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Today’s News

'Brexit is only at half-time': McEntee says negotiating trade deal will be 'very difficult'

The UK is set to leave the EU at the end of January.

'It's not subtle - there's mermaid genitals, and tentacles...': Making the weird and wonderful The Lighthouse

We talked to director Robert Eggers, whose second feature film stars Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe.

UK Chancellor unveils commemorative Brexit 50p coin

The Brexit delay meant about a million coins had to be melted down and the metal put aside until a new departure date was confirmed.

Poll: Will you watch the seven-way leaders' debate tomorrow? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you watch the seven-way leaders' debate tomorrow?

RTÉ are broadcasting live from NUI Galway on Monday night.

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From The42 Tokyo in sight for Timothy after watching Rio Games from hospital Relentless Pursuit

Tokyo in sight for Timothy after watching Rio Games from hospital

‘I didn’t just want to cycle around the place, I wanted to race.’

Garda Commissioner considers promoting up to 92 sergeants to inspector without fresh competition

A garda spokesperson said increasing supervisory levels is a priority for the commissioner.

Sitdown Sunday: The secret history of facial recognition

Settle back in a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.

Gardaí investigating after man (40s) dies in fire at apartment in Cavan town

The fire broke out at an apartment off Main Street shortly before 8pm last night.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

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

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Dinner al fresco? Rathgar redbrick for €1.8m with a glorious garden out the back

Man (33) dies after fatal stabbing incident in Gorey, Co Wexford

A woman in her 30s has been arrested.

The Irish For: Cúpla focail for the happy couple

Wedding prayers and toasts can sound so beautiful in Irish, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

Coronavirus death toll rises to 56 as US consulate prepares evacuation from Wuhan

Cases have been found in Thailand, Japan, South Korea, the US, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Nepal, France, Australia and Canada.

From The42 After Clifford and Fenton's heroics, Keane and Farrell give exhibition in art of saying nothing Yerra

After Clifford and Fenton's heroics, Keane and Farrell give exhibition in art of saying nothing

Neither manager gave much away after last night’s entertaining draw.

Rise in support for Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin, according to poll

It’s the first time since April 2017 that Fianna Fáil has polled ahead of Fine Gael in this series of polls.

Pour me another: Tourists are finding Irish whiskey neat but the Scots still reign

Ireland’s reputation as a whiskey haven is on the rise but there’s plenty of work to be done

Turkish earthquake rescue efforts continue as death toll reaches 31

Officials said at least 1,556 people were injured in Friday night’s quake.

From The42 The 34-year-old who battled serious illness returning to county football after 6 years Comeback Kid

The 34-year-old who battled serious illness returning to county football after 6 years

Prolific forward Paddy Cunningham is back in the Antrim fold for the first time since 2014.

Lise Hand: Most voters in the real world don’t give a monkey's if Leo Varadkar smoked hash

The bleak first week of the election campaign meant any moment of lighter drama was welcomed by all, writes Lise Hand.

'Affordable and transparent': HSE's new system for purchasing medicines to cost €1.3 billion

The five-year tender for a dynamic purchasing system will ensure good quality medicines are available on a timely basis, the HSE said.

Garda Commissioner has earmarked a €23 million reduction in Dublin policing Exclusive

Drew Harris is looking to reduce the overspend in the Dublin region.

Yesterday’s News

From The42 Durcan goal secures draw for Mayo in spectacular finish to clash with Donegal All Square

Durcan goal secures draw for Mayo in spectacular finish to clash with Donegal

Dramatic end to the action in Ballybofey.

Man told he can't access government mortgage scheme because he's married

After initially being told he was eligible, the applicant was later told he wasn’t but argued there was no legal basis as to why.

From The42 Clifford converts nerveless late free to hand Kerry draw in bad-tempered clash with Dublin Thriller

Clifford converts nerveless late free to hand Kerry draw in bad-tempered clash with Dublin

Kingdom captain David Clifford bagged a wonder goal in the first-half.

Heard that one about the play featuring a monk who hijacked an Irish plane?

We spoke to its writer and director Janet Moran about crafting A Holy Show.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

The Drogheda rally, The Green Paty election manifesto launch and the China virus crisis all made the headlines today.

PSNI issue appeal after man stabbed and has top of finger bitten off

The man was taken to hospital for treatment for his injuries.

From The42 Limerick claw back 10-point deficit to carve out thrilling win over hosts Tipp Mad Game

Limerick claw back 10-point deficit to carve out thrilling win over hosts Tipp

Last year’s league champions trailed the All-Ireland winners by 0-14 to 0-4 before producing a stirring second-half fightback.

How many drivers were hit with fines totalling €266k for not paying M50 tolls? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The number of people who have applied for a job on the Great Blasket Island.

From The42 As it happened: Dublin v Kerry, Donegal v Mayo, GAA match tracker Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Dublin v Kerry, Donegal v Mayo, GAA match tracker

There’s two massive games of football on the opening night of the new National League season.

US Vice President Mike Pence meets with troops at Shannon Airport

Pence last visited Ireland in September.

Blanchardstown taskforce highlights increasing numbers of children dealing drugs

Children as young as 10 are being used by older dealers both for dealing and drug running.

'The President did absolutely nothing wrong': Trump's lawyers tell impeachment trial

White House counsel have begun outlining their case against the charges laid against the president.

William handed new royal role by the Queen as Harry moves to Canada

The Queen has appointed William as Lord High Commissioner to the Church of Scotland General Assembly.

'It's up to people how they define themselves': Citizens' Assembly to examine gender in LGBT community

The chair of the assembly said gender equality was an issue affecting members of the LGBT community.

'Enough is enough': Thousands take part in rally against violence in Drogheda

The rally was being held after the “hideous and barbaric” murder of 17-year-old Keane Mulready-Woods.

Exposure to rabies-like virus found in animal in Cork

Rabies could not be ruled out from the samples taken from the sable.

The Green Party promises free student travel, public housing and a Universal Basic Income

Party leader Eamon Ryan criticised other parties for their lack of ambition when it comes to climate action.

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