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Dublin: 14 °C Friday 16 November, 2018

Today’s News

Gardaí probe if Clive Staunton (50) was shot dead in Leixlip because of familial links to Hutches

Gardaí do not believe he was involved in any criminality.

Man seriously injured in Dublin house fire

Five Dublin Fire Brigade units tackled the blaze in Milltown.

De Dannan co-founder and famed bouzouki player Alec Finn dies aged 74 RIP This post contains videos

De Dannan co-founder and famed bouzouki player Alec Finn dies aged 74

The musician was born in England before making Galway his home.

From The42 Meath v Dublin challenge match aiming to raise over €100,000 for Sean Cox Worthy Cause

Meath v Dublin challenge match aiming to raise over €100,000 for Sean Cox

The fundraiser will be played at Pairc Tailteann on 16 December.

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Man (28) appears in court accused murdering Fermanagh woman

Pauline Kilkenny’s body was found in her isolated home earlier this week, where she was stabbed 30 times.

Poll: Should tattoos and intimate piercings be banned for under 18s? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should tattoos and intimate piercings be banned for under 18s?

Fianna Fáil has introduced legislation to do just this.

From The42 Martin O'Neill is running out of excuses Opinion

Martin O'Neill is running out of excuses

The Republic of Ireland were involved in a dire 0-0 draw with the North last night.

Take a weight off: Definition of kilogramme set to change

Researchers are expected to approve the use of a scientific formula to define the exact weight of a kilogramme.

Simon Coveney hits out at 'idiots' who booed God Save the Queen at Northern Ireland match From The Stands This post contains videos

Simon Coveney hits out at 'idiots' who booed God Save the Queen at Northern Ireland match

The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland played at the Aviva Stadium last night.

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Injunction sought preventing hotel being used as accommodation for asylum seekers

A company wants to develop the Shannon Key West Hotel into a tourist hotel.

Julian Assange charged in US, court documents show

The development could have implications for Robert Mueller’s probe into alleged Russian meddling in the US presidential election.

The 9 at 9: Friday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

Spice Girls to play Croke Park next May

Tickets go on sale next Thursday at 9am.

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May to appoint new Brexit Secretary secretary in coming days as Gove confirms he's staying on

The British PM has said that she believed in her Brexit deal with “every fibre of my being.”

Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of Cambodia genocide in landmark ruling

The “reign of terror” left some two million Cambodians dead from overwork, starvation and mass executions.

California wildfires: 63 dead, more than 600 missing

At least 63 people have been confirmed dead so far.

Opinion: 'An enormous burden falls on the shoulders of our nurses in Ireland'

Our healthcare system in Ireland needs our nurses more than ever but measuring their performance has not been a priority, says former INMO General Secretary Liam Doran.

'Nowhere near enough': Healy-Rae reiterates army call as €100k funding to fight rhododendrons announced

Intensive labour is required to get rid of the invasive weed, and Michael Healy-Rae said more is needed to eradicate the problem.

Calls for churches to turn 'blood red' to highlight Christian bloodshed and persecution

On 28 November, some major landmarks around the world will light up “blood red” to raise awareness of the persecution of Christians.

Final say on FG entering coalition government with another party may have to go to a vote

Fine Gael will consider a rule change to allow a special party conference to be convened.

'The worst I've seen yet': Concern as number of HIV and STI diagnoses rise this year

A total of 11,078 STI diagnoses have been reported so far this year.

Yesterday’s News

'It was horrific': Family of Kilkenny mother-of-two murdered in 1984 speak of ongoing anguish

Marie Tierney was found strangled on 21 December 1984.

Midlands Regional Hospital in Tullamore hit by Windows ransomware attack

The hospital suffered a Windows Ransomware attack on Wednesday.

Over 1,500 caravan migrants arrive at US border after over a month on the road

The full caravan – some 5,500 migrants in all – was expected to continue arriving in Tijuana in the coming hours.

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From The42 Brilliant Randolph ensures Ireland avoid Dublin defeat to the North Report

Brilliant Randolph ensures Ireland avoid Dublin defeat to the North

The goalkeeper produced a couple of outstanding saves in a goalless draw at the Aviva Stadium.

Judge says Florida election problems make it a 'laughing stock of the world'

The judge also rejected a request to extend the deadline for all of the state’s counties to submit the results of a machine recount.

FSAI recalls batch of raw goats milk over E Coli contamination concerns

Point-of-sale notices will be displayed in locations where the implicated milk has been sold.

The letter Michael O'Leary sent to Matt Cooper when he asked to write a book on Ryanair

O’Leary said he had “no interest in such books” and outlined he would not be available for an interview.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend? Cinema This post contains a poll

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend?

What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.

Judge delays ruling over revoked White House credential for CNN reporter

US District Court Judge Timothy Kelly delayed the announcement until tomorrow morning.

French ex-minister Georges Tron cleared of raping two former employees

Georges Tron was forced to resign in 2011 over the allegations made by two women.

Trucker who brought nearly €300,000 worth of cocaine into Dublin Port jailed for eight and a half years

The drugs were seized at Dublin Port in August 2015 as part of a joint operation involving the Revenue and the Gardai.

New bill proposes ban on tattoos and intimate piercings for under 18s

The Bill has been brought forward by Fianna Fáil public health spokesperson Mary Butler TD.

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Man who damaged M50 toll gantry with angle grinder before threatening gardaí jailed for six months

It was the second time that the accused had damaged an M50 toll gantry.

From The42 First Ireland start for Blackburn defender as O'Neill names side to face the North Team News

First Ireland start for Blackburn defender as O'Neill names side to face the North

Robbie Brady also returns after his injury absence, with Glenn Whelan wearing the captain’s armband.

Investigation launched into sudden death of man (40s) in dockland workplace incident

Calls have been made for better protection and safety protocols for all dock and port workers.

Temple Bar pubs and U2 hotel among 99 objections to State's first supervised injecting centre

The centre would cater for 60 heroin and cocaine addicts every day.

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