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Today’s News

Sinn Féin's John Finucane receiving 'sinister and dangerous threats' during election campaign

A number of banners have been placed in Loyalist areas of Belfast.

'Debate her': After claims of 'sexism' the UK's debate over debates has reached the High Court

The LibDems and SNP both object to being excluded from tomorrow’s ITV debate.

Petrol forecourt's roof torn down in attempted ATM robbery

Significant damage was caused to the petrol station.

From The42 Parrott and Byrne in, Hogan and O'Dowda out - Ireland matchday squad confirmed for Denmark showdown COYBIG

Parrott and Byrne in, Hogan and O'Dowda out - Ireland matchday squad confirmed for Denmark showdown

Mick McCarthy’s 23 for the crunch Euro 2020 qualifier at the Aviva Stadium tonight is in.

Teenage girl dies after suspension bridge collapse in France

The 15-year-old was killed on the bridge at Mirepoix-sur-Tarn.

Poll: Ireland could qualify for the Euros tonight - will you watch the game? Your Say This post contains a poll

O'Devaney Gardens: Fresh plans in doubt as Minister raises concerns over funding and legal issues

Bartra has been contracted to build 768 houses and apartments on the site.

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Coast guard called in to airlift man who suffered 'crush injuries' on fishing trawler

The alarm was raised at around 11.35pm last night.

Two new locations added to line up for this year's Christmas light display on iconic Dublin buildings

There will be 14 light projections on buildings like The GPO and bridges like the Samuel Beckett bridge next month.

FG candidate Verona Murphy apologises for saying some asylum seekers need to be 'deprogrammed'

Murphy is a candidate in the upcoming Wexford by-election.

The 9 at 9: Monday

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

From The42 Hope rather than logic sustaining Ireland ahead of qualification finale with the Danes Preview

Hope rather than logic sustaining Ireland ahead of qualification finale with the Danes

There is little evidence that Ireland can pull off the win they need against Denmark tonight – but that doesn’t mean it won’t happen.

International Criminal Court may investigate British military over war crimes allegations

A BBC Panorama programme claims that killings of civilians in Afghanistan and Iraq have been covered up.

Clerics defend Cavan priest Oliver O'Reilly after he spoke out following Kevin Lunney attack Qih

Clerics defend Cavan priest Oliver O'Reilly after he spoke out following Kevin Lunney attack

Fr Oliver O’Reilly has spoken out against the violence in the region.

Hong Kong protesters set fire to entrance of university as police move in

Police said they had fired three live rounds at a protest site near the university.

Man (20s) arrested after staff threatened with 'machete' during robbery at petrol station in Cork

A till tray containing cash and receipts was taken during the incident.

Four people die and six others injured in California backyard shooting

There are currently no suspects in custody.

Simon Harris: Injecting centres do not legitimise drug use - if we're serious about tackling addiction we must establish one

The Minister for Health says that the government must and will shoulder its responsibilities in this area.

Number of parcels seized by Revenue containing illegal drugs has almost doubled on last year

Almost €3 million worth of illegal drugs was seized up to October this year.

'An ideal vehicle for harassment': New revenge porn law will cover deepfake technology

A number of US states have this year moved to ban the use of this technology to create pornographic videos of individuals.

Yesterday’s News

Boris Johnson is in full campaign mode - but how much Boris is too much?

The Tory leader has been waiting for this election for some time.

From The42 'In a weird way, that's actually what builds this team. It makes you have character' RISE UP

'In a weird way, that's actually what builds this team. It makes you have character'

Andy Friend’s Connacht will have a ‘red-hot crack’ at Toulouse after beating Montpellier.

'They played a blinder': Praise for volunteers who help young children during long hospital stays

Children in Hospital Ireland is looking for people to host a coffee morning for the charity on Wednesday.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s what made headlines today…

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From The42 'When you're desperate you'll do anything' - the Irishman on the cusp of history in the US Dynasty

'When you're desperate you'll do anything' - the Irishman on the cusp of history in the US

Niall McCabe could win a third straight USL championship with Louisville City FC later today.

How I Spend My Money: A 30-year-old software developer on €77,000 who invests €2,000 a month

The young software developer moved from Dublin to Berlin earlier this year

Gardaí appeal for information after 16-year-old boy killed in Limerick road crash

A 16-year-old boy was killed in the collision near Adare in the early hours today.

Man who died after car slipped into sea off Arranmore was 26-year-old RNLI volunteer

Another man survived, after the car slipped off the local pier on Arranmore Island.

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'I didn’t sweat at the time': The week in quotes

Here’s what was said and who said what this week.

Hundreds gather to oppose plan for over 650 apartments beside St Anne's Park in Dublin

A planning permission application to build the apartment complex on the site has been submitted.

Hong Kong police officer shot with arrow as violence escalates

Protesters also set an overhead footbridge on fire.

Meath star Graham Geraghty's GAA medals stolen in burglary

The medals were stolen on Friday evening.

'Babies are being born homeless': Charity demands action from government on child homelessness

Focus Ireland launched an urgent Christmas appeal today.

Doyle the hero as two stunning injury-time scores book first-ever Leinster final for St Mullin's

There was thrilling late drama at Netwatch Cullen Park as the Carlow champions marched on at the death.

Sinn Féin MP says unionist farmers will help her keep her seat in general election

Michelle Gildernew will be trying to keep her seat against the UUP’s Tom Elliot in the famously closely fought constituency.

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