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Dublin: 2 °C Saturday 18 January, 2020

Today’s News

From The42 Premiership Rugby confirm Saracens will be relegated at end of the season Going Down

Premiership Rugby confirm Saracens will be relegated at end of the season

The club will play in the RFU Championship in 2020/21.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Here’s what made the news today.

How many people don't want any of the party leaders to become next Taoiseach?: It's the week in numbers

Plus: The number of active insurance claims harvesting websites operating in Ireland

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As Google buys Pointy, Mark Cummins enters his second act with the tech giant

Panama sends police reinforcements to remote area after sect sacrifice

The rituals took place on a ranch that was surrounded by dense vegetation making it invisible to the outside world.

Taoiseach insists Ireland is a ‘safe’ country despite week of violent crime

Leo Varadkar has defended Fine Gael’s record on law and order.

From The42 Ulster see off Bath to secure second consecutive Champions Cup quarter-final Onwards

Ulster see off Bath to secure second consecutive Champions Cup quarter-final

Dan McFarland’s men were sloppy in victory but they advance into the knock-outs again.

Two men arrested following spate of burglaries in Tipperary and Limerick

Gardaí said they seized two vehicles for examination.

From The42 As it happened: Ulster v Bath, Heineken Champions Cup Liveblog

As it happened: Ulster v Bath, Heineken Champions Cup

Follow all the action live as Dan McFarland’s side welcome Bath to Belfast.

Canadians awake to record-breaking snowfall as emergency called

Snowfall of 76.2cm was recorded at St John’s International Airport in Newfoundland yesterday.

From The42 Leinster overcome gritty Benetton to seal top seeding in Champions Cup quarter-finals Job Done

Leinster overcome gritty Benetton to seal top seeding in Champions Cup quarter-finals

Leo Cullen’s side ran in two crucial second-half tries to secure the win.

Simpsons actor says he'll no longer voice Apu after controversy

The character has been voiced by a white actor since his arrival in Springfield.

Gardaí seize €100k of cannabis in Monaghan raid

The house was found to be fully adapted for use as a growhouse.

Freezing night ahead as low temperature and ice warning issued for most of country

The weather warning will kick in at 9pm tonight. It will remain in place until 11am tomorrow morning.

Family and gardaí 'concerned for wellbeing' of 28-year-old man missing since Tuesday

Anthony Dwyer was last seen on Tuesday, 14 January in Clondalkin, Dublin.

Businesses warn of price rises as Sajid Javid vows no EU alignment post-Brexit

Javid urged businesses to “adjust” and said that while some will benefit others will not.

Scale of SARS-like virus in China likely far bigger than officially reported, scientists warn

Authorities in China say two people have died and at least 45 have been infected.

New domestic abuse refuge in Galway will allow mothers to bring their teenage sons with them

Cope Galway said one women last year had to choose between staying in an abusive household with her sons or living in the refuge without them.

Poll: Do you support post-primary teachers going on strike next month? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you support post-primary teachers going on strike next month?

Members of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland will strike on Tuesday 4 February.

Nóra Quoirin's parents say it is 'absolutely critical' for inquest to be held by Malaysian authorities

“If the case is closed there will be no truth and we will be deprived from justice,” Nóra’s father has said.

History: As our election looms, spare a thought for the women of 1920

Women stood for election for the first time in 1920, in considerable numbers, writes Dr Margaret Ward.

The Explainer: What is going on between Harry, Meghan and the British Royal Family?

In an almost unprecedented move, Prince Harry and Meghan announced last week that they plan to step back as senior members of the family – but what happens now?

The 9 at 9: Saturday

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

'An issue of systemic importance': Supreme Court FOI ruling will alter public's relationship with State

When the Supreme Court decides on the future of FOI in Ireland, it will be the end of a glacial process.

From The42 'They said we weren't good enough as a nation - we proved them wrong' Golden Years

'They said we weren't good enough as a nation - we proved them wrong'

Ronnie Delany’s gold at the Melbourne Olympics changed the way the world looked at Ireland.

Diplomat rents, the rising dollar and a Brexit-inspired passport boom behind DFA request for extra €50 million

The Department also looked for €2 million to bolster Ireland’s bid to become a member of the UN Security Council.

Two men hospitalised following overnight shooting outside pub in Co Clare

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to come forward.

Garda association calls for extra resourcing after 'shocking levels of violence' in recent days

Gardaí have confirmed human remains found in Dublin 3 earlier this week were that of Keane Mulready-Woods.

FactCheck: Has Fine Gael's Regina Doherty ensured waiting staff are legally entitled to 100% of their tips?

The claim was criticised by Sinn Féin who called it “false and misleading”.

From The42 From saving a Michael Owen penalty to setting up another Liverpool clash 18 years later Above Average Joe

From saving a Michael Owen penalty to setting up another Liverpool clash 18 years later

On Tuesday, veteran Irish goalkeeper Joe Murphy helped Shrewsbury Town to set up a dream FA Cup tie.

Despite Stormont deal, confusion still exists on self-identifying as Irish in the North

Emma DeSouza says that the UK interprets the right to identify as Irish “as akin to being a GAA supporter or country music fan”.

Man's jaw broken in attack at Luas anti-social blackspot

The man suffered injuries to his face and body and received a broken jaw.

More customers left out-of-pocket after Click.ie reappears amid ongoing investigation Exclusive

A consumer watchdog said it is taking customers’ allegations “very seriously”.

Yesterday’s News

Countdown clock to be projected onto Number 10 to mark Brexit day

A commemorative Brexit coin will come into circulation on exit day.

Late passenger who caused bomb scare in Gatwick to try catch flight jailed

Rashidul Islam actually managed to check in for his flight before he was then arrested at the gate.

HSE issues mumps warning as 132 cases reported last week - the highest weekly number in over a decade

Symptoms of mumps include fever, headache and painful swollen salivary glands.

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