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Dublin: 22 °C Tuesday 23 July, 2019

Today’s News

'Absolutely devastated': Plans for future of ESB power station in Co Offaly refused

In a statement, the ESB has said it is “disappointed that the application has been rejected”.

Members of pilot union Ialpa at Ryanair are voting on industrial action

The union said pilots were frustrated at lack of progress in pay talks.

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

One county council issued by far and away the most dog licences last year

Cork County Council was way ahead of Kerry in second place.

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Explainer: Why are thousands of protesters calling for Puerto Rico's governor to resign?

Messages from a leaked Telegram group revealed alleged homophobic and sexist messages from Governor Ricardo Rossello.

Climate change happening faster than many animals can adapt, study finds

Meanwhile, Health Minister Simon Harris has launched a public consultation on the impact of climate change on the health sector.

Ex-rugby coach John McClean too sick to leave hospital to appear in court to face charges

McClean had been charged over 43 allegations of assaulting boys at Terenure College in the 1970s and 1980s.

A border poll 'should be the last, and not first piece of the jigsaw' post-Brexit, says Belfast politician

Claire Hanna, SDLP MLA for South Belfast said calling for a poll now is ‘premature’.

Cork man jailed for six years for raping woman as she slept

Patrick O’Driscoll, now aged 21, denied the charges.

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Criminal charges being considered over death of woman following M50 crash

Jacqueline Griffin died following a collision on the Junction 5 slip road in Finglas on 24 January 2019.

Two men plead guilty to helping crime gang murder Vinnie Ryan in February 2016

Vinnie Ryan (25) was a brother of Real IRA leader Alan Ryan, who was shot dead in 2012.

As it happened: After a late start, Boris Johnson is announced as the Tory's new leader

Johnson said in his victory speech that some would question his election, but added that “the campaign is over”.

FAI staff go public to pile further pressure on President Donal Conway

Trade union SIPTU have called his comment refusing to rule out job losses at the Association ‘unacceptable.’

Irish holidaymakers warned to take care as Europe set to bake in 40+ degree heatwave

Authorities in France, the Netherlands and the UK have issued warnings about the heat.

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How the irrepressible Ryan McHugh torched the Kerry defence from deep

The Kilcar flyer was directly responsible for 1-8 in one of his greatest ever displays in the Donegal jersey.

Senior Tories say they're stepping down after Boris Johnson confirmed as new party leader

Boris Johnson was announced as the new Conservative Party leader this afternoon.

South Korean fighter jets fire over 400 warning shots at Russian military aircraft

Seoul said a Russian A-50 warplane twice entered South Korean airspace, a claim Moscow has denied.

Boris Johnson has been elected the new Conservative Party leader

The Conservative Party’s 1922 committee made the announcement this morning at Westminster’s Queen Elizabeth II conference centre.

Man charged in connection with incident at Dundalk cemetery

The man was arrested at the scene on Sunday.

Free travel for Dublin homeless families in August

Homeless children in emergency accommodation currently get free travel to school.

'Malice, incompetence, negligence': How false claims about historical sex abuse in UK sparked '£2 million probe'

Carl Beech was found guilty of perverting the course of justice yesterday over sex abuse claims against senior UK politicians.

Filming suspended on set of Fast and Furious 9 after stuntman suffers 'serious' head injuries

The film, which stars franchise regulars Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez, is due for release next year.

Trains running again after truck hits bridge in south Dublin

The truck struck a bridge at South Lotts.

Garda mission to refugee camp on Syrian border cancelled at 'eleventh hour' due to overtime pay dispute

A team of eight gardaí and two sergeants was due to fly out last Friday where it would interview hundreds of refugees.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

Man receives serious head injuries in assault in Dublin city

A man in his late teens has been arrested.

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Poll: Did Theresa May do a good job as UK Prime Minister?

Theresa May is entering her final hours as Conservative Party leader.

Britain wants protection force for shipping in Gulf after Iran seizes oil tanker

Iranian authorities seized a British-flagged oil tanker on Friday in a dramatic escalation of tensions in the region.

'A massive and dangerous change': Trump expands fast-track deportations in US Ice

'A massive and dangerous change': Trump expands fast-track deportations in US

Immigration officers will be able to deport migrants without allowing them to appear before judges.

Resistant strains of malaria spreading across south-east Asia

In some parts of south-east Asia, up to 80% of malaria parasites are drug-resistant.

Canadian police probe link between tourist double murder and case of two missing young men

Australian Lucas Fowler (23) and American Chynna Deese (24) were found dead in a rural part of British Columbia.

Law Reform Commission proposes extension of court privilege to bloggers and social media reporters

A new report by the commission has looked at possible amendments to the Defamation Act.

Two men begin 10,000 mile car journey to raise funds for Pádraig Schaler's brain injury treatment

Pádraig was left needing intensive care after he was knocked off his bike in 2013.

Britain is facing into a 'good old-fashioned Sterling crisis', says AIB chairman

Speaking at the MacGill Summer School in Donegal yesterday, Pym spoke candidly about his views on Boris Johnson.

Boris Johnson is expected to win the Tory leadership today - so what's next?

Queen Elizabeth will officiate the new Tory leader’s appointment at Buckingham Palace – this will be her 13th time appointing a PM.

Fresh concerns over Direct Provision after incident involving children at Cork centre Exclusive

The Department of Justice says it is aware of an incident in the centre.

Yesterday’s News

Man involved in fight with A$AP Rocky avoids charges, as prosecutors say he acted in self defence

The fight between two men and A$AP Rocky in Stockholm on 30 June led to the 3 July arrest of the rapper.

An Post acknowledges Irish spelling error on commemorative moon stamps

The series of stamps featured four Nasa astronauts with Irish ancestry.

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