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Today’s News

Singer Duffy reveals she was 'raped, drugged and held captive' for several days

The 35-year-old has not released an album since 2010.

From The42 Alonso sent off as Bayern crush Chelsea to put one foot in Champions League quarter-finals

Alonso sent off as Bayern crush Chelsea to put one foot in Champions League quarter-finals

All the goals came in the second half with Serge Gnabry scoring twice.

Man fatally stabbed outside Dublin house named as Gareth Kelly (39)

The incident happened at the Brownsbarn estate in Kingswood.

Harris to meet with IRFU tomorrow after Dept says Ireland - Italy Six Nations game shouldn't go ahead

Health Minister Simon Harris made the announcement this evening.

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Coronavirus: St Patrick's Festival organisers say they'll "follow advice in all matters of public safety'

The Department of Health said this evening that the Six Nations game due to take place a week before Patrick’s Day shouldn’t go ahead.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

Here’s what made headlines today.

From The42 Remembering the last time the Six Nations ended up in chaos Only A Game?

Remembering the last time the Six Nations ended up in chaos

The Ireland v Italy game is almost certain to be postponed because of the Coronavirus, evoking memories of 2001 when the foot and mouth crisis forced rugby to look at the bigger picture.

11-year-old girl who was allegedly abused by creche worker tells trial 'I wasn't making it up'

The girl made the comments during cross-examination today.

Senior Lord resigns after long-awaited report into historical child sex abuse in Westminster published

An inquiry found politicians “turned a blind eye” to child abuse to avoid scandals.

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Dublin City Council starts legal bid to remove 'Horseboy' and David Attenborough murals

The murals did not have permission of the city’s planning department.

Three Irish soldiers injured in Mali after device explodes near convoy

The soldiers were injured around 900km north-east of the capital Bamako.

Varadkar and Martin agree to meet again while Sinn Féin and Green Party talk policy for 7.5 hours

More talks today but we’re still no closer to a government.

Freckles - the 'luckiest sheep in north Dublin' - uses a custom wheelchair to get around the farm

The sheep lives on a volunteer-run farm in St Anne’s Park, Dublin.

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Nationwide Status Yellow snow and ice warning in effect with fresh wind warning for 3 counties tonight

The warning came into effect at 6am and will remain in place until 9am Wednesday.

Three children receive €225,000 settlement over alleged illnesses caused by windfarm near family home

The three children claimed that they had to leave their family home months after a nearby windfarm began operation.

Travel advice: Can I cancel my trip to Italy over coronavirus (and will I get a refund)?

The Department of Foreign Affairs is advising against travel to certain areas of Italy – these are your options if you have a trip booked.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Schools in Wicklow and Dublin taking precautions after return of students from Italy ski trips

Schools are being constantly updated by the HSE regarding the outbreak.

Kieran Greene found guilty of murdering woman whose remains were found in Dublin and Wicklow mountains

Patricia O’Connor was Kieran Greene’s partner’s mother.

In a first, the Planning Regulator has urged a minister to reverse decision for east Cork retail village

Under legislation, Minister Damien English has two weeks to decide whether to accept or reject the regulator’s recommendation.

Coronavirus spreads to southern Italy as Switzerland, Austria and Croatia report cases

Here at home the National Public Health Emergency Team is meeting to monitor the situation and advance preparedness plans.

From The42 'If Murray is playing that first half for England, he's probably man of the match' Defence

'If Murray is playing that first half for England, he's probably man of the match'

Ireland lock James Ryan says the forwards need to make life easier for Conor Murray and Johnny Sexton.

Write short stories? Here's your chance to have your work featured on TheJournal.ie and RTÉ

The RTÉ Short Story competition is back for 2020 – and once again we’ll be featuring three winning stories on our site.

Gardaí issue witness appeal after woman struck by bus in Dublin

The woman is currently in St James’ Hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Coronavirus and Brexit talks add urgency to government formation, says Simon Coveney

The tánaiste was speaking in Brussels at an EU special summit.

EU to demand 'level playing field' and access to UK waters in Brexit trade talks

The terms also include a controversial clause stating that Britain should “return unlawfully removed cultural objects to their countries of origin”.

First case of rubella in Ireland in more than a decade confirmed at company in Cork

The HSE is advising that the best protection from rubella is the MMR vaccine.

Hundreds of tourists at Tenerife hotel in isolation after Italian citizen tests positive for coronavirus

A number of Irish nationals staying in the area have made contact with the Department of Foreign Affairs.

Iran's deputy health minister has been diagnosed with the coronavirus

Clusters of the illness have been reported across Iran.

From The42 Eddie Jones says sorry for remark about Ireland – but does he mean it? Apology

Eddie Jones says sorry for remark about Ireland – but does he mean it?

England’s outspoken coach initially said his team could have declared at half-time against Ireland.

Placido Domingo says he is 'truly sorry' after investigation finds multiple harassment complaints from women

The investigation was carried out by the US union representing opera performers.

'I keep to myself more than in the past': Teenagers attacked with acid discuss impact on their lives

One of the victim’s mother said the incident had changed her son.

Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak dies aged 91

He ruled Egypt for over 30 years.

Students call on University of Limerick to reverse decision to double-up bedrooms on campus

Rent for the twin rooms will range from €2,800 to €4,250 per person.

Lise Hand: Mary Lou was borne aloft in a tricolour-draped golden palanquin carved from the bones of fallen Elites

Lise Hand was at the Sinn Féin rally in Cork last night, the first in a series planned for this week.

Poll: What topping will you have on your pancakes? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: What topping will you have on your pancakes?

Classic sugar and lemon? Nutella? Maple syrup?

Conor Murphy again refuses to state that Paul Quinn was not a criminal

Quinn’s mother Breege has repeatedly called for the Sinn Féin MLA to publicly state that her son, who was murdered in 2007, was not a criminal.

'We want him home to his two boys': Family of man missing for over two weeks renew appeal

Terry Byrne left his home in Dunboyne in Co Meath on 7 February.

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