassed 100,000.

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'It's absolutely shocking': Young dog with severe injuries found chained to gate

The animal was found in a critical condition by ISPCA staff.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Lisa Smith set to return to Ireland, a senator apologises for 2011 tweet, and political instability in Bolivia.

From The42 'Me and Kevin Kilbane have been in Coppers more times since we retired than as footballers' Interview

'Me and Kevin Kilbane have been in Coppers more times since we retired than as footballers'

Ex-Ireland international Stephen Hunt reflects on life after football.

Future interim Bolivian president promises new elections amidst pro-Morales protests

It follows weeks of protests against the re-election of the 60-year-old.

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