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Trial of man accused of murdering David Douglas opens at Special Criminal Court
# Lee Canavan
# Lee Canavan

Trial of man accused of murdering David Douglas opens at Special Criminal Court

8 minutes ago 440 Views 0 Comments

The State is alleging that Lee Canavan “literally pulled the trigger” in the crime.

Pollution causes around 725 deaths in Dublin each year, with 144 linked to diesel emissions, study finds
# EPA
# EPA

Pollution causes around 725 deaths in Dublin each year, with 144 linked to diesel emissions, study finds

20 minutes ago 1,089 Views 7 Comments

The EPA study based its findings on an analysis of the level of particulate matter (PM2.5) found in the capital.

Schools: Phased reopening begins as Education Minister says antigen testing has not yet been recommended
# Back To School
# Back To School

Schools: Phased reopening begins as Education Minister says antigen testing has not yet been recommended

Updated 51 minutes ago 18,811 Views 33 Comments

Sixth years and young primary school students are among those who returned to school today.

A slim majority in favour of giving citizens in Northern Ireland and abroad a vote in presidential elections
# Voting Rights
# Voting Rights

A slim majority in favour of giving citizens in Northern Ireland and abroad a vote in presidential elections

55 minutes ago 3,016 Views 8 Comments

The Minister of State for Electoral Reform has said that a “stand alone” referendum on the issue would be his preference.

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Explainer: What the Bank of Ireland branch closure means for customers
# Consumers
# Consumers

Explainer: What the Bank of Ireland branch closure means for customers

1 hour ago 6,943 Views 3 Comments
  • 88 branches in Ireland are to close
  • Banking services will move to 900 Post Offices
France's former president Nicolas Sarkozy has been sentenced to one year in jail for corruption
# France
# France

France's former president Nicolas Sarkozy has been sentenced to one year in jail for corruption

1 hour ago 45,502 Views 21 Comments

Sarkozy was handed a three-year prison sentence of which two years are suspended.

Prince Philip transferred to another hospital for tests on pre-existing heart condition
# Hospital
# Hospital

Prince Philip transferred to another hospital for tests on pre-existing heart condition

1 hour ago 14,307 Views 8 Comments

The Duke of Edinburgh was initially admitted to hospital nearly two weeks ago after feeling unwell.

Michael O’Leary will ‘continue to support’ trainer Gordon Elliott despite ‘unacceptable’ photograph
# Controversy
From The42
# Controversy

Michael O’Leary will ‘continue to support’ trainer Gordon Elliott despite ‘unacceptable’ photograph

2 hours ago 42,158 Views 44 Comments

Betfair, however, has severed ties with Elliott after he was photographed sitting on a dead horse.

'Ripping commercial heart from Provincial Ireland': Political opprobrium descends on BOI closures
# Shuttered
# Shuttered

'Ripping commercial heart from Provincial Ireland': Political opprobrium descends on BOI closures

2 hours ago 10,557 Views 26 Comments

Unions have also asked the bank to halt the decision.

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Covid-19 testing centre at Aviva Stadium stood down by Defence Forces
# Testing Centre
# Testing Centre

Covid-19 testing centre at Aviva Stadium stood down by Defence Forces

2 hours ago 26,577 Views 12 Comments

The Defence Forces said their focus is now switching to support mass vaccination sites and the national quarantine programme.

Gardaí ask for information about skeletal remains of woman in her 70s found in Co Cork
# An Garda Síochána
# An Garda Síochána

Gardaí ask for information about skeletal remains of woman in her 70s found in Co Cork

2 hours ago 22,881 Views 5 Comments

A nightdress was found near the remains discovered at a construction site on the Midleton-to-Youghal Greenway on 5 January.

Here's the full list of 103 Bank of Ireland branches set to shut across the island
# The Banks
# The Banks

Here's the full list of 103 Bank of Ireland branches set to shut across the island

Updated 3 hours ago 172,114 Views 122 Comments
Garda association seeks urgent meeting with Commissioner and Minister over anti-lockdown protest
# GRA
# GRA

Garda association seeks urgent meeting with Commissioner and Minister over anti-lockdown protest

4 hours ago 13,474 Views 0 Comments

Garda McCarthy said there was “clear intent” to inflict harm on members of the force.

11-year-old boy injured in sectarian attack in north Belfast
# PSNI
# PSNI

11-year-old boy injured in sectarian attack in north Belfast

5 hours ago 15,521 Views 14 Comments

The boy was walking home yesterday afternoon when he was set upon by a number of youths.

Multi-agency search for missing man resumes along River Barrow
# Athy
# Athy

Multi-agency search for missing man resumes along River Barrow

5 hours ago 20,784 Views 2 Comments

The man went missing after a young child was rescued during a kayaking incident in Co Kildare.

Man arrested and charged over armed robbery at shop in Dundalk
# Carrickmacross Road
# Carrickmacross Road

Man arrested and charged over armed robbery at shop in Dundalk

5 hours ago 8,024 Views 0 Comments

The man in his 20s is due in court this morning.

'Concrete reasons for hope', says Ronan Glynn, one year on from first Covid-19 case in Ireland
# Coronavirus
# Coronavirus

'Concrete reasons for hope', says Ronan Glynn, one year on from first Covid-19 case in Ireland

5 hours ago 16,100 Views 36 Comments

There were 537 patients with Covid-19 in Irish hospitals as of yesterday evening

The 9 at 9: Monday
# 9 At 9
# 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Monday

Updated 5 hours ago 9,672 Views 0 Comments

Here’s what’s making headlines this morning.

Poll: Is today the first day of spring?
# Spring Is Sprung
# Spring Is Sprung

Poll: Is today the first day of spring?

6 hours ago 22,887 Views 31 Comments

Or was it last month? Or is it later this month?

Farrell hails Sexton's enduring influence after Ireland captain's return in Rome
# Skipper
From The42
# Skipper

Farrell hails Sexton's enduring influence after Ireland captain's return in Rome

Updated 6 hours ago 15,193 Views 25 Comments

‘His performance was excellent but it’s more than that.’

No luck for the Irish as Nomadland makes Golden Globes history
# Winners Circle
# Winners Circle

No luck for the Irish as Nomadland makes Golden Globes history

7 hours ago 34,254 Views 8 Comments

The late Chadwick Boseman won best actor for 1920s blues drama Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.

Ministers to iron out final details of Northern Ireland's lockdown exit strategy today
# Stormont
# Stormont

Ministers to iron out final details of Northern Ireland's lockdown exit strategy today

7 hours ago 6,075 Views 1 Comment

The plan is likely to outline the sequence in which current lockdown restrictions will lift.

Professor Ruairí Brugha: We must engage all of society in the battle against Covid
# Opinion
# Opinion

Professor Ruairí Brugha: We must engage all of society in the battle against Covid

7 hours ago 10,991 Views 13 Comments

The professor of Public Health and Epidemiology says the engagement of communities and families could be the key to getting a handle on Covid.

'Do you miss me yet?': Trump hits familiar notes and hints at 2024 run in first post-presidential speech
# Cpac
# Cpac

'Do you miss me yet?': Trump hits familiar notes and hints at 2024 run in first post-presidential speech

7 hours ago 31,779 Views 55 Comments

Trump had a message for the Republicans who voted to impeach and convict him: “Get rid of them all”.

€300,000 allocated to colleges to support Travellers in higher education
# Third Level
# Third Level

€300,000 allocated to colleges to support Travellers in higher education

7 hours ago 6,758 Views 0 Comments

The funding is to support Traveller students progressing to higher education and during their studies.

Reminder issued about hedge-cutting ban to protect birds during nesting season
# Wildlife
# Wildlife

Reminder issued about hedge-cutting ban to protect birds during nesting season

8 hours ago 26,351 Views 16 Comments

A breach of the Wildlife Act can result in a conviction and fine.

Tonnes of new ferry routes have helped to Brexit-proof Irish trade - but choppy waters could yet be ahead
# Brexit
# Brexit

Tonnes of new ferry routes have helped to Brexit-proof Irish trade - but choppy waters could yet be ahead

14 hours ago 34,465 Views 21 Comments

Transporting products across the UK landbridge is going to get rougher before it gets smoother.

Yesterday’s News

Gordon Elliott apologises and offers ‘context’ to social media image
# Gordon Elliott
From The42
# Gordon Elliott

Gordon Elliott apologises and offers ‘context’ to social media image

15 hours ago 55,669 Views 38 Comments

Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board investigating, as BHA urges swift resolution.

QUIZ: How well do you remember the Eurovision host cities?
# Quiz
# Quiz

QUIZ: How well do you remember the Eurovision host cities?

16 hours ago 13,148 Views 5 Comments

If you’re a Eurovision expert and a geography buff, this one’s for you.

Keane: 'Does anyone think Doherty is going to turn Spurs into a top-4 team?'
# Roy With A Thorn In His Side
From The42
# Roy With A Thorn In His Side

Keane: 'Does anyone think Doherty is going to turn Spurs into a top-4 team?'

Updated 17 hours ago 45,302 Views 35 Comments

Keane clashed with Jamie Redknapp over quality of Tottenham squad on Sky Sports.

Money Diaries: An education service manager on over €55K, living with family in the Midlands
# HISMM
# HISMM

Money Diaries: An education service manager on over €55K, living with family in the Midlands

18 hours ago 46,417 Views 33 Comments

This week, our reader and his wife are busier than ever in lockdown between homeschooling and working.

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Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
# Evening Fix
# Evening Fix

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

18 hours ago 12,374 Views 2 Comments

Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.

Golden Globes to launch pandemic-era Hollywood awards season
# Tinseltown
# Tinseltown

Golden Globes to launch pandemic-era Hollywood awards season

Updated 18 hours ago 15,025 Views 9 Comments

Normal People is nominated for Best Limited Series, with star Daisy Edgar-Jones also securing a nomination.

Leinster’s win over 14-man Glasgow is spoiled by injury to Harry Byrne
# Nervy
From The42
# Nervy

Leinster’s win over 14-man Glasgow is spoiled by injury to Harry Byrne

Updated 19 hours ago 34,387 Views 21 Comments

Adam Hastings was given a red card for dangerous play as Leinster won 40-21.

First cases of P1 variant from Brazil identified in UK
# Spreading Strain
# Spreading Strain

First cases of P1 variant from Brazil identified in UK

19 hours ago 25,274 Views 50 Comments

At least six cases of the variant first detected in Manaus have been found in Britain.

Anti-lockdown protest highlights need to combat misinformation online, says minister
# Social Media
# Social Media

Anti-lockdown protest highlights need to combat misinformation online, says minister

20 hours ago 36,148 Views 175 Comments

“The problem is that a lot of this information is put up very quickly, a lot of this information is hidden.”

'I had no sensation of being dumped, I must admit': The week in quotes
# Week In Quotes
# Week In Quotes

'I had no sensation of being dumped, I must admit': The week in quotes

20 hours ago 21,896 Views 0 Comments

Here’s what was said and who said what this week.

Eighteen people dead and journalist in police custody after Myanmar protests
# Anti-Coup
# Anti-Coup

Eighteen people dead and journalist in police custody after Myanmar protests

20 hours ago 7,478 Views 8 Comments

Protesters are demanding that the government of Aung San Suu Kyi be restored to power after being ousted.

Coronavirus: Six deaths and 612 new cases confirmed in Ireland
# Daily Update
# Daily Update

Coronavirus: Six deaths and 612 new cases confirmed in Ireland

Updated 21 hours ago 91,713 Views 140 Comments

Dr Ronan Glynn said that “since the first case of Covid-19 was confirmed in Ireland last February, our lives have changed in ways we never thought possible”.

Northern Ireland records lowest daily Covid-19 cases for month of February
# Latest Figures
# Latest Figures

Northern Ireland records lowest daily Covid-19 cases for month of February

21 hours ago 25,004 Views 11 Comments

Daily cases in Northern Ireland have been mostly between 200 and 400 in recent weeks, but dropped today to 136.

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