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Today’s News

From The42 'Absolutely huge' - Ireland crowned European AFL champions after remarkable showing in London On The Up

'Absolutely huge' - Ireland crowned European AFL champions after remarkable showing in London

Mike Currane’s Irish Banshees won five games from five, and didn’t concede a single score.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Emma DeSouza, Catalonia and Brexit had everyone talking today.

One of Britain’s worst paedophiles stabbed to death in prison

Richard Huckle was given 22 life sentences in 2016 for an unprecedented number of offences against children.

Chaos at Barcelona airport as thousands protest over sentencing of Catalan leaders

Demonstrators flooded the streets of Barcelona before marching towards El Prat airport in Barcelona.

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Japan searches for survivors as Typhoon Hagibis death toll hits 56

Hagibis crashed into the country on Saturday night.

From The42 Do you agree with our Ireland team to face Switzerland? Have Your Say

Do you agree with our Ireland team to face Switzerland?

Mick McCarthy has some big calls to make after Saturday’s frustrating stalemate against Georgia.

White House condemns fake video of Trump shooting media and political opponents

In the clip, the US president’s head is superimposed on a man opening fire in the ‘Church of Fake News’.

7 in 10 people in Ireland don't think a Brexit deal will be reached by the end of the week

That’s according to an opinion poll carried out by Amarách Research for RTÉ’s Claire Byrne Live/TheJournal.ie.

'It's going to be difficult to establish a solution to the problem that the DeSouza case creates'

The issue about more than citizenship and identity, writes Sarah Creighton.

'Dogs on the street' knew about alleged Garda collusion with drug dealers, whistleblower tells tribunal

Garda Nick Kehoe claims he was harassed and bullied by management after he made a protected disclosure about colleagues.

'Devastated' Emma DeSouza says immigration ruling rewrites the Good Friday Agreement 

DeSouza, from Co Derry, identified herself as Irish in an application for a residence card for her US-born husband.

26 longer Luas trams to be introduced on Green Line

The first of the trams, which will increase passenger capacity from 319 to 408, was officially unveiled today.

'Until now people have been expecting these kids to adapt - but why should they adapt?'

Just because a child has autism or has neuro-diverse needs, it doesn’t mean they can’t be encouraged to be artistic, as these experts show.

From The42 'Joe Schmidt will have an array of plays ready for this New Zealand defence' The42 Rugby Weekly

'Joe Schmidt will have an array of plays ready for this New Zealand defence'

Murray Kinsella and Eoin Toolan look ahead to Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final against the All Blacks.

Appeal to find teenage boy missing from Tallaght for 10 days

Joseph Lawrence was last seen on 4 October.

Ex-sex worker asks judge to stop woman publishing claims she never 'worked' certain Dublin streets

Judge O’Connor reserved his judgment until next week.

Firm ordered to pay €30,000 to woman after chef 'sexually harassed her and pinched her bottom' WRC

Firm ordered to pay €30,000 to woman after chef 'sexually harassed her and pinched her bottom'

The company provides catering services at the offices of a government department.

Father-of-five jailed for 18 months after being sent two child sexual abuse videos

He had plead guilty to two charges of knowingly possessing child pornography on 31 October 2018.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Law Society claims 'tits and filth' WhatsApp group contained no reference to female students

‘Offensive’ content was allegedly circulated among students at Blackhall Place.

More than 24,000 cigarettes and almost 20kg of tobacco seized by Revenue

The products were seized after two separate searches in Wexford and Tipperary.

Number of births in Ireland continue to decrease as number of deaths increase

In 2018, a total of 61,901 births were registered in Ireland, down from 62,919 the year previous.

From The42 Bundee Aki's World Cup is over after being handed a three-match ban Breaking

Bundee Aki's World Cup is over after being handed a three-match ban

The Connacht man was red-carded for a high tackle against Samoa on Saturday.

Gascoigne grabbed woman's face and kissed her 'completely out of the blue', court hears

The 52-year-old ex-England footballer denies a single count of sexual assault.

Aer Lingus flight forced to re-route to Dublin and back after technical issue and lightning strike

The plane reached St. Georges Channel east of Termonfeckin, Co Louth when it was struck.

Woman shot dead in her home by Texas police officer was playing video games with nephew

A neighbour had called a non-emergency line to report the home’s front door had been left open.

The NTA is looking for public feedback on clamping and clampers

The NTA launched the public consultation on its Code of Practice today.

Farmers block industry representatives from entering first taskforce meeting

A newly established beef task force was due to meet this morning to examine the future of the beef industry in Ireland.

Timmy Hourihane murder 'reveals danger faced by homeless people on the streets'

Timothy Hourihane had been assaulted and had sustained serious injuries to his head and body.

From The42 Letter from Tbilisi: George W Bush St, the DOD and 19th century meals COYBIG

Letter from Tbilisi: George W Bush St, the DOD and 19th century meals

Gavin Cooney moves on to Geneva having been charmed by the Georgian capital, if not the football.

The Queen's Speech: Here's Boris Johnson's plan for the UK

There will be “new regimes for fisheries agriculture and trade” after Brexit, the queen told the Commons and House of Lords.

'It takes two to tango': UK and EU officials to resume Brexit talks in Brussels

There are doubts about the feasibility of a British proposal to track goods as they move through Northern Ireland.

What can we expect from the Queen's Speech?

The ceremony has existed in its current form since 1852, and kickstarts the British government’s legislative agenda.

'Painful': Storm Lorenzo brought huge number of dangerous man o'war jellyfish to the Irish coast

The creatures washed up in huge numbers in recent days.

Poll: Would you prefer another Brexit extension? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you prefer another Brexit extension?

The UK is due to leave the EU on 31 October.

Seven men discharged from hospital after fall from truck in Enniskerry

Nine people were injured in the incident on Saturday.

The 9 at 9: Monday

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

Spain's supreme court finds Catalan leaders guilty of sedition over failed independence bid

The leaders of the independence movement were found guilty on charges of sedition and misuse of public funds.

Fake video of Trump shooting media and political opponents shown at president's resort

In the clip, the US president’s head is superimposed on a man opening fire in the “Church of Fake News”.

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