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Dublin: 13 °C Wednesday 14 November, 2018

Today’s News

'Money, drugs, murder': El Chapo goes on trial in New York

He is accused of leading the Sinaloa cartel, turning it into the world’s largest criminal group.

Poll: Would you fix a dash cam to your car for an insurance discount? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you fix a dash cam to your car for an insurance discount?

The plan is part of efforts to prevent fraudulent claims.

'The Leonardo da Vinci of diamonds': €44 million pink diamond smashes record at Geneva auction The Pink Legacy This post contains videos

'The Leonardo da Vinci of diamonds': €44 million pink diamond smashes record at Geneva auction

The diamond was snapped up by American luxury brand Harry Winston.

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The Strypes are splitting up Spitting Image This post contains videos

The Strypes are splitting up

The young band had Irish and international success in recent years.

Social media ad regulations should be drawn up for future referendums, Commission says

The Referendum Commission says new regulations should be drawn up by government.

Humid and mild conditions today... but heavy rain here to stay

Temperatures will range between 13 and 15 degrees today and tomorrow.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

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

Irish and UK cabinets meet today to discuss draft Brexit agreement

Irish ministers will meet at 9:30am. In the UK, the British cabinet is due to meet at 2pm.

FAMILY MAGAZINE
10 parent firsts the baby books don't tell you about - plus dos and don'ts for sharing kids' photos online

Luas back operating through city centre with delays after coach breaks down on tracks

The coach has been moved from the tracks and traffic is returning to normal.

From The42 Omagh bombing, a united cause and Griffin’s 30-yard strike: when Northern Ireland came to Dublin in 1999 Coming Together

Omagh bombing, a united cause and Griffin’s 30-yard strike: when Northern Ireland came to Dublin in 1999

In May 1999, a charity match was organised to raise funds for victims of the Omagh bombing. Former defender Danny Griffin recalls the game and his winning goal.

Irish woman who killed her fiance in Sydney says she feared him but 'loved him dearly'

A prosecutor noted that Cathrina Cahill previously told police she did not fear him.

Actress Paz de la Huerta sues Harvey Weinstein, alleging rape and campaign of harassment

De la Huerta, 34, alleges Weinstein damaged her career by at least $60 million.

In a rare move, Melania Trump calls for firing of national security aide

The rebuke came amid swirling speculation about a possible shake-up of President Donald Trump’s cabinet.

'There's a risk we'll remember this whole episode as a case of two bad, and one good cop'

Our politicians and government, as well as the media, should be prepared to be far more self-critical and embrace change, writes John Devitt.

'People die when lessons aren't learned': Report criticises HSE failure to address patient complaints

Just 10 of 36 recommendations in a 2015 report have been fully implemented.

Yesterday’s News

'Judgement day', 'moment of truth' and 'betrayal': UK front pages react to news of Brexit deal

A Brexit deal is finally in sight, but will May be able to win over the Brexiteers?

GPs hit out at 'inappropriate' reports that doctors will receive up to €450 for abortion services

Reports today suggested that an agreement had been reached over how much doctors would receive for performing terminations.

Maurice McCabe's wife Lorraine: 'I felt frightened... I was afraid they'd do something to hurt him'

The second part of the RTÉ documentary Whistleblower aired this evening.

Central Bank to track a 'critical mass' of restructured mortgages that are due to come up for review

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said there will be no change to the code of conduct, as it is working effectively.

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'Europe must take our fate into our own hands': Angela Merkel calls for future creation of European army

The German Chancellor addressed MEPs in Strasbourg on her vision for the future of Europe.

From The42 'He likes to run with the ball, he's a powerful lad for his age' Potential

'He likes to run with the ball, he's a powerful lad for his age'

Richard Keogh says 18-year-old Southampton striker Michael Obafemi has settled in well to the Ireland squad.

Police arrest man (20s) on suspicion of murder after woman (50s) found dead in Enniskillen home

The woman was discovered by her sister after concerns were raised when she didn’t turn up for work.

Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday

A reported Brexit deal, two dead in a house fire, and underwear held up in the Dáil – it’s the evening fix.

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From The42 No 2016 grudging, just respect as All Blacks pitch up in Dublin Here And Now

No 2016 grudging, just respect as All Blacks pitch up in Dublin

‘You don’t need to dip into the past to find a desire to play and play well.’

Man arrested in 'Ross from Friends' robbery investigation

The police appeal for the suspect went viral, with actor David Schwimmer clarifying it wasn’t him.

Referee who was assaulted at football game says he forgives those who attacked him

The FAI has begun an investigation into the attack.

'The beating heart of Dublin is here': Returned Heart of St Laurence to go on public display tomorrow Christ Church Cathedral This post contains videos

'The beating heart of Dublin is here': Returned Heart of St Laurence to go on public display tomorrow

After going missing in 2012 the relic of the Patron Saint of Dublin will finally going back on display in Christ Church Cathedral.

Leading Brexiteers hit out at 'utterly unacceptable' proposals to avoid hard border on island of Ireland

Reports this evening suggested that Britain has finally agreed a draft Brexit deal with the European Union.

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Taoiseach and Tánaiste to meet with officials tonight to assess draft text of Brexit proposal

UK Cabinet ministers are to be summoned to Downing Street this evening by Prime Minister Theresa May.

Missing Cork man found safe and well

Thomas Shinnick hadn’t been since since leaving home with his dog yesterday.

From The42 'I've no doubt I've much more passion playing for Ireland than I would have for England' Allegiance

'I've no doubt I've much more passion playing for Ireland than I would have for England'

Callum Robinson and Aiden O’Brien give their thoughts on dual nationality.

'We were lucky to get out': Fair City actor describes fleeing his home in California wildfires

Victor Burke said that his family’s home is destroyed, along with many other buildings in the area of Malibu he lives.

CNN sues Donald Trump over journalist being barred from White House

The White House has said it will vigorously defend itself against the lawsuit.

Over half a million people watched the Maurice McCabe documentary on RTÉ last night

The second part of the documentary airs this evening.

Body of elderly man discovered following house fire at property in south Dublin

The fire started at an address at Merrion Road near Booterstown at around 3 o’clock this afternoon.

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