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Dublin: 6 °C Monday 9 December, 2019

Today’s News

One killed after New Zealand volcano erupts on island

More deaths are expected after the incident offshore from the country’s mainland.

Column: The results of the UK general election could hugely impact the Irish border - and not for the first time

A December election does not come around often, writes Cormac Moore.

Dublin's winter plan for rough sleepers 'doesn't go far enough', says CEO of city's oldest charity

The Dublin Region Homeless Executive activated its Cold Weather Strategy last month.

Christian Brothers complete €6.8m contribution to redress fund

The religious organisation formally notified the Department of its intention to pay the money back in September.

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Significant reduction in Longford feud violence as gardaí issue warning over 'call out' videos

Local gardaí have been attempting to keep a lid on the feud.

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Yesterday’s News

Trees down across Cork and Kerry as Storm Atiyah sweeps across Ireland

Several flights have been cancelled at Cork and Shannon airports as a result of the extreme weather.

From The42 FAI, Minister Ross and Sport Ireland invited to emergency Oireachtas meeting on Wednesday Crisis

FAI, Minister Ross and Sport Ireland invited to emergency Oireachtas meeting on Wednesday

The FAI’s board this evening stressed it was available to meet.

'I am worried about the cold - it kills me': A night on duty with a Dublin homeless charity

TheJournal.ie spent an evening with an outreach team helping homeless people in the city centre.

Same game, different name: Irish producers are adapting to a changing entertainment industry

Streaming giants are transforming the trade. Ireland’s creative set needs to capitalise on the opportunity.

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Saoirse McHugh: Carbon tax is a red herring, the real climate culprit is the global tax system

It’s time for governments to fix the global tax system, for the sake of the planet.

How I Spend My Money: A 26-year-old recruiter on €40,000 living in Dublin

The 26-year-old is adjusting after moving out of her family home

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s what made headlines today.

From The42 Shortlist for 2019 RTÉ Sportsperson of the Year unveiled - who should win? Best Of The Best This post contains a poll

Shortlist for 2019 RTÉ Sportsperson of the Year unveiled - who should win?

The list has been whittled down from 26 to 10 ahead of the big night.

'You’re a damn liar, man': The week in quotes

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

At least 43 people dead in New Delhi garment factory fire

Workers at the factory were earning around €1.80 per day.

Gardaí renew appeal for information after teenager died in Dublin motorbike crash

It happened in the Cabra area on Friday evening.

From The42 Late points seal Leinster senior title for Ballyboden in battle against Éire Óg Left It Late

Late points seal Leinster senior title for Ballyboden in battle against Éire Óg

The Dublin champions hit three last-gasp points to win in Portlaoise.

From The42 Cipriani swings it as Connacht suffer four-try loss in Gloucester Champions Cup

Cipriani swings it as Connacht suffer four-try loss in Gloucester

John Porch and Jack Carty helped the Westerners to a half-time lead, but it unravelled from there.

Man arrested after appearing to make racist gestures during Manchester derby

Videos circulated on social media showed a man appearing to make monkey gestures.

'Despair when I see how the Government is behaving': Brother Kevin slams Government housing policy

He said the Government should ensure nobody is lying or dying on the streets at Christmas.

From The42 As it happened: Gloucester v Connacht, Champions Cup Updates

As it happened: Gloucester v Connacht, Champions Cup

Connacht make the journey to Kingsholm aiming to boost their prospects in Pool 5.

Man (30s) killed after being struck by a car late last night

A man in his early 20s driving the car was uninjured.

Status red wind warning issued for Kerry as Storm Atiyah approaches

A status orange wind warning is also in place from 1pm today in eight other counties.

North Korea conducts 'very important test', according to state media

Pyongyang has carried out a number of launches at the same sight where the latest test occurred.

From The42 'I had a fight with Patrick Vieira and got sent to the reserves': Arsenal, Vauxhall Novas and regrets Maccer

'I had a fight with Patrick Vieira and got sent to the reserves': Arsenal, Vauxhall Novas and regrets

Brian McGovern spent a number of years at Arsenal and seemed on the cusp of a breakthrough under Arsene Wenger before everything changed.

Delays on M1 motorway as emergency services attend multiple collisions

Emergency services are dealing with a number of collisions on the M1 this morning.

Sitdown Sunday: Why the Christian right loves Trump

Settle back in a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

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

The Irish For: Don’t like Ulster Scots? Catch yourself on

When seeing Ulster Scots writing, many people are surprised by how much of it appears readily intelligible to them.

From The42 'They were spitting at me, trying to hit me. I could tell how much they hated us. I loved it' No Love Lost

'They were spitting at me, trying to hit me. I could tell how much they hated us. I loved it'

Twenty years after his cancer diagnosis following an Old Firm derby, former Celtic defender Alan Stubbs looks at how times may have changed but some things will always stay the same in Glasgow.

Fake or real? What kind of Christmas tree is best for the environment?

Trying to have a greener Christmas? You should consider buying a real tree.

Man (60s) dies following collision between car and lorry

The collision happened in the Cloverhill area of Belturbet at around 2.20pm.

From The42 Delaney sidelined by Uefa and left without entitlement to tickets to Irish home games Legacy

Delaney sidelined by Uefa and left without entitlement to tickets to Irish home games

Some more troubling revelations come to light, including details of how the FAI paid for Delaney’s 50th birthday party.

CervicalCheck: How does Ireland's cervical smear screening programme work?

If you’re getting a smear test, what can you expect, and what do the results mean?

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Balcony views: Spacious south Dublin redbrick with five bedrooms for €1.4m

FactFind: How many homes is the Irish government actually building every year?

Eoghan Murphy says Rebuilding Ireland has delivered 64,000 places to live – but how many are new builds?

Saturday 7 December, 2019

When the bells chime: Why the exit poll has become such an iconic moment in UK elections Bonggggg This post contains videos

When the bells chime: Why the exit poll has become such an iconic moment in UK elections

On Thursday at 10pm we’ll probably know who the UK’s prime minister will be and how strong their position is.

From The42 Man City condemn 'racist gesture' during Manchester derby Zero Tolerance

Man City condemn 'racist gesture' during Manchester derby

United midfielder Fred was hit by objects thrown from the crowd as he prepared to take a corner in the second half.

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