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Packages containing animal eyes sent to six Ukrainian embassies across Europe, Kyiv says
# EU
# EU

Packages containing animal eyes sent to six Ukrainian embassies across Europe, Kyiv says

1 minute ago 13 Views 0 Comments

Ukraine’s foreign minister said they have grounds to believe that a “well-planned campaign of terror and intimidation of Ukrainian embassies and consulates is under way”.

Redacted Lives: Listen to the fourth episode of our documentary series here
# Podcast
# Podcast

Redacted Lives: Listen to the fourth episode of our documentary series here

18 minutes ago 3,867 Views 0 Comments

NEW EPISODE: Many survivors felt as though the Mother and Baby Homes Commission was a chance for society to learn what truly happened in these institutions. But it fell short of offering the closure many needed, leading experts to ask: how?

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones files for personal bankruptcy following $1 billion court ruling
# US
# US

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones files for personal bankruptcy following $1 billion court ruling

21 minutes ago 1,030 Views 1 Comment

He has been ordered to pay nearly $1.5 billion in damages over his false claim that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a hoax.

Know your sport? Take our weekly quiz From The42

Know your sport? Take our weekly quiz

22 minutes ago 1,765 Views 0 Comments

How well do you remember the week’s headlines?

Spotlight

Redacted Lives

The Journal’s new podcast series explores the impact of the mother and baby home system
Full abortion services to be commissioned in Northern Ireland
# Northern Ireland
# Northern Ireland

Full abortion services to be commissioned in Northern Ireland

35 minutes ago 503 Views 0 Comments

Northern Ireland’s abortion laws were liberalised in 2019, but the Department of Health never centrally commissioned the rollout of full services due to a political impasse at Stormont.

Working group to decide whether to rename Trinity College library named after slave-owner
# Trinity
# Trinity

Working group to decide whether to rename Trinity College library named after slave-owner

1 hour ago 5,083 Views 7 Comments

Trinity’s main library was named in 1978 after the renowned philosopher George Berkeley, who was a slave-owner.

Daniel Goulding sentenced to 18 years for attempted murder of two gardaí
# Courts
# Courts

Daniel Goulding sentenced to 18 years for attempted murder of two gardaí

1 hour ago 4,850 Views 0 Comments

The judge said the offences were of the most serious kind and he had considered imposing a sentence of life in prison.

Father-of-seven stabbed to death in 'totally random killing', court hears
# Courts
# Courts

Father-of-seven stabbed to death in 'totally random killing', court hears

1 hour ago 10,626 Views 0 Comments

Christina Anderson (41) has pleaded not guilty to murdering Gareth Kelly (39) by reason of insanity.

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Here's your essential TV guide for this weekend's live sport
# Tune In
From The42
# Tune In

Here's your essential TV guide for this weekend's live sport

2 hours ago 10,935 Views 2 Comments

Get stuck into this lot over the weekend.

Kremlin rejects Biden's offer to talk with Putin if he intends to end war in Ukraine
# Ukraine War
# Ukraine War

Kremlin rejects Biden's offer to talk with Putin if he intends to end war in Ukraine

Updated 2 hours ago 14,906 Views 32 Comments

The American leader made such talks conditional on support by Nato allies.

'Cross border, organised crime feud' probed in Newry 'execution'
# Organised Crime
# Organised Crime

'Cross border, organised crime feud' probed in Newry 'execution'

2 hours ago 5,307 Views 0 Comments

A 58-year-old man died after being shot multiple times in a planned ‘ambush’.

Convicted murderer Graham Dwyer warned in court against interrupting his appeal hearing
# Court Of Appeal
# Court Of Appeal

Convicted murderer Graham Dwyer warned in court against interrupting his appeal hearing

3 hours ago 10,817 Views 0 Comments

Dwyer repeatedly interrupted Sean Guerin SC, who is representing the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Man accused of attacking woman and forcing her into boot of car
# Dublin
# Dublin

Man accused of attacking woman and forcing her into boot of car

3 hours ago 14,164 Views 0 Comments

The court heard that alleged witnesses saw a man pick up and force the woman into the boot of a car.

Gerry Hutch trial: Conversations taped by gardaí in Northern Ireland were obtained illegally, but can be included, court rules
# Special Criminal Court
# Special Criminal Court

Gerry Hutch trial: Conversations taped by gardaí in Northern Ireland were obtained illegally, but can be included, court rules

4 hours ago 25,216 Views 0 Comments

The defence argued that using the tapes should not have been allowed as part of the recording took place beyond the borders of the state.

Ronan O'Gara 'had contact from RFU' but rules himself out of running for England job
# Decision Made
From The42
# Decision Made

Ronan O'Gara 'had contact from RFU' but rules himself out of running for England job

4 hours ago 19,829 Views 9 Comments

The Munster legend is staying put with La Rochelle.

Victims of two Co Monaghan deaths named locally as gardaí investigate potential links
# Monaghan Deaths
# Monaghan Deaths

Victims of two Co Monaghan deaths named locally as gardaí investigate potential links

6 hours ago 24,210 Views 0 Comments

Gardaí are investigating links between two deaths in the county yesterday.

Poll: Are you planning to go to any festivals next year?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Are you planning to go to any festivals next year?

6 hours ago 12,211 Views 15 Comments

Festivals are starting to announce their line-ups for 2023.

Intel offers workers at Kildare plant voluntary unpaid leave in effort to cut costs
# Leixlip
# Leixlip

Intel offers workers at Kildare plant voluntary unpaid leave in effort to cut costs

Updated 7 hours ago 40,998 Views 25 Comments
  • Intel has offered manufacturing workers at its Leixlip plant in Kildare voluntary unpaid leave as it looks to cut costs.
  • Local TD James Lawless said that he has spoken to Intel and that there are 'no plans' for the voluntary scheme to become mandatory.
  • Just back in March, Intel announced a further €12 billion investment in the site.
Elton John to headline Glastonbury 2023 as part of last ever tour
# Festival
# Festival

Elton John to headline Glastonbury 2023 as part of last ever tour

7 hours ago 8,661 Views 23 Comments

The singer has been travelling the globe on his marathon Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour over the past couple of years.

Christmas bonus payment to be paid to over 1.3 million social welfare recipients next week
# Social Welfare Payment
# Social Welfare Payment

Christmas bonus payment to be paid to over 1.3 million social welfare recipients next week

8 hours ago 20,222 Views 31 Comments

The payment will also go to those on long-term illness benefit for over 12 months.

Munster locked-and-loaded for massive night in Edinburgh From The42

Munster locked-and-loaded for massive night in Edinburgh

Updated 8 hours ago 17,390 Views 7 Comments

The Scots have named a strong side for this evening’s URC clash.

Murderer at centre of 'Teacher's Pet' podcast jailed for 24 years in Australia
# Sentenced
# Sentenced

Murderer at centre of 'Teacher's Pet' podcast jailed for 24 years in Australia

8 hours ago 14,162 Views 2 Comments

Chris Dawson, 74, was found guilty of killing his wife Lynette Dawson after the podcast led to a new investigation.

Kanye West kicked off Twitter by Musk for 'incitement to violence'
# Kanye West
# Kanye West

Kanye West kicked off Twitter by Musk for 'incitement to violence'

9 hours ago 24,446 Views 25 Comments

“I like Hitler,” Ye said several times during his appearance on Infowars

China further relaxes Covid rules after protests
# Beijing
# Beijing

China further relaxes Covid rules after protests

10 hours ago 5,058 Views 2 Comments

Several cities have begun loosening restrictions such as moving away from daily mass testing requirements.

'We had to eat leftover meat and fish': Modern slavery in the Irish fishing industry
# Investigation
# Investigation

'We had to eat leftover meat and fish': Modern slavery in the Irish fishing industry

16 hours ago 17,948 Views 10 Comments
  • Migrant fishers who left vessels due to exploitative treatment 'ignored' in recent cross-departmental review
  • Inspection reports reveal potential trafficking and deficiencies relating to hours of work and rest
  • Researcher: "The problems in Ireland can be traced to very specific policies and laws here"

Yesterday's News

Man dies following shooting in Newry
# PSNI
# PSNI

Man dies following shooting in Newry

18 hours ago 15,021 Views 0 Comments

The incident occurred in the Ardcarn Park area this evening.

PSNI search property and seize items as part of probe into attempted murder of police officers
# Co Tyrone
# Co Tyrone

PSNI search property and seize items as part of probe into attempted murder of police officers

18 hours ago 5,025 Views 0 Comments

Police conducted a search at a property in the Innisfree Gardens area of the town.

Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron vow united front against Russia during historic state visit
# Washington
# Washington

Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron vow united front against Russia during historic state visit

Updated 19 hours ago 14,522 Views 8 Comments

The pair said the West must hold fast against Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine.

Japan shock Spain and eliminate Germany on roller-coaster World Cup night
# Twists And Turns
From The42
# Twists And Turns

Japan shock Spain and eliminate Germany on roller-coaster World Cup night

19 hours ago 32,748 Views 21 Comments

Recounting an astonishing night as Japan came from behind to beat Spain 2-1 and knock out Germany in the process.

One person killed after 'rogue wave' hits Antarctic cruise ship during storm
# South America
# South America

One person killed after 'rogue wave' hits Antarctic cruise ship during storm

19 hours ago 34,122 Views 5 Comments

A representative of the Viking cruise company said that four other tourists sustained non-life-threatening injuries and were treated onboard.

Trump Organisation lawyer presents ruled-out evidence in tax fraud case
# Tax Fraud Case
# Tax Fraud Case

Trump Organisation lawyer presents ruled-out evidence in tax fraud case

19 hours ago 22,861 Views 0 Comments

The judge admonished Susan Necheles and halted arguments so she could remove any other precluded evidence.

Gardaí probing links between stabbing and fatal road crash in Co Monaghan
# Co Monaghan
# Co Monaghan

Gardaí probing links between stabbing and fatal road crash in Co Monaghan

Updated 20 hours ago 74,416 Views 0 Comments

It’s believed that the two deaths are connected.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday
# Evening Fix
# Evening Fix

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

20 hours ago 6,315 Views 0 Comments

Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.

Trailer Watch: Which film will you watch this weekend?
# Cinema
# Cinema

Trailer Watch: Which film will you watch this weekend?

20 hours ago 10,780 Views 14 Comments

Here are a few options for weekend watching.

UK's Sunak pledges more police powers to tackle ‘completely unacceptable’ climate protests
# Just Stop Oil
# Just Stop Oil

UK's Sunak pledges more police powers to tackle ‘completely unacceptable’ climate protests

21 hours ago 9,502 Views 8 Comments

Sunak called it “completely unacceptable” that ordinary people were having their lives disrupted by environmental protests.

Straight out of Holywood - the new Rory McIlroy gets a hole in one
# No Doubting Thomas
From The42
# No Doubting Thomas

Straight out of Holywood - the new Rory McIlroy gets a hole in one

21 hours ago 43,060 Views 6 Comments

Tom McKibbin’s ace came at today’s South African Open.

Redacted Lives: Why survivors felt let down by the Commission into Mother and Baby Homes
# The Commission
# The Commission

Redacted Lives: Why survivors felt let down by the Commission into Mother and Baby Homes

Thu 6:00 AM 13,342 Views 0 Comments
  • The latest episode in our podcast series examines how the Commission into Mother and Baby Homes gathered evidence
  • Many survivors felt as though the inquiry was a chance for Irish society to finally find out what truly happened in these institutions
  • But the final report didn’t come to the conclusions that many experts expected, leading people to ask: How?
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