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Thursday 16 May, 2019

The 9 at 9: Thursday

Here’s everything you need to know as we kick off Thursday.

Wednesday 15 May, 2019

Donald Trump is set to visit Ireland next month - official announcement 'within days'

TheJournal.ie understands that he will be in the country for a number of days at the beginning of June.

Monday 6 May, 2019

Man arrested after late night police standoff faces questioning over further horrific attacks across England

Joseph McCann, who was being sought by police, is to be questioned over attacks on nine more victims.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry confirm arrival of royal baby (and it's a boy)

The baby, born early this morning, is seventh in line to the throne.

Poll: Have you attempted a barbecue so far this year? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you attempted a barbecue so far this year?

To grill or not to grill, that’s the question we’re asking this bank holiday Monday morning.

The 9 at 9: Bank Holiday Monday

Here’s everything you need to know as we begin this Bank Holiday Monday morning.

West Dublin arson attack: Two arrested after house set on fire in Corduff

Rocks and hammers were also used to target windows in the house in Saturday’s attack.

Man in his 30s dies after stabbing at house in Arklow, Co Wicklow

Gardaí responded at around 12.30am. A man in his 40s has been arrested.

Sunday 14 April, 2019

'There's robbed cars, burnt-out cars, dead horses ... the bones of dead horses'

Campaigners say animals at Dunsink in Dublin are being frightened and injured by joyriders and quad bike riders.

Friday 12 April, 2019

Nigel Farage has launched his new Brexit Party - and there'll be a Rees-Mogg on the ballot

Not that one though … Jacob’s sister Annunziata Rees-Mogg is running for the new party.

Alabama had to call off an execution at the last minute after it was unable to lift a court order

The bid to stop the execution centred on the inmate’s request to inhale nitrogen gas rather than face lethal injection.

Thursday 11 April, 2019

The EU and UK have agreed a 'flexible' Brexit extension until 31 October

It follows a marathon EU summit in Brussels – just two days before the UK would have crashed out.

As it happened: Tusk tells UK 'please do not waste this time' as 31 October flextension agreed

Another long night in Brussels, and the threat of a no-deal exit this Friday has been averted.

Tuesday 9 April, 2019

Garda statement on Drew Harris vehicle controversy: 'There was no security incident'

“A newly installed bollard malfunctioned,” a statement from the force said.

Friday 5 April, 2019

Two arrests over murder of woman who disappeared after party in 2005

Lisa Dorrian disappeared after a party at a caravan site 14 years ago.

Monday 1 April, 2019

As it happened: House of Commons again rejects all Brexit options on the table

Here’s how it all went down as MPs considered four Brexit options.

Rate the options: How would you vote on the Brexit plans before MPs tonight?

What would you do if you had a seat?

Sunday 31 March, 2019

Is your head being melted by this EU daylight savings debate? We're here to help

Why does Europe want to scrap seasonal clock changes? Will Ireland have to?

Monday 25 March, 2019

As It Happened: Theresa May plans to bring her Brexit deal back for a Commons vote this week

We could be in for another dramatic evening in the Commons – stay with us.

'A kind, gentle outsider': Scott Walker, the enigmatic and hugely influential singer, has died aged 76 RIP

'A kind, gentle outsider': Scott Walker, the enigmatic and hugely influential singer, has died aged 76

His record company hailed him as a “unique and challenging titan”.

Saturday 23 March, 2019

FactCheck: Did Donald Trump predict Brexit at his Scottish golf course the day before the vote?

He repeated the claim in his Oval Office meeting with the Taoiseach. Is it true?

Israeli ambassador praises RTÉ's 'strong position' on Eurovision boycott calls

His comments come in the wake of renewed calls for RTÉ to sit out this year’s contest.

Parcel bombing scheme was 'cack-handed, reckless and extremely dangerous'

There are similarities between this month’s devices and ones used by the Provisional IRA.

Friday 22 March, 2019

Report of invasive rodent species spotted along Royal Canal most likely case of 'mistaken identity'

Waterways Ireland believes the sighting was likely that of a native otter.

Limerick device 'appears identical' to London and Glasgow parcel bombs claimed by 'IRA'

Around 175 staff have been evacuated and postal services in Limerick are off today.

Thursday 21 March, 2019

Backbenchers warn May 'will have to accept her share of responsibility' if any harm comes to MPs

Some MPs have issued grave warnings after May went on the offensive last night.

Varadkar warns against 'rolling cliff edge' as leaders meet for crunch summit

Varadkar repeated his assertion that the EU needs to cut the UK some slack on an extension.

Wednesday 20 March, 2019

'It is now time for MPs to decide': May says Brexit delay is 'matter of great personal regret'

Theresa May earlier asked for a short extension of Article 50 until 30 June.

Brexit: What just happened and how could all of this finally end?

Or how a series of unfortunate events ruined Theresa May’s week.

Tuesday 19 March, 2019

Pope rejects resignation of French cardinal convicted of sex abuse cover-up

France’s highest-ranking Catholic official failed to report sex abuse by a priest.

More to Ireland den dis? Alan Partridge 'Men Behind the Wire' clip prompts amusement, bemusement

Viewers’ jaws may have dropped a little when the songs were aired – but a joke’s a joke right? Hopefully.

Thursday 14 March, 2019

MPs have voted to delay Brexit by three months - here's what that means

It’s been another day of drama in Westminster – and now a THIRD vote on the May deal looms.

Tuesday 12 March, 2019

Theresa May’s ‘improved’ Brexit deal defeated by 149 votes - here’s what happens now

We’ll have another vote tomorrow on the no-deal option, May told MPs after another heavy defeat.

As It Happened: Theresa May's Brexit deal defeated for a second time by 'thumping' majority

The draft Withdrawal Agreement suffered a 149-vote defeat tonight, in another blow to Theresa May’s deal.

Monday 11 March, 2019

A breakthrough? May and Juncker announce 'joint instrument' providing guarantees on backstop

Juncker said the Taoiseach would be prepared to back the mechanism.

UK government says it has secured 'legally binding changes' to Brexit deal

Tonight’s May visit comes ahead of another expected Brexit vote tomorrow in the House of Commons.

Thursday 7 March, 2019

Irish Coast Guard stamps featuring Caitríona Lucas' artwork launched by An Post

Lucas lost her life when the boat she was in capsized while searching for a missing man in September 2016.

Comedians Jason Byrne and Deirdre O'Kane announced as Paddy's Day grand marshalls

The pair will lead the traditional parade on Sunday week.

Monday 4 March, 2019

'Pioneer, innovator and legend': Prodigy frontman Keith Flint dies aged 49 RIP

'Pioneer, innovator and legend': Prodigy frontman Keith Flint dies aged 49

Tributes have been pouring in for the singer, who reportedly died by suicide.

Saturday 2 March, 2019

'The Crusader' was never intended to be a mummy ... and he may not even have been a crusader

As the church tour guide explains, not much is known about the life of the figure known as ‘The Crusader’.