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Irish - Yesterday’s News

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Irish - Saturday 25 January, 2020

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

The Drogheda rally, The Green Paty election manifesto launch and the China virus crisis all made the headlines today.

PSNI issue appeal after man stabbed and has top of finger bitten off

The man was taken to hospital for treatment for his injuries.

From The42 Limerick claw back 10-point deficit to carve out thrilling win over hosts Tipp Mad Game

Limerick claw back 10-point deficit to carve out thrilling win over hosts Tipp

Last year’s league champions trailed the All-Ireland winners by 0-14 to 0-4 before producing a stirring second-half fightback.

How many drivers were hit with fines totalling €266k for not paying M50 tolls? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The number of people who have applied for a job on the Great Blasket Island.

From The42 As it happened: Dublin v Kerry, Donegal v Mayo, GAA match tracker Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Dublin v Kerry, Donegal v Mayo, GAA match tracker

There’s two massive games of football on the opening night of the new National League season.

US Vice President Mike Pence meets with troops at Shannon Airport

Pence last visited Ireland in September.

Blanchardstown taskforce highlights increasing numbers of children dealing drugs

Children as young as 10 are being used by older dealers both for dealing and drug running.

'It's up to people how they define themselves': Citizens' Assembly to examine gender in LGBT community

The chair of the assembly said gender equality was an issue affecting members of the LGBT community.

'Enough is enough': Thousands take part in rally against violence in Drogheda

The rally was being held after the “hideous and barbaric” murder of 17-year-old Keane Mulready-Woods.

Exposure to rabies-like virus found in animal in Cork

Rabies could not be ruled out from the samples taken from the sable.

The Green Party promises free student travel, public housing and a Universal Basic Income

Party leader Eamon Ryan criticised other parties for their lack of ambition when it comes to climate action.

Gardaí renew appeal for information on missing 53-year-old man from Cork

Christophe was last seen in Carrigtowhill, Co Cork on 15 January.

Coronavirus: Chinese President Xi Jinping says country facing 'grave situation'

1,287 cases of the deadly virus have been found so far in total.

Gardaí identify the children whose bodies were found in Dublin home as brothers and sister

The three bodies were discovered by gardaí in Newcastle last night.

Gardaí seek help in finding 14-year-old from Athlone

Ronan was last seen on 22 January.

OPINION: Will young people vote in this election?

We asked four young people for their opinions.

Teenager driving on wrong side of the road dies in crash on the N7

The collision between a car and a van took place in the early hours of this morning.

From The42 Over €300,000 raised after Billy and Lanlih Holland's emotional Late Late Show interview Emmeline Holland

Over €300,000 raised after Billy and Lanlih Holland's emotional Late Late Show interview

The couple’s baby Emmeline passed away last year.

Gardaí issue appeal after teenager stabbed near Portmarnock Beach last night

Gardaí issue appeal after teenager stabbed near Portmarnock Beach last night

The incident took place at approximately 9.30pm.

Poll: Do you read political party manifestos before casting your vote? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you read political party manifestos before casting your vote?

The general election is just two weeks away.

'Famed for his stubbornness and acerbic wit, Seamus Mallon was never one to fall into line'

Mallon, the former Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister, passed away yesterday aged 83.

From The42 Ireland's young footballers and their 'dream' moves to England - the good, the bad and the ugly Decision Time

Ireland's young footballers and their 'dream' moves to England - the good, the bad and the ugly

David Sneyd talks to a player, a parent, an agent, and a head of recruitment about what goes into making the decision.

'People are afraid, people are anxious': Former Assistant Garda Commissioner sets out roadmap for Darndale's future

Jack Nolan’s report examining Darndale in North Dublin will be published in May.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

The first meeting of the Citizens' Assembly on gender equality is happening today

It will be the fifth assembly to convene since its establishment back in July 2016.

From The42 The making of Andy Farrell Wigan Warrior

The making of Andy Farrell

Joe Schmidt may be a hard act to follow but Ireland have chosen the right man.

'If someone goes under, call 999': Addiction expert warns about GHB after more overdoses

The drug has been making headlines after more overdoses last weekend and a high-profile rape case.

Teenager appears in court charged with killing of student Cameron Blair in Cork

The teenage boy was charged yesterday evening with the killing of 20-year-old Cameron Blair.

From The42 'People say now will you miss it? I don't think I will because I'm satisfied' - life after Tipp hurling James Barry

'People say now will you miss it? I don't think I will because I'm satisfied' - life after Tipp hurling

It’s new for James Barry to be watching on as Tipperary’s 2020 season commences.

How different are Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil really, based on their manifestos?

There are a lot of promises to the electorate over the 260+ combined pages in both manifestos.

Irish - Friday 24 January, 2020

Drugs worth €59,000 seized at Portlaoise Mail Centre

The illegal drugs were concealed in parcels originating in Ethiopia

Seamus Mallon, former Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister, has died aged 83

SDLP leader Colum Eastwood said Ireland has lost “one of its most fierce champions for justice, equality and peace”.

Neighbour tells trial he did not see anything strange on night Patricia O'Connor was allegedly murdered

The witness testified that the O’Connor family were very nice people as well as good neighbours.

Bodies of three children found at Dublin house

Gardaí are currently attending the scene of the incident at a house in Newcastle, Co Dublin.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

A tragic incident at a Dublin house, the death of Seamus Mallon, and the Essex lorry tragedy made the headlines today.

From The42 Who starts alongside Sexton? - Ireland's halfbacks for the Six Nations Depth Chart

Who starts alongside Sexton? - Ireland's halfbacks for the Six Nations

Conor Murray is under pressure from John Cooney and Luke McGrath at scrum-half.

'This is an appalling situation': Judge furious by delays in Miami Showband legal case

Mr Justice Paul Maguire gave lawyers two weeks to sort issues around disclosure of sensitive security documents.

Teenage boy charged with killing of student Cameron Blair in Cork

The 20-year-old student was fatally stabbed at a house party in Cork city last week.