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Dublin: 17 °C Tuesday 25 June, 2019

Today’s News

This Irish town has been named as the 'Best Kept' on the island of Ireland

The ‘Best Kept’ awards pit the winners of Ireland’s TidyTowns against their counterparts across the border.

Swim ban extended to south Dublin beaches following overflow at Ringsend treatment plant

Irish Water said it “regrets the impact this may have on beach users”.

Salamanders and toad illegally posted to Ireland from Spain

The ISPCA has called for tougher regulations around the selling of exotic animals as pets.

HSE says contingency being planned 'to ensure patient dignity' during tomorrow's strike

A strike by around 10,000 healthcare support workers is taking place tomorrow.

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'No, why should I?' Boris Johnson refuses to say when photo with partner was taken

In an interview with LBC’s Nick Ferrari, Johnson was asked to explain why his hair is longer in the photograph than it currently is.

Teenage boy missing from Cork for two days

Gardaí have appealed for information about his whereabouts.

From The42 Frank Lampard on brink of becoming Chelsea manager And Be On Your Way

Frank Lampard on brink of becoming Chelsea manager

Derby County have granted permission for the London club to strike a deal with their manager.

Local Fine Gael members pass motion of no confidence in party TD John Deasy

The motion was passed by local members of the party last night.

Police chief in command during Hillsborough stadium disaster to face retrial

96 people were killed during a crush at an FA Cup match at the stadium in 1989.

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Poll: Do you think there will be a no-deal Brexit? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think there will be a no-deal Brexit?

Boris Johnson says he doesn’t believe there will be, but is prepared for it nonetheless.

Two to appear in court over discovery of guns and ammunition in car in west Dublin

The seizure was made in Clonsilla yesterday evening.

Funeral of 'Donegal rally hero' Manus Kelly to be held on Thursday

Manus’ remains will be reposing at his home from 11am today; his funeral Mass will be held in Glenswilly.

One year after the scandal first emerged, why is debate raging again about Trump's child detention camps?

The detention centres have been compared to prisons and concentration camps.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

US sanctions with Iran, the cost of the National Broadband Plan, and Paschal Donohue’s summer economic statement.

Iran 'permanently' closes diplomatic relations with US government after new sanctions are imposed

Sanctions against Iran’s supreme leader were brought in yesterday.

'She's not my type': Donald Trump hits back at claims that he sexually assaulted advice columnist

Trump claims that E Jean Carroll is “totally lying” about the accusation.

Public and anglers urged to report sightings of 'rare' non-native salmon in Irish waters

They first appeared in Ireland in ‘unprecedented numbers’ in 2017 with the IFI now warning they could threaten native species.

Housing First services to be rolled out in Wicklow, Meath and Kildare for the first time

Kildare County Council issued the tender worth an estimated €702,000.

New law will pave the way for gardaí to wear body cams

Front-line gardaí have been calling for the roll out of equipment like body cameras and tasers.

Council says warden will monitor anti-social behaviour as it reopens Dublin Peace Park

The council said upgrades to parks usually displace this kind of behaviour.

'It's no secret': Eir boss says telecoms company could complete broadband plan for less than €1bn

Government announced that it is to proceed with its plans for the €3 billion NBP

Yesterday’s News

Milan's 'king of cocaine' escapes Uruguayan jail through 'hole in the roof'

Rocco Morabito was awaiting extradition to Italy.

'It's not just up to us': Boris Johnson claims 'abundant technical fixes' could help fix Irish border issue

Boris Johnson has been defending his Brexit plans this evening… but not discussing his private life.

Father and son jailed for hammer assault on former family friend

Michael Reilly Senior and his son Michael F Reilly Junior have been jailed for 40 months and 20 months respectively.

From The42 Double dose of penalty drama as Sweden clinch World Cup quarter-final spot Onwards This post contains videos

Double dose of penalty drama as Sweden clinch World Cup quarter-final spot

Canada missed a spot-kick while the winners were denied one by VAR.

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Poll: Hunt or Johnson? Which of these would be a better Prime Minister from an Irish perspective? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Hunt or Johnson? Which of these would be a better Prime Minister from an Irish perspective?

A no-deal Brexit would be very bad for Ireland, so every step in the Tory race will be keenly watched here.

Bodies found in search for seven climbers presumed dead on Himalaya mountains RIP

Bodies found in search for seven climbers presumed dead on Himalaya mountains

The seven bodies were retrieved yesterday on Nanda Devi in India.

Harris says all maternity hospitals 'should be in a position' to offer abortion services after Kilkenny medics letter

Doctors at St Luke’s wrote in a letter that they’d decided the hospital “is not an appropriate location for medical or surgical terminations”.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Patrick Nevin sentenced, Boris called a “coward” and healthcare workers strike to go ahead – it’s the evening fix.

80s pop group Bros cancel Cork gig over 'transport and logistical issues'

The famous pop duo won’t be at their scheduled gig Live at the Marquee this Wednesday.

Explainer: How have the US and Iran come to the brink of war? Trouble In The Gulf This post contains videos

Explainer: How have the US and Iran come to the brink of war?

Tensions in the region have seen a US drone shot down and air strikes cancelled at the 11th hour.

From The42 Controversial penalty call sends holders USA into World Cup quarter-finals Drama This post contains videos

Controversial penalty call sends holders USA into World Cup quarter-finals

The referee consulted with VAR before awarding a decisive spot-kick that was coolly dispatched Megan Rapinoe.

Police issue warning after woman swindled out of more than £300,000 in romance scam

The PSNI said they commonly receive reports of fraud.

Cyprus court hands 7 life terms to 'first serial killer'

He said he was “tortured by memories” and could not explain why he had carried out the killings.

More people coming forward to gardaí as reporting of sex offences increases by over 54% CSO

More people coming forward to gardaí as reporting of sex offences increases by over 54%

That’s according to new figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO).

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Woman at centre of alleged abuse 'horror story' tells judge she needs future supports

The 18-year-old has told the court she will need support to assist her in dealing with criminal proceedings brought against her alleged attackers.

Trump orders 'hard-hitting' financial sanctions on Iran's supreme leader

Tensions between the two nations have been escalating in recent days.

'This isn't like Jon, he doesn't just vanish': Family of missing Icelandic man make fresh appeal Five Months On This post contains videos

'This isn't like Jon, he doesn't just vanish': Family of missing Icelandic man make fresh appeal

Members of Jón Jonsson’s family will appear on Crimecall this evening, five months after the Icelandic man went missing in north Dublin.

'It's been a long journey' - From war-torn Iraq to All-Ireland glory with Leitrim hurlers

Zak Moradi scored a point as Leitrim lifted the Lory Meagher Cup at Croke Park.

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