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Today’s News

Opinion: We need to talk about Menopause

When you’re ‘in menopause’, it’s time to stop and give yourself a wellness service, writes Barbara Edwards.

First case of new coronavirus on US soil after man returns from China

The man returned to the Seattle area in the middle of last week after traveling to Wuhan in central China.

Inquest told how Mark Hennessy 'looked as if everything was over' before garda shot him

The 40-year-old was shot after he abducted and killed Jastine Valdez in May 2018.

Watch live: Democrats accuse White House of 'cover-up' as Trump impeachment trial begins Ukraine This post contains videos

Watch live: Democrats accuse White House of 'cover-up' as Trump impeachment trial begins

Donald Trump himself denounced the proceedings as “a total hoax”.

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Over 100 films from 50 different countries announced for Dublin International Film Festival Diff This post contains videos

No rent freeze under FF government as party states it would be unconstitutional

Fianna Fáil has been legally advised against ‘a flat rent freeze’.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Ozzy Osbourne says he's been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease

The singer said it was discovered after he suffered a fall.

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Ooh, where's that from? 6 Irish interior designers share their favourite spots for one-off finds
Dawn raids by PSNI with garda support target £215 million money laundering ring Criminal Assets This post contains videos

Dawn raids by PSNI with garda support target £215 million money laundering ring

Six men and one woman were detained after 15 searches at locations across Northern Ireland yesterday and today.

'They can't go green if they're in the red': Farmers won't become climate-friendly if subsidies are cut, warns IFA

The comments come on the same day Fine Gael launched its agriculture plans ahead of the upcoming election.

Mourinho: Troy Parrott 'not ready at all' to fill Kane void

The Spurs boss says the teenager may get some first-team minutes, but made it clear he is a long way from his plans at the moment.

Are you registered? Special sessions organised to get people on the list before tomorrow's deadline

The response to one event held in Cork was “unprecedented” and “unexpected”. The deadline for registration is tomorrow at 5pm.

HSE offers free MMR shots to combat 'significant' rise in mumps

It follows a sharp increase in the number of cases of the illness last year.

'It's not a normal party': Leo Varadkar rules out post-election coalition with Sinn Féin

The taoiseach said that it was a ‘principled’ position.

Another lost World War II ÉIRE sign has been discovered at Wexford’s Hook Head

A local group discovered the image, after searching based on an old aerial photo.

Leo Varadkar and Micheál Martin disagree on Sinn Féin inclusion in election TV debates

Sinn Féin has criticised the head-to-head debates between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil.

Gay man described as 'f****t' by colleague awarded €27k over being harassed in workplace

The case was brought before the Workplace Relations Commission.

From The42 'Stuart told me to be more demanding of the ball... that I should be getting a bit more involved' Jvdf

'Stuart told me to be more demanding of the ball... that I should be getting a bit more involved'

Josh van der Flier is working on taking his game to the next level.

Greta Thunberg tells Davos 'pretty much nothing' has been done to fight climate change

The teenager spoke ahead of US President Donald Trump’s keynote address at the World Economic Forum.

Poll: Should Mary Lou be allowed partake in RTÉ and Virgin Media's party leader debates? Poll This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Mary Lou be allowed partake in RTÉ and Virgin Media's party leader debates?

Sinn Féin has complained about the party’s exclusion from two debates.

Nóra Quoirin's parents sue Malaysian resort for alleged negligence

Nóra’s parents are seeking more than €40,000 over losses, bereavement costs and damages.

GRA seeks 'urgent' meeting with Commissioner over resourcing of Emergency Response Unit

Garda management has rejected claims that the force’s armed support capability is not sufficient.

DCC declares application for redevelopment of historic Iveagh Markets invalid

An application was lodged by the businessman Martin Keane to redevelop the Liberties marketplace last year.

From The42 22 years on from senior club debut and still central to All-Ireland title wins Kieran Fitzgerald

22 years on from senior club debut and still central to All-Ireland title wins

Kieran Fitzgerald toasted another victory with Corofin in Croke Park on Sunday.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

Church or ministers won't have to provide same-sex marriage in the North under proposed law

Amnesty International said: “If a church wishes to offer weddings to same-sex couples of faith, then the law should not get in the way.”

China's former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei sentenced to 13 years in prison

At his trial last June, Meng pleaded guilty to accepting $2.1 million in bribes.

School secretaries to suspend work-to-rule industrial action to allow for WRC talks

Fórsa head of education Andy Pike said the talks needed to yield real and significant progress.

Donald Trump's lawyers ask for his immediate acquittal, as impeachment trial to begin today

The US President will be at the economic forum in Davos, Switzerland when his trial begins.

Prince Harry makes 'symbolic' departure to join Meghan Markle in Canada

The prince and his wife are quitting the British monarchy.

Fourth person dies as China confirms coronavirus can be transmitted by humans

Meanwhile, a man in Australia has been tested after showing symptoms of the virus.

Man arrested after threatening gardaí with knife and stealing cash at Dublin shopping centre

The incident happened at Castletymon Shopping Centre in Tallaght yesterday evening.

Drogheda feud: Gardaí target 'every little detail' in search for perpetrators

A major player in the feud was yesterday arrested by officers for breaching his bail conditions.

FactCheck: Are there 1,000 more GPs in Ireland than five years ago?

Minister Regina Doherty made the claim during a recent interview.

Lise Hand: Meticulous election planning meaningless as parties skid on first banana skins

Election candidates can find themselves at the mercy of the news cycle but they shouldn’t be blindsided by issues known to Joe Duffy and their canvassers, writes Lise Hand in her first column for TheJournal.ie.

Ireland's LÉ Róisín to undergo €250,000 facelift as equipment becomes 'obsolete'

The naval vessel was built in Appledore Shipyards in the UK and entered service in 1999.

The pension age is now a major election issue - so where do all the parties stand?

The pension age is set to increase to 67 in 2021, and 68 in 2028.

Yesterday’s News

Two killed and five injured after man opens fire at Texas concert

Police are hunting for the offender who fled the scene.

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