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Today’s News

A shiny new €2 coin comes into circulation today to commemorate the first Dáil

One million of the special coins go into circulation this month.

Man receives hospital treatment after injecting himself with his own semen

The man had been injecting himself with his own semen for quite some time.

Firefighters say portacabin was 'engulfed in fire' when they arrived at Carrickmines halting site

One firefighter described “extreme heat” inside one of the two units that was on fire.

Explainer: How will today's no confidence motion play out - and what happens next?

The vote on Jeremy Corbyn’s motion is at 7pm tonight. May is expected to survive.

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Police no longer believe Tyrone war memorial damage was deliberate

The monument pays tribute to people from the area who died in World War I and World War II.

Varadkar says Brexit 'ball is in Westminster’s court' and there are no plans for checks along NI border

Varadkar says government “profoundly regrets” Westminster’s rejection of the Brexit deal.

From The42 'I'd like to think I'm ready for the next step but it's up to the coaches to decide' Centre Of Attention

'I'd like to think I'm ready for the next step but it's up to the coaches to decide'

Tom Farrell is hoping to receive his first Ireland call-up when Joe Schmidt reveals his squad for Ireland’s Grand Slam defence today.

Children who own mobile phones at younger age perform worse in reading and maths tests

New research has found that four in 10 children in Ireland own a mobile phone by the age of nine.

The hottest 15 places in the world today are all in Australia as extreme heatwave rages on

Fruit is cooking from the inside out and wildlife is dying as temperatures continue to soar.

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'In truth I was scared of the kids' reactions': One mum on navigating a divorce with three young children

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If you have what it takes to deliver compelling business news for our readers, we want to hear from you.

Celine Dion removing R Kelly collaboration from streaming sites amid sexual abuse allegations

The singer is the latest star to take down a duet with Kelly.

EU ready to discuss new Brexit deal if UK changes 'red lines' - Barnier

The EU’s top negotiator said the risk of no-deal Brexit “has never seemed so high”.

Woman in her 70s swindled out of £45,000 in 'absolutely despicable' scam

People have been urged to talk to older members of their families about scams.

Poll: Should the UK hold a second Brexit referendum? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the UK hold a second Brexit referendum?

May’s Brexit deal has been roundly rejected by parliament.

Everything you need to know about the new Irish-produced Netflix series written by George R R Martin

Netflix’s new series Nightflyers was filmed in Limerick’s Troy studios.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Here’s everything you need to know as the day gets started..

From The42 Schmidt's Ireland set for pre-Six Nations camp at Portuguese resort Prep

Schmidt's Ireland set for pre-Six Nations camp at Portuguese resort

The national squad had a successful camp in Spain before last year’s Grand Slam.

British family to be deported after outraging New Zealanders with alleged spree of bad behaviour

In a radio interview, the mayor of Auckland said the family are “worse than pigs”.

Appeal to find teenage boy missing from Offaly

Lukas Matulionis was last seen when he left his house yesterday morning.

One in three UN workers have been sexually harassed in the past two years

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said there are “some sobering statistics” in the new report.

Despite largest government defeat in modern British history, May looks set to survive confidence vote

The Conservative Party and the DUP will back her, but Europe has warned “time is almost up”.

'Brextinct' and 'historic humiliation': UK papers lambast May after huge defeat

Criticism of the prime minister was scathing ahead of the confidence vote today.

'Gillette rejecting sexism just means that being outrageously sexist is now bad for business'

Gillette does not deserve our applause, and indeed it would be wise for us to view such campaigns with some caution, writes Éilis Ryan.

15 people die in Islamist attack on hotel complex in Kenya

Among the dead was an American citizen, a US State Department official said.

Children's hospital board would follow the same strategy again despite cost overruns

The final project cost is €1.4 billion – €450 million higher than the 2017 figure.

'No deal? No problem': A street-side view of Britain's great Brexit battle

“If this was 500 years ago, there’d be a civil war and we’d be stabbing each other with spikes!” one Leave voter said.

FactCheck: Does this tweet show the decline of the 'ethnic Irish' population from 2040 onward?

It’s been claimed that Project Ireland 2040 will lead to a decline in Ireland’s native population – but is this true?

Yesterday’s News

At least six dead as Islamist suicide bomber and gunmen attack Nairobi complex Kenya This post contains videos

At least six dead as Islamist suicide bomber and gunmen attack Nairobi complex

Al-Qaeda-linked Somali group Al-Shabaab has claimed responsibility for the attack.

Have you seen Eric? Gardaí appeal for information over missing 15-year-old

Eric McLoughlin was last seen at around 3.45pm on O’Connell Street Lower, Dublin 1.

'El Chapo' boasted of paying $100m bribe to former Mexican president, trial hears

Alex Cifuentes spoke about the alleged bribe to President Ernesto Pena Nieto during his testimony today in Guzman’s trial in New York.

Woman who was allegedly tripped by child at roller disco awarded €25,000

Barbara Thomas sued Spin Roller Disco Limited, Spin Building, Walkinstown, Dublin.

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After tonight's shellacking, for how long more can Theresa May survive?

Her government suffered a monumental defeat.

Ireland to intensify preparations for a disorderly Brexit

A Government statement said it regretted the outcome of tonight’s House of Commons vote.

As it happened: Thumping defeat for Theresa May as she loses Brexit vote by 230

May’s bid was defeated by a margin of 202 to 432.

From The42 Stockdale's finishing skills reward Ulster's clever set-piece thinking Analysis

Stockdale's finishing skills reward Ulster's clever set-piece thinking

The northern province scored three tries from set-piece platforms against Racing 92 last weekend.

Gardaí in Dublin renew appeal for missing 18-year-old Dylan Keogh

Gardaí believe he was last seen in the Clontarf area last Friday, 11 January, between 9.30pm and 10.30pm.

Master of High Court defends breaking windows in Four Courts with hammer

Master of the High Court Edmund Honohan claimed there were issues with ventilation in the room.

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