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Today’s News

The 9 at 9: Thursday

The reaction to last night’s marathon UK cabinet meeting and all the rest of the morning’s headlines.

Trump aide leaves security adviser role after rebuke from first lady Melania Trump

The First Lady said that Mira Ricardel “no longer deserves the honor of serving in this White House.”

Number one v number two: All Blacks name their side for Ireland showdown

New Zealand have made one change from their win over England.

Firefighters battle blaze overnight in Finglas

The fire is thought to have started in an office over a pub.

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Extra public order unit gardaí to patrol Aviva as intelligence shows hardline loyalists could attend

The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland face off in Dublin at 7.45pm.

Texas executes Mexican man who killed his wife and two young children

Mexico and human rights groups have long maintained that Roberto Ramos was not informed of his legal rights.

Students at Ireland's first drama school for people with intellectual disabilities to graduate today

The students have already launched their own theatre company, and will unveil a play in the new year.

'Splits', 'cracks' and a fight ahead: UK front pages react to May's cabinet deal

The UK cabinet have approved a draft Brexit deal. It’s now over to the EU.

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'We draw people into magical scenes': The inside story of Dublin's Christmas windows

Opinion: It is time to ban moneylenders charging interest of up to 287%

330,000 Irish people are customers of moneylenders, many of them risk getting caught up in a vicious cycle of debt, writes Brendan Whelan.

'This would not happen in more affluent areas': Cabra community in protest over school pitch

Parents and children of Naomh Fionnbarra GAA Club are calling for the restoration of their all-weather pitch.

'UK's strongest card is fisheries': Fish sector could be left out of Brexit customs deal

The fisheries issue is one of the sticking points in securing a final Brexit deal.

Around 1,300 Dublin property owners to get average of €25k compensation over Bus Connects plan

The cost of continuous bus routes linking areas of Dublin with the city will likely stretch into billions of euro.

Yesterday’s News

US defence chief rallies troops as migrant caravan nears Mexican border after 1,500km journey

Jim Mattis said it’s clear that the show of force at the US-Mexico border was necessary.

New York trial told that drug baron 'El Chapo' Guzman was leader of deadly Sinaloa cartel, not scapegoat

He is accused of leading the Sinaloa cartel, turning it into the world’s largest criminal group.

From The42 'I remember coming out for the warm-up and the chants were 'Kill the Fenian bastards'' Tension

'I remember coming out for the warm-up and the chants were 'Kill the Fenian bastards''

Joe Waters was part of the Republic of Ireland side that faced Northern Ireland at Windsor Park at the height of The Troubles in 1979.

Woman in her 20s arrested as part of Fermanagh murder probe

It follows a man in his 20s also being arrested in connection with the crime yesterday.

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'One of the better days': Taoiseach says Ireland has achieved 'satisfactory outcome' with Brexit deal

While Ireland didn’t want Brexit, it had set out what it wanted to in negotiations, Varadkar said.

Explainer: why the resignation of an Israeli Minister over a ceasefire could spell trouble for Benjamin Netanyahu

The move has thrown the ruling Likud government into turmoil, opening up the chance of early elections.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

A Brexit deal at last, thongs hung up at the Spire, and agreement with doctors on abortion – it’s the evening fix.

Theresa May wins over her Cabinet on Brexit deal that Barnier says avoids hard border

The UK premier announced a speech after briefing her Cabinet on the latest Brexit deal draft.

From The42 'Sometimes you have to go down the minor road to get back on the main road' Point Of Order

'Sometimes you have to go down the minor road to get back on the main road'

Irish goalkeeper Aaron McCarey explains the ‘calculated decision’ behind his latest career move.

Man (80s) killed in single-vehicle collision in Cork

The collision occurred at around 2.50pm today.

Harris hails 'significant step' as contract agreed with doctors for the provision of abortion services

The contract will be offered by the HSE to medical practitioners who express an interest in providing such services.

How I Spend My Money: A student in Galway earning up to €500 a month from several odd jobs

The corporate law student works in a supermarket, drives tractors and helps out on the family farm.

Nearly half of all those watching TV last night watched the Maurice McCabe documentary

The show has been praised widely on social media since the first part aired on Monday.

Fox News backs CNN's legal action against the White House over journalist ban

Trump often praises Fox News, but it is against him on this one.

After some confusion, Theresa May WILL give a statement on Brexit tonight

After some confusion, Theresa May WILL give a statement on Brexit tonight

Irish ministers met this morning while British cabinet is due to meet at 2pm.

Police release CCTV images in connection with murder of Irish aid worker

John Curran was found dead in his apartment last week.

333 extra beds to be made available as Dublin Region Homeless Executive launches winter strategy

The measure was announced in partnership with a range of charities.

From The42 18-year-old Ireland striker unlikely to feature against Denmark as he considers international future Doubt

18-year-old Ireland striker unlikely to feature against Denmark as he considers international future

Martin O’Neill says he spoke to the youngster about his eligibility during the week.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Man on trial for murdering partner told emergency services she 'fell down the stairs'

Prosecuting lawyers say a post-mortem examination will show her injuries were inconsistent with a fall.

Former Terenure College rugby coach to stand trial for indecent assault of nine boys

John McClean worked at the prestigious school for decades before taking up a position in UCD.

Plans rolled out for continuous bus lanes in Dublin - but property owners to lose parts of gardens to make way

The NTA has launched a public consultation on the latest phase of its Bus Connects plan.

New river rules seek to protect native Irish crayfish from plague-carrying alien invaders

Irish crayfish have been heavily impacted by plague in recent years.

'Clothes are not consent': Thongs hung up at Spire to protest use of clothing as rape trial evidence

The protest was organised by ROSA and Solidarity-People Before Profit TD Ruth Coppinger.

Peter Casey's former PR firm says it has nothing to do with Traveller video he tweeted

PR firm Bannerton says the video was “mistakenly retweeted” by its account.

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