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Today’s News

Minister for Health to investigate reports of private entrance to National Children's Hospital

It emerged this month that the facility will be built to honour a 2008 contract with consultants.

Yesterday’s News

Fine Gael complains to Facebook over ads for website targeting Maria Walsh and 'the homosexual lifestyle'

The website is designed to look like a campaign site in favour of the Walsh’s candidacy but instead casts her in a negative light.

21 candidates, seven seats: A night on the doorsteps in Dublin's most hotly contested council area

Former TDs, a lord mayor and Dublin’s longest serving councillor are all in the mix.

At least six dead as protestors clash with police over Indonesian election result

Jakarta’s governor Anies Baswedan said about 200 people had been injured.

Pelosi: 'Trump is engaged in a cover-up and that could be impeachable'

The US President stormed out of a meeting with Democrats saying they must stop investigating.

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It's going to be a warm, warm weekend with top temperatures of 20 degrees

However, unsettled weather is forecast early next week.

Topshop's flagship Stephen's Green store earmarked for closure

The Arcadia Group has announced plans to close six stores around Ireland.

Explainer: What do MEPs actually do once they get a seat in the European Parliament?

Here’s what you can expect of the people you’re voting for on Friday.

From The42 Fifa scrap plan to expand World Cup to 48 teams for Qatar 2022 Bright Idea

Fifa scrap plan to expand World Cup to 48 teams for Qatar 2022

The tournament will still be played between 21 November and 18 December.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

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Data Protection Commission launches investigation into Google Ireland

Google said it will “engage fully” with the investigation.

From The42 'I woke up at 3am... I was convinced I was dying' Pain

'I woke up at 3am... I was convinced I was dying'

Eileen Ring reflects on a difficult few years after a life-altering incident in November 2013.

Theresa May on the brink as Andrea Leadsom resigns from government

Leadsom made the announcement this evening.

Gardaí probe potential link after two men shot dead in Dublin in 24 hours

Today’s shooting happened at around 4pm in the Marigold Road area of Darndale.

Meet your candidates: The Midlands North West European hopefuls answer the big questions of the campaign

European Candidates for the Midlands North West constituency answer questions on nine of the election’s most topical issues.

Meet your candidates: Ireland South's hopefuls answer the big questions of the campaign

European Candidates for the Ireland South constituency answer questions on nine of the election’s most topical issues.

Meet your candidates: Dublin's European hopefuls answer the big questions of the campaign

European Candidates for the Dublin constituency answer questions on nine of the election’s most topical issues.

Boy B told gardaí he heard a scream after Ana Kriegel and Boy A went into abandoned house, court hears

Two boys have pleaded not guilty to the murder of the 14-year-old schoolgirl.

Family of Dublin man killed while walking dogs 'still have hope' their questions will be answered

Michael McCoy was unlawful killed on 30 September 2016, an inquest determined today.

Harris says there are no plans to legalise cannabis in Ireland

The health minister plans to have the medicinal cannabis access scheme up and running in the summer.

From The42 Boxing to remain Olympic sport for Tokyo but IOC intend to banish its broken governing body And Still?

Boxing to remain Olympic sport for Tokyo but IOC intend to banish its broken governing body

‘Today’s decision was taken in the interest of the athletes and the sport of boxing,’ IOC president Thomas Bach said in a statement.

ITV to offer Love Island contestants minimum of 8 therapy sessions following new series

This comes after Mike Thalassitis, who appeared in the 2017 series, was found dead in London in March.

Is the Charleton tribunal and Maurice McCabe raised on the doorsteps with Fitzgerald? 'Not particularly'

Minister Regina Doherty says she doesn’t believe the electorate will punish Fine Gael over the housing crisis.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Diageo to offer 26 weeks fully paid paternity leave to male employees in Ireland

Diageo is introducing the paid paternity scheme from 1 July.

Man jailed for 'particularly disturbing' and 'abusive' relationship with 14-year-old girl

Eoin Vickers was jailed for 11 years with the final two suspended on a number of conditions.

Minister says 'porn block' law needs to be considered, but says privacy issues also a concern

Credit card details could be used to verify a person is over 18 under the new UK rules.

'The system is not fair': MPs criticise Theresa May over Northern Ireland amnesty

A “presumption against prosecution” for alleged offences committed by British soldiers has been proposed by the UK government.

Family of boy detained by gardaí lodges complaint with Garda Ombudsman

The incident occurred last Sunday evening.

Boy B told a 'fake story' in first interviews because he was nervous, court hears

The jury in the Ana Kriegel murder trial has been viewing footage of the boy’s garda interviews.

From The42 David Nucifora signs new deal to stay with IRFU until 2022 Performance

David Nucifora signs new deal to stay with IRFU until 2022

The Australian has made landmark changes in Irish rugby since arriving in 2014.

Man (40s) found guilty of harassing four teenage girls on a bus in Cork

Anthony Quigley had pleaded not guilty to the charges which allegedly took place last December.

100 new jobs set for Dublin as waste company announces expansion

It will bring the total number of employees at the company to 600.

The next Brexit step: Withdrawal Agreement Bill to be published on Friday

“We need to take decisions, not to duck them,” Theresa May told MPs, urging them to vote for her thrice-defeated deal.

Decision on E-scooter regulations due shortly, as minister says electric scooter users should have a driving licence

Shane Ross has asked the RSA to research scooter regulations in other countries.

Taoiseach: Co-living an option - 'it's not going to replace traditional houses and apartments'

Leo Varadkar and Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy faced opposition on their co-living stance in the Dáil today.

British steel goes into liquidation leaving 5,000 jobs at risk

An estimated 20,000 more people have links to the firm’s supply chain.

Man found dead with gunshot wounds beside car that had been set alight in north Dublin

The incident occurred near the M1 motorway at Walshestown.

From The42 Olympic swimming champion retires at 22 after missing 3 doping tests Wave Goodbye

Olympic swimming champion retires at 22 after missing 3 doping tests

Lithuania’s Ruta Meilutyte is ending her career in the sport.

Two men arrested as gardaí recover firearm during raid of Dublin home

The raid was carried out as part of an intelligence-led operation targeting organised crime in Dublin.

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