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Dublin: 4 °C Sunday 15 December, 2019

Today’s News

Two years on, nobody has been charged over the murder of this Limerick woman

A garda investigation into the murder of Rose Hanrahan (78) is following a definite line of enquiry.

'Scotland can't be imprisoned': Tories facing showdown over refusal to back new independence vote

The Conservatives have said they will “absolutely” not hold another independence referendum in Scotland.

Gavin and Stacey star apologises after calling BBC journalist a 'disingenuous plopcarpet'

Matthew Horne said he was “caught up in the frenzy of the election”.

From The42 LIVE: Arsenal v Manchester City, Premier League Super Sunday

LIVE: Arsenal v Manchester City, Premier League

All eyes on the Emirates Stadium.

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Chinese State TV pulls Arsenal match after player's comments on treatment of Muslims

Mesut Ozil spoke out about the treatment of ethnic minority Uighurs in Xinjiang province.

Michael Gove 'confident' of Brexit trade deal by end of next year, Michel Barnier says this is 'unrealistic'

Gove said Simon Coveney “takes a different view” of Barnier’s recently recorded criticism of this claim.

US Hallmark TV channel pulls ads with brides kissing after conservative pressure

The controversy from the ads was a distraction, a spokeswoman for the channel said.

Rich countries 'missing in action' as compromise at UN climate summit falls well short

Greater ambition for how far countries were willing to go to combat the climate crisis failed to materialise at COP25.

Police in the North are investigating a serious assault in Co Antrim

Reports of a man being stabbed were received by police early this morning.

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Micheál Martin urges Varadkar to give 'certainty' and says end of April is 'logical time' for election

The Fianna Fáil leader also claimed that the Northern Irish assembly will be back up and running by 13 January. “Mark my words,” he said.

Man (20s) dies after crashing into wall in Cork city

The incident occurred at around 2.45am this morning.

Status Yellow snow/ice warning extended to Monday morning

A snow/ice warning has been in place since yesterday morning.

Over 2,800 people used late-night Dublin Bus route in first five nights

Two new 24-hour bus services began earlier this month.

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Luxe open-plan home with a south-facing garden in Mount Merrion for €1.6m

Danish-French actress Anna Karina has died aged 79

Karina died of cancer in a French hospital yesterday.

Poll: Should supermarkets stop selling some food at a loss at Christmas? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should supermarkets stop selling some food at a loss at Christmas?

Larger shops sell fresh food at a loss to encourage sales on other goods.

From The42 Rio revenge as Michael Conlan scores wide win against Olympic nemesis Nikitin Redemption

Rio revenge as Michael Conlan scores wide win against Olympic nemesis Nikitin

Conlan wins 100-90, 99-91, and 98-92 to improve his unbeaten pro record.

Fine Gael spent over €13,000 promoting by-election candidates on Facebook and Instagram

Facebook data shows Fine Gael outspent all other parties on promoting candidates through Facebook.

Cyclist dies after being struck by Luas this morning

Gardaí are appealling for witnesses of the incident to get in touch.

Sitdown Sunday: Where is Ghislaine Maxwell?

Settle back in a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

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

The Irish For: Cabbage in bed and fruit in a sock - a few lost rituals to help find a suitor

Here are some traditions described in an Irish poem that claim to help find a suitor.

From The42 No social media, no fancy cars, no excuses and no bulls***! The gospel according to Daryl Horgan STRAIGHT UP

No social media, no fancy cars, no excuses and no bulls***! The gospel according to Daryl Horgan

The Hibernian and Republic of Ireland winger – and his four-year-old son Jack – meets The42 for a wide-ranging chat in Edinburgh.

'I take my responsibility for it': Jeremy Corbyn apologises for Labour's election result

Corbyn has written an open letter to Labour supporters.

Explainer: What happened with the White island volcanic eruption?

The disaster was not entirely unexpected.

Government drafting legislation to regulate cash for gold shops

There was concern when these shops first opened in Ireland that they were being used by burglars to offload stolen jewellery.

Value of residential property in Ireland up by 5.3bn euro in last 12 months

Temple Road in Darty is now Ireland’s most expensive street.

Internal Tusla documents reveal staff complained of poor engagement from Scouting Ireland

Early drafts of a letter that caused a row between the agency and Scouting Ireland contained stronger criticism of the organisation than the final version.

Yesterday’s News

From The42 'We're about to bury a very good GAA man' - Lowry dedicates RTÉ Sportsperson award to late Clara native Champion Golfer This post contains videos

'We're about to bury a very good GAA man' - Lowry dedicates RTÉ Sportsperson award to late Clara native

Rhys McClenaghan, meanwhile, was named RTÉ Sport Young Sportsperson of the Year for the second year running.

Why did the Brexit Party get zero seats in the general election?

“I killed the Liberal Democrats and I hurt the Labour Party,” Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage claimed.

Quiz: How well do you know Saoirse Ronan?

It looks set to be another good awards season for Saoirse.

Man arrested in connection with early morning Arklow assault that left woman in critical condition

The woman in her early 30s suffered serious injuries during the assault at a house in Arklow.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

'Do Not Consume' water notice issued in Cavan after supply 'significantly compromised'

Irish Water stressed that boiling the water will not make it safe for consumption.

From The42 Ringrose bags another hat-trick as imperious Leinster roll over Saints again Seven Up

Ringrose bags another hat-trick as imperious Leinster roll over Saints again

Leo Cullen’s side scored seven tries against Northampton for the second week running.

How much did the State spend on an airport in Connemara? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The number of food businesses ordered to close last month.

From The42 'It was instigated by a member of their staff who said something horrible to one of our players' Scuffle

'It was instigated by a member of their staff who said something horrible to one of our players'

The Saracens boss said they will consider their next move after a scuffle broke out with Munster.

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Three arrested after anti-racism, free speech protests outside Leinster House

A man in his early 40s has been charged and is due to appear before court at a later date.

Public appeal to find couple missing from Portmarnock

Bernard and Carol Devine were last seen on Tuesday morning.

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